Photos by Jonathan
Shoes: G.H. Bass & Co.
Another concert, another pair of sore toes. Saturday, my brother and I went to a Crystal Castles concert at Terminal 5. One word to describe the night: ACE. The music was unbelievable; it should be a crime to not have danced. I was surprised I had enough energy to keep dancing until 2am, especially since Destructo and Sinden, who opened for Crystal Castles, performed so phenomenally. I left with a muffled sound in my ears and my new Crystal Castles t-shirt. I guess you could say it was an incredible evening.
Last Wednesday, my brother and I spent the rest of the afternoon and evening at Central Park Summerstage. Awesome food and music! Performing were Hot Chip, Holy Ghost!, and Hercules and Love Affair. We commenced our late afternoon excitement with some veggie dogs and complimentary coconut water, then wandered across the fake lawn (fawn?). And ate a cup of banana chip ice cream, can’t ignore the ice cream! The entire night was fantastic, and we left after Hot Chip’s encore with sore toes and complete clamminess. But it was utterly worth it.
Last night, my friend Cara and I went to another, but smaller concert at Webster Hall. We didn’t take pictures of the bands but still had a rad time jumping around and avoiding being shoved by sporadic and sort of fake mosh pits (fosh pits? mosh fits?). On the bright side, we went to Momofuku for a lovely pre-concert meal. We shared a bowl of soft serve, that was of a very peculiar flavor. I often enjoy tasting new flavors, especially when it comes to frozen yogurt, but their soft serve flavor was Sweet Pea. I honestly can’t say if I liked it or not, it was just…different. Also found my new favorite market and a Chinese bistro that’s supposedly really good called Plump Dumpling, possible deliciousness?
Purse: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Loafers: Vintage Ralph Lauren
Tshirt: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Shorts: Vintage Jil Sander
Purse: Vintage Dooney & Bourke
Shoes: G.H. Bass & Co.
What better to do than to watch a beautiful film on a beautiful Sunday! Especially if that means watching Woody Allen’s Manhattan. Besides the fact that I simply adore old films, I am utterly enamored of Woody Allen movies. This movie in particular, Manhattan, stars Woody Allen (of course), Diane Keaton, and Meryl Streep. The entire movie is lovely, wonderful, and perfectly quirky. I guess you could say its a film about romance, but it’s a bitter-sweet tale of a man’s love for the city.
Because the movie was made in the late 70s, the way the characters dressed illustrated that specific moment in time. Loved it! Woody Allen wore his signature glasses throughout the entire movie, while Diane Keaton constantly wore a crisp blouse with a broad-shouldered blazer. Meryl Streep, with her long luscious hair, wore silky blouses and long skirts. And the young Mariel Hemingway, who played Tracy, also dressed beautifully. If you haven’t seen this movie or even heard of it, then you must watch this delightful film!
Manhattan isn’t just great, it’s the kind of movie that makes you wish you’d made it. No, I’ll go further still: Manhattan makes you wish you were a better person. ~Neil Labute, filmmaker
Get excited! Free People is launching a new collection of hand picked vintage items, and this lovely collection arrives in exactly a week! The name of the line, Vintage Loves, is one that I love because you all know how much I love vintage. The line consists of dainty dresses, handmade jewelry(!), beautiful blouses, and leather purses. So if you like any of these things, visit FreePeople.com on August 9th. Till then, enjoy the video!