Home Archive for July 2015
A few years ago, I decided to make meditation a part of my daily life, whether it be for 5 minutes or 5 hours. The results have been amazing so, I’ve decided to try my hand at yoga. Why? To improve my posture, strength and flexibility and most important, to keep my mental space clear. Follow along as I begin my journey with tips from sites and yogis I hope to meet and learn from.
New York City Restaurant week has officially started today. Meals at some of NYC's most coveted restaurants are prix fixe with lunch starting at $25 and dinner at $38. It lasts until August 14 and most locations have already provided the menus on the official site. Happy eating. (NYC Go)
Viva Mexico! I took my mom on a weekend trip to Cozumel and it was wonderful!
Although a popular tourist destination, most people visit this part of Mexico by cruise ship so depending where you are on the island, there may be more port than beach.
|Mr. Sanchos Cozumel|
I would come back but it would most likely be on a cruise like the majority of visitors.
Til Next Trip.
Monika Chiang has finally relaunched! The website is now open with all new styles from the Fall
2015 collection, including the highly coveted Imena II gladiator. Most styles are marked coming soon, along with release date and time. There are also sandals available for pre-order. (Monika Chiang)
|Image via instagram: @monikachiangshoes|
Adidas Originals' Pastel Rose collection will be having a pop up shop at Urban Outfitters Herald Square location. The shop is set to last 3 months and kicks off with a party from 7-9pm, Thursday July 16. (Racked NY)
|Images via Adidas|
|“Couture-sculpture: Azzedine Alaïa in the history of fashion” exhibition, Rome|
Azzedine Alaïa's "Couture/Sculpture" exhibition kicked off with a fabulous evening at the Galleria Borghese in Rome. The exhibit runs July 11-October 25, 2015. (WWD)
|Image via WWD|
|Image via WWD|
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The idea of traveling solo can be highly intimidating, especially for a young, female traveler like myself. Here are a few tips from an interview with Zim Ugochukwu, founder of Travel Noire, by curlBox TV that may convince you to take the leap or ease any fears.
Bastille Day is a holiday that celebrates French culture and commemorates the revolution. The official date of Bastille Day is July 14 but in New York City, the celebration will take place on Sunday July 12, 2015.
Festivities run along 60th street between Fifth and Lexington avenue from 12-5pm. For more details and event information see Bastille Day NY.
|Nike. Air Jordan I, 1985. Nike Archives. (Photo: Ron Wood. Courtesy American Federation of Arts/Bata Shoe Museum)|
The Rise of Sneaker Culture Exhibition, which includes about 150 pairs of sneakers, runs July 10-October 4, 2015 at the Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn Museum)