Black Friday – Fashion and Beauty Haul

On Black Friday, I did some major shopping. This first item was not brought by me but a Christmas and early birthday gift.


It’s a purple Uniquo down jacket from my friend, Alina. The deep hood is perfect for this weather, it keeps all the wind out. It’s 90% down which keeps me warm and cozy! It wasn’t on sale but it was perfect! Retail: $99.90 Right now on Uniquo it’s on sale for $89.90! But they don’t have this fabulous color online.


I also got these beautiful Fossil bi-fold wallets in Rose Gold and Navy Glitter from Macy’s. I just love how sparkly and bright these colors are. The size is perfect for party use. Retail: $35 – 20% = $30 each



NYFW – Venexiana/Napoleon Perdis 2011 (Part 2)


Look at the line ranks of beautiful designs by Kati Stern! I can’t wait to see the Fashion Show.

Kati Stern and many other people getting the show started and running. But before the actual Fashion Show, they did a quick rehearsal.

Time to check out the stage!

Rehearsal time!

The seats started filling up fast. More

NYFW – Venexiana/Napoleon Perdis 2011 (Part 1)

I was asked by my friend, Chastity from GlitterStyleBuzz to cover the Venexiana Fashion Show from backstage. It was my first time covering a fashion show and none-the-less behind the scene. I was extremely excited and nervous at the same time.

It took me awhile to find the right entrance for the backstage pass.

I finally found it! It was inside a gigantic tent at the back of the Lincoln Center. There were so many buildings that it took me awhile to find the “back” of it.

Upon entering, I met these lovely ladies and they can’t find me on their Backstage Press List! After half an hour of trying to contact Chastity, the problem was resolved. My name was under Napoleon Perdis’ Press List.

All the models looks so pretty without makeup on. I can’t wait to see what they look like after makeup is use.

Everyone was hard at work getting all the models ready for the fashion show.

On one side, Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics makeup artists were working on the models’ makeup.

On the other side, hair stylists of Tela Design Studio by Philip Pelusi were working on the models’ hair.


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