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April 21 2014

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Send Off 2010, Sealed With A Bow

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If you haven’t made your New Year’s plans yet, there’s still time—sure, the big night is a little more than 48 hours away, but news of new parties just keeps spreading. Nur Khan will be hosting events both at Don Hill’s (where the Misshapes’ Greg K will be among the DJs, and model Cole Mohr one of the hosts) and at Kenmare, where you can nosh on burgers along with your bottles. On Top of the Standard, English rock legend (and occasional Stones paramour) Marianne Faithfull performs at a black-tie bash, while DFA Records hosts a rager until 6 a.m. at Le Bain next door.

Of course, a New Year’s party is only as good as your New Year’s outfit—and we can’t think of a better way to send 2010 packing than sealed with a bow. In a perfect world, we’d be dancing the night away in these bow-embellished Valentino pumps—available in patent and, for those obsessed, like all the editors this year, with Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli’s punky moments, a peep-toe, studded version, too. Both are available now at Net-a-Porter.

Photos: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

And Smoking, Presumably, Will Be Actually Verboten This Time

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“New Beatrice” prognosticating continues, of course, but for those interested in what the Inn’s former proprietor, Paul Sevigny, is actually working on, the details are coming out: His soon-to-open restaurant (with Lou Ceruzzi and Rose Bar owner Nur Khan) has a name (Kenmare), an address (98 Kenmare Street, the site of the old Civetta), a soft-open date (NYFW, natch), and, as of this morning, a chef: Joey Campanaro (pictured), whose tiny Grove Street restaurant, Little Owl, is packed night after night. (The guy also had a hand in kicking off the mini-burger “sliders” craze with the addictive, pecorino-laced version on the Owl menu.) Sevigny insists that it’ll be, contra Bea, a small neighborhood restaurant—you know, just like the next mom-and-pop joint with waiters’ uniforms by Chloë Sevigny.

Photo: Courtesy of The Little Owl