As always, the Fashion Week place to be was the Blonds show at Milk Studios, where a glitzy crowd thrilled to the array of bouncy bodices laced with stars, beads, flowers, and other adorable adornments. The models tended to look like walking chandeliers, strutting lipstick tubes, and other enviable ... More >>
It was all so fashion-tabulous, with some very surprising shades and textures. Feast your eyes.
The Glammy Awards are Cherry Jubilee's gala tribute to promoters, comics, drag queens, bartenders, gogo boys, and bloggers. But the Glammys deserves an award of their own for the annual Aaron Cobbett shot of the previous year's winners decked out in a zingy color theme as only the club crowd ... More >>
A tour of Fire Island, the Hamptons, the anti-Hamptons. All nice. Now it's back to Murray Hill.
Photo: Papermag.comLast night at the Gansevoort Park Avenue, Amanda's Penthouse debuted as a weekly bash, hosted by Joey Israel and Kenny Kenny and featuring world famous transsexual entertainer Amanda Lepore. The party attracted a colorful mix of New York's zaniest. But there's one less pr ... More >>
Out of Nashville, out in New York
It's a long weekend! (Really long, hopefully.) To celebrate, we decided to give you a full week's worth of nightlife options, dance-music-oriented and otherwise: Our recommended picks for each day of the week feature some established parties, some underrated gems, and a few one-off shows, all ... More >>
Awardsthey're a girl thing. Mostly, anyway, but the shows are bitchin'
Big, lavish complex planned—hotel, dance club, spa. Y'all come!
Geronimo puts the go back in go-go. We talk about it.
The Addams Family: ghoulish turns into goulash. Get it?At least other nightlife isn't such torture.
Plus Abe Lincoln's logs and more than 15 minutes at Warhol's birthday party.
Cazwell's 20-minute bashes.
Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson. Harlem, the world. Greg Tate. Michael Jackson. Bed-Stuy. Jean Grae. Michael Jackson. Gary, Indiana. Jessica Hopper. The Village Voice Michael Jackson Archives. We all know about the Albany Coup and how bad it makes everyone look. But who really benefited ... More >>
Actually, I never even leave my seat at intermission.
Our first lady may have some controversial sartorial taste, but at least she goes for bold designers who are one of us, if you know what I mean. Gone are the uptown days of Oscar de la Whatshisname and Arnold Isaacs-spelt-backwards. Michelle favors kooky clothiers like the different-drum-following ... More >>
A Q&A before he brings Bush to Broadway.
Down in the East Village for a more intimate big-shot nightlife soirée
Le Royale offers raucous parties and actually lets you in the door to enjoy them
Whereand howmen party in this town
Announcing the first (and possibly last) edition of the Fly Life Nightlife Awards
For New Yorkers there's no place like home, of course, but the U.K. can come awfully close
Tales of fatigue, confusion, and humility from the runways and celeb-choked after-parties
How the boldfaced and the beautiful spent their summer vacations
The finest Ass in New York sashays through Mr. Black
And the beat goes 'round, and everything old is new again
Hedwig's big day; the Cock and the Hole and other tales
Thrift Shopping in Williamsburg
The Spring 2000 Fashion Shows
Beyond Style at Fashion Week