Why does Charlotte appear to be floating on cloud nine? Maybe it’s because we were able to skirt the six-hour wait time to enter the MoMA’s Rain Room. Or is it the satisfaction from crossing the Rain Room off her list of must-see NYC attractions, before returning home to France the next day. Charlotte is a talented artist studying fine art in Strasbourg.
Thursday’s Up Next pyro-spattered EDM party by the water, presented byThump is already at capacity?!
Why am I not surprised. The event’s got all the pulsating ingredients for a phenomenal party: interactive fireworks, skivvy-trembling dance music by Zedd, Duke Dumont and TOKiMONSTA, with an open bar on a pier by the Hudson River!
While the public RSVP link is now as good-for-nothing as the “g” in champagne, the overly fucking awesome fun squad over at Vice‘s dance music channel Thump have tossed Babes At The Museum a couple VIP passes to the June 20th launch of Up Next.
To win, ENTER HERE telling us what’s the most serotonin-scorching thing that could happen when you mix EDM and pyrotechnics. Winner receives 2 VIP tickets that guarantee entry and special access to the caboose-quaking bonanza.
What: Up Next with Zedd, Duke Dumont, and TOKiMONSTA Date: Thursday, June 20. Doors open at 7:00 PM Where: Hudson River Park’s Pier 84 | Entrance on W 44th St & 12th Ave
“Visiting the Met on an empty day with fantastic guides is such a treat. You get to experience the art in a way you typically don’t have the chance to, in a calming (sometimes creepy) silence and without any potential photo-bombers! Any photographer’s dream. Good moments to be captured with a babe like Bonnie in company.” - Amanda Jas
Sunday at the Met Museum is basically one big obstacle course of feet-dragging tourists. But after spotting a babe in the distance, it makes all the human slaloming worthwhile. Here is New York fashion designer Emilie Ghilaga whose style colors outside the lines of the Upper East Side uniform with a suede vintage Bogner ski jacket, snakeskin leggings and an irreproachable pair of Chucks. You can check out Emilie’s own collection here. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)