Art Meets Fashion Meets Celebrities
Grim and unsettling, Gimme Shelter is a social tract about the benefits of getting into the homeless shelter game.
The Eight-Day Week
Jamison Ernest is not your typical fashion designer. He’s one of Angels and Kings’s owners, founder of Brooklyn Beats Records and an actor. He also recently raised, according to his own estimate, more than $100,000 in a Kickstarter campaign for his first gallery exhibition. That’s quite a feat for an artist who’s never before shown Read More
Escape the sizzling, sweltering streets at the grand opening of the Watermark Bar, where there will be booze-infused snow cones, music by deejay/model/girl-about-town Cory Kennedy and guests like Rosario Dawson. Right next door to the South Street Seaport, Watermark’s 3,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor space on the East River’s Pier 15 boast a Read More
While the Met was swarmed by A-listers Monday night, we only heard news about Beyonce‘s dress this morning. Upstaged by the attendance of Tim Tebow, these celebrities dispersed to three locations the Met in order to fully dance away the pain: the Ukrainian Institute of America, the Boom Boom Room, and Crown all hosted parties that were hit up by roaming models, actors, and musicians.
Despite an incredibly mawkish trailer, we’re highly intrigued by Will Smith’s latest sure-to-be hit, Seven Pounds. What is the deal with this movie? A month away from its release and we know scarcely anything about it. We were hoping for some answers when Mr. Smith and his co-star Rosario Dawson appeared with Read More
We learned a long time ago to always, always take Will Smith seriously. The man can do anything – fight aliens or zombies, be Ali, love German shepherds, etc. Mr. Smith is on a winning streak: last year I Am Legend made a truckload of money. Ditto last summer’s Hancock (which we maintain Read More
No fewer than 20 Arden Wohl-esque headbands were spotted at the Whitney Museum’s Art Party on Wednesday, June 6. The evening’s dress code was, after all, “hippie chic,” in honor of the museum’s current exhibition, “Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era.”
Socialite Genevieve Jones looked beautiful in her daisy headband. Man about town Read More
The Transom bit off more than it could chew this week–check its beard growth level for proof (Shaving? When?)–so it’s been a bit quiet around these parts. (Also, blame Brokeback Mountain.)
However, now in the quiet lull of a Thursday evening, a couple things must be shared:
· The Transom must point out Read More