Diesel showcased their feminine, make-up inspired Summer collection at their Lexington & 60th store.
Fresh colours, bleached splatters, and ‘The Jean that Kate Middleton Wore’.
Every girl knows you’ve got to try on at least a dozen pairs (if not more) before you find the right one. Pretty PR girls, fashion editors, and bloggers had loads of fun testing out fits and washes.
Susie G trendstarting the dropped-crotch pinstripe jeans for the evening.
Patrick, Diesel’s denim buyer, was on hand to help us with our picks.
Make Up Forever gave mini-makeovers to complement the denim line’s cosmetics influences.
I fell for their intense orange lippy.
Cory Kennedy brought along friends and caught up with Nylon editor, Dani Stahl.
The pair I picked, ‘Hushy’. Light, light wash with pastel water-coloured streaks. Reminds me of a rainbow sno-cone.
Approval from Dani, the event’s star stylist, rocking her distressed aqua Diesels.
For more on Powder – the Diesel Spring/Summer line click here.
This entry was written by Events, Fashion, New York and tagged Cory Kennedy, Dani Stahl, Diesel USA, Jeans, Make Up Forever, Susie G, The Powder of Diesel. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on April 29, 2011 at 2:02 am, filed under
Together at last. If only via iChat.
I have 5 BBM chats left open on my blackberry.
It currently reads:
All of whom are presently in LA. If home is where the heart is, then I’ve gotta get myself back to the best coast.
Avec Olivier. New York, je t’adore.
I tweeted “Am I ashamed or amazed at how quickly I pulled together a prom look from my closet? ”
Who doesn’t like prom? I LOVE PROM.
The Standard’s staff babes. Love their Sailor Striped uniforms!
Prom princess and priestess.
This entry was written by Events, Joey Ng, New York and tagged American Apparel, Blossom Hair Clip, Joey Ng, Le Bain, Multi-Layered Reversible Petticoat, Small Girls PR, Styleite, Susie G, The Standard Hotel, Tumblr, Unisex Sailor Stripe Long Sleeve Pullover. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on at 1:09 am, filed under
Went to support our girl, Carrie Weidner, whose styling work was showing at Milk Gallery Underground.
Opening party with PBR sipping creative folk.
This entry was written by Events, Joey Ng, New York, Photos and tagged American Apparel, Carrie Weidner, Clay Murphy, Medium Leather Carry-All Pouch, MGU, Milk Gallery, Olivier Zahm. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on April 21, 2011 at 7:28 pm, filed under
Have a towel handy.
What a dream girl.
Sometimes I feel like I have no friends. Like when they desert me to do better things with their lives (I’m projecting here, duh).
Then I remember that they’re all just globe-trotting, ass-kicking, cool as shit em-effers.
And only a skype or ichat click away.
Seoul, San Francisco, Vancouver, Los Angeles loves.
I’ve just realised that I’m only friends with really white people and sharks.
You’ve just realised that I take screenshots of video chats like a creepy nutso-n-so.
I just miss you, is all.
Marissa’s left me for LA. I’m so lonesome I could cry.
I’m just going to sit here and look at photos of us together. Having fun together.
In New York City.
At the Boom Boom Room.
Maybe now I’ll go through my Netflix instant play queue and watch all the videos she’s played on my account.
Just to feel closer to her.
Ease the pain.
Tomorrow I’ll go to the department store. Ask for a sample of Tom Ford’s Black Orchid.
Spray it into my blankie.
And smother myself in her scent.
Launched with an art exhibit by Craig Costello at 18 Wooster – Spray Paint the Walls.
With Wendy Lam [nitrolicious.com], recently connected with her again in NYC for the first time in years.
Known this little miss for over a decade! Looking like a cutie pie in her American Apparel wool cape.
Susie G with her new 21 Jump Street bob haircut and friend, Clay Murphy.
I miss wearing these sequined shorts. Always accessorize with psychosis.
Lucky number 3.
Adorable baby girl. Have been noticing a lot of parents in the art crowd bringing their kids along. Coolest toddlers ever.
Band of beer.
CREEP killing it with their performance. Moody and enchanting within the painted space.
Lauren Dillard of CREEP. Skeleton leggings? Yes!
Kevin Leong [Fold Your Paper] and his baby, Change the Pomeranian. She was fresh out from the groomers. Can’t handle the cute.
According to Susie G, we had infiltrated Babe Fort Knox that evening. Mmhmm.
This entry was written by Art, Babes, Events, Friends, Joey Ng, New York, Photos and tagged 18 Wooster, Asahi, Beer, Clay Murphy, Craig Costello, Creep, Fold Your Paper, G-Shock, Jeremiah Griffiths, Joey Ng, Kevin Leong, Krink, Lauren Dillard, New York City, Nitrolicious, Soba Eshima, Susie G, Tribeca, Wendy Lam. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on April 11, 2011 at 6:17 am, filed under