Weekly Outfit: My Daily Look

My daily look

 

This is one of my favorite looks during the fall season and cheetah prints are everywhere! I just had to get these sneakers from Steve Madden and you can mix’n’match it with everything. New York is super chilly now and the blanket scarves are the latest trend in all colors and patterns.

I’ll be traveling to VA/DC for the holiday…Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

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Mike Nichols

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Legendary film and theatre director and producer, actor and comedian passed away on Wednesday. Nichols was one of the twelve to be a prestigious “EGOT” winner — Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. We will never forget you. Rest in peace.

The 13th Hour Exhibition

Can you handle the intense fright and terror from the show, “American Horror Story”. That’s what you can experience at the Last Rites Art Gallery in NYC. I was invited to view the recent exhibition of many talented artists, in particular, Jessica Joslin. She transforms unexpected objects like brass buttons, musical instrument parts, bones, to name a few, into animal figurines that sometimes move, snap or bolt. The gallery contains art and sculpture of the “Darker Side of Art” that is not for the squeamish or little children, but can be a great place for an authentic haunted house adventure during Halloween. It’s complete with skulls, vampires and coffins! I’m fascinated with skull artwork as it represents not only rock and heavy metal music, but also embodies an edgy, avant-garde fashion style like that of Alexander McQueen. (Check out my Last Rites hoodie!)

It’s a small gallery on three floors and the bottom level is a complete tattoo parlor that is a very dark filled room of red burning candles and gothic art. So if you are brave enough and have the courage, go visit this exhibition until the 15th!

 

 

Collage of the Month: Supernova Part 2

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Supernova is back at Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass! All my photos were taken at the first annual New York Festival of Light. Saturday was the last night and I got to spend it with my mom, sister, and grandma who were visiting. This event featured a collection of lighting installations created by local and international lighting designers, performance artists and technologists like Tupac Martir, visual artist and production designer, and lighting director for Elton John, Beyoncé and Sting, to name a few, and Howard Ungerleider, who does architectural lighting, stage lighting, and set design. He presented a high-powered laser light show, complete with smoke, in the Archway at DUMBO.

See the previous post, “Collage of the Month: Supernova”