When I saw her face… I’m a believer.
Just walking up West Broadway and Americk doing what he does. And you know, me dishing out advice.
You may have bared witness to my excitement upon receiving my Yvonne Kai Lipgloss samples. When she asked me which colors I wanted to try, I knew it was a trick question; cause I had to have them all!
I’m a sucker for red, so naturally I tried the “Ain’t No Wifey” Lippie first.
The color looks great. Give it a good shake and it goes on nice and easy. No yucky fragrance, stickiness or taste… Did I mention it’s paraben free??
What do you think?
For more details on how you can get your hands on an Yvonne Kai Lippie contact me, or Yvonne of course 🙂
Well done Ms. Kai!
peace, love and health
This February, the Salt Space is excited to present work from The African American Art Collective in an exhibition that celebrates Black History Month by featuring the work of young African American artists within our community. This exhibition includes a diverse collection of works that feature a rich vision of a young generation.
Here are my favorite pieces…
The Dj chilling on a stool 🙂
The beautiful artsy crowd
Sponsored by Terra Fossil Wines
The Salt Space Gallery will be open Tuesdays – Fridays 11:00AM– 5:00PM from Friday, February 4 until Friday, February 25.
More information here
Celebrate Black History everyday.
Last week miss @bodynoise and I went to Cafetasia for some pad thai and boy time.
Hers was exceptionally excited to visit NYC and a medley of Japanese x Scottish x Trini. Mine was falling asleep. Seriously, he was. But alas…dessert came and all is well.
It is amazing and this is what it looks like.
So basically they take a ball of ice cream, dip it in batter, fry it, pour alcohol on it and then douse it in flames. So awesome. It’s the best $5 you will ever spend.
There’s a video.. it’s coming!
Social Media and Social Styling: Can The Next Rachel Zoe Be Found Online?, Hosted by Hearst
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst
First stop, Columbus Circle! Today was the first day of Social Media Week New York.
The first thing you do is press 44 at the Hearst elevator… Then they tell you which one to go up. K it is!
up up we go and the view is spectacular!
Automatic blinds and windows… Cool
The biggest takeaway – Unless stores figure out a way to make money while they are closed, they will not be able to compete with what’s happening online and in the social space.
Luxury brands like Tom Ford, Hermes and Burberry are careful in the social space – Do they really want to democratize their brand?
Anyone with a genuine voice will find an audience. Keep on… See you this week!
PS: This is what I wore…
Kristine Welker of Hearst Digital talking about Social Shopping
Social media enthusiasts! Yipee!