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Viktor & Rolf: New York Post

Viktor & Rolf: New York Post

Over the past two decades, princes of fashion Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren have become known for dancing the fine line between surrealism and femininity. And this year, on the heels of their brand Viktor & Rolf’s anniversary, the Amsterdam-based designers celebrate with the launch of their latest fragrance, Bonbon, and the opening of their(…)

Hats off to Harper

Hats off to Harper

While it is more common for us ladies to have an off the charts shoe obsession (which I am guilty of too of course), my other infatuation lies in good, old-fashioned chapeaux. Now there is no discrimination when it comes to choosing a topper’s style.  I, for one, ping pong back and forth between wide(…)

Aperlai: New York Post

Aperlai: New York Post

  Alessandra Lanvin is as lovely as the beauty she exudes and the Aperlai bombshells she creates. I had the fortunate opportunity to sit down one-on-one with the Turkish/Italian stunner in Paris which lead to my latest piece for the New York Post Alexa. Read it online here: http://nypost.com/2014/03/18/alessandra-lanvins-stylish-view-from-the-top/ In addition, I have made a selection(…)

Nausheen Dreams of Sushi

Nausheen Dreams of Sushi

Just over two years ago, my travel editor Andy Wang rang me up and proposed that we check out this new documentary “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” The film documents the day in, day out of an 85 year old Japanese chef, Jiro Ono, who runs a 3 Michelin starred sushi joint out of the bottom(…)

Note to Self

Note to Self

It’s one thing to have the honor of being recognized by Street Style photographers and magazines when heading back and forth between shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris – but it is another sense of accomplishment when a magazine, from China nonetheless, asks to feature you among their top stylers at the moment.(…)

Blades of Glory

Blades of Glory

My deep rooted sickness of stem acquirement has pitched a fever… and it’s all due to Casadei’s latest signature stomper – the “Blade Heel.” I remember the moment when I walked into Casadei’s Milanese showroom a couple of season’s back just when the first collection of slicing was born.  The second I stepped into the(…)

Jean Paul Gaultier et Moi

Jean Paul Gaultier et Moi

Since I was a budding teenager, one of the first fashion designers I ever gravitated towards was Jean Paul Gaultier. Besides for the fact that I have been wearing his ‘Classique’ fragrance since the age of 18 (and yes I still wear it now), his aesthetic has always felt like an adrenaline pump, rushing the(…)

Hold it Right There Mister

Hold it Right There Mister

Hello Everyone – I apologize for my extreme delay in posting.  New York Fashion Week has already come and sped away while tomorrow I am off to London to kickoff the European circuit of Fashion Week.  Since this season I am now covering for MarieClaire.com and the New York Post, sadly I won’t be able(…)

Getting Rocky Mountain High in Aspen

Getting Rocky Mountain High in Aspen

Just in case you are planning on attending the Food + Wine Classic in June, I have the ins and outs of Aspen for you! In addition to my Chefs Club article in the New York Post today, I also wrote a what to do, where to stay piece which you may also read online(…)

Chefs Club in Aspen for New York Post

Chefs Club in Aspen for New York Post

It is that time again – New York Post time!  So run out and grab one so you can see my – not one but TWO – articles on what to do in Aspen and where to EAT! We all know how much I love to eat and thanks to Chef’s Club in Aspen, I(…)