Paul Simon, “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner, “Brain Pickings” founder Maria Popova and Regina Spektor helped the Academy of American Poets celebrate verse at Lincoln Center.
Australian artist Amanda Parer’s oversize illuminated rabbits are meant to be a reminder of our mismanagement of the environment.
William Norwich will celebrate the debut of his novel “My Mrs. Brown” at Oscar de la Renta Thursday night and at a private lunch at Casa Lever Monday.
American artist Barbara Kruger has created a new mural that will painted on the exterior wall of a West 22nd Street building.
Hubert de Givenchy’s vast and artistic life is the subject of a new documentary that will be shown for the first time in New York on Friday.
Eric Rothman, manager of Heather Thomson’s Yummie brand, strikes back in response to their ongoing legal dispute.
During a 50-year career, Anthony Muto mentored scores of young designers and dressed three American First Ladies.
International designers striving to practice any of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals will be the focus of Fashion 4 Development’s new mentoring program ModaCares.
The Paris Review gears up for a reading of its new anthology by lining up Greta Gerwig and other actresses.
Over-the-top creations from Thierry Mugler, Leigh Bowery, Vivienne Westwood, Mr. Pearl, Alexander McQueen and many others are on view through December 5.
Both Travel + Leisure and People will unveil new e-commerce initiatives this week.
Alcohol is said to have played a factor in the deadly accident.
The only Scandinavian to present annually at Paris Fashion Week, the 43-year-old is notorious for performance shows that reflect his roots in music and fine art.