Not all of us are lucky enough to have friends gift you with a tree. For the rest of us, speedy-taxi app, Uber, partners with Home Depot, to deliver 8-foot trees to your apartment for $135, today only.
Since we all know that New Yorkers love standing in line for the next big thing, the New York Times shouldn’t be so surprised that people stand in line all day for just 45 seconds in Yayoi Kusama’s bubbly and colorful version of the afterlife at Chelsea’s David Zwirner gallery. Mirrored walls and 75 LED lights enhance the (very trendy) immersive installation, but you can probably manage the same effect by smoking lots of weed.
Everything’s coming together so hipster-perfect in Williamsburg, especially at the Wythe Hotel, the official mark of full-circle hipsterdom commodification. It’s the mainstream scene-y spot to go get drinks, have dinner at Reynards and now there’s shopping too.
The first of many rotating outposts, the pop-up shop by Caron Callahan opened in September and closes December 28. The fashion designer sells her own designs, collaborations, books, beauty, gifts and super indie-artsy accessories, obviously. She has a sexy fashion blog too.
Today’s NY Times reported on the actress Charlene deGuzman’s viral hit on YouTube that’s already been viewed about 18 million times. So for everyone sitting in silence this long weekend with their closest friends playing Candy Crush, logging into FB or sex apps, seems there’s always a jackass too busy to savor the moment.
For the first time EVER the Moonman award will be handed out at the Barclay’s Center in downtown Brooklyn. Check out the newly re-designed statue by the Williamsburg-based artist, KAWS, and expect lots of BK praise tonight featuring hip-hop b-boys, skinny-jean-wearing hipsters and Katy Perry from under the Brooklyn Bridge.
Since New Yorker’s love a gimmick, especially one with wheels, you know that this Meatpacking district pop-up shoe truck will be a runaway hit. Soludos selling summer espadrilles and beach wraps out of a vintage Citroen van by the Hudson River means no reason to be caught dead wearing flip flops in the City.