NYFW: Day 1

Starting off the weekend with no sleep was probably not my greatest idea. But, I was so excited for today that I couldn’t sleep the night before. Being in the city has been everything I imagined and more. We started our day with a very aesthetically pleasing lunch at Rustic Table and then headed to Times Square.


Today my pants were a big hit. They got many compliments and somewhat on earth are you wearing” looks, but I didn’t mind because I was obsessed with my floral Nasty Gal pants.


After touring Times Square, we rested up to get ready for Dahlia Razook’s show at the Plaza. I personally was starstruck that I was in Eloise’s hotel. At the Dahlia Razzook Presentation, we saw dresses that were designed for Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, and more. It was mind-blowing. We also got the chance to speak to the designers in the very intimate penthouse setting. Her attention to detail was incredible and it was awe inspiring to see couture dresses up so close.


Next, we went to dinner at Sushi Yasuda. I am not very educated on sushi and Japanese cuisine but it was amazing. The restaurant had a very modern ambiance and delicious sushi and it was fun to step out of my comfort zone. After dinner, I finally got to meet Sakura in person after all of these months. Her Midori Linea Jewelry Showcase was at the W downtown. It was so fun to meet new people and see her amazing jewelry. In just one day, I’m ready to move here. The day was definitely a success and I cannot wait to share with you day two!


P.S. I had to add that I devoured Carlos’ Bakery treats. Definitely lived up to my eight-year-old self’s expectations.

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