Fashion Week is a lot of work with very little play, I did manage to squeeze in some fun time at the booths, shows, and backstage.
Some of my colleagues and I working very very hard
I met some really great people and amazing photographers that kept me sane
One of the photographers passed out after a long day of shooting
During one of my breaks I signed up for a free hair styling session at the TRESemme booth
I was so grateful to have discovered this, my hair was looking un-fantastic that day
I had my hair done by celebrity hair stylist Marco Guglielmino who was really personable and informative. I asked for soft big curls and he did it in less than 20 mins! In case you're wondering which hot iron he was using, its the 1" Hot Tools curler. Marco has his own private salon located in Soho, New York, have a look at his site MarcoNYC.com for more info
I was really happy with how my hair turned out :) not sure why my co-worker looks petrified
Chambord had a chocolate fountain in their booth!
Being a chocoholic I was all over this one, you can pick between marshmallows and pretzels to enjoy your chocolate with
mmmmmmhhhhh delishhh choc0late!
The Tadashi Shoji show about to start
Front row at Tadashi Shoji, Sherri Shepard from The View, J Alexander, and Adrienne Bailon
checking out the dress
A pretty lace number
I was in love with this ruffly dress!
Snippets from the show from my iPhone, excuse the quality:
Luca Luca show about to start
You have to love runway finales
This is still a beauty blog so here are some of the beauty related goodies from Fashion Week
TREsemme dry shampoo plus regular shampoo/conditioner packets
I have some backstage and makeup pics coming up next!