On Tuesday, December 17, 2013, Giorgio Armani and Paramount Pictures Presented the US Premiere of THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
The running time is a wee bit too long, but this Scorsese film hits high on Shindigger’s must-see films of the year.
You’ll laugh at its lewd and blunt humor, you’ll gasp at the drug abuse and Read More
“It’s a silent movie so run out the door now if you want,” Mr. Weinstein said before the movie began. Read More
On November 5th, artist José Carlos Casado created a special video installation in collaboration with the singer/rapper M.I.A. as part of an exclusive Soho House launch of her new album, Matangi.
Revelers hit the bar (and dance floor) hard at The 1896 Studio in Brooklyn as a collection of DJs and M.I.A. performed until the wee hours Read More
Patricia Wescoat Pound‘s clothing designs have been described by one fashion critic as a “hybrid of Hippie/Gypsy/Couture/Nomad style—and overall Rocker-Chic.” We confess that we have scant understanding of the distinction between Hippie and Gypsy style, nor can we much discern what distinguishes Nomad from Hippie, or Gypsy from Nomad. What we are sure of, however, is that Joshua and Stacey Rubinger cannot be described as having a nomadic style given that they recently shelled out $1.6 million for Ms. Pound’s three-bedroom Lennox Hill co-op at 301 East 62nd Street, according to city records. (And they must have been very eager to get it, paying $105,000 more than the ask.)
When Bob Kissane—president of the fund development and strategic consulting firm Community Counseling Services—acquired a $2.1 million 9th-floor co-op at 336 Central Park West in 2004, he seems to have felt less than satisfied.
Women Without Men
All you creative young things eager to make it in the big city, Patti Smith has a suggestion: get out.
“New York has closed itself off to the young and struggling,” Ms. Smith said. “New York City has been taken away from you … So my advice is: Find a new city.” She Read More
In a noisy Soho cafe, near the loft that she shares with her husband, artist Shirin Neshat mused on fame, art and the tempestuous gulf between America and her native-born Iran. Her first feature film-after 20 years of art videos-opens Friday, May 14, at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and at the Quad Read More