Today was inspiring! Every time after being really down, there’s that amazing moment when you know you’ll be okay. This song makes it that much more real.
Thanks world, for bringing . . . → Read More: Friday Music – Shake It Out – Florence and the Machine
This week I went out with a guy named D. He IMed me while I was online, sans messaging. It’s not the classiest move, but I went with it. Within a few IMs I found out he was a Yale alum and a 3rd year Harvard law student, home in the village for winter break. “Oh. . . . → Read More: D-Date
There is no denying that Sir Kanye West is a trendsetting musician for nearly a decade now and created a legend for himself, but can he do the same and break into the fashion industry and trend set down the runways? He featured his second Fall 2012 Ready to Wear collection in Paris and seems to . . . → Read More: Kanye West
L and I started message bonding over farming. One thing that sets me a bit apart from your typical Barnard broad is my love of the great outdoors. True, I grew up in the Bronx — not quite your rolling hills of Switzerland — but still, I took classes at the Bronx Botanical Gardens as a . . . → Read More: My 1-Week Relationship
Ralph Lauren is the epitome of American Couture and still leaves millions of loyal fans world wide, breathless with his Fall 2012 collection. How does one man re-invent him self season after season, since the late 1960′s? My only answer that I can come up with is because he is simply a genius and that he’s . . . → Read More: Ralph Lauren
One wine-drunken evening my suitemate Em convinced me to join OkCupid, and let me tell you, it’s a win-win of a website. The way I see it, there are two kinds of messages a girl can get. 1) Creeptastic. 2) Kind of charming. While the creeptastic ones keep you laughing, the kind of charming ones often . . . → Read More: First Date Soul Mate
Who would’ve thought a designer as FIERCE as Christian Siriano would design his latest Fall 2012 collection based on an idiosyncratic horror film from 1933, The Vampire Bat? He continues to prove to be a front runner in the up and coming fashion world with his perfect take on balancing between 1930′s vintage glamour and modern . . . → Read More: Christian Siriano Fall 2012
If only I could live according to Ayn Rand’s ethics—I would spend more time intellectually stroking my ego and actually believing I came to where I am now, all on my own. If I was an objectivist I’d go on thinking I lived in a world without systematic poverty, elderly, children, and those born lame and . . . → Read More: Death and Taxes
This column is calling. Calling all girls who don’t hit the bar just to show off overexposed thighs and thong lines; calling all girls who don’t drool over the kind of guy who will kick them out before breakfast (come on, he should at least buy you chocolate-chip-hangover pancakes first) . . . and calling all . . . → Read More: Female Trouble – Uptown Lowdown Comes to Pomp!
…That is right around the corner! Today’s fashion post is dedicated to the fabulous weather in NYC as well as an understated accessory that may or may not (yet) be in every woman’s closet, the over-sized, Floppy Hat. For colder weather and especially during the snow I never leave my house without my heavy duty and super . . . → Read More: Dreaming of Summer…