From Loosie's to The Blond, L'OFFICIEL has rounded up the eight best nightclubs in NYC.
New York's trendiest neighborhood embraces a Paris-meets-Lower Manhattan sensibility at Le Dive.
L'OFFICIEL gathers a list of the must-see fashion museums and exhibits around the world in 2022.
The micro bikini trend is not going anywhere. Shop these chic swimsuits now.
Travel is back and better than ever.
Calling all art lovers: L'OFFICIEL walks you through eight different art exhibitions happening around the world this season, as well as what to do in your free time, and what hotels to stay at.
I remember you well in the Chelsea Hotel.
Louis Vuitton's collaboration with Nike featuring Air Force 1 sneakers designed by Virgil Abloh launches this week along with a series of art installations.
The Swiss luxury brand tapped Carla Chan to create an exclusive augmented reality art experience and NFT inspired by the Swiss landscape.
From Maison Martin Margiela's plastic televisions to Balenciaga's broken iPhones, some fashion week invites are just as glamorous as the shows themselves.
Supermodel Adriana Lima reflects on her 25 years in the industry in conversation with New York designer Anna Sui for L'OFFICIEL's Spring 2022 digital cover.
Lady Gaga is one of today's most acclaimed artists with a list of mansions at her disposal, but she got her roots on the Lower East Side of New York City.
The new, monochrome look of Acne's Soho shop was celebrated yesterday with cocktails and spring fashion.
Bored with New York City's art scene, Jamian Juliano-Villani and two close friends decide to make some noise by launching their own irreverent gallery.
From mansions in Midtown Manhattan to summers in the South of France, L'OFFICIEL looks back on the extravagant history of New York's upper crust.
Monet's Coin du Bassin aux Nymphéas may sell for more than $40 million.
This rising designer just dropped her first eponymous collection of fine silk garments and cashmere scarves.
Call it the new minimalism: This fall’s shapes take inspiration from the ’90s while remaining undoubtedly of the moment.
L'OFFICIEL Art rings in the opening of The Armory Show with a festive party at the Equinox Hotel in New York City.
The Mercer Street boutique opens with a partnership with the International Center of Photography, featuring the work of four women artists. Here, L'OFFICIEL speaks with Burch and the photographers about envisioning a "New" New York.