Monday, June 27, 2016

Bill Cunningham's Last Column For The New York Times

This was Bill Cunningham's last column for The New York Times. Not easy losing somebody anytime, especially when it's from our fashion family. Every time I make posts like Street Style, I will think about Bill. Rest in peace sweet child, l see you on the other side.

Willow Smith for Chanel Eyewear FW 16.17 Campaign by Karl Lagerfeld

Willow Smith for Chanel Eyewear FW 16.17 Campaign by Karl Lagerfeld


Colors give Me Colors Balmain SS'17

Colors give me colors oh yeahh!!
Balmain Spring 2017 looking amazing as EVER! Olivier Rousteing came to this world to make Your dreams come true. Colors and more colors, details and more details. Everything about this collection is nothing, but marvelous, sexy and absolutely FASHIONABLE*

Olivier Rousteing Genius!!

The genius himself Olivier Rousteing designer for the Balmain Paris.

The Goodbye From The New York Times to Bill Cunningham

The final goodbye "On The Street" for our beloved Bill Cunningham in The New York Times, Sunday, June 26, 2016.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

RIP Bill Cunningham

I had the honor to sit next to Bill Cunningham at the Rebecca Minkoff fashion show at NYFW. When l realized it was him, I said, "Oh my God, I can't believe l'm sitting next you Bill!" I got nervous...but Bill said, "Ohhh no, it's all right child. It's all right." Rest in Peace child!

Friday, June 24, 2016

All We Need is Shoes...

Yesterday l had the honor to check out the SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker collection. Her shoes are simply to die for. You could wear one for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Sarah Jessica showed up in person to Bloomingdale's in Aventura Mall, Florida to promote the line. She arrived smiling, shaking everyone hands. l honestly almost died. l adore her and everything she does. The aura of Carrie Bradshaw is still strong with her. l had mini flash back to scenes from the Sex and the City in my head. Oh boy, l couldn't believe she was right there in front of me.

Sarah Jessica signed “SJP” and a heart on each shoe sold. She also signed the box for the lucky ladies who bought her marvelous shoes there.

The collection is nothing but a true reflection of Sarah Jessica - or should l say Carrie Bradshaw? We all know the character of Carrie was crazy for shoes, and we loved that part of her.

The shoes are fabulous with strong colors (I especially love the hot pink). They are absolutely girly and wearable. Ladies, you must have it!




P.S. - Special thanks to Dana L. Weiss for putting this great event together.