Tuesday night, Pop star Miley Cyrus, and Talk show host Andy Cohen were honored at the 6th annual amfAR Inspiration Gala. The two were honored for their work in the fight against AIDS. Anderson Cooper, a long time friend of Andy Cohen, hosted the star-studded event. The event featured; a fashion show that was centered around men’s style, and a musical performance by the legendary Mary J. Blige.
When we viewed the Idan Cohen show back in February, we were dazzled by the beautiful intricacy of his work. Apparently, the stylists over at Cosmopolitan were too, since their July cover girl, Nicki Minaj, dazzled in a crystallized body suit from his RTW collection. Mr. Cohen debuted his designs for the first time at New York Fashion Week in February. We have no doubt it will not be his last. As time ticks down to September, we cannot wait to see what Idan Cohen has in store for us with his S/S 2016 Collection.
If you would like to view more of Idan Cohen’s A/W 2015 collection, watch the video below. Courtesy
of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week YouTube Channel:
The Council of Fashion Designers of America held its annual CFDA Awards on Monday evening at New York’s AliceTully Hall in Lincoln Center. Despite the rain, the stars still shined as fashion’s royalty came out to celebrate and acknowledge the best of the industry.
New York City International Film Festival
Announces Schedules and Films
April 30 to May 7, 2015
|NYC, NY – 4/8/15 – The 6th Annual New York City International Film Festival will kick off with an Opening Gala, Red Carpet Black Tie event at the DGA Theatre,110 West 57th Street, New York, NY. It will be followed by the North American Premiere of Phantom Halo, a film from USA, directed by Antonia Bodganovich. Also in attendance will be Peter Bodganovich, and the following cast members; Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Rebecca Romijn.
For 2015, NYCIFF is proud to introduce its major sponsor AirBNB. A special award for The Best International Feature Film will be sponsored and presented by AirBNB at the close of the Film Festival.
This year, the NYCIFF has an excellent line-up of films, with over 100 selections, including shorts, full-length features and documentaries from the USA and 27 countries around the world. Once again providing filmmakers with an opportunity to have their World or North American Premiere presented in New York City.
Every evening throughout the festival there will be a red carpet event, to promote a selected film in order to introduce it to the press and media. Each event will include photo opportunities on the step & repeat with members of the cast and crew of the film to delight the audience.
On Friday May 1st, NYCIFF will present an exclusive VIP red carpet event at the DGA theatre to introduce, William Shatner who will be presenting his film, Chaos on the Bridge, followed by a special Star Trek Q&A.
The 4rd Annual LATINO FILM DAY will be held In TIMES SQUARE (Father Dufy Sq.) on Tuesday, May 5 (CINCO DE MAYO). NYCIFF will screen the best films from Latin America. At 6:00 pm there will be a red carpet event for the press and media, including a reception until 7:30 PM, followed by the screening at8PM.
The Closing Gala Awards night will take place on May 7th at The Regal Cinema Union Square, New York City, and will include a presentation of Awards in all categories of Shorts and Feature films. For tickets and schedule information, visit the website at www.nyciff.com
NEW YORK – March 31, 2015 – More than 450 fashion industry leaders gathered tonight at the Fashion 2.0 Awards ceremony and reception, celebrating the intersection of fashion brand marketing and digital innovation. This black-tie affair feted legendary designer Sam Edelman offering a keynote dedicated to the ever-growing role of digital media in the business of fashion. TV personality Robert Verdi hosted the evening’s events offering his humorous insight into today’s trends. The public votes tallied and it’s been declared that Rebecca Minkoff was the top winner of the night, for the first time since the awards inception being the only brand to take home two awards Best Interactive Retail and Top Innovator. Other winning brands included Dior, H&M, Opening Ceremony, Kate Spade, Net-A-Porter, Dressember, Under Armour, Marc Jacobs and Tory Burch. Cosmic Cart won the Best fashion Startup Award; the founders of BaubleBar Amy Jain and Daniella Yacobovsky were honored with the 2015 Visionary Award.
In an exclusive interview with Refinery 29, artist and model Tali Lennox tells of her rise in the art world as well as being the daughter of a famous celebrity.
Being a child of a celebrity can be a curse rather than a blessing. Will people take you seriously? Will anyone believe that hard work — and not familial connections — is responsible for your success? Is it possible to become a recognized figure for your own talent when your mother is one of the world’s most powerful musicians?
While everyone on the east coast was wishing for the last cold snap of the winter season to move on, the eye wear impresario to the stars, Stevie Boi was heating up the streets of the Crescent city with the debut of his line “CR3AM”. Complete with his signature eye wear, his street-chic line of two piece printed joggers, mini dresses, and shorts brought the heat of summer as his models strutted down the runway.
The 20th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards was held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles California on January 15, 2015. The show was hosted by former NFL star and tv talk show host Michael Strahan. Boyhood’ is Critics’ Choice for Best Picture, which won four awards. Actor Ethan Hawke with the Best Picture award, director Richard Linklater won for best director, actor Ellar Coltrane with the Best Young Actor/Actress award and actress Patricia Arquette with the Best Supporting Actress award for the film.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and American television of 2014, was broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on January 11, 2015, by NBC. The award show was hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the third consecutive and final time.
There were many films with multiple nominations, with the top films being Birdman with seven nominations. Boyhood and The Imitation Game were both nominated with five. Gone Girl, Selma, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Theory of Everything were each given four nominations as well. In the end it was Boyhood with three golden globes. Birdman and The Theory of Everything walking away with two of the globes each.