@nyigf RECAP: The New York International Gift Fair
After a very rainy week, there was finally a sunny day yesterday!
We headed down to the Javits Center to see all that is new in gift, home and lifestyle products. This show was HUGE. We were able to hit Pier 94, the 3000’s and the 7000’s. It was crazy. I am sad that I missed the baby and the jewelry sections but I had a lot of fun and met some amazing vendors!
I will be highlighting some of my favorite products in upcoming posts but here is a sneak peek!
More over at NBRHD.com
Don’t miss the next one NYIGF Future Dates: January 28 – February 2, 2012 More info @NYIGF
@DieselUSA Union Square
Diesel throws cool parties with off the wall folks and all round dopeness most corps aren’t able to pull off. There was a watch giveaway (which my friend won!), aura reading, psychics, photobooths and Ty-Ku drinks!
and the ‘mood cups’ that change color depending on temperature! dope!
the bro-sis duo with the best elevator pitch you ever heard
love their beautiful aura!
getting my aura read… pretty cool stuff!
thanks Diesel! See you at the next one 🙂 more photos from the event here on my facebook
Amanda, Founder of MUFE Dany Sanz and Me!
What a cutie!
Amanda getting Neon’d
Dany being interviewed
Studs + Flats
The amazing PR girls of MUFE!
French Macaroons? Oui oui!
Ben Sherman Music Charity Initiative
Ben Sherman has partnered with Lifebeat, the music industry’s response to AIDS prevention and education. We’ve gathered bespoke memorabilia from around the world from some of the world’s biggest names in music from Mark Ronson, Coldplay, Panic! at the Disco, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Emmylou Harris, Futureheads, Jack Penate, James Blunt, The Kooks, Mary Wilson, The Monkees, Noah & The Whale, Paul Weller, Pete and the Pirates, Ronnie Wood, Stereophonics, We are Scientists, among many, many others.
Our participating musicians have each signed a guitar pick and hand-written a note on where they last used the pick. These along with a photograph of him/herself have been placed in custom frames. Ben Sherman will host an in-store exhibition on the 17th of May at Ben Sherman Soho, 96 Spring Street, from 7 to 9 pm to create awareness for the initiative. This is open to the public. The memorabilia will auction off on ebay starting on May 29th with all proceeds going to Lifebeat.
On May 18th, NYC lumieres will gather at a star-studded concert at the Gramercy Theatre. Guests will enjoy performances by the original American MC of Brooklyn, Talib Kweli, UK band Graffiti6 who was selected by MTV (you guys) as an artist to watch in 2011. Rounding out the evening are DJ sets by Josh Madden and DJ DL. The evening will be hosted by comedian John Roberts, known as Linda on Bob’s Burgers. A menu of delightfully sinful drinks will be served to those 21-and-over.
DJ Josh Madden
The Make Up Show NYC
The Make Up Show is this weekend! Get your tickets here: http://themakeupshow.com
Beauty Bloggers and Vloggers gathered today to hear from James Vincent. Look at all these cuties!
I met Miss Purse Buzz! Love her!
Justin Bridges of www.tuckedstyle.com
Can’t wait to see all the innovative new products this weekend!
