Exclusivity is part of life. One need only harken back to the clique-ish social webs of their youth to recall the fickle nature of social interaction. Gaining admittance is a rite of passage of sorts—a bildungsroman of the social strata—that requires one to leave their humble beginnings in hopes of grander pastures.
Cracking into the mercurial night scene is no different. As is the wont of life, the most enticing offers always lie behind gilded, heavily muscled doors. The velvet rope acts as a line demarcating the fashionable from the socially inept—the “in crowd” from the spectators. Are we all doomed to repeat the tortures of adolescence, like some cosmic form of social purgatory? The answer is “No”—there is hope!
Jersey people know where to go if they want to experience a crazy costume party : Casbah bightclub in Atlantic City. First you can have a lot of fun, dancing on famous DJs sets.
Here's the line up :
DJ Eddie Edge is one of Atlantic City's most well known DJ's.
DJ Vito G, WILD 102.7fm's live DJ from their "Drive at Five".
DJ's Yan & Alex are known as Philadelphia's premiere "House" music DJ's.
MC Ringo is the most popular MC at the Jersey shore.
There will also be a performance by the LA's electro-pop duo named The Cataracts. Remember "Fly like a G6" and "Top of the world" ?
There's been a lot of buzz around town about the film that has been labeled "the movie that defines the decade." The Social Network got my wheels turning about the future of media, where we stand now as an industry, and, moving forward, what my responsibility as editor is to you. As we move forward into the most important season in nightlife, I want you to know that I have heard your collective voice and I promise to deliver to you the stories of the people who make our world what it is. You have told me through your interest in our interviews with notables in the nightlife community that you want to hear personal accounts from the mouths of the people who open the velvet rope for you every night of the week here in New York. So, look forward to some witty remarks, inside stories, and an exclusive look at the elite in the nightlife community.
The Roman forum it is not. In ancient times, the forum was a place everyone could come into. Don't expect XIX to be as inviting. Fitting into the upper echelons of New York nightlife, XIX will soon become the one of the most celebrity infused and intimate gathering spots this side of Rome. Find your way into the deep red corners of this new A-List nightclub for some of the hottest DJs in New York City.
"Great music + inspired creativity equals a happy crowd." That's the motto behind DJ Mick Boogie, a New York-based artist that is climbing the ladder and has become one of the most sought-after deejays in the world, playing in dozens of different countries. On top of being a mixtape artists, Mick has also performed for events hosted by people and companies from Jay-Z to to Nike. Check out the exclusive interview below.
There's already an innate sex appeal to hotels. In New York City, some of the best nightclubs in the world are encased in the most elegant and ornate hotels, offering a unique glimpse into the nightlife culture. Check out our top three picks for hotel nightclubs!
You're at the end of the night. You've spent too much money at the bar and you're single in New York. If you want your Sex and The City dreams to come true, stick around these three clubs as the bar closes to meet your prince(ss) for a goodnight kiss.
289 10th Ave
New York, NY 10001
Marquee is one West Chelsea club that couples high-class clientele with long term success. For five years, the impeccably dressed doorman, Wass, has maintained the ultra-lounge’s integrity, thus making it a fixture in the lives of Manhattan’s party elite. Rubbing elbows with models and celebrities is not an anomaly, but a guarantee. Bottle service is the norm and single men: be ready to cough up serious dough if you want to party like a rock star. The main dance floor on the bottom floor is so small that most club goers take to the couches to get their groove on. House and techno beats blare until 5 am. The intimate atmosphere of Marquee gets the blood flowing and is the perfect setting for a goodnight kiss.
While our Glam Damn It team will be giving you the latest scoop from the runways, we at SceneTracker will deliever the low-down on where the party is. We are already itching for the open bars, celeb sightings and other awesomeness that takes place during fashion week. Here are my predictions for where some of the biggest and best parties will be held.
It almost goes without saying that the uber exclusive Standard Hotel's Boom Boom Room, where Marc Jacobs held his extravagant bash for his latest Fall/Winter 2010 collection will host another highly exclusive shin-dig this September. Stiletto clad bombshells, and skinny jeaned hipsters will definitely make appearances at the Gansevort Hotel's Provocatuer and no doubt will something amazing will be brewing atop of their newest Park Ave location at Plunge Lounge. The ultra-stylish and notoriously cool Ace Hotel will be a contender. And please believe The Donald will have some involvement in this season's events, so Trump SoHo's Kastel and rooftop lounge Bar d'Eau will be on the list. Fashion insiders' old time favs Tribeca and SoHo Grand are sure to be in the mix as well.