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In the Studio with Luke Diiorio

There is a meditative sobriety to the work of New York-based artist Luke Diiorio. In subtle shades–Hershey bar brown, blush pink, dust gray, to name a few–his work often relies on a simple, intellectual architecture, its immediate depth and complexity hidden from view. It never screams or shouts. The...

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Cara Stricker’s SIXTY SoHo Sleepover

What would you do if you had the penthouse suite of SIXTY SoHo all to yourself? We put photographer Cara Stricker to the task to find out. Armed with a camera, some records, and cohorts Alexandra Marzella, Julia Baylis, and Holland Brown, Stricker paints an amber-soaked picture of a night...

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An Interview with Carly Foulkes

Carly Foulkes is stunning. But this isn’t news. The genetically blessed Canadian model was described once as “the perfect brunette.” A grand compliment sure, but hardly the sum of her parts. Case in point: Surrounded by friends earlier this year in the back room at Bar Marmont, the woman...

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Block Party: Red Hook

Blooming flowers and the proliferation of shorts means it’s now safe to head outdoors and embark upon the first of many warm weather adventures. While Brooklyn’s Red Hook presents some challenges during the winter months (a lacking of transportation contributes to both the atmosphere of an untouched enclave as...

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The Interrogator with Zara Martin

These days, being a multi-hyphenate is simply part of the game, where young men and women carve a space for themselves as well-branded and well-dressed quadruple threats. Their talents and interests span outward, expanding and limitless. Case in point: Zara Martin. The model and TV host works double duty, posting...

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A Kayture Guide to Shopping in LA and NYC

Leave it to the globetrotters to know where the best spots to shop are. Jetsetting the world over, Kristina Bazan, the young woman behind the popular fashion blog Kayture, cultivates and refines her taste with every trip, finding the best shops and stores in between meetings and sidewalk snaps....

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In the Studio with B. Thom Stevenson

Brooklyn-based artist B. Thom Stevenson trades in appropriation, altering the visual languages of the past to create something new. With a swath of paint and an airbrush compressor, he manipulates everything from No Fear slogans to pre-Internet punk flyers. His neo-pop expressionist works are a purposeful cultural blasphemy where...

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The Interrogator with Restaurateur John McDonald

From the below-the-decks sheen of Lure Fishbar to the swank ‘70s influences of El Toro Blanco, restaurateur John McDonald creates unique, 360 atmospheres that elevate the dining experience. They are specific without kitsch, well-designed but never heavy-handed. Luxurious and refined, McDonald provides Manhattan with the types of places where...

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7 Must-Sees at the Tribeca Film Festival

If the downtown hotels packed with celebrities and cinefiles are any indication, Tribeca Film Fest is upon us again. In its 14th year, the Manhattan movie-going set is about to have its fill of socially minded documentaries, indie sleeper hits, and more. The schedule–running April 15th through the 26th–is...

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The Interrogator with Elisa Marshall and Ben Sormonte

Elisa Marshall and Ben Sormonte are a team in practically every sense of the word. Partners in love and business, the charming couple are the pair behind SoHo’s chicest new bakery, Maman. A light and airy space where the brioche and chouquettes runneth over, the cafe and bakery offers...

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