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 =)
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.
Before I took the grueling 24 hour flight back home to Perth yesterday, some of my aussie girls and I (Morgan Hyslop, Chelsea Scanlan and Lauren Brown) got to go on one of my friends boats for an amazing tour of the Hudson river in NYC. Rassi from Milk studios in NYC invited the girls and I, it really is the best way to see the west side of the city and soak in the bright lights and the energy that New York offers. We sat on the front of the boat the whole time and nibbled on appetizers and sipped amazing margaritas. This is the life!
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!
Chelsea Scanlan and I went to the NYC premiere screening of Charlize Theron’s new movie The Burning Plain last night. I love going to premiers- usually most of the cast is there with the director and they introduce the film and discuss the motivation behind making it and how it all went down. It was directed and written by Guillermo Arriaga, the screenwriter of Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams(2003), and Babel (2006) and stars Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Basinger and Joaquim de Almeida. Charlize is such a powerful actress and this film does not dissapoint.
The past and the present have a curious way of effecting one another as several people seperated by time and space are about to discover — Mariana, a 16-year-old girl trying to put together the shattered lives of her parents in a Mexican border town; Sylvia, a woman in Portland who must undertake an emotional odyssey to burnish a sin from her past; Gina and Nick, a couple who must deal with an intense and clandestine affair; and Maria, a young girl who helps her parents find redemption, forgiveness and love. The five will discover that their actions may mean the difference between life and death as well as their own journeys into seeking redemption…and whether or not they will ever find it.