With this rush of cold weather, we've been lusting over spring collections to keep us warm. But, since that won't exactly do the trick once we step outside, we're heading to Meg Cohen's annual winter cashmere sale in Soho — stat. Stock up on hats, gloves, and scarves from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. until February 15 at 59 Thompson Street. (Meg Cohen)
A winter jazz concert with a 360-degree view of the city sounds pretty good, but pile a Kobe burger complete with avocado, grilled onion, and white cheddar on our plate, and we're in heaven. The weekly shows begin this Sunday at Upstairs NYC, and it's all kicking off with The Logan Evan Thomas Group trio. (Upstairs NYC)
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Need a lesson in fashion icon history? Elyssa Dimant penned your next read, The Style Mentors, which pretty much covers every sartorially significant female who's ever lived (Yes, even MObama). She'll be signing copies of the "bible" on January 24 at Scoop, where there will be cocktails, music, and of course, shopping. (Scoop)
Whether you create art, or you just like to buy it, this new site is for you. The launch of Artsy.net means you can curate your own "showroom" of your favorite artists, buy their work, or just follow them to see which projects they're working on. Sign up and personalize your own page now. (Artsy)
Swizz Beatz joined with Billboard Editorial Director Bill Werde to host 100 middle and high schoolers at Music-Versity yesterday morning. Check out this musical conversation, which inspires us to pay it forward. (Unites)
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