In two days I will be off to New York and being the procrastinator I am, I have not started to pack. This weekend’s forecast will be rainy on Friday/Saturday with the temperature in the 50/60’s throughout the weekend.
You obviously can’t forget your phone charger. I’ll also be taking my laptop to finish a final while I’m there so I need my laptop and charger. Since I have an Apple Watch, I need to take that charger and the charger for my BeatsX headphones. Of course the usual undergarments and socks must be included. And you can’t forget any last minute details like sunglasses, a book, magazine, or iPad.
Overall, I’m really excited about my trip. There’s just something about the concrete jungle that does it for me. If I could live there, I would. Hands down.
I want to thank everyone for the love and support I received for this years March of Dimes, March for Babies. We were able to raise $1550! That more than doubled last year’s fundraising goal and pushed us into the Circle of Champions.
Donations are open through June 30th if anyone else would like to donate, but from the bottom of my heart I want to say THANK YOU. I couldn’t have done it without you.
On the first Monday in May, the fashion event of the year occurs: the Met Gala. This years Met Gala celebrated Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo. Rei Kawakubo is a Tokyo-based designer and a legend. His eye for fashion is groundbreaking and boundary-pushing (to say the least). Kawakubo is known for bold, experimental clothing, and his designs have an stern aesthetic and cult-like following. Last night we saw fashion go from one extreme of the spectrum to another, it was definitely boundary-pushing for some and full of art and class for others.
Let’s talk about who I felt was “best” and “worst” dressed at this years Met Gala. It is extremely hard to just pick one best dressed outfit for the night where there were so many wonderful, and breathtaking choices to choose from so this list is in no way shape or form a from best to worst dressed. It will reflect my personal reviews of who was “best dressed” and who’s outfits I considered to be “worst dressed” overall.
Bella Hadid in custom Alexander Wang
Michael B Jordan in Ralph Lauren
Kate Hudson in Stella McCartney
Reese Witherspoon in Mugler
Paris Jackson in Calvin Klien by Appointment
Gisele Bündchen in Stella McCartney; Tom Brady in Tom Ford
Karlie Kloss in Carolina Herrera
Jennifer Lopez in Valentino; Alex Rodriguez in Tom Ford
Blake Lively in Atelier Versace
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen
Adriana Lima in custom Alberta Ferretti
Kendall Jenner in La Perla
Selena Gomez in Coach
Candice Swanepoel in Topshop
Daisy Ridley in Oscar de la Renta
Kylie Jenner in Versace
Dakota Johnson in Gucci
Emma Roberts in Diane von Furstenberg
Katie Holmes in Zac Posen
Kim Kardashian West in Vivienne Westwood
Lily Collins in Giambattista Valli
Chrissy Teigen in custom Marchesa and John Legend in Burberry
ASAP Rocky in Calvin Klien by Appointment
Gigi Hadid in Tommy Hilfiger
Gwenyth Paltrow in Calvin Klein by Appointment
Julianne Moore in Calvin Klein by Appointment
Kerry Washington in Michael Kors Collection
Sofia Richie in Topshop
Maggie Gyllenhaal in Marni
Felicity Jones in Erdem
Sean Combs in Rick Owens
Lena Dunham in Elizabeth Kennedy
Emmy Rossum in Carolina Herrera
Lily Aldridge in Ralph Lauren
Mandy Moore in Michael Kors Collection
Cara Delevingne in Chanel
Halle Berry in Versace
Rhianna in Comme des Garçons
Who’s your favorite or least favorite? Leave me a comment below and let me know if you agree or think someone else should have been on the list!
If you want to see the red carpet live full of all the looks from their night, go to Vogue and check it out!