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Things To Consider Before You KonMari Your Closet

I love the idea of spring cleaning. Back in Romania we frantically scrubbed every corner of the house, hauled heavy rugs outside to be aired, and spread generous amounts of lavender in closets and dresser drawers. More »

Today In Retail Therapy: Working Through Second Hand (Clothing) Bias

I am not going to lie, I love living on the Upper East Side. No, it’s not exactly sample sale heaven, but there are so many other benefits that make up for that. More »

EcoSessions : Crafting Connections

[ September 27, 2017; 3:00 am; ] FIT's Textile and Surface Design Department and New York Textile Month Present: EcoSessions : Crafting Connections More »

You Can Never Go Wrong With a Luxury Tee

And there is new name in town you should know about.  Frances de Lourdes is a new brand of luxury tees and tanks in ultra soft, lightweight Italian cashmere and silks. The collection, designed and produced in New York City by 36-year-old... More »

When Life Hands You Curveballs, Clean Up Your Space (Literally)

Life can get messy sometimes. Really messy. That dream job you interviewed for may not have panned out, you may feel like you're barely afloat where finances are concerned, your friendships could be in serious need of resuscitation, your family may... More »

Walk in Characters' Footsteps From These 3 Manhattan-Based TV Shows

Welcome to part two of our "walk in your favorite NYC characters' footsteps" series, where we give you the deets on popular TV show hangouts. We think it's a fun way to spend an afternoon -- or even a day -- and potentially makes for a great date... More »

How to Have Fun in Brooklyn? Walk in Your Favorite Characters' Footstep

Hitting NYC and want to walk in the footsteps of your favorite TV characters? Or maybe you're a resident looking for a new way to spend the afternoon? Why not! Visiting the hallowed stomping grounds of well-known TV characters makes for an eventful... More »

Here's How to Go Parisian for a Weekend in New York City

So you want to spend the day acting like a Parisian? Perhaps you’re a bit of a Francophile looking to sate your French tastes. Maybe you’re dying for a vacation, but a trip to Eiffel Tower is out of your budget. Or, even better yet, you’re... More »

How Well Do You Know New York City? A Ghost Subway Station

Opened in October of 1904 and closed in 1945, the City Hall subway stop has recently been opened again to the public. Visitors were able to check out the gorgeous tiles, stunning skylights, and original chandeliers of the preserved stop. The last... More »

CityShelf Lets New Yorkers Buy Books from Local Bookstores With Ease

NYC bibliophiles rejoice, for there's a new way to buy books in town. Meet CityShelf, a project launched in December that's "a combined search tool for eight of New York's indie bookstores." Read More... More »

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