Mexico marks two hundred years of independence this week and to celebrate, a festival highlighting the cultural scene in Mexico City is bringing artists, musicians, writers and film makers to New York to show their stuff.
William Tempest, Tracy Reese, Carlos Miele, Yeohlee Teng and the Diesel Black Gold line were showcased on the Lincoln Center runways on September 13. Click through the slideshow to see what fashion trends to expect in spring 2011.
Designers Diane Von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, Vassilios Kostetsos, and Tommy Hilfiger present their latest visions of fashion at Fashion Week's new locale, Lincoln Center. If you couldn't get into the tent or make it uptown take a look at these pics to see what made it down the runway.
Eric Kim, Zac Posen, Jill Stuart, Vivienne Tam, and Kati Stern present their lines at Lincoln Center for this season's Fashion Week. You can view the latest from the runway right here.
Designers Steven Cox and Daniel Silver of Duckie Brown, Max Azria, Michael Angel, Georges Chakra, Louie Llewellyn and as you guessed it, many more present their latest at Lincoln Center. Couldn't get in or make it uptown? Take a look at these pics from this season's Fashion Week.
Haven't got access to the Licoln Center tents to see the trends coming down the runway? Take a look at these shots from the first day of Fashion Week.
Those are just some of the shots you snapped at Rock the Bells on Governors Island last Saturday. We weren't there, but fortunately you were. Check out the slideshow of photos you sent us from the concert floor.
Heading to live music in NYC? Send us your pictures! Post a link to your Web or Flickr site in the comments below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting September 9th, designers and models from around the world will converge on New York for fashion week to exhibit their cutting edge visions. We know what they'll be wearing. But what are YOU wearing? Snap photos of stylish people around the city and submit them right here so everyone can vote for their favorites.
Things aren't going too well for Wyclef Jean.
New Jersey band Titus Andronicus plugged in for a raucous set at Glasslands in Williamsburg. Chromeo played the penultimate Williamsburg summer Pool Parties along the waterfront. And the 1980's new wavers The English Beat hit up the Bowery last week.
Last week, Public Enemy's Chuck D and Flavor Flav headlined a Central Park Summerstage, DOM performed out on Governors Island and Grupo 24 Horas got the crowd moving at New York’s Bachata Festival.
Last week Die Antwoord opened for M.I.A. on Governor's Island, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros played at Webster Hall, and Free Energy played at South Street Seaport.
Comic book author Harvey Pekar, whose autobiographical comic, "American Splendor," was made into an Oscar-nominated movie in 2003, was found dead at his home today. He was 70.
Nearly two centuries ago, freed slaves in New York started a tradition of celebrating independence day on the day after the national holiday -- on the 5th of July.
Thursday, July 15 through Friday, September 3
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Last week, Nora Jones performed at the bandshell in Prospect Park to open the Celebrate Brooklyn concert series, the Backstreet Boys reunited at Hammerstein Ballroom and Jose Gonzalez performed with Junip at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn.
It's outdoor music festival time, so get out there and send us pics to add to our slideshow. Last week, Living Colour took on Summerstage in Central Park, Yeasayer and KeepAway set up kits on Governors Island and The Futureheads beat the heat and played the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Last week Jefferson Starship touched down in Times Square, LCD Soundsystem played 4 straight nights at Terminal 5, and Happy Birthday titilated the crowd in Ridgewood, Queens.