We have to wait until August to experience it, and only if your in Macy's will you get a look, but Madonna and Lourdes are launching there own fashion label.
Yes were jealous that a 13 year old is launching a fashion label and were still studying fashion at university, creating alot of debt and at the age of 20 years old. We can't wait to see what they come up with though.
Okay so we fell in love with nail polish when we were in NYC, and I think we now own nearly every colour in the Sephora by OPI range, $9 a bottle, we couldn't stop buying it, especially as Sephora on Times Square is open until 12pm.. we couldn't help ourselves.
Looks like our nails will be permantly painted this summer. The 'Only Gold For Me' Topcoat is my personal favourite, its being painted over every colour. I guess we'll be having fun from now on.
Our internship with Tuleste Market, we panicked for ever to decide what to wear, my dress was too creased from travelling hostel to hostel so we ended up with these outfits, ofcourse they didn't match up to anyone we were working with but we tried our best.
'New York is the most Fashion City in the World', we disagree, I think London gives NYC strong competition, when we were shopping, we realised, that the only stores we wanted to go into as they had good stock, (believe me we checked alot), were the stores we have on the British high street; H&M and Zara for example. A couple of exceptions, Forever21 and suprisingly Conway, a cheap household store.
The people of NYC, expect from when we were in good neighbourhoods, were never dressed how I expected. However, in Soho and in Brooklyn, people looked great, and the thrift stores we were told about near Soho, were amazing.
Overall there's a divide there, cheap stores or designer; which we couldn't afford, but we still loved to take photos of, so here are some window displays we loved, mostly from Bergdorf Goodman.