SO I HAD SORT OF AN EPIC DAY.
David Karp, founder and CEO of tumblr, and a really nice guy.
They told me that David would not be doing interviews, that there was no way I…
I completed my viewing of Delibes’ ballet Sylvia several days after I began it, still completely unaware of the ballet’s plot, background or influences. And by the end of the long performance, I still had no idea what was going on.
I bought the ballet Sylvia by Leo Delibes for my Kindle Fire to amuse myself with this week for my internship. I purposefully avoided details of the ballet so I could try and figure out what was going on. I’m not quite done, but this is what I have so far:
The women in line ahead of me were wearing furs and one was carrying a Chanel clutch. My outfit consisted of treasured finds from H&M, Target, Gap and Macy’s.
What the hell was I doing at Fashion Week.
I have Things To Say about this (cultural appropriation/classical influence, Madonna’s Superbowl Greatest Hits medly, MIA being a jerk) but I need to work on a web design project right now.
The amount of press attention Downton Abbey is receiving is astounding, so I won’t hash it out any more here.
The Artist! I saw it! I have thoughts!
Sorry for spamming twitter today! A lot happened and tweeting something on my phone instantly is pretty satisfying. Twitter is so addictive for me.
So my day. No, it wasn’t horribly awful and I’m not going to do a Bexy rant in the tags. It actually had some really good moments, so I want to write about those.
I have been to New York many, many times, but I have felt more attuned to the city over the past month alone than I have over the past 13 years. Even though I got lost a few minutes ago on the way back to my hotel (it is dark, raining, and the West Village has weird streets, okay?), and walking around is exhausting and my Longchamp kills my back, there are some things that were just plain good.
I am very scared.
I am going to a gallery opening in Chelsea tonight for Chris Martin (not of the polarizing Coldplay), a Brooklyn-based painter.