Tag: Nyc

Steering Away From Fast Fashion with Eco Fashion Expo’s Angela Chi

Steering Away From Fast Fashion with Eco Fashion Expo’s Angela Chi

Madelyn Meagher, who at the time was a freshman at Brooklyn College, designed this line. Pictured are Madelyn, Andrew, Richie, Anna, and Shenal (Not pictured is Jessica).   By Angela Chi   First Year In College: Learning Phase     During my first semester as […]

Get to Know Harry Martin, The Man Reviving The Roller Disco

Get to Know Harry Martin, The Man Reviving The Roller Disco

By Ariana Hwang At House of Yes, 2018 no longer feels like 2018. Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” is playing. And men and women are coated in glitter circling a crowded room in four-wheeled roller skates. Everyone’s boogieing to the old school music spinning from a […]

The Pulse: Trafton’s Vulnerable Pop Music in a “Hyperreal” World

The Pulse: Trafton’s Vulnerable Pop Music in a “Hyperreal” World

By Chelsea Booth All Photos By Anthony Sokolov   It’s a crisp October evening. Evan Gordon of Trafton, sits across from me in his modest Lower East Side apartment, and raises a shallow wine goblet to his lips, taking small sips of the water he […]

Finding Beauty Everywhere at Afropunk

Finding Beauty Everywhere at Afropunk

By Chelsea Booth Fashion icon Hedi Slimane once told Vanity Fair that the most stylish woman in the world is “some unknown girl on the dance floor.” But even if you could have taken the most stylish unknown person from every dance floor in the […]

Mad Hatter’s Bus Vlog

Mad Hatter’s Bus Vlog

By Ariana Hwang Ever wonder what an Alice in Wonderland party would look like inside a London double-decker bus? Here’s your one-way ticket to the most magical cocktail party in Bushwick. Book your Mad Hatter experience! https://www.madhattersbus.com/

Hip-Hop Heads, You’re Invited: Adamn Killa, Big Baby Scumbag, and More at Trans-Pecos

Hip-Hop Heads, You’re Invited: Adamn Killa, Big Baby Scumbag, and More at Trans-Pecos

By Chelsea Booth Here at Lullavie we post about shows that are worth your while. This is one of those shows. Hip-hop heads and music fans alike best not miss this one. The show, hosted by Mike Fish and Luke McCanna, will be at Trans-Pecos […]

Not Your Mother’s Twelfth Night Conquers Central Park

Not Your Mother’s Twelfth Night Conquers Central Park

Photo by Joan Marcus By Reuven Glezer Central Park has become a joyous, soul-filled fantasy land, courtesy of the production of Twelfth Night now running at the Delacorte Theater. Growing out of the 2016 Public Works production, the 90-minute musical has plenty of candy-coated tunes […]

Meet Lauren Pfieffer, Mixing Vintage Fashion With Personal Growth

Meet Lauren Pfieffer, Mixing Vintage Fashion With Personal Growth

By Luis Lucero For any out of towner who just moved to New York City, their first day of living here is something of a milestone. In the case of Lauren Pfieffer (pronounced Pie-fer), originally from Mansfield, Ohio, she just celebrated her two year anniversary […]

Two Recommendations a Day: Nick Cave’s “The Let Go”, Chromeo (DJ Set), and Pride Music Videos to Watch

Two Recommendations a Day: Nick Cave’s “The Let Go”, Chromeo (DJ Set), and Pride Music Videos to Watch

1. Nick Cave, “The Let Go” Interdisciplinary artist Nick Cave creates a dance-based town hall—part installation, part performance—to which the community of New York is invited to “let go” and speak their minds through movement, work out frustrations, and celebrate independence as well as community. […]

Sick of Suburbia — Why Long Island Sucks

Sick of Suburbia — Why Long Island Sucks

By Ariana Hwang   There are so many homes on every street Piling into lines so neat, but I won’t fold into these lives, I’m too drunk on that Suburban smell, to know which one of them is mine – The Districts (“Suburban Smell”)   […]