Behind The Scenes

My Shopping Date At Mahna Mahna

Dana-Maxx top and pants I recently built my dream closet in my apartment, but Mahna Mahna is truly a giant closet of my dream wardrobe. This showroom that just branched out from their Asian roots and opened up in the heart of SoHo invited me, as well as a couple of my favorite fashionista girlfriends, stylist Leah Snow and accessories designer/blogger Emily Kammeyer to come in and essentially play dress up. What’s more fun than that, especially when
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The Most Underrated Season With Rebecca Minkoff

Pre-fall is the most underrated season of the year. There. I said it. It’s a lovely taste of things to come and while it’s the underdog of fashion week events, next to pre-spring, it’s one of my favorites to preview in person. Especially when it’s with Rebecca Minkoff. Literally. Minkoff kindly introduced herself to me as “Rebecca” while she observed everyone marveling over her collection, in a new showroom space, just a block away from her old one,
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#InstaStyle / #BehindTheScenes with @Jessica_Weiser @IzzyRuiz @Jclements43 @ErikConover

photo by Jessica Weiser Something kind of magical happened last night and I just couldn’t wait to share it. I styled a shoot with the rising star in the photo world, who’s work has recently appeared in Cosmo, Jessica Weiser, along with the talented Izzy Ruiz doing hair and makeup and the most adorable models that are a real life couple. The birds on the boardwalk were also the perfect models, as they set up strategically for this
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#BehindTheScenes

I realized that I shared this short film that I styled the wardrobe for last Friday, but I totally forgot to include these gorgeous behind the scenes that Jonathan Rodriguez captured throughout the evening of our shoot. It almost ended up looking like China in the ’60’s—minus all of the fancy film equipment. Check out the short film by Florian Innerkofler, “Doyers Street,” here and let me know what your favorite look was!
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