“It was a little different this year, because everything about this year is different,” Time magazine managing editor Nancy Gibbs said.
“I was also invited to see Bette Midler in the opening of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ tonight — I really struggled,” joked the former Secretary of State.
Zhang Xin, Susan Wojcicki and others discuss equality at Women in the World New York Summit.
On April 28, Huffington will open an exhibition at Rebecca Minkoff’s gallery adjacent to the designer’s Melrose Avenue store. The artist has another show opening May 3 at Anastasia Photo on the Lower East Side about women and politics.
Traces of the Polaroid story can be found at the MIT Museum’s “Polaroid’s Invention of Instant Photography.”
Media, fashion and entertainment power players came out to the Hearst 100 lunch at Michael’s.
The New York Times senior editor will fill the spot left by Arianna Huffington.
Also heard at Business Insider’s Ignition conference: Arianna Huffington wants Donald Trump to get some sleep.
Murad will today host its first Connected Beauty Summit in New York.
At a TechCrunch Disrupt talk, AOL chief executive officer Tim Armstrong and Verizon executive vice president Marni Walden addressed the recent acquisition of Yahoo and controversy at the Huffington Post.
Huffington is promoting the importance of sleep.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Donna Karan, Beth DeWoody and Arianna Huffington were honored for their work in performance, design and fostering social change.