Monthly Archive for April, 2012

: April, 2012

Form & Function

The principle behind “form follows function” is that the shape of an object should be primarily based upon its intended function or purpose. Case in point…the belt. Obviously created with the

It’s Worth It!

While at Giorgio Armani, I hosted quite a few trunk shows highlighting new merchandise for the upcoming seasons. Women would flock to the stores to get a glimpse of what was offered in the designer’s

Run, don’t walk, to Walin & Wolff

Just when you thought Fairfield County had lost another great shoe store, an even more fabulous footwear find opened in its place. Walin & Wolff has stepped into 36 Elm Street giving New Canaan

Earth Day 2012

Earth Day is an annual day on which events are held worldwide to increase awareness and appreciation of our Earth’s natural and precious environment. It originated in 1970 after Wisconsin Senator,

Sample Sale…

Just a gentle reminder…. NYC Chic will be holding its first sample sale this Saturday, April 21st from 10am-6pm at FRED BOUTIQUE – 212 SOUND BEACH AVENUE in Old Greenwich .  This event will be a

Pearl Girl

According to the American Museum of Natural History, a pearl forms when an irritant such as a wayward food particle or foreign substance becomes trapped in the mollusk. The animal senses the object


While climbing – and panting – on the escalator style Stairmaster this morning, I glanced up at the television to see a bit of Good Morning America. Robin Roberts, who is always extremely well put

A Block of Color

Ok – now I’m obsessed with color. Even this morning, I was drawn to my kelly green silk dress that I had worn just once all last year. For some reason when I topped it off with a thin, navy open weave

The Finishing Touch

Last week I purchased a very simple, solid color shift for a client who needed a go-to dress in her wardrobe. I added a few accessories in order to make the dress look a bit different each time she

Easter Outfit

As a young girl who celebrated Easter, the best part wasn’t so much the anticipation of the “bunny” miraculously hopping into our house, or the Peeps filled basket left on the table or even the