My Day at Lincoln Center

By Thursday, February 19, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

#MBFWI would like to start this post by saying there are 29 days left until Spring. Ok moving right along, I spent my Tuesday hopping around backstage at Lincoln Center working at 3 awesome shows: Georgine, Naeem Khan and Skingraft.




Naeem Khan



But I also braved the cold and took a few outdoor shots. Since it was all of 3 degrees outside the masses were scarce but I still had fun snapping some pics of other people snapping pics.Photographer 1Photography 2Photography 3Photography 4

Lulu*s Style Studio 2015

Friday was an eventful day. I worked backstage at the Kate Spade & Cushnie et Ochs shows. Both were amazing collections. But the day ended with a fun blogger event: Lulu*s Style Studio at New York Fashion Week.  Some of the sponsors included NYX, Shea Moisture (*fluffs hair*) & Hpnotiq. This event was a night full of drinks, pampering & giveaways!

Massages, makeovers and free stuff!

Massages, makeovers and the shopping suite!

Cute or Cut: NY Fashion Week Edition

By Thursday, February 12, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

I’ve been flipping through the various Day 1 fashion shows and I’m noticing a resurgence of a few trends. One of them being Gaucho Pants. I’m not 100% sure how I feel about these pants although I’ve seen them styled in a few cool ways. What’s your take? Cute or cut? imageClockwise from left: Sachan & Babi, Red Valentino, Rachel Comey, BCBG Max Azria, Trina Turk


Mix It Up!

By Friday, January 30, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

Print and pattern mixing is something I really admire, however, when its time to get dressed I rarely execute it. So I’ve decided to research this a little more and challenge myself to mix it up in the upcoming season. I started my research on the vortex known as Pinterest. I found a few guides and started pinning away. Check out my board here.Follow Piece, Love and Sole’s board Print & Pattern Mixing on Pinterest.

I’m sure I’m not the only one who has difficulty carrying out this look so here we go. This guide from History in High Heels is a good point of reference. So we can start here. Mixing Prints

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