There is something so fun and amazing about this.
Okay, so only a handful of people will understand that title.
One thing I have realized about all my shoes...
I don't own any black ones! These would definitely
be on my list of dream shoes.
I love the satin and the killer shape!
They are not very practical but they are so pretty.
They could hang out in my closet with all my
other shoes I never wear.
Every one should own a pair of classic black pumps...
Obviously, I need to take my own advice.
I have way too many pictures from backstage at Phillip Lim.
I'm sure some of you will enjoy these anyways.
Immediately after the show, everyone runs backstage to interview the designer.
Front row. I sat in the third row. ;)
I am back in Houston. I've missed almost two weeks of school so I REALLY need to catch up. I promise I will update daily. I also have two more classes starting. I am extremely excited for Advanced Sketching with Marina. Maybe I will start posting sketches soon.
We attended a gallery opening in Chelsea. It was called Ukraine by Juergen Teller.
You might recognize his work mostly from all the Marc Jacobs campaigns.
It seems Michael Stipe (REM) was everywhere during NY fashion week. I first saw
him at the Opening Ceremony party at Webster Hall. He didn't let me take his
picture because he said "it's not a good day." Boo. Luckily, I got one from behind
at this opening.
Juergen Teller and Ashleigh
Ev and Mr. Teller
Did I mention there was free beers?
My camera was being horrible during my whole
trip. I was only able to take a few pictures:
I want this light.
Overall, it was a great experience. My favorites were of Vivienne Westwood,
Bjork and Lily Cole. Definitely check it out if you get a chance.
The Ukraine exhibition will be on view from 7 February – 15 March
in Chelsea at the Lehmann Maupin Gallery.