After meeting up with my girl Chenelle catching up over drink and checking into our room it was time to hit the town..
Museum at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
Tendology exhibit Showing until-April 30, 2014
Trends may come and go, but in the fashion industry nothing ever really goes out of style for too long. Trend-ology focuses on a 250-year-old trend cycle—starting in the 18th century—and follows the emergence (and reemergence) of trends up into the current period. This exhibition features 100 flash-in-the-pan pieces including a tartan dress made in the early 1700s, a chunky gold Chanel necklace inspired by Salt-N-Pepa and a Murakami-designed Louis Vuitton satchel that was replicated ad nauseam. The show also touches on how trends develop and spread through various channels such as art, music and film, and how fast-fashion stores like H&M and Zara have contributed to the world of passé and beguiling trends.
Portion was just my size and this was the best burger I ever had.
The name is short for "steak," and the restaurant, ominously located down the street from Pastis and across from Buddha Bar, this is a trendy chophouse for the feminine set. There’s a lounge area in the middle of the room and their is a DJ.
A collaboration between the mixologists behind Milk & Honey and Little Branch, the Griffin is a sleek rebranding of the old PM space. Don’t expect a mellow vibe and artisanal cocktails, however; the atmosphere here is anything but subdued. The target demographic consists of salt-and-pepper professionals whose bubbles never burst; bouncers boast the crispest suits in the room, and VIP booths – elevated, with blue banquettes .
There is nothing like spending time doing the things you love with friends in New York City during Fashion Week no matter what day it is. My Valentine is everyday... Don't wait for someone else to bring you joy on Valentine or any day, do what makes you happy everyday