Thanks to NYC Crying Guide, you can basically Yelp a good location to hideously sob outside. More
Because ghosts and ghouls are so passé. More
I never really smoked. I certainly don’t now that it’s banned pretty much everyplace in New York. In spite of that, when I smell smoke on someone’s clothing, I find myself almost immediately nostalgic. That man or woman strikes me as a last holdout of a bygone world, bravely flutter-kicking against any currents of change. I feel about them the way I might have felt happening upon someone making horsehoes in 1920. That is to say, I don’t miss cigarettes so much as I miss the culture that went with them. More
Not every rom-com can be as original as Say Anything. More
The lesson from all these holiday jewelry commercials? The lady in your life will put out big time. More
Also, everyone’s in favor of a Mean Girls musical, right? More
Unless you’re fortunate enough to live in Siberia or some other place far less populated than the majority of the “civilized” (and I use this word very loosely) world, you will have to deal with neighbors at some point in your life. More
Everyone seems to agree that the true identity of Holly Golighty, nee Lula Mae Barnes, is a great mystery, and that her true inspiration can never be known. Well, that was yesterday, this is today. I’m here to clear that up. More
We’re directing this to every single brunette woman living in New York City: you should totally live here because you’re just like Holly Golightly. More
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You won’t believe this previously unseen “before” shot of Audrey Hepburn in one of the most famous press stills from Breakfast At Tiffany’s: in which one draconian art director with a grease pencil deemed Hepburn’s legendary beauty not quite legendary enough. Yes, even women renowned the world for their unforgettable faces over have fine lines, stray hairs, even–gasp!–pores. More
Did you hear this one? Rumors are circulating that an adaptation of Candace Bushnell’s prequel novels to Sex and the City–The Carrie Diaries and Summer in the City–are in the works. No, the prequel won’t star the original ladies as heavily CGI-ed versions of themselves but rather some of Hollywood’s young starlets of the moment: Blake Lively as Samantha, Elizabeth Olsen as Carrie, Emma Roberts as Miranda, and Selena Gomez as Charlotte. More
This week for a special Hunger Games-themed Editors Debate, editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff argue Audrey Hepburn versus Marilyn Monroe, through the lens of body type and monkeys. More
Books/myths have a lot to offer fashion-wise for an entertainment that is almost entirely non-visual. Here are my top picks for fictional accessories, as well as some more realistic manifestations. More
The ratio, any single woman in New York will tell you, is off. There are just too many women vying for too few men. The competition is stiff. But where did all of these beautiful, driven single women come from? And why are they taking over New York?
Blame Hollywood. More