New York City is famous for its street food. Halal, pizza, pretzels,
and hotdogs are only the beginning. New York is getting even more
creative with what kinds of food are being sold from food trucks. You
can buy cupcakes, Mexican food, ice cream, and more. We wanted to know
what New Yorkers’ favorite street food was. Watch the video to see
When the weather gets a little bit cooler and the leaves begin to change color, it can only mean one thing: Fashion Week. Designers and models flocked to New York City from all over the world to participate in the festivities and reveal the new trends for fall.
British menswear designer Simon Spurr has played a large role in the fashion industry for over twelve years, designing for labels such as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren Purple Label and Ralph Lauren Black label (to name a few). In fall of 2006, Simon created his own brand, SPURR.
This year, Simon Spurr teamed up with Kérastase Paris for a new project. The leading hair care company asked Spurr to custom design a Dopp Kit for their new male hair care product called Homme Capital Force. Customers will receive a Simon Spurr Dopp Kit with the purchase of two full-size Kérastase Homme products.
Yeah New York headed off to the event to get in on the fun. We took the cameras and went backstage to interview those preparing for the high-profile fashion show. Of course, we stayed to watch as well. Check out the video to see how the models walked the runway this year at Fashion Week. Enjoy!
"Play Me, I'm Yours" is a project of artist Luke Jerram who hoped to use music to bring people together by placing pianos outdoors in cities around the world for public to play. So far, he has brought 273 pianos to 11 cities worldwide, including New York. A grand total of 60 pianos were available in the city for people to play this summer. There were pianos placed all over New York, including Times Square, Bryant Park, Astor Place, and throughout the surrounding boroughs. The project was well received and the pianos were donated to the charity "Sing for Hope." The Yeah New York team headed out to catch a glimpse of the pianos and talk to the many people enjoying the music.
In a very short time, Lady Gaga has become an international pop phenomenon. This summer, she headed to her hometown New York to play three concerts at Madison Square Garden. Gaga received a warm welcome, with thousands of fans coming out to see her perform her hits songs including "Poker Face," "Bad Romance," and "Paparazzi." The team over at Yeah New York knew that the fans would be out in full spirit and costume waiting in line hours before the doors even opened at MSG. We decided to talk to some of her "Little Monsters" on day one of the three-day Gaga show.