The Fashion Minded Pop Up Shop

I was invited by the creative agency The Fashion Minded to view their first popup shop in Soho. Founders Jennylynn Aberin and Margaret Pauta who both have backgrounds in retail and experience in the industry created The Fashion Minded to give up-incoming ¬†designers with online stores or designers just entering the U.S. market services that would cost an exhorbite amount of money otherwise. The Fashion … Continue reading The Fashion Minded Pop Up Shop

New York Fashion Week SS17 Round up 2

Exhausted is the word I would use to describe myself at the end of fashion week. Exhausted but satisfied and grateful for the amazingly wild week. I’ve met so many great people working in fashion and other creative industries. Here is my continuation of NYFW. Sept 11: J. Loren Presentation The collection “Her” was inspired the idea of women unleashing their inner Amazon goddess. J.Loren designs for … Continue reading New York Fashion Week SS17 Round up 2

New York Fashion Week SS17 Round up 1

  The time has come, you go to sleep early, you prepare yourself and you look forward to opening presents… O wait that’s Christmas! Well to most fashion folk who work and live in NYC that’s what Fashion Week feels like. I’ve had the privilege of volunteering, working, attending shows and presentations since I was a freshman in college. And the feeling of anticipation for … Continue reading New York Fashion Week SS17 Round up 1

Lacoste Exhibit at Westfield WTC

Currently on the first floor of the Oculus in the brand new Westfield WTC there is a ¬† Lacoste pop up exhibition. The exhibit is to celebrate Lacoste opening its newest store at Westfield. In 1923 Rene’ Lacoste was nick named the ¬†“Alligator” by the press because of how tough he was on his opponent on the tennis court. In the 1930’s he was part … Continue reading Lacoste Exhibit at Westfield WTC

Westfield WTC and Oculus Grand Opening

  I’ve been freelancing at the brand new Westfield WTC global shopping and dinning center. Built in honor of the 9/11 victims and their families the space is light, bright and airy. Designed by Santiago Calatrava it is meant to look like a dove being released from a child’s hands. Built at an angle that allows a wedge of light to shine through the two … Continue reading Westfield WTC and Oculus Grand Opening

Travel Apps

When you are planning to travel and while traveling what are some of the apps you use? What is the purpose of those apps? Do those apps help you discover your surroundings or do they only have a utilitarian purpose? The following apps have been downloaded and tested by me while freelancing in NYC. Qapital-This app helps you save money towards any goal. You input … Continue reading Travel Apps