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Upper East Side »

The longtime New Yorker chatted about which neighborhood she thinks has retained its authenticity.

Clinton Hill »

Pratt alumni went on to create Tom and Jerry, Scrabble and the Chrysler Building.

New York City »

Fashion Week fashionistas said bags of free gifts are largely a thing of the past.

Upper West Side »

Designer Betsey Johnson has filed for bankruptcy and will close most of the company's boutiques.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The former Barbizon Hotel, housing single ladies at 140 E. 63rd St., is a new Upper East Side landmark.

Manhattan »

All the news, celebrities, gossip and goings on at New York's Fashion Week.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Bestey Johnson gave a group of aspiring designers insight in the world of fashion at a panel Wednesday.

Manhattan »

Our expert Dawn Del Russo picked out the top trends and must-haves for Spring 2012, from the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week runway shows.

Manhattan »

All the managers from Betsey Johnson's stores came to her Fashion Week presentation together, dressed in her lacy and gothic couture.

Midtown & Theater District »

Some of the city's top designers unveiled a fleet of handmade bikes that will be available to ride around town for free beginning Thursday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Bikes fashioned by some of the city's most notable designers will be available to borrow this Fashion Week.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Betsey Johnson spiced up Fashion Week with her bright collection while Marc Jacobs' designs were more severe.

Midtown & Theater District »

Fashion Week got fully underway at Lincoln Center on Thursday. First up was a show from 'Project Runway.'

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Upper West Side may be Fashion Week's new home, but the neighborhood isn't a hot spot for Fashion's Night Out.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A team of Patrick McMullan party photographers will make celebrities out of shoppers for an AIDS charity.