Over the summer I made a quick trip to my favorite bustling city Manhattan with my dad after attending a wedding on the Jersey Shore. This post also gives me an excuse to share a classic hit by iconic rapper and New York native Jay-Z. My trip began with a Chinatown bus adventure and ended with a mother f**ker with a hat. The trip may have also involved a meeting inside the Empire State building, walking into a free concert on the street, catching a Broadway show or two, sampling some of the island’s finest cuisine, cosmos ala some fabulous New Yorkers we all know and love, morning runs in Central Park, a Papaya Dog, and tea at the Plaza. The cherry on top of the cosmo was meeting the ridiculously good-looking, talented charmer, and star of the Broadway hit Catch Me if You Can, Aaron Tveit. You may recognize him as Tripp Vanderbilt on Gossip Girl, I mean if you actually watch that show. I was also thrilled to meet up with an old friend from high school and one of the most sophisticated and cultured girls I know, Sylvana. We had the most delightful day picnicking in Central Park and visiting one of my favorite museums, The Met. The NYU alum and art historian took me on a grand tour of the museum which included viewing an Alexander McQueen exhibit highlighting the life of the brilliant designer and visionary. We were even able to get a photo on the Met steps ala some other tres fab girls that rule the Upper East Side every Monday night. Come on you know you love them. xo
Fever. Happy birthday baby boy! You may legal today, but you will always be super cute, super sweet and an inspiration to us all. We love you! Here’s a look back on his first appearance on Ellen before he was the mega star he is now and when he still had those epic bangs.
It’s the Biebs’s birthday today and what would be a better way to spend it than on the Ellen show? Ellen of course made the bday boy’s day extra special with some toys, surprises, and a song performed by Megan Mullally, her own Bieber version of the classic
*This post is dedicated to all of those bieblievers out there 🙂
Merry Leap Day everyone! Do something cray cray today! Real life is for March…nothing on leap day counts 😉
Midnight in Paris was released I could not wait to see it. From the cinematography, to the costumes, story, humor and music this delightful film totally exceeded my expectations. Woody Allen you’ve done it again. I feel like the filmmaker must have catered this film just for me. Then just when I thought the film could not get anymore amazing I came across this little gem of a video on the internet. This viral video which was created by the brilliantly witty and talented Maxwell Gray, is a mashup of Woody Allen’s 2011 film and Jay-Z and Kanye’s siiiiick track “N*ggas in Paris.” The video even incorporates my favorite comedy duo J.B. Smoove and Larry David. Nuff said. It’s all of my favorite things from last year wrapped up into one awesome video. I mean that shit kray.
I know its cliche but j’aime Paris and just think it is an enchanting place. I’ve been lucky and able to spend some summers in this city and each time my obsession with this place intensifies. For this reason when the film