I guess you could say I’ve been busy. Between marching for Trayvon, previewing spring trends, and working, I can’t catch my breath. Don’t worry, still exploring and enjoying the city. Here’s proof:
1. I finally spent a Saturday morning spent at the Brooklyn Flea hosted in the gorgeous venue One Hanson. I’ve been getting so green with envy at the sight of a photo or tweet about someone enjoying the Flea that I had to do it myself. Can’t wait to go back in the summertime to explore when it’s moved outside.
2. I’m an east coast girl who is extremely elitist when it comes to lobster rolls thanks to being completely spoiled by them on Martha’s Vineyard. I’ve been exploring lobster rolls in the city, only to be disappointed. That is, until I found Red Hook Lobster Pound at the Brooklyn Flea. Two words: life changing.
3. A late night walk after 2-for-1 martinis with the girls left me on the corner of 57th & Lexington. I’ve always been obsessed with the building on this corner, thanks to episodes of Lipstick Jungle (I still don’t understand why everyone didn’t love this show as much as I did). When I first moved to NYC, I saw that building and nearly passed out. To this day, it still takes my breath away.
4. An old receipt from brunch with a friend at Spring Street Naturals. I just loved the message at the bottom: Peace Love Unity Respect.