Well folks it has beeb a minute. Things have been crazy for me. Selling a house and moving is no joke. It was quite the ride. I had little to no time to devote to the blog or my YouTube channel. But things are finally settling down. I have been in my new place about a month now, and today is the first day I have had some extra time to be able to sit down and get this video uploaded.
[/bigletter]Well I could not make it to PFW this season, actually not since 2019. I really miss Paris and hope I can travel there again soon. As many of you know one my favorite things to do when I attend PFW (and NYFW) is interviewing other attendees on what they are wearing and what inspired their looks.
This past season I only attended one show as you know, with everything I have going on I did not have a lot of time to devote to Fashion Week. I am hoping next season things will be a bit back to normal for me. Today I am sharing one of the looks I wore last season, I had forgotten about these photos
This Fashion Week was a quick one for me as in one day. I have a lot going on right now with selling my mom’s house, closing and moving. Between that and a full time job I had no time this season to focus on Fashion Week. No time to prepare, no time to attend shows, and pretty much just super wiped out from all that is going on in my life.
Hands up, who likes to watch those jaw dropping transformational makeup tutorials? One can’t deny that they can be quite eye popping and fun to watch, but as fun as they are, these types of super dramatic makeup applications are not going to be your go-to for heading to work or running errands. Truth be told they may even be bit much for drinks with the girls.
We all know the last two years have been rough. And I am sure we are glad that 2021 is over. In addition to world events I lost my mom in 2020, nothing can really prepare you for that. It is a slow climb out of mourning but there is light at the end of tunnel. Life can be difficult we all know that, but it is true that time heals all wounds, or least lessens them.
Hi all! Today I am sharing with you what I got for Black Friday and few other bits and bobs. I did not go crazy but I love what I got. I hope you like this quick haul. And let me know what you got for Black Friday.
Today I am sharing with you an editorial I did for Hauturely.com. Hauturely.com is an online community resource platform for influencers and lovers of fashion. It features a Network of fashion obsessed influencers and writers that brings to its readers all the latest news and events happening in the fashion industry. I have covered fashion week both in New York and Paris for Hauturely in the past, but this is my first editorial. I produced the shoot along with the founder Chloe Recine, and I was both the creative director and the fashion director. I sourced the talent, cast the model, and was responsible for the concept, art direction, layout design, photo retouching, writing and editing, and I styled about half the looks, including this last one. I worked with a GREAT team and a phenomenal photographer. Pierre is fast, we shot nine looks in five hours—quite the feat I must say.
I do not often speak about politics on the blog or my social media channels. Occasionally I post my sentiments on social movements like BLM and #metoo. But for the most part my blog and my YouTube channel are a forum where I create content that inspires and topics that I am passionate about such as fashion, beauty and photography. But sometimes one is pushed to the limit of keeping silent. So I am sharing with you an experience of sorts that motivated me to speak out. Granted this is not an earth shattering event, but eye opening to be sure.