The Vintage Twin is hosting a 3-day pop up shop starting tomorrow, Tuesday December 11th through Thursday, December 9th. Whatever your budget, The Vintage Twin will help you find one-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on your list and even better, 10% of all sales proceeds will benefit Hurricane Sandy relief. Shoppers will enjoying digging for hidden treasures like reworked vintage apparel and accessories while enjoying pop chips and vita coco.
45 E 34th St. (between Park and Madison) 3rd floor Tuesday, Dec 11th 5 – 10 pm; Wednesday, December 12th 12- 9 pm; Thursday, December 13th 12 – 9 pm.
Join young philanthropists at Lavo on May 30th for Gabrielle's Angel Foundation 'Millenial Ball' to benefit cancer research. The mission of the evening is "motivating young people to be more aware of blood-related cancers and the importance of funding cancer research. [The] event is part of a broader campaign to drive a movement among Generation Y youths to take action towards ending cancer." The night will kick off at 8pm with and open bar courtesy of Voli Vodka and Azunia Tequila. Behind the decks will be DJ Chachi with guest appearances by Nick Hissom, Natascha Bessez, and a Special Guest DJ (We love surprises!).
Last night, BlackBook Magazine celebrated their milestone 15th birthday. That's fifteen years of blazing trails and featuring killer covers with a-list talent. A huge feat for a publication that has made it through the .com crash, recession and are still going strong. The festivities were held at the new Dream Downtown's PH-D rooftop lounge. The evening was sponsored by Tequila Don Julio and Heineken and featured music by Neon Indian and Das Racist. Special guests (outside of the birthday boys and girls) included Alexander Skarsgard, Kristin Bauer (True Blood), James Ransone (The Wire) and Estelle. The giftbags were stuffed with all sorts of goodies from Armani, Elizabeth Arden and Swarovski. Pop Chips (as usual) were also included. (Is it me or are Pop Chips taking over the world?)