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Everything We Ate, Drank, Stole and Celebrated in 2017
Cocktails shaken. Bathrobes stolen. Condoms requested. See the stats that made 2017 at W a year to remember.
Comediennes Cheryl Hines and Tig Notaro take the stage for What She Said at W Washington DC.
Design duo MaryMe-JimmyPaul on creating the glowing costumes for W Amsterdam's award winning canal parade float.
W Hotels launches Queer Me Out speakers series in Washington DC.
W DC hosts panel discussion focused on women in the business of media as part of the WHAT SHE SAID series.
Follow the Party Spy for a secret look into a night of lascivious luxury on W St. Petersburg's newly renovated rooftop terrace.
Dive into summer with W LA's WET Deck party celebrating an exclusive pool float collaboration with FUNBOY.
Ocean breezes, munchies from a James Beard award winner, and beats from SHAED made the W Fort Lauderdale renovation a night to remember.
See and hear how paradise parties with exclusive party pics and mix from the night's sound system.
Future Rising brought the hottest new names in music to W's around the world - so naturally the fashion followed.
What She Said brings the curator of the Seattle Art Museum's YSL retrospective in to discuss the life and style of the iconic designer.
We've got your Insider picks of the best places to see, eat and drink in the District.
From fireworks in St. Petersburg to funky christmas trees in Austin, we've got 9 of the brightest celebrations from around the globe.
Bollywood stars and Sachin and Babi gowns make an appearance at W Goa's pre-launch celebration in Mumbai.
Alessandra Ambrosio, Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana and more celebrate Sin city in Hollywood.
What She Said brings Yoga instructor Casey Lane Anderson and ModelMeals CEO Danika Brysha together to talk women run businesses.
From a vintage vinyl swap to star studded gatherings, W Bogota brings together the black and gold.
Summer swimwear to winter digs, Milk & Bone slow jams to Miike Snow beats–W Montreal's redesign party does a double take.
Dita Von Teese & Alexa Chung come out to Rock The Empire with brazen burlesque parties hosted around the world.
Artists and activists join forces for LGBT rights at Turn It Up For Change benefit balls around the country.