Is your life unraveling? Wait, not your life—your sweater. Snags—and moths—happen. For those attached to an old favorite, Ron Moore is here to help.
How William d’Alton Mann blackmailed his way into creating one of New York City’s most parasitic gossip rags.
From elegant charity galas to edgy club parties, Alexandra Lind Rose’s Gala Productions has become the go-to event planner for Manhattan’s elites.
The New York chef’s glitzy Torrisi Bar & Restaurant is like the cocktail party you don’t want to leave.
The reimagined landmark NoMad mansion—NYC’s latest see-and-be-seen location—celebrates the louche opulence of The Gilded Age.
Whether tantric or quickie, missionary or kinky, here are DP’s hotel recommendations for every kind of assignation.
Can the talented team behind new downtown restaurant Guest New York turn an ill-fated street corner location into a hotspot worthy of a Michelin star? We’re betting they can.
Unlike the old/new money protagonists in HBO's The Gilded Age, NYC’s contemporary elite share their wealth more freely—to the city’s benefit.
E. B. White’s 1949 love story to the city that never sleeps seems as relevant and poignant today as it was nearly 75 years ago.
Is the recent influx of private clubs in Manhattan satisfying the wealthy New Yorker’s inner Anglophilia, or their need to cull the herd . . . or both?
Netflix has tarted up New York’s legendary movie theater, and the cinephiles are happy.
What inspires a NYC writer? Cheap booze, good gossip, sticky floors—and maybe just a bit of gloom.