Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Publisher
Brett Yormark is the youngest CEO in the NBA—and when he gets the Nets to Brooklyn, he’ll also be the happiest.
The opening gala for the East Side House Settlement’s Winter Antiques Show attracts both décor connoisseurs and fun-loving philanthropists
Dance with the Sugar Plum Fairy and dine with the Candy Canes, all to support the School of American Ballet.
The Children’s Aid Society’s holiday fundraiser transforms Madison Avenue from a retail mecca into the road to success for the city’s neediest kids.
Unicef aims to eliminate preventable deaths in developing nations, one snowflake at a time.
Bulgari’s bejeweled past shines through in this ornate Art Deco-inspired clutch.
Sleek satin in midnight hues carries you through the New Year.
From red carpet to formal gala, black trimmed in gold is classic and chic.
Feminine bows are at the top of our list.
All the essentials for your most stylish holiday outings.
Skip the expected and go for a gift that will remind her of you every time she glances at her wrist. And you can do it at any price.
Remember, you’re not just giving a gift—you’re creating a memory.
Shrek the Musical is big on heart and even bigger on fun.
Two weeks in December are devoted to celebrations—that’s 336 potential hours of candlelight. Better stock up on some of these long-burning lovelies.
A sudden inspiration led one of Manhattan’s most successful real estate brokers, Jacky Teplitzky, straight to the top.
The young and restless East Village, the well-rounded Greenwich Village, the rough-around-the-edges Bowery, the refined Gramercy Park—Downtown’s most eclectic zip will grow on you.
When it comes to throwing parties and giving gifts, being eco-conscious is easier than you think.
Fifteen cast members, one hour to film them. We sat down with the current crop of SNL talent, and got their thoughts on SNL, potential skits for James Franco, and whether Adnan is guilty.