Follow @TheMakeupShow and me of course @HeyDoYou
A.E.R Walk with Style GalaProfessional Athletes & Fashion Designers Keep Alive The 3rd Annual A.E.R Walk Style Charity EventThe Tesla Group’s 3rd Annual“Walk with Style” Fashion Gala benefiting “CancerCare.”February 25, 2011-NEW YORK, NY- With the success of the 1st and 2nd annual “Walk With Style” charity events held in honor of lung cancer recipients and survivors, The Tesla Group announces their return with the 3rd annual benefit on March 31, 2011 at the Hudson Terrace. This year the beneficiary organization CancerCare will also participate as a Co-host, along with Fashion designers Ali Ro and Hyden Yoo.The Tesla Group has set 2011 as a benchmark year for raising funds to support CancerCare. Last year’s hosts Hilary Rhoda (supermodel) and Kerry Rhodes (Arizona Cardinals) helped raise awareness about the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women. This year we want to focus on achieving our fundraising goals to sustain CancerCare’s free professional support services to anyone affected by cancer. Now with the full support of CancerCare, the gala has expanded its fashion and entertainment segments to ensure “the city that never sleeps, will once again embark on a night to remember while raising funds in support of people facing lung cancer.There will be a luxurious Champagne & Chocolates V.I.P reception hosted by CancerCare’s Junior Committee, Sports Illustrated model Julie Henderson and New York Jets pro bowler Damien Woody with V.I.P. attendees escorted onto the red carpet. Back by popular demand is MIXT dance, providing the opening performance for our explosive runway show. Designer Ali Ro’s. “Ali Ro’s Collection” of contemporary dresses weaves together the energy of young Hollywood style icons with the ease and smart fashion sense of the classic woman. The collection has been seen on a number of celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Denise Richards, Sophia Bush, Anna Lyn McCord, and Vanessa Williams. Celebrity makeup artist Victoria Stiles enhances the runway models again for the 3rd consecutive year, along with Emmy Award winner and founder of “Paint and Powder Cosmetics”, Suzanne Patterson who will also lend her support and presence this year to the event.With the consistent support from professional athletes increasing the number of males attending the event, The Tesla Group will also introduce Hyden Yoo’s menswear collection, adding a stylish spring touch to the itinerary. Hyden Yoo’s design philosophy continues to help men transition from day-into-night by utilizing subtle details to create modern silhouettes from classic tailored sportswear pieces. Hyden Yoo’s collection has been featured in Details, GQ, Nylon Guys, Antenna, Complex and more.Guests of the 3rd Annual “Walk With Style” event will enjoy the sleek and sophisticated rooftop ambiance of the Hudson Terrace. Complimentary passed hors’ d oeuvres provided by Artistic Events along with a full open bar. The official A.E.R celebrity DJ Mad Linx returns as the ultimate party rocker to keep guests moving throughout the night. In addition A.E.R replaces its vendor booths, with stylish cabanas in which sponsors can provide product sampling and mini services. CancerCare will also host a cabana with a number of raffle items from companies such as Juicy Couture, NBA, HBO, Tom Ford, The Daily Show, Marie Robinson Salon, and Korres to name a few. Add in an official after party, V.I.P gift bags, and guests will once again be delightfully thrilled.New sponsor for this year’s event includes: BBRAXTON, Parlux, Sally Hansen, Magners, Chelsea Taylor, Woozie, PopChips, Thermos, Farouk Systems Group, Brooks Brothers, Moet Chandon, Le Creuset, Luxx Chocolat. Additional sponsors, celebrity participants and ticket information can be found athttp://www.aerevent.com/With over 20-30 celebrities who support the event each year, The Tesla Group is in the process of securing two additional host to the event and will make an official announcement within the coming weeks. The Tesla Group remains committed to providing awareness and fundraising support to CancerCareand will once again be donating event proceeds to the national non-profit organization which has been in existence since 1944. To learn more visit http://www.cancercare.org/ or call 1-800-813-HOPE (4673).About The Tesla GroupThe Tesla Group is a boutique PR, Branding & Events company specializing in music, fashion, sports, and lifestyle brands within the entertainment industry. Its mission is to provide unique and innovative means for brand awareness, fully promoting products and services for both individuals and businesses while playing a part in community affairs.About CancerCareCancerCare is a national nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides free, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers, children, loved ones, and the bereaved. CancerCare programs—including counseling and support groups, education, financial assistance and practical help—are provided by professional oncology social workers and are completely free of charge. Founded in 1944, CancerCare provided individual help to more than 100,000 people last year, in addition to the more than 1 million unique visitors to our websites.