As I'm on a performing arts hiatus (that I'm unsure will ever resume), I've been working on a few interior design projects.
I love designing homes, I find it to be a special task, as I get to impact peoples day to day lives and create lovely spaces with only the best quality luxury Italian products in the world.
This winter I've been lucky enough to receive custom beautiful knit work from my friend.
he is also an amazing artist. You can buy his knit work here: style-now.com
I recently had the pleasure of being invited to a beautiful country home near the city. So I got to take a quick weekend trip to the mountains.
Although by my own decision not to be a country blob/couch potato, I mostly did yard work (making those pine trees look more like bonsai trees), I found it very important to disconnect from my normal routine and work on something else. Connecting with nature is always beautiful, as well as remembering that we are not alone on this earth (this by seeing many other creatures we seldom see in the city in their natural habitats).
I recommend everyone to do the same, even if its by going to a park nearby and appreciating whatever nature you can get yourself to ;)
So, Fashion Week is back at Lincoln Center, showing the best of what fashion has to offer.
Upcoming collections, avant- garde styles and what not.
While there are a lot of photo worthy outfits, accessories and personalities, there are always the random people who have nothing to do in fashion week, throw on something they consider to be fashionable, and lurk around Lincoln Center waiting to get their picture taken and become the new face of fashion.
Case in Point: The grinch who killed style.
This person, which I'm not quite sure whether it was a he or a she, but we'll say it was a she, was definitely defying the status quo.
By throwing on some not so traditional rags on she captivated the attention of a few bloggers and fashion reporters. While i was hoping to get some eye-catching beauties, I saw her doing "the rounds" and getting quite some attention..
I'm sure she will give a lot of do/don'ts reporters something to put in that don't list. Just sayin
No judgement tho,... i do give her an A for effort. ;)