HELMUT LANG, CORY KENNEDY and an afternoon fooling around in the East Village.
my friend Cory styled up a storm, and we hit the streets to shoot the new Helmut Lang collection for her blog
check out the rest of it at itsoreykennedy
Out and about in New York City. We went to check out all the pretty lights and the market up in Columbus Circle.
Bought a really nice christmas tree, my Canadian Lumberjack boyfriend carried it all the way home.
At the end of our day we had a SNOWBALL FIGHT!!!!!! I got a bit wet but it was so much fun!!!!
Me moosing around NYC =)
Here in New York, the weather has been playing tricks on us…sometimes it’s almost balmy and the next day it’s crisp. So, I’ve found my Mongolian sheep vest extremely useful. I’m loving exaggerated jackets and vests right now. I’ve seen a lot of options at Zara and H & M. If you want to go for the luxe route, you can find the same one I’m wearing from 3.1 Phillip Lim. (Check out Nordstrom.com or Barneys.com)
Vest: 3.1 Phillip Lim
Top: Day Birger et Mikkelsen
Jeans: Cheap Monday
Streets of New York are always entertaining whether it’s experimental dancers, film sets or photo shoots. But the Subway is just as lively. Check out these kids I saw today, they were incredible! busting out the moves in a moving train.
I recently went to the premiere of the film “New York I Love You” starring Natalie Portman, Shia LaBeouf, Bradley Copper and many others. It is an anthology by several very talented directors about New York, and a follow up to Paris Je T’aime! It was very interesting to see how different directors see New York stylistically and story wise! Being a New Yorker now myself, I loved it! My outfit was from an amazing store in SoHo called LF
Last night some friends and I got to see the amazing new Sam Haskins Exhibition at Milk studios here in NYC. The party was a celebration for the fist joint book project between Sam and Tommy Hilfiger entitled “Fashion Etcetera by Sam Haskins: Tommy Hilfiger Special Edition.”
Sam is such an amazing and iconic photographer and there were over 100 prints in the show so the crowd got to see a great selection of his works.
Sam Haskins suffered a ‘moderate stroke’ before the show and is “currently being stabilised at St Vincent’s hospital and is eventually expected to recover most of his mobility. He will certainly require weeks of rehabilitation in New York before returning home to Australia”.
Lets all wish Sam a full recovery and continue supporting his work!