Thursday, September 13, 2012
I just want to say I am very VERY disappointed in Atlanta for Fashions Night Out. It was dead. When it started here in Atlanta three years ago it was a very huge turnout with the entire city being crowded full of excitement and creation. Damn near every store participated. The only thing I was happy about was my outfit. I did go for that European Boy look with the dark denim, blazer, graphic tee, and some vintage suede Farragamo loafers. This year just sucked. I LITTERALLY counted down for FNO and clearly that was a waste. Hopefully next year I will be in NY for FNO just to get the experience which I am sure it is BIGGER and better.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
There is never a better collaboration when it comes down to fashion and charity. Jeffrey Kalinsky, the fashion guru reached his 20th year within his charity event "Jeffrey Fashion Cares" in which he partnered up with Susan G. Komen to raise money for cancer. Atlanta's most famous faces such as Marlo Hampton and Cynthia Bailey from
The Real Housewives of Atlantashowed up for the support. It was definitely a room full of money. I say this because tickets were $500 and up and people were bringing their children, not a child but children and you know those seats were not free I am not even hating I would have done the same thing. Not only was their a live auction but there were also a fashion show. I had a pleasure of being able to work with this event and it will not be my last time.
Who doesn't love to attend a magazine launch? Especially when it begins it one city and goes international. The Eide Magazine Launch Party were held at Whiskey Blue in Buckhead. I met the editor and I must say she is one hell of a character. She has no filter in which is what I love most. Check out the live interview down below.