{GBF Life} Good, Bad, and Fab Moments of NYFW

Thursday, September 26, 2013

{the good}
Fueling mind, body, and soul with eye candy, real candy, friends, parties, and a fabulous meal with my Glam fam at Morimoto
Candy coated dreamland at the Lulu Frost Spring 14' presentation.
Blogger hub at the rewardstyle rooftop party.
Everything fab at the Vogue soiree.
 Human interactions with a fab bunch.
Every Morimoto bite inspires a sonnet. Well-deserved on the Glam Foodie Top 100 restaurants list.

 {the bad}
NYC crowds, technical difficulties, and achy breaky soles.

The scene at the Phillip Lim for Target launch party was three parts chaos, one part champagne.

A tech challenged blogger trying to get technical.
Shoe showdown between Cynthia Vincent and Prada. Neither saved my feet but I love them anyway. 

{the fab}
Beauty breaks, exciting meetings, fashion visions, fashion escape, and moments of contemplation.
Whipping my hair back and forth in neon pink while a slightly amused stylist at the Target beauty lounge stands by.
Primping in peace.

 All Saints, Charlotte Ronson, and Alice + Olivia showcase contemporary fashion at its best.

All Saints and Sigerson Morrison provide structure for next Spring.
Slip on a Marchesa and you'll never want to slip it off.
 Walking Washington Square in Cornetti Innamorati en route to 16 Handles.
Slid down the rabbit hole and escaped from fashion for one sleepless night into a world of Shakespeare, macabre, and Eyes Wide Shut antics.

A rare moment of solitude. So I take a selfie.

Sitting on the steps to the entrance of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week soaking up the last moments of NYFW. Let's be real. I live in a surreal world.

I'm grateful that frame by frame, the camera lens of my new AT&T LG smartphone collectively told my NYFW story. Brian Zhan, Robynne Guillermo, and Alexander Natalizio are the three filmmakers and finalists who are telling their story through the AT&T’s “Take Your Shot” film contest. Under the guidance of Wong Fu Productions, Freddie Wong, and Jon M. Chu, they get to turn their stories into short films. Follow their journey. Because every story deserves to be told.

{live fabulously}


live fabulously