At this point you can probably guess that this is my leather jacket of choice. It’s the epitome of perfect, great for anyone’s body type. I went for a formal route when I decided to pin on my bow tie (or tried to) in the midst of the pinning-proccess, the strap broke off and I was left with only one choice…make-shift pin. So racing as the sun was about to go down, I got a q-tip, punctured a hole in the fabric and put one end of the q-tip in the bow tie and the other side in the button hole of my shirt. If it’s hard to visualize then imagine how hard it was to actually do it. To my surprise, the bow tie stayed and I snatched my camera, tri-pod and I was set! I didn’t tie it very well but I was recommended to read this guide https://www.ties.com/how-to-tie-a-tie/. I’m sure it’ll come in handy for next time!
Being back home is definitely comforting and relaxing but also very sad. I love New York and can’t wait to go back. The shows, The events, The lights and buildings, and even PEOPLE! so brutally honest and verging on mean, but you gotta give them kudos for the “no-bullshit” policy that looms over the city. Catch my latest Vblog here where I talk about my experience and the latest, if you haven’t already.
With one day of rest down, the busy schedule continues in Los Angeles tomorrow starting with a birthday party for my dear friend Aleah. Following saturday is a ONCE YOUTH launch party I’ll be attending with Bethany, peter and hopefully Olivia.