The sea is calling (well, sort of). Scoop NYC is hosting R29-fave-label-Sea's first pop-up shop, chock full of bright blue and yellow frocks in whimsical silhouettes that evoke images of ocean waves. With the city’s frigid temps and biting winds, we’re not sure what could be a better escape. Shop the resort '13 collection and enjoy refreshments from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 31 at 875 Washington Street. (Scoop NYC)
We don’t know about you, but we love a good theme party every now and then. Luckily, The Fat Radish is hosting Burns Night, and we’re digging out our kilts. Indulge in limitless scotch, a five-course meal, and one killer soundtrack courtesy of bagpipes that will be played in honor of Robert Burns this Saturday. (The Fat Radish)
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Sworn off bangs or a pixie cut? Not so fast. On Sexy Hair’s new Spray & Play app, you can switch up your look — from pigment and length to height and volume — then forward your new ‘do to your gal pals to find out what they think. Just don’t blame us if you find yourself booking an appointment at the salon. (Sexy Hair)
We know you love Food Network, but chances are you’ve caught enough hours of Chopped this week. Click over to YouTube to hear renowned NYC chefs Eric Ripert and Marcus Samuelsson dish about their culinary careers, and learn how to cook a delicious Ethiopian noodle dish. Our stomachs are growling already. (YouTube)
We can’t decide what’s cooler: designing MObama’s chosen inauguration look or winning the Pratt Fashion Visionary Award. We’ll have to ask Thom Browne, who’s being honored for the latter achievement on April 25 at The Top of The Standard. But, we’re guessing all the presidential coverage on Monday was cause for a pretty classy celebration, too. (WWD)
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