Mojitos on Jeju Island anyone?
Win a chance to live out your Korean travel dreams by playing games inspired by the hit international Netflix show. The Korea Tourism Organization New York Office is inviting 80 people to visit Korean attractions in New York City and play fun Korean games. First prize is a round-trip flight to Korea!Read the rest of this entry
While taking photos of men’s and women’s street style at New York Fashion Week this season, I also stumbled upon a number of male models off-duty. Found after presentations at New York Men’s Day and shows from Richard Chai and Lacoste, see over 20 different models I spotted:
Pictured: Ilir Shanja, Abiah Hostvedt and Trevor Feehan
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Along with shooting men’s street style, I also shot women’s and published some on Latina.com this week. Above is one of my favorite finds from the set with more selects below, plus other women’s street style moments and models that I stumbled upon such as Lexi Boling after the Lacoste Fall/Winter 2015 presentation and Grace Mahary (below) after Public School’s.
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More backstage and collection photos from Ovadia & Sons Fall/Winter 2015 below: Read the rest of this entry
More backstage and collection photos from Billy Reid Fall/Winter 2015 below: Read the rest of this entry
More backstage photos from Lacoste Fall/Winter 2015 below: Read the rest of this entry
Just published a street style set for Out.com today, so wanted to share my favorites from it along with other fantastic menswear style I came across this season.
See over 20 more men’s street style examples below! (Updated 2/19)
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Over at the Refinery Rooftop at the Refinery Hotel, Gilded Age held its Fall/Winter 2015work wear-inspired collection. Designer Stefan Miljanic was influenced by the 1954 film “On the Waterfront”, which resulted in the use of dark tones the included navy, olive, black, grey and rusty reds. Various denim styles, chunky cashmere sweaters, textured railroad stripe and oxford pants, and printed plaid shirts made up the collection along with outerwear styles of lightly padded parkas, plaid jackets, wool pea coats, and a solid and textured reversible wool bomber. The looks were accessorize with Walk Over Shoes and Kyu Melange leather bags.
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As another New York Fashion Week season approaches as does another round of street style shooting – so I figured I’d put together a photographer look. Functionally and flexibility are key for hunting street style, and blending in doesn’t hurt. With a neutral color palette of brown, black, grey and navy, it doesn’t hurt to add a little life to an overall look through accessories. Read the rest of this entry
As a travel freelance writer and blogger, time zone changes can get annoying. I’m often good a changing my watch and phone when readying to take off, but I sometimes do forget and can get worried if I’m catching another flight in a new time zone and I forget about the time change. It happens when there’s just an hour difference, and while it usually gets worked out within 10 minutes or so, there’s really no need for the worrying to occur. Now with the Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch, wearers don’t ever have to worry about remembering any time zone changes. Trust me, it came in handy for me when I was recently in Vancouver coming from Budapest. Read the rest of this entry