We're already totally obsessed with Fun., so we're loving the band's six Grammy nominations. But, we're even happier that they were featured in this GQ editorial, because now we've got some really great options for a new computer background. (GQ)
Anthropologie is our go-to shop for all things ultra-pretty and nature-inspired, which is why artist Vanja Bazdulj's pieces make the perfect addition to the store. Her pots and chandeliers are made with vibrant colors and tactile materials, and they've got us dreaming up major decor ideas. Check out Bazdulj's exhibit at the Anthropologie gallery until April 17 at 50 Rockefeller Plaza. (Anthropologie)
Cooking's not your strong suit, your favorite restaurants are booked, and you really want a delicious Valentine's Day dinner...why not reserve one of New York's top chefs for the night? These guys will take care of everything, from the pot stirring to the meal presentation. The only thing you've got to provide? Your kitchen. (Kitchit)
With all the fashion week events on our agenda, our meal times are a little off schedule. So, a late night menu that includes comfort food like mac and cheese, cookies, and tacos is worth the extra stop on our way home. Hit up Vinatta Project and get your fill Thursday to Saturday, from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m., at 69 Gansevoort Street. (Vinatta Project)
Shoe lovers, rejoice! You're cordially invited to meet designer Alexandre Birman at Saks Fifth Avenue, and, if you shop the spring '13 collection, you'll also enjoy a free gift. But, we hear the music and cocktails are complimentary, so RSVP and head to Saks from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12 at 611 Fifth Avenue, Floor 8. (Saks Fifth Avenue)
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