Korilla BBQ Korean galbi and bulgogi tacos FTW!

I did a piece about the Korilla BBQ taco truck for Memorial Day. We grilled up some Korean BBQ tacos in the NYC-classic food truck.

I had the best time putting together this piece, mainly because I ended up eating a ton of Korean/Mexican food. cheese+koreanbbq+kimchi+tortilla cant be beat. yumyumyum

Here’s the link!
Korilla BBQ for Memorial Day

Special thanks to Eddie Song and Paul Lee for doing the piece with me

I miss fashion week

Yes, yes I know that I am always running around and a crazy person during fashion week (and sometimes during not-fashion-week) But this photo by my amazing photographer friend has brought back memories. And now I want to see pretty clothing on the runway and designers yelling at makeup artists and models pretending to eat backstage.

And I’m obviously texting Anna Wintour. Duh.

(hehe)

Shoes, Shoes, and More Shoes

First of all… I love that fashion is art and art inspires fashion and fashion and art can hold hands and skip across our world.

These custom-made Christian Louboutin pointe slippers are just gorgeous.

In other news, for mother’s day I bought my mom lunch.
For kicks, my mom and I bought me new Chanel shoes. I think I made out pretty well this mother’s day, despite not being a mom 🙂

Happy Mother’s Day to all! ❤

D-I-Y Finger Knit Pillow

Ok so i have about a ZILLION projects I need to do-myself.
But i love this one because it is just so simple and easy to do, and makes for such a sophisticated pillow!

You can finger knit the strips (or even better, get a bunch of friends/kids to help, bc that part is oh so much fun) then you just sew together into a pillowcase.

Brilliant

For the full tutorial, click here: http://www.designsponge.com/2012/05/diy-project-chunky-finger-knit-pillow.html#more-135627

Hanging out with Walter Baker

Had a great time with one of my fave designers, Walter Baker, last night.
I cover his collection every season during fashion week – and everyone knows his show is always a party – but the clothes are also lovely.
http://thewaltercollection.com/

Anyway, I’m obsessed with the yellow bowler bag in his new handbag line.

How cute is that?

Speaking of making flowers… Calla Lillies!

How flipping cute are these?!
with just some paper, string, and crepe paper you can make these gorgeous little flowers.

Just insert the small sliver of yellow crepe paper, fold the large paper around in lily shape, then as you make more, staple them all together.
finally, add a green leaf, punch a hole through it all, and tie with a ribbon. what a pretty adornment to any given package!

Mother’s Day Gifts!

I shot a segment today with In Touch Weekly’s Noah Levy about some awesome mother’s day gifts.

The best thing is, I got some discount codes out of it – so I am happy to share with you guys who want to save some $

Heres the complete list of all the gifts WITH SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODES
Andaz Hotel and Spa – $65 cucumber melon body scrub. And an extra 10% for the month of May in honor of all mothers. When booking, mention NY1 for the discount. www.andaz.com

Mario Badescu Skincare – $65 Basic European Facial for Mom http://www.mariobadescu.com

Phytomer Skin and Body – Oligomer Well-Being Duo Shower and Body Cream with a 20% savings retailing for $77. Now through mother’s day, if you order $100 or more on www.lespausa.com you’ll receive a FREE silk robe.

Annieglass “Text” Collection Glass Letters – $50 per letter, handmade in California. www.annieglass.com

Harney & Sons – $29 Tea and Cookies for Mom. The SoHo store is located at 433 Broome St. www.harneyandsons.com (212) 933-4853.

Tavalon Tea – $50 Mother’s Day Sampler Gift Set Deluxe includes a Gift Set of 3 teas and a Tea Pot www.tavalon.com

Allison Parris Fashion – $75 Chain Belt with Grosgrain Ribbon. NY1 viewers get 50% off through mother’s day with code “NY1” at check out. http://www.allisonparris.com/

Of A Kind – $80 Gemini Pouches and $98 Catch All Totes http://ofakind.com

Upcycling Water Bottles into Flowers!

I love DIY stuff and Oh Happy Day! had this great idea for what to do with old water bottles, aside from, of course, throwing them in your recycle bin.

I dont think I’ll be making a random chandelier out of these, considering the lack of space in my NYC apt… BUT… I do think they would make lovely adornments to gift wrap. wouldnt you agree?
Great idea!