Peruvian cuisine is in its renaissance and we have been loving every second of it
Last night PUBLIC celebrated Halloween with a Project Zero party Neptune’s Nightmare at their underground club. All night long guests were treated to beats from Alexandra Richards, Aku + Niks, and The Muses.
The party had attendees transported into the ultimate oceanic dance party. Hosts of the party where Michele Clarke, Bob Barrett, Tyler Burrow, Mei Kwok, Peter Davis, Dianne Brill, Charlotte Kemp Muhl, Dustin Pittman, Ben Pundole, Sophie Sumner, Liz Vap & Tyrone Wood.
Notable attendees included Troy Hawke, Drew Jessup, Trevor Sumner, Ted Hildner, Lauren Corcoran, Alexa Dark, Travis Cronin, Indira Cesarine, Lo’renzo Hill White, Dustin Pittman, Xeina Alkahina, Caio Morbin, Mauro Finatti, Derek Kettela,
photographer Jesse Frohman, designers Vin + Omi, Jill Stuart and Ric Pipino and Andrea Piecuch (Miss Universe US Virgin Islands), and Andrea Piecuch.
The spooky affair also was a special night to benefit Project Zero. The organization has set out to secure a global network of ocean sanctuaries to provide resilience to the devastating effects of the climate crisis. Stretching from Antarctica to the Bering Strait, and mapped out by the world’s leading marine scientists, this global network of projects will be able to restore our ocean’s health, and set us on a sustainable path.
Like national parks in the water, each ocean sanctuary is a place where no one can drill, mine, fish or pollute to allow the ocean regain its power to mitigate the effects of climate change. In an explosion of biodiversity, fishes and invertebrates in ocean sanctuaries reproduce and grow to full size; this biodiversity is critical to the carbon cycle. Fish and their larvae immigrate to other areas of the ocean, securing a global food source that over a billion people rely on daily.
Each ocean sanctuary is a pearl in the global strand, each with its own unique characteristics, management plan and team on the ground; each requires many of the same processes and funding as their land-based counterparts.
Photos by Miguel McSongwe @ BFA
The first Manhattan outpost for House of Yes is the perfect place to get some dancing done in an opulent, performance-filled atmosphere.
Raise your glasses to summer.
Season 2 of TBS’ ‘Search Party’ drops November 19, leaving a group of self-absorbed millennials, dealing with the aftermath of a murder from their hands. This hilarious crime show starts off with Dory (Alia Shawkat), who became so obsessed with finding a missing former classmate Chantal (Clare McNulty) that she ended up bringing blood to her own hands. It turns out real life is not a mystery like the ones we read in the books.
As you descend into the stairway underground following the melodies of a swoon-y voice over electric pop tunes, you were then face to face with POPSHOP.
This week, Clase Azul reigned in the hot weather with their 20th Anniversary celebration at NYC’s new PUBLIC Hotel.