Happy Wednesday Everyone We had the pleasure of being a part of the new web series, "Bounce Back", for WEtv and would like to take the time to introduce all of the people featured on the show. Check it out!
Special thanks to our amazing team which unfortunately was not given justice by this clip.....so let's give them serious accolades here Click on their names to find out why these peeps are SO AWESOME!!!
Blogger Meeting scene from clip:
Skype Discussion scene from clip:
Video Footage scene from clip:
Fabulous team member who was out of town during the webisode taping: Krystal Williams
Thank you SO much to all of our fans and community members who continue to help us live out our dreams! Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog coming from our newest CMar correspondent in our nation's capital
What to Wear:
Boot season is definitely here and we are onto a super cool eco brand out of the UK called Po-Zu. As our favorite fashionable male, Brian, wrote in a recent AskHim blog, Uggs are still all the rage and are the perfect pairing for a casual day around town. But, we are thinking of trading in those Uggs for Po-Zu Piper Tans which, not only are a lot more stylish than those standard brown suede boots, but are also organically tanned with vegetable extracts. Oh and did we also mention that they give 3% of each purchase to the charity of your choice?? If that doesn't get your feel good shopaholic hearts racing then we don't know what will
What to Check Out:
Tired of paying $250 for a mediocre hair cut?? Yeah so were we - so we hopped on the 6 train to Union Square to check out the Carsten Aveda Institute. For $19 you get a wash, hair cut, blow dry, scalp massage and hand massage. Apart from all of this, they also use all Aveda products which are composed of naturally derived ingredients. Make your appt today at the 22 East 17th Street!
What to Eat:
Did you know how many amazing nutrients are in pumpkins? Better yet, did you know how tasty pumpkin seeds can be? Check out this awesome recipe from Emeril Lagasse for some delicious roasted pumpkin seeds with a spicy kick. We made them and now are a bit addicted to this yummy snack
News from C. Mar:
As you end this fabulous first week of November be sure to check out our design process post Monika's Story: The Journey of an Eco Friendly Dress, how to get your guy's attention with this week's AskHim and a Q&A with one of the new member's of our CMar Team, Krystal Williams. Last, but not least, don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour this Sunday as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end for 2010...and luckily gives all of us some extra time to catch up on those much needed Zzzzzs!
Keep it real & keep it eco chic
For the past month, I've taken time out, each Wednesday, to introduce the c. marchuska community to some interesting folks in the eco world. We've heard from Aaron Goldfarb, an up-and-coming New York author whose first book is available on Kindle. And, I've also had time to feature Amy Ludwigson, the woman behind conscious-shopping sites Pure Habitat and Pure Citizen. Now, it's time to reel it all back and let you all in on a member of the c. marchuska blog team, Krystal.
Krystal's a 22-year-old, Jersey girl, whose self-proclaimed energy, humor and curiosity is taking her to new heights in the Big Apple. She and Christine have a Cornell connection that brought them together for c. marchuska (tongue twister, yes, I know). So pop a bag of (organic) popcorn, pull up a chair, and get cozy with... Krystal!
Angel: How did you become involved with c. marchuska?
Krystal: My roommate and fellow Cornellian, Christina, met her at a conference during undergrad. Christina asked if I was interested in helping out with the blog; and because I love writing and LOVE the idea of fashion, I came on board. I've been loving it ever since.
Angel: You said that living with Christina has helped you become a more eco-conscious person. What have you learned from living the "green" way?
Krystal: It's important for people, especially young people, to become aware of how we are affecting our environment and how we can change basic habits to leave less of a harmful impact on the earth!
Angel: Why do you think eco fashion is important?
Krystal: People will always need clothes, so fashion is always going to be around. It's important for an industry that affects everyone in the world to be environmentally friendly. The fashion industry uses alot of inorganic materials and is extremely wasteful. If we could find methods that reduce that waste and reduce the amount of harmful chemicals and materials, we would be able to greatly decrease the harmful effects we leave on the earth. It's just one step in the process to living more eco friendly, but it is a huge step.
Angel: Besides blogging , what can we find you doing in your free time?
Krystal: I love attending culture-focused events such as music shows and poetry slams around the city. I love discovering new places in the city... on any given Saturday you can catch me walking down Madison Avenue, or gallery hoping in Chelsea, or catching a crosstown bus, just to explore!
Angel: Well, it's great you have down time to get out and have fun. Now that you're a working girl in the city, and have two internships on top of working with c. marchuska, what's next?
Krystal: My dream job would be to work at a magazine, or with a news station as a news anchor. I want a communications-based career that will allow me to use my writing and interpersