House3
CLOSE
MENUCLOSE

Here’s Everything That Happened At Our First-Ever NYLON Pride Party

Video

We kissed, we danced, and kissed some more

Last Sunday, NYLON took over the PHD Terrace at the Dream Midtown in celebration of Pride month, and it was a night to remember.

Not only did we indulge in all the drinks thanks to New Amsterdam vodka, but we stayed camera-ready at Bumble's photo booth, danced to our heart's content alongside Frankie Sharp's killer DJ set, and were served a piping hot plate of lip-synching realness after seeing Shangela's memorable performances of "Pay Me" and "Werqin Girl."

Be sure to catch all that went down in the video, above. 

Credits:
Camera: Dani Okon, Charlotte Prager, and Katie Sadler
Editor: Madeline Stedman


Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Studios.

It makes the whole uncanny valley thing even more uncanny

Early critiques of The Lion King have already noted the uncanny valley aspect of the computer-generated animals, and they are not wrong. It's hugely distracting—and the addition of an A-list cast voicing those animals makes it even worse.

Keep reading... Show less
True
FROM THE WORLD WIDE WEB

Talking to the author about her newest book

"Something happened and turned on as soon as I gave birth," Kate Zambreno told me, "where the drive and the desire to write was stronger than ever."

Keep reading... Show less
True
Photo Credit: Snap Stills/Shutterstock

We talk to the stars and creator about the show's iconic first season

Veronica Mars is a show that's had more than nine lives over the course of its 15-year run. What began as a teen drama about a young girl-turned-private investigator digging into the mystery of her best friend's murder, has evolved into a universe filled with complex characters, twisting story lines, and a cult following more than happy to go along for the extended ride.

Keep reading... Show less
True
5773c7
f6d9e4
Asset 7
MORE in VIDEO
Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Winchester's Black students got jokes

"If everyone stayed exactly the same, life would be tedious and predictable... like the third season of a Netflix show." That's just one of the not-at-all-subtle winks to its network in the Dear White People Season 3 trailer.

Keep reading... Show less
True
Photo via @thehighwomen on Instagram

I love everything about "Redesigning Women"

The supergroup we've been waiting for is finally here, and it's perfect. Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris, and Amanda Shires are The Highwomen, and today they've released their debut track and music video "Redesigning Women."

Keep reading... Show less
True