“This party is the tits!” someone yelled last week inside Richie Notar’s new Midtown glamor spot, Harlow. Shindigger had to agree, although more appropriate expressions did come to mind, considering it followed a screening of the family-friendly film Oz the Great and Powerful presented by the Cinema Society and Gucci.
“Oh I love The Observer — it comes on pink paper!” said Carson Kressley, best known as the fashion expert on Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. He was standing toward the back of the marble ballroom of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, on the Upper East Side at this year’s Couture Council Read More
“Puppies, clothes, and cute guys, basically it’s everything I love!” said Carson Kressley, assessing the GQ-Humane Society benefit for the Stop Puppy Mills campaign, held at the Morgan Hotel penthouse on Wednesday, July 22.
TV personality Beth Ostrosky and actors Josh Lucas, Mark Indelicato, and Sara Paxton were all there to examine NSF designer Nick Read More
Putting well-known names on invitations and tip sheets is a standard way of publicizing a charity event in New York. The promise of clinking glasses with an actor or a socialite brings out a larger crowd to bid on whatever is being auctioned off, and ultimately brings in more money for the cause. Everybody wins. Read More
Cyndi Lauper is bringing her True Colors to Radio City Music Hall on June 1 (and to Jones Beach on June 3), along with fellow new wavers the B-52s, Rosie O’Donnell, and the Indigo Girls, in a Logo channel-sponsored benefit for the LGBT lobbying organization the Human Rights Campaign. Icing on Read More
We just spoke with Shanna Moakler, the 32-year-old actress and former Miss U.S.A. Earlier this week, we were pleasantly flabbergasted by her new fabulously bizarre CW reality show, Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants. Ms. Moakler—whose rocky-road relationship with her husband, the Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, was the subject of an MTV show Read More
O.M.G.!—is all there is to say about the new CW show Crowned. For those unfortunate enough to miss the series premiere last night, we’ve included a clip that offers a tiny taste. The flavor? Reminiscent of frozen burgers kept in a Ziplock bag, like those prized by one of the show’s contestants, who keeps Read More
Does anyone remember when the subways were able to run even in the event of rain? Could it possibly be, like the Jake Gyllenhaal movie warned us, that the weather is getting worse, or are we just remembering the past through rose-tinted goggles, like when a latte cost less than $4, we Read More
Queen of the Queer Eyes; the blond; Bravo!
On July 14, five nattily dressed fellows walked down the steps to the Chelsea Hotel’s subterranean bar, Serena, where they were being fêted for the premiere of their new show, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy , on the Bravo cable network. Clad in black suits with Read More
Highly strung homosexuals have got to be stopped! They are terrorizing the mainstream males of Manhattan. The Queer Eye phenomenon has given carte blanche to every boutique salesperson, hairdresser and style guru-call them the lay gay-to “transform” any dopey hetero who happens to wander into their field of vision. The more these wannabes inflict their Read More