May 25, 2009

"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages."
William Shakespeare

May 24, 2009

Steamy New York

Last night was one of those nights...
Bemelmans Bar first out, a great place to relax with live classic music, but boring, we needed some more, so we headed to Apotheke which was crowded, but great! and hot...
We finished the lovely summer night with a after party in East Village at a rooftop just listening to music and dancing the night away :))

...I guess it was the atmosphere, the city, and the people! Great Night!!

May 22, 2009

60 minutes with the Queen bee

Anna Wintour about her being a bitch:

"I hope I'm not , I try not to be, but I like people who represent the best of what they do and if that turns you into a perfectionist, then maybe I am."
Anna Wintour

May 21, 2009

French Sole

For long now, I have been searching for the perfect ballet flats. I have this picture in my head, but can't seem to find them anywhere I go! And, since I threw my old favorites I am in desperate need of some new one! What is a girl without here shoes...?

Anyway, while strolling around at upper east side I saw a boutique with all the ballet flats you can dream of! It's a tiny store, but obviously they are huge, and sell all over the world. They're called fs/ny or french sole NY and are located at 71st Street at Lexington Ave

May 18, 2009


Is lost gone? Is this it?
I would miss LOST, but, if they decided to continue, I cant seem to come up with where the story would go, or even begin, if you know what I mean?

May 8, 2009

I love it loud!

Yes, looks very cool and expensive right? This is H&Ms Divided exclusive. Coming out soon!
I want! I want!

May 7, 2009

Credit cards in a nutshell...

You guys... you think you are so clever, but really, you are not at all.
Yes it's you I am talking about.

You're the one with -5% savings, maxed all your credit cards, buys an SUV that is especially manufactured for the USA so that it pollutes a bit more than it would do anywhere else in the world. Soon, you will be thrown out of your house, living in the streets or in a tent somewhere.

I don't feel sorry for you, not at all.

And in addition, you take up a sub prime mortgage that you really can't afford because of your bad credit score. Smart, really smart. Didn't you think that this would affect the rest of the world? In a nutshell: it seems as though you don't know what money is. Money is not credit, credit is not money. Credit is money you don't have. Get it? It's probably going to take some time before you realize this, but we will give you time. I guess we have to.

This makes me think of a promotional offer I got on a salon on 5th Ave for a cheap buck. Of course they want us to spend more than the little I had already paid for my hair cut, so the hair dresser nearly forces me to take highlights in my hair, when I say I can't afford it for the third time, she says: "Why don't you just put it on your credit card?" .... WHAT IS THIS COUNTRY. When I can't afford it, I can't afford it.

bye bye shoes

I have now done the mature choice of throwing my silver ballerina flats in the trash! They have been my beloved favorite flats forever! (...well, not forever, that would be kind of disgusting)

They have been part of a lot of fun during their life time... like here, with mr. borat next door.

Now... a moment of silent.

Red Sox vs. Yankees

For the very first time, I watched a baseball match.
It was red sox against the yankees - and man was it boring.
Can they even call it a sport? They just stand there throwing a ball and every
five minute someone gets to run over the field, and you know what?
After he's finished running for 1 round they send in another guy to substitute him. Aren't they in better condition than that?

I'm actually not very surprised, the americans aren't known for being a very athletic
people. Actually, this was the first time I have ever in my life seen a player chewing
bubble gum and making bubbles when he's out on the field. Never have I seen this
before, it was really unprofessional.

Now, this is suppose to be one of USAs sports, and they have to import
Japanese players to survive because the americans aren't good enough?
Good. Great. What's next - you being the reason were in a global economic crisis?