I am a 90s kid, so this particular event, the launch of 90s Forever pop-up shop really spoke to me. I wasn’t sure what to expect since this was my first time at one of Spark Pretty’s pop-up stores. All I knew was, it is located on my favorite street in the East Village and 90s clothing were involved.
My last installment on New York Fashion Week (part 1, part 2, and part 3) is on open to the public events and where to register. If you don’t work in fashion, yet still want to take part of the incredible time of year, here are a few ways to do so.
2016 was a tough year for many people. There was a lot of loss and tragedy around the world. To lighten the mood and to say goodbye, I thought today I would share some outtakes that didn’t make the blog (or any social media accounts). They are funny, ridiculous, cute and candid moments from 2016. Of course, I couldn’t have done all of this without some incredible people. I love you, I hope you enjoy, and I will see you in 2017!
Last week Emily, from Social Fashionista Beauty, and I attended the launch of Town & Country’s latest book Manners and Misdemeanors. The event was held at the jewelry boutique Nirav Modi located on Madison Avenue. It was a very beautiful and elegant setting.
New York Fashion Week has ended, and yet we are still eagerly reviewing what we just witnessed on the runway. In the weeks ahead, I’ll do a rundown of trends spotted and how to wear them now. But today is all about Coach; the dramatic redirection of their line, and how Elvis Presely played a big part.