Bumble Toasts Its ‘Most Inspiring New Yorkers’ Campaign

Bumble celebrated its “most inspiring New Yorkers” campaign on Thursday evening with a dinner at Studio Ten ​at Industria, recognizing notables from Bumble Date, Bumble Bizz and Bumble BFF.
The list includes the likes of Brett Heyman, Misha Nonoo, Jillian Mercado, Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper of Rochambeau, Nell Diamond of Hill House Home, Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop, Meredith Melling of La Ligne, Julie Anne Quay of VFiles, Selby Drummond of SnapChat and celebrity stylist Andrew Gelwicks. Images of the campaign stars, blown to larger-than-life scale, decorated the Thursday event.
The campaign has been rolled out throughout New York since the beginning of the month and has popped up in more than 500 outdoor spaces, including subway stations and building murals.
Thursday’s party was hosted by Bumble’s heads of creative Erin and Sara Foster and Bumble chief brand officer Alex Williamson.

Artwork from Bumble’s “The Most Inspiring New Yorkers” dinner. 
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New Yorkers Gather to Express Solidarity with Charlie Hebdo

Charlie Hebdo Je Suis Charlie Demonstration in New York

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New York Est Charlie: New Yorkers Gather to Express Solidarity with Charlie Hebdo

Charlie Hebdo Je Suis Charlie Demonstration in New York

What can one person do in the face of terrorism and barbarism? You can stay home glued to CNN or TV5Monde Etats-Unis, wrapped in sadness and despair. Or you can ignore the frigid temperatures, bundle up, make a small sign that says “Je Suis Charlie,” and head to Washington Square Park.

Saturday afternoon, the day before a massive demonstration is scheduled to take place in Paris, with Angela Merkel, David Cameron, and Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly among the world leaders in attendance, and with what may well be upwards of a million people planning to gather at the Place de la République, a far smaller group came together in downtown Manhattan to express its solidarity, its sorrow, and its resilience.

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, joined several hundred French nationals and their American friends and supporters. Despite the numbers, it was a mostly silent affair, but for the occasional shouts of “Nous sommes Charlie!” and “Vive la France!” and the singing, at least once, of “La Marseillaise.”

At the north end of the park, an anonymous pianist played Franz Liszt’s Liebesträume, Erik Satie’s Gymnopédies, and Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata.” Responding perhaps, to the music, a sexy pole dancer in midriff-baring black patent leather, a figure straight out of Irma Vep, was writhing vigorously despite—or maybe because of?—the weather, at one point lofting her own “Je Suis Charlie” placard. Yes, she was strange and wacky, her motivations slightly unknowable, but isn’t that what freedom of expression is all about? “She is very Charlie Hebdo—provocative!” a French woman was heard to observe, taking in Irma’s twists and turns.

In the distance, the Washington Square Arch stood sentinel, a miniature gray stone cousin of the great Arc de Triomphe, which today is lit with the words “Paris Est Charlie.” Our own little arch was wordless, but the crowd made it clear: New York Est Charlie, Aussi.

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