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Inside one of Singapore’s most exclusive parties, where celebrities and billionaires pay up to $35,000 for the ultimate party experience for a s...
The Singapore Grand Prix attracts billionaires and celebrities from all over the world not just for its motor race, but for its extravagant parties. The wildest of them all is at Amber Lounge, a pop-up club where you'll need to spend $10,000 for a table and $35,000 for an ultimate weekend package.
Ashton Kutcher’s venture fund held one of the most exclusive and bonkers parties at SXSW, the world’s wildest tech conference — take...
Tech billionaires and Hollywood's elite gathered for Sound Ventures' "The Party" at SXSW 2018.
I went to Groundhog Day on a whim in 2012. This is what my adventure was like.
Evan Spiegel reportedly dropped $4 million on a massive New Year’s Eve party for Snapchat — and Drake’s going to be there
Snapchat is flying in employees from around the world.
A charter company hosted a 100-person VIP rave on a plane complete with decks, DJs, and Champagne — take a look inside
The partygoers were treated to canapés and Champagne, as well as sets from DJs Afrojack and Robin Schulz — all while they were in the sky.
An early-morning dance party that startup workers are obsessed with is expanding to colleges — here’s what it’s like
Daybreaker, a company whose early-morning dance parties draws startup workers in 21 cities, is bringing the sunrise rave to college campuses across the US.
Elon Musk spent the weekend before the 4th of July in the company of some very famous friends.
Making awkward small talk is unavoidable — except at these parties, where the No. 1 rule is that guests aren't allowed to engage in idle chit-chat.
Everyone from Mick Jagger to Bono has partied at this photographer’s villa during the Cannes Film Festival
Jean Pigozzi's pool parties might be as famous as the guests who attend them.
The original Studio 54 was only open for 33 months, and in that time it became one of the most infamous and exclusive clubs. See what it was like in its prime.