Oscars Red Carpet Predictions

The Oscars are this weekend! We all know it’s going to (finally) be Leo’s year with his amazing part in “The Revenant”. But, besides seeing my ultimate celebrity crush receive his much anticipated golden man, I’m ecstatic for the Red Carpet! It’s like Cinderella watching all of the beautiful gowns walk that red runway. So,…

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Lessons in Love from Sex and the City

I love the show. You love the show. Hell, even we agree the second movie was pretty good, entertaining at least! And you know why we love Sex and the City? Because it teaches us, women, that we are not totally crazy. Things good are going to happen, and things bad are going to happen,…

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More on the Theory of Love

There is a theory of love that was developed by psychologist Robert Sternberg. In this triangular theory, love is composed of three things: intimacy, passion, and commitment. Basically, in a healthy relationship between the persons involved, there are mutual feelings of connectedness, sexual attraction, and a desire for a future. Well…. I definitely felt this…

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I Think Social Media is Taking Over My Life

Maybe I’m being a little over dramatic, but it hit me last night. Social Media has become a part of me, like my elbow or left boob or something. I don’t want to part from it. Last night, while my husband was making busy hospital “I’m chief resident” doctor phone calls, I was downloading Twitter……

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Quick Thoughts: Noise Free Fashion

Conformity. Think about that word for a minute. What kinds of emotions run through you? For myself, it’s repulsion and something I want to deviate from. But, for a long time in fashion, conformity was the norm. Not very long ago, you could conform yourself to the “popular” crowd simply by wearing a popular logo…

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Fig and Olive

The Meatpacking District is known for being host to many of the fashion houses in the United States including Diane von Furstenberg, Jeffrey, and Trina Turk. So, it would come as no surprise that there are also many trendy and fashionable places to eat in the Meatpacking District such as Fig and Olive. Upon entering…

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The Future of Fashion Week

You know the world of fashion is an ever changing industry. What’s in one day is out the next. The Council of Fashion Designer’s of America (CFDA) has proposed to transform the fashion shows into consumer events and feature in-season collections that are in-store. So, what exactly does this mean? Well, according to WWD.com, the ultimate…

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