Best. Night. Ever.
Getting ready for a party of the nature of “The Daily’s 10th Anniversary Dinner” is not something to be taken lightly, so I made sure my man servant kept me primed and proper throughout the evening. I wore an outfit chosen for me by @Halstonette. I’m slightly desperate to become an honorary Halstonette after watching Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston a documentary that detailed the dangers of excess and poorly chosen brand collaborations in the age of Studio 54. At the screening, I had the chance to meet Pat Cleveland, a legendary model who followed Halston for years, living the life of one of his Hastonette’s.
The opulence that Halston embodied is so in tune with my future goals in this industry.
Hell, if fashion pirate Galliano can make $4.7M a year designing, I’m sure as fuck aiming for the sky in my yearly income endeavors as a fashion blogger. Who’s gonna be the first millionaire blogger you might ask? You’re looking at the bitch right here. Between this and Socialyte.Co, I’m making the money game my wifey.
And then I’m showing all my fellow bloggers in arms how to do it themselves. We’re gunning for ya fashion…
The party was celeb packed. A pair of drags dressed as Anna W. and Grace belted showtunes, while a mischeivious Patrick McMullen watched.
I hung with the man of the moment, Duro Olowu, who’s new collection with JCP is set to launch soon. I was fortunate enough, thanks to being friends with one Louis Sarmiento, to grab a seat next to the highly coveted designer, who’s dressed style icons like Michelle Obama, and got his thoughts on collaborations and the industry, future plans and what it means to be a designer in todays socially crazed world. He’s so insightful, and I can’t wait to shop pieces from his new collection tonight at The Daily’s party for the collaboration. Seriously, fashion week is all about the parties.
Heidi Klum arrived at the party as most guests were seated.
I almost died. She’s so fuckin’ beautiful in person and I totally wanted to steal her furry vest. I’m pretty sure it would have looked better in my closet. Seriously, I loved it so much, I skipped photographing Heidi and only shot her vest. I’m obsessed. It kind of looks like my dog, Calvin Klein’s coat. Currently wondering if this is pomeranian fur?
This pleasant gentleman decided to flip Saynt the bird while passing by. I guess he didn’t like my outfit.
These shoes from United Nude look like they’d be uncomfortable, but in fact, they feel like you’re walking on soft, jelly filled pillows, but because of the snow, I had to wear sockies.
I posed with a few people, mainly cause I’m so fucking famous now that everyone’s desperate to snap a little of my fame. No wait, that’s Bryanboy’s problem. I basically begged these people to stand next tome. Patrick is amazing, love him, and I’m happy I now made his site. Linda Fargo was the cutest, though I don’t think she liked my hat (it’s from Barneys…).
A dizzy from all the celebs and designers. Nicole Miller, Dennis Basso, Carine Roitfeld, Tinsley Mortimer and Joe Zee all made the festivities. I was literally in fashion fangirl heaven. Necklace by Eddie Borgo.
What the fuck was I wearing? Halston Heritage sweater and leather color-block pants, husband’s Calvin Klein button up, Eddie Borgo necklace picked up last time I was at the Bal Harbour Shops, Cartier watch purchased at London Jewelers, shoes by United Nude, handbag by Cynthia Rowley.
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