Shantel and Jamison Espaillat had planned to get married at City Hall on Monday, more than two months ahead of Shantel’s Sept. 2 due date. But instead, they themselves in a hospital.
Malia Obama's vintage gold hoop earrings by Madewell are affordably priced and still available to shop for just $24.
One Brooklyn man's knitting pursuit went from personal to bigtime after a celebrity caught him working at it on the New York City subway.
A Playboy model, Victoria Xipolitakis from Argentina, recently rode the New York City subway covered in dollar bills to give away.
Selena Gomez is one of the world’s most sought-after stars, but the “Bad Liar” singer doesn’t let her demanding schedule get in the way of her polished looks.The 24-year-old was spotted sashaying through New York City in six different ensembles on Monday. The whirlwind wardrobe changes occurred as the star attended a string of talk show interviews that day.We saw Gomez swap seamlessly from edgy to sleek, each ensemble equally as stunning as the last — and if five outfits before sunset wasn’t enough, the brunette beauty made a final outfit change for a “date night” with boyfriend The Weeknd that evening.Scroll through the gallery for a closer look at Selena’s killer wardrobe. Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
UPDATE: Yasmin Seweid has been charged with falsely reporting a hate crime. New York City police are seeking more information about men who harassed a young woman in a hijab on the subway this week. Yasmin Seweid, an 18-year-old business student, was verbally harassed by the men as she waited for a train on the platform, according to the New York Daily News.
Some New York City commuters have found a colourful way to cope with the recent election results.On Nov. 9, the usually white walls of the subway underpass on 14th Street was blanketed in a rainbow of Post-its bearing messages of fear and anger but also of love and hope.The vibrant takeover was an initiative by artist Matthew “Levee” Chavez who called it “Subway Therapy.” Chavez sat for hours in the subway underpass handing out sticky notes and markers, and inviting commuters to share their thoughts and frustrations.“The last couple days have been stressful and I wanted to provide people with an opportunity to engage in a small and easy way,” he wrote on his website. “It gave people an outlet to express their hopes and fears in a safe space.”The idea took off with people flocking to cover the walls of the underpass. Chavez estimates that he gave out over 1,500 Post-it notes in a day.Click through the gallery above to see some of our favourite messages and don’t forget to let us know what you think of #SubwayTherapy by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Audrey Munson is immortalized all over New York City — at the New York Public Library, the Plaza Hotel, the Pulitzer Fountain — as well as other major cities.
A tradition since the 1930s, every year the luxury West 44th Street hotel invites ‘mew’dels to strut their stuff for guests in a benefit honoring the hotel’s cat-in-residence, Matilda III. This year’s theme was centered around New York’s first responders and had tabby, Persian and Russian blue cats decked in doctor, police and firefighter uniforms.