NYFW: Part I
Note: In real life, there is not much of a height difference between us.
Dinner: Katsuhama- 45 W 55th Street
I’m a sucker for anything pickled.
Best Chicken Katsu I’ve ever had.
Topshop: Definitely worth the hype. A San Francisco location needs to open immediately!
Lunch: Caesar Salad and a cheeseburger
Tall, beautiful, and fashionable women everywhere in New York.
Please excuse the quality of these images. I was merely using an old point-and-shoot and my handy dandy iPhone. There are two things I took for granted before this trip, Tyler’s photography skills and his camera in general.
Anyhow, the first day and a half consisted of shopping, eating and sightseeing. As my sister and I strolled (more like power walked) through the busy city streets, I couldn’t help but to compare the sights to movies I’ve seen in the past about the Big Apple; the architecture, the sea of yellow taxi cabs and the mass amount of people in a rush to get somewhere. The one thing I did not anticipate was the humidity and man was it WET. You would think I would be used to a moist environment because San Francisco is a chamber of mist, but warm, sticky air is truly SOMETHING ELSE. Part II will be posted soon, you’ll start to see my face melting off as I dig deeper into what New York Fashion Week is truly about.