Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Take A Walk On the Wild Side

Well, it certainly has been awhile. Having taken a walk on the wild side, I encountered flowers and fashion. Going into Spring, mother nature herself dressed for the occasion; inspiring other fashionistas to up the ante. 

Can you spot the bag? 

Formal pieces paired with casual jeans was the look for men; pairing denim with dress shoes, scarves tying looks together and topped off with fantastic hats. 



Women went for a more feminine look with flirty skirts, however patriotic pants was a style not to be overlooked.



A beautiful sunset

And an even more beautiful full moon.

Friday, January 20, 2012

A Little Village in a Big City

On a cold winter day in January, this New Yorker went for a stroll in the West Village. Along with Marc Jacobs stores, leather jackets too seemed to be popping up on every corner and despite the cold, bright colors seemed to be keeping people in good spirits. Hints of tangerine orange and ruby red spruced up the street. Being that it is New York however, these bright colors only accented a black ensemble. 

No better way to stay warm than with fabulous, multi colored mittens. 

These pants are anything but dull. 

And even dinosaurs know how to accessorize. 


Wednesday, December 21, 2011


As the holidays are fast approaching, I took this as an opportunity to capture LOL-lots of lights! From the bright and shining full moon that hung over the Flatiron building, to the tree at Rockefeller center, there were plenty of bright images to be captured. The holiday window displays too were truly phenomenal as something as simple as a painted coffee cup could easily be Breakfast at Tiffany's (although the Tiffany's window displays weren't too shabby either, with gemstones that only a carousel horse could bear the weight of). 

Not a painting, but a sunset sky in Manhattan


Washington Square Park

A Collage of Cups

The beautiful Rockefeller Center

and what a tree!

Who knew a tree so big could fit in a snowglobe

Some holiday decoration.

And some very large ornaments and lights that could only fit on a giant tree.

Lego store Paparazzi.

Radio City, truly spectacular. 

Uniqlo, the largest store on 5th avenue


These "haute" purses are actually candles.

Tiffany & Co. 

The gemstone that broke the horses back.

A giant Jadore bottle illuminated the front of Dior, with a twin reflection across the street.

A life-sized Kaleidoscope in FAO Schwartz.

And a Happy Chanukah, the world's largest Menorah across the street from the Plaza Hotel.