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Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central

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Do you froth at the mouth over the smell of fresh brewed coffee? Nespresso invites you to follow your nose to their latest pop-up boutique in Vanderbilt Hall for a taste of their premium roasts and some interactive fun. From October 1-4, 2013, Grand Central Terminal will be hosting the event where guests will get a buzz from trying out their line of machines and feeling like a barista for the day (minus the apron).
To find out which of Nespresso's 21 Grand Crus to start a brew-mance with, step right up to their digital display and answer a round of questions on your coffee preferences. Once your match is identified, you're welcome to a complimentary sample to see if it's meant to be. The giant glass "What Grand Cru Are You?" installation is 18 feet wide and four feet tall, so six people can make a caffeinated connection at once.
We've said it before, and we'll say it again; what truly sets Nespresso apart from other coffee makers is the quality of its product. They hand-pick their coffee cherries to ensure each is at its peak ripeness, use a blend of 95 percent Arabica and five percent Robusta varieties, and employ very distinct roasting techniques for each blend. So what does all this really mean? One deliciously satisfying cup of Joe, that's what.
"Taste the Extraordinary" occurs on October 1, 2 and 4 from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and October 3 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


Put Some Pep in Your Step at Nespresso's Pop-Up Boutique at Grand Central - Recipes

The concept of guiltless shopping is a bit unheard of. Truth-be-told, we can all justify our purchases-Jimmy Choos NEVER go on sale, I have to buy them. I will eat Ramen noodles for a week so I can get this bag, promise! It is the last one on the rack, so that must equal destiny. I havn’t bought a dress in ages (at least over a week). I deserve this for working so hard today. Any of those excuses sound remotely familiar?

How about we make it even easier for you? On Fashion’s Night Out, there are a number of shops that are putting proceeds of sales to some amazing charities. Here are a few highlights for you. So get out there and spend some of your hard-earned cash and flaunt your receipts proudly!

Must Attend Early Alert: BCBGMAXAZRIA: In partnership with The Daily at its flagship boutique on Fifth Ave. from 8-10 pm, the first 50 guests in attendance will receive a Runway Survival Kit, featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA accessories and beauty essentials. Guests will enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres as they shop the current Fall 2010 collection. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Lubov and Max Azria, who will honor five women from the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. In addition, guests can enter for their chance to win a complete look from the Spring 2011 collection, shown just hours prior to the celebration.

461 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10017

All about Naomi at Dolce&Gabbana: Join Dolce & Gabbana and Naomi Campbell to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of her career. A collection of limited edition t-shirts featuring Naomi Campbell portrayed by some of the greatest contemporary photographers and signed by Naomi will be available for purchase*. Special surprise performance choreographed by Laurie Ann Gibson at 7:30pm and 9:15pm. Music by DJ Lindsey. T-shirts sold exclusively at the Dolce & Gabbana boutique will support Fashion for Relief, a charity founded by Naomi to raise funds in the fashion world in time and places of need *T-shirts will be signed from 6:30pm to 9:45pm

825 Madison Avenue at 69th Street New York NY 10021

Cool DJ Alert at Edun: In conjunction with Scoop in their Meatpacking District "swing" store, check out the EDUN Pop Up Shop for the night. Jaleel from TV on the Radio will be DJing, with a special performance by the BLK JKS from South Africa. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream from an ice cream truck on site. Special guest DJs will be riding their bikes and participants will be encouraged to ride their bikes as well. Limited edition accessories from Kenya exclusive for Scoop will be on sale as well . Gift with purchase. 7 to 11 pm.

86 Franklin st 5th Floor New York NY 10013

Housing Works Thrift Shop: All 10 New York City based shops will host a Fall Preview event throughout the month. They are re-stocking their thrift shops with the best designer fashion, unique furniture, and rare artwork finds and sell them for a fraction of the price to benefit the largest AIDS services organization in the nation. See www.housingworks.org/events for complete event details or shop on www.shophousingworks.com Housing Works - Fighting to end AIDS and homelessness. Stop by the Housing Works Chelsea thrift shop on FNO from 5pm to 8pm for their annual Fall Preview Sale. Shop brand names from Marc Jacobs, DVF, Elie Tahari and much more 50-70& off retail pricing!

594 Broadway, Suite 700 New York NY 10012

The Biggest Look Book shoot EVER at RACHEL Rachel Roy : Join Rachel Roy and supermodel Jessica Stam as they host the city's biggest look book shoot on Fashion's Night Out – exclusively at Macy’s Herald Square! RACHEL Rachel Roy, Level 2 6-8pm Get styled and snapped at Macy's wearing head to toe RACHEL Rachel Roy and every shopper that participates, $1 will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. AND check out Rachel and Jessica’s capsule collection available only on 9/10 before it’s officially released in October!

Macy's Herald Square 151 West 34th Street New York NY 10001

Customize Your Own Bag at Salvatore Ferragamo: Celebrating Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti's first women’s collection with the launch of the highly anticipated W bag. Designed in the 󈦦s exclusively for the House matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, the bag was the centerpiece of the Fall runway show. Elettra Weidemann, Alek Wek, Caroline Winberg, Ashley Wick and Arden Wohl along with the Whitney Museum of American Art invite you to discover all things W. Guests are invited to customize their very own W bag enjoying libations and music by Nick Cohen. A percentage of sales will benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.

655 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10022

Sue Rock Originals: They manufacture fabulous women' s separates made from reclaimed fabrics from the interior design industry, fashion industry and vintage fabrics. For Fashion Night Out they will be holding an in store fashion, appetizers, Machine Knitting Exhibition, and deep discounts on our summer collection. All purchases over $100 include your choice of Fall accessory! All proceeds go to supporting our work with survivors of Domestic Violence.

1069 Bergen Street Brooklyn NY 11216

Asha Veza will be launching a capsule collection of cocktail dresses created in collaboration with their partners in Bosnia Hercegovina. All proceeds will fund programs supporting economically and socially vulnerable women in Bosnia Hercegovina and India.

69 Fifth Ave Brooklyn NY 11217

Modern Mamahood: Confession Challenge Results

I promise this will be the last post in awhile about my personal motherhood experience, but I wanted to follow up on my recent post. Last week, I confessed that I worked with my 13mo old child around far too much and challenged myself to not work around her for one week. The results are in!

The Results:
I stayed true to my commitment 80% of the time. For the most part, I left the iPhone in another room or in the diaper bag while I spent time with Regina Jade -- out of sight and out of mind! I also started waking up about an hour before she does to read and reply to urgent emails or writing (like I'm doing right now).

Yesterday morning, I did have to transfer photos and video from my phone for a client, which was still pretty minor compared to writing articles and sending emails in her presence.

The good thing is, I missed absolutely nothing by waiting until she was down for her nap to work. I also felt much more present in general, which was my goal.

The Conclusion:
With the exception of deadlines that are in the red zone, or "fires" that need to be put out, working with your child around is a lot like checking emails in real-time you feel like you are getting ahead, but you're really not.

I've also realized that because I work from home right now and full-time daycare isn't in the budget yet, there are going to be times when balancing work and baby will be very hard. I've concluded that this doesn't make me a bad mother and every family has their challenges they get through together.

Much of what I learned from this experience is to let go of trying to be the "perfect mama" because I'm exactly what she needs just the way I naturally am (minus the iPhone4 screen stuck to my pointer-finger). I think as moms, we always want to do better, which is a good thing, but we also need to feel strong and confident that if our child is thriving and smiles often, we are already doing a great job.


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