Archives for March 2012

NYFW Fall/Winter 2012: Interview with Nick Irwin of TIGI at Vivienne Tam

Check out my video interview with Nick Irwin, the Global Creative Head of TIGI, at Vivienne Tam about this creations for hair at the 2012 Fall/Winter Collection during New York Fashion Week: [Read more…]

NYFW Fall/Winter 2012: Interview with Vivienne Tam

Check out my video interview with Vivienne Tam on her 2012 Fall/Winter Collection during New York Fashion Week: [Read more…]

NYFW Fall/Winter 2012: Interview with Kati Stern of Venexiana

Check out my video interview with Kati Stern of Venexiana for her 2012 Fall/Winter Collection during New York Fashion Week: [Read more…]

NYFW Fall/Winter 2012: Interview with Gucci Westman of Revlon

Check out my video interview with Revlon’s Gucci Westman, Global Artistic Director, on the look she created for Vivienne Tam’s 2012 Fall/Winter Collection during New York Fashion Week: [Read more…]

NYFW Fall/Winter 2012: Interview with Chris Cox of Nautica


Check out my video interview with Nautica’s Chris Cox, Creative Director, on his vision for their 2012 Fall/Winter Collection during New York Fashion Week: [Read more…]

Hunger Games Mixology: DISTRICT 7,8,9,10,11 and 12 Cocktails

By: Ashley Bryce, Liana Cole and Sasha Muradali

Each year the Hunger Games are held inside the Capitol, in the county of Panem.

Panem rose out of the rubble that once was North America and had thirteen districts that surround it, each having a unique purpose. Tired of servitude, the thirteen districts of Panem rebelled against the Capitol and the nation turned into a battle ground.

In the end, the Capitol held down the resistance and District 13, known of its nuclear power, was destroyed in a disaster.

The twelve remaining districts signed the Treaty of Treason and the Hunger Games were born as a punishment for the costly rebellion.

Each year the districts have to sacrifice one girl and one boy, known as tributes, to the games. These tributes engage in a battle to the death with
one survivor.

The victor who goes back to his or her district with fame and fortune.

In recognition of these yearly games, we present drinks for the remaining 6 districts of Panem.

Happy

Hunger Games!

District 7 – Lumber [Read more…]

The Badoo Project (#BadooProject)

“NYC was an easy choice as the place to first introduce Badoo to the U.S. It’s young, diverse, and social–a lot like Badoo!”
 – Jessica Powell, Chief Marketing Office for Badoo worldwide

It’s no surprise we love Badoo.

We’ve been writing about them for quite sometime now and thereby, it still should not be a surprise that when heard about The Badoo Project, we took our happy little selves to SoHo for an evening to hang out with our favourites from Londontown.

What is the Badoo Project you ask? [Read more…]

Hunger Games Mixology: DISTRICT 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 Cocktails

By: Ashley Bryce, Liana Cole and Sasha Muradali

Each year the Hunger Games are held inside the Capitol, in the county of Panem.

Panem rose out of the rubble that once was North America and had thirteen districts that surround it, each having a unique purpose. Tired of servitude, the thirteen districts of Panem rebelled against the Capitol and the nation turned into a battle ground.

In the end, the Capitol held down the resistance and District 13, known of its nuclear power, was destroyed in a disaster.

The twelve remaining districts signed the Treaty of Treason and the Hunger Games were born as a punishment for the costly rebellion.

Each year the districts have to sacrifice one girl and one boy, known as tributes, to the games. These tributes engage in a battle to the death with
one survivor.

The victor who goes back to his or her district with fame and fortune. In honor of the games we have dreamed up a drink for each district.

Happy

Hunger Games!

District 1 – Luxury [Read more…]

{Beautirati} Butter London: Disco Biscuit [Swatches + Pics]

Hello Spring! and Hello Summer!

This is “Disco Biscuit,” part of Butter London’s SS12 line of polishes, and it makes me want to say “Disco my biscuit.”

Don’t ask me why, but if I were Cher, and this was “Clueless,” I kind of feel like that would be something that would slip off of my tongue with ease.

Either way [Read more…]