There’s nothing wrong with seeing life through rose-colored glasses. At least cityMANi, New York City’s recently established order-in manicure service, seems to agree. On October 14th, the company hosted an intimate pink-themed party at sideBAR to support breast cancer research (a portion of the evening’s proceeds were donated to the Susan G. Komen Greater NYC foundation).
It's hard to imagine growing up without schooling, but this is sadly a reality for many children in the Dominican Republic. To help aide in the effort to bring education to such poor communities in the Dominican Republic, the First Annual Future Influence Gala was created.
The gala will take place at Golf and Body NYC and will honor Richard “Big Daddy” Salgado for his many years of philanthropy, as well as benefit Ypaniola.org, a nonprofit organization that is supporting these educational initiatives. Join this first gala with confirmed attendees including Shawn Mayer,Prince Amukamara, Marvin Washington, Tiki Barber, Lawrence Taylor as well as other professional athletes, agents and coaches. There will also be a premium open bar featuring The Macallan, Brugal Rum, Snow Leopard Vodka and more. There will also be food served from top restaurants around NYC as well as a night of entertainment.
Justin Blau, the superstar producer and DJ known as 3LAU, has just released Dance Floor Filth 4, his fifth album in five years. Featuring a mashup of material from the likes of Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, Incubus, and others, this newest installment in his Dance Floor Filth compilation series can best be characterized as diverse and eclectic. It has something for everyone, with seven mixes/edits ranging from progressive to deep.
The critically-acclaimed artist has also made an impact in the world outside of music. DFF4, released in honor of the second school he's helped build, stands as testament to this. 3LAU has worked vigorously with the non-profit organization Pencils of Promise to promote progress in education in the developing world.
Get ready for a boozy adventure which also supports a great cause. Starting on October 10th, eight bars throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens will be featuring specialty cocktails created to support Chemo Comfort — an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for chemo patients. Running until October 19, this ten-day event will be known as Cocktails for Comfort.
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year, Kate Moss and Stella McCartney have teamed up to support the cause. With the beautiful Moss as the face of the campaign, McCartney proves charity is sexy with a line of eye-popping, fashionable, all-pink lingerie. Priced within a reasonable $40 to $80, all proceeds will be going to a new mammography suite at the Linda McCartney Centre.
The British designer’s mother, Linda McCartney, passed away from breast cancer at the age of 56, the impetus for McCartney’s steadfast will to raise awareness for the cause.
1.) If you love wine and want to donate to breast cancer research, this is the product for you! This year, a portion of the sales from Rabbit’s Original Corkscrew ($50) in Pink will be donated to Breast Cancer Research. The product features an automatic cork release, it pulls a cork in 3 seconds flat, it works on all bottle sizes and cork types, and there is a foil cutter and extra spiral included. Get your drink on and purchase one of these not only to donate to breast cancer research but to make your life a bit easier as well!
The Movement, which opened in May of this year, is taking Flatiron by storm with its innovative ideas about fitness and charity. When you decide to take one of the various body strengthening classes at The Movement, remember that you aren't just taking care of yourself, but you're helping anyone struggling with a brain tumor. The Movement donates $1 for each person in each of their classes to The National Brain Tumor Society, which is hard at work as well researching brain tumors and looking for a cure.
This past Friday night, international spectators from the Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex, gathered at the newly opened HAUS nightclub ( 285 W Broadway) for the Jumps For Hope fundraising event for the Equestrian Aid Foundation. The night was hosted by HAUS’ Margaret Horowitz and Kevin Crawford, as well as a committee of equestrians including Karen O’Conner, Nic Roldan, Nick Dello Joio, Jamie Krauss Hess and Jenny Oz LeRoy.
Now is your chance to emulate Ernest Hemmingway and run with the bulls and you don’t have to go to Pamplona, Spain to do so. 100 Montaditos presents its first annual Running of the Bulls right here in New York City, on Thursday, September 18th, in conjunction with the grand opening of their second location on Ludlow Street. All participants will meet up at 100 Montaditos’ Bleecker Street location (176 Bleecker St.) where they will be given red t-shirts in honor of the traditional red kerchiefs worn in Pamplona, Spain. The event will proceed for about one mile over to the new eatery at 177 Ludlow St. Led by a bull-rigged Harley Davidson and several other faux bulls, participants will run, walk or stroll to the Ludlow Street finish line where their efforts will be rewarded with a two-hour party featuring 100 Montaditos signature tapas-sized rolls and an open bar. 100 Montaditos strongly encourages early registration to be a part of this New York twist on the 14th century-Spanish festival for an evening of excitement, food and drink all while helping combat hunger in New York City.
Love golf? Love food? Love supporting the fight against breast cancer? Then this charity event is for you. On Tuesday, September 23rd, Cristie Kerr, 16-time LPGA champion, and Suzanne Pride Bryan of Pride Mountain Vinyards will be hosting a delicious dinner you won’t want to miss. The dinner will be held at Strip House Midtown to benefit Birdies for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization that focuses its efforts on breast health awareness and raising money for breast cancer research. Since its start, Birdies for Breast Cancer, has raised over $3 million dollars.
New York Fashion Week has arrived, and with it comes a frenzy of style-centered events and parties that draw crowds from all over for a chance to participate. Given the incredible number of happenings taking place between September 4th and September 11th, it’s easy to lose sight of important calendar dates and agenda items, particularly those that aren’t feature on the NYFW schedule. As Fashion Week comes to a close, MTV has teamed up with the Hope For Them Foundation and Founder Mike Jean to host a fabulous fashion benefit on Thursday, September 11th. The “Fashion For Charity Special Tribute” is intended to engage the public with helping the foundation in its endeavors to support those in need in a fun and festive format. What better way than a convivial night of collective consciousness to demonstrate that it's possible to fuse fashion and philanthropy?