There's an app for just about everything. We know this. But what about a magazine app that doesn't duplicate content from its print version or web site? BULLETT magazine's new iPad app is all extra content, multimedia, and the general outside-of-the-box thinking we love. Featuring the likes of Tracy Morgan, Alicia Silverstone, and Pamela Love, you can bet we're downloading for our holiday travel reading. (BULLETT)
"Hey, wouldn't it be great if Seamless delivered booze?" We know you've had that conversation with your friend/roommate/cat. And lucky for you, Booze Carriage has heard your less-than-sober prayers and is now a real-life, delivered in 30-60 minutes alcohol service. And, it's free. Proof positive that you can get just about anything at your doorstep in New York. (Booze Carriage)
And today in collabs worthy of obsessing over, Clover Canyon and Scoop NYC have launched a limited-edition collection in partnership with Alexandra Grant and LA ART. The collection is exclusively at the Shore Club Hotel for Art Basel and will later sell at Scoop NYC and Clover Canyon. Check it out! (Clover Canyon)
Holiday season is prime time for the essential work-to-play outfit, and there's no better authority on making the transition from 9-to-it's-5-o'clock-somewhere than our own Kristian Laliberte. Check out his tips in the New York Times! (NYT)
Online shopping is the New Yorker's answer to avoiding the holiday crowds, and Vaunte is our new favorite e-tailer. With an interactive community aspect and editorial goodness, Vaunte has made luxury shopping in your pajamas a reality. And, because we're always looking to hook you up, you can shop Vaunte before everyone else. Happy Friday, dear reader. (Vaunte)
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