Leisure meets luxury at the W Hoboken when 70+ summery-clad ladies and gents boarded an endless champagne-gasmic yacht and set sail around the New York Habour. [Read more...]
Where have all the neon, polyester flowers gone?
Or rather, were there any faux-flowers left in the Greater New York City area as thousands of gardlanded, flowered-out electronic music festival goers descended upon New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. for Electric Daisy Carnival New York.
I took a trip with the Italians and it was such an adventure, Charlie!
Part festival, part fête, part conference, part cocktail party – the Manhattan Cocktail Classic is an annual celebration of the myriad points of intersection between cocktails and culture.
Across five days and the four boroughs, the Manhattan Cocktail Classic (May 17-21) offered industry pros and enthusiasts alike a vast array of unique experiences (*ahem* Gentleman’s Cocktail Crawl with The Italian) and events (shout out to the fab John Henry from Liquor.com for his stellar presentation on marketing up-and-coming spirits brands!)
The Huffington Post definitely said it best,
“Like a plague of locusts or an army of Huns, the cocktailian hordes descended on New York City on May 11 — bar owners, mixologists, distillers, publicists, writers, and plain old fans of a boozy good time [Read more...]
Every once in awhile, I get the opportunity to see and do really cool things in New York City.
One of the latest things that I got to experience was a luxury liquor [Read more...]
Just a few 2011 birthday pictures from The Griffin in New York City…
Super fun timesÂ [Read more...]
Ruffle me pink!
I love a good party.
But more than that, as someone in the communications industry, I appreciate a well-planned party.
That’s totally what I got when I attended the Bridesmaids DVD/Blu-Ray launch party September 20 in New York City.
Much more than that it was laced in lots, and lots of pink! [Read more...]
Hello rose petal, black-currant violet and salted caramel macarons and goodbye-slender waistline!
In a city overloaded with cupcakes, a new, extremely unique and dainty opponent has come into town.
A hundred years from now, when culinary historians are discussing the Great Cupcake Wars of the 21st century in New York City, they will discuss August 30, 2011 as the day Maison LadurÃ©e opened its doors on the Upper East Side in the island of Manhattan. [Read more...]
For the past 27-years, Brazilian Day has been a modern-cultural New York City experience.
Held near 46th Street in Manhattan, known also as Little Brazil, groups and groups of Brazilians gather each year to celebrate their music, culture, food and heritage.
The event started as a way for Brazilians living abroad in the Empire State [Read more...]
Food, Wine & Sun!
Drawing upon it’s success in the Empire State over the previous two years, the Sud de France Festival is back!
From June 6-June 30, the company invites all New Yorkers to fall into the rhythm of the Mediterranean lifestyle, celebrate and discover the food, wine and culture from the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France.Â [Read more...]
GUESS?, the American lifestyle brand, famous for their denim and black & white adverts, opened the doors to its newest one-stop shop, its brand new North American flagship store, on February 17, 2011.
Located on [Read more...]