March 27th, 2010
I spent a wonderful Saturday afternoon exploring P.S. 1 for the first time and jammin to DJ Desi Santiago with two new friends.
The P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is one of the largest and oldest institutions in the U.S. dedicated solely to contemporary art. It is located in the neighborhood of Long Island City right outside of Manhattan and easily accessible by metro. Definitely recommended!
P.S. 1 minimalist entrance
Leandro Erlich's, "Swimming Pool" --from above
March 24th, 2010
Love the new nail colors strutting the runways (and NYC streets) this spring!:
Christian Dior spring 2010 runway, photo via Style.com; Butter London Nail Polish in Muggins, $14.
Nails at Chanel Spring 2010--found at Macy's NYC
metallics on a guest at the 3.1 Phillip Lim F/W 2010 show this spring
my nudes done yesterday
March 21st, 2010
History was made tonight when the US House of Representatives passed Obama’s health care reform bill.
Heath Care seems to be on the rise in fashion as well…
Louis Vuitton's Spring 2008 runway show--inspired by LV's collaboration with artist Richard Prince.
Karl has put clogs fit for a nurse back on the scene this season for Chanel.
Tobias Wong and Ju$t Another Rich Kid created the Gold Pill--for $425, these pills containing 24K gold leaves will "turn your inner most parts into chambers of wealth!"
March 18th, 2010
the SUN has finally decided to grace NY with its presence! it has been absolutely beautiful, bright and fifty degrees for the past two days…which has got me thinking that I need a new pair of shades to accompany my spring fever. Some inspiration from magazines below…any recommendations?
March 16th, 2010
The Barbour Coat: the upper east side’s defense to the elements. Found on every upper east side corner this March and coming soon to a downtown street near you…
March 2010 Esquire
two muffies braving the storm in their Barbours (a few weeks ago)
a little Joe Purdy to add to the gloomy weather in New York today: 10 Rainy Day Lament
March 12th, 2010
Your Lights Are On But You’re Not Home, 2009
An installation of “indefinte duration,” consisting of Halogen and Neon Lamps, Times, Electrical Cord, Concrete, Brick, Glass, Steel, and Plastic: 40′ x 60′ x 140′. It was made possible “courtesy of Cardinal Investments,” the developer behind 290 Mulberry.
"Your Lights Are On But You're Not Home," 2009. Corner of Mulberry and E. Houston
Worth a “walk by”
March 11th, 2010
Spotted this yummy shout out to Hanky Panky in Issue 750 of Time Out New York…
pg. 27 Time Out New York, Issue 750
Sweet sweet Hankys
March 10th, 2010
…one of my best guy friends gave me the ultimate flattering compliment today…thinking i was this bomb-shell Fekkai model. Thanks C, but did you have your contacts in ? ; )
Fekkai model on the back-cover of March Cosmo issue