Things these days aren’t as black and white as we would hope they’d be, but we can count on one thing to deliver this desire – pandas!
It was pure “pandamonium” last night at New York City’s iconic landmark hotel, the Waldorf Astoria , for the first annual Black & White Panda Ball hosted by Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
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New York is known for its deep sense of style, design and fashion. Whether you’re strutting the streets of Manhattan or donning a gorgeous gown at a fancy gala, there’s no shortage of opportunities to let your inner fashionista shine through.
Earlier this year, some of fashion’s biggest names forged under one roof, to highlight some of the greatest modern works of wearable art. Enter Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age of Technology – an exhibit breathing new life into the Metropolitan Museum of Art (aka the Met) on New York’s Upper East Side. Continue reading “Manus x Machina at the MET- A Look Into the Future of Fashion”
“Netflix and Chill” – It’s a common meme being displayed across the internet highlighting the laid back activities Americans engage in on their “down time”. And well, now that the chilly weather has arrived, it sounds like I’ll be partaking in some of this Netflix and Chill as well… at least partially (We all know I can’t sit still for too long, especially when NYC is my playground).
On a nippy night just a few days ago, I decided to put on some sweats, open up my laptop and click on the “Flix”. I was initially going to catch up on my favorite (and only tv I watch) show, Scandal, but when I saw “Iris” pop up on the screen with an image of Iris Apfel, a legendary fashionista in the New York community and beyond, I quickly changed my tune. Continue reading “Netflix and Chill – An Inspiring New York Night at Home”
On June 6th, 1998, HBO took on the much anticipated storyline written by Candace Bushnell and turned it into one of the greatest, and longest running, series in television history. Sex and the City chronicled the lives of four single women living in New York City, changing the landscape of life for women all over the world, forever. These women and their interactions with each other, the dating world, life, and the City that Never Sleeps, have since influenced, inspired and guided the burning desires and questions of women of all ages. Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Kim Catrall – or better known Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha – are a pop culture icon that will live on in the lives of women for years to come. Continue reading “The Cuban Carrie Meets Her Muse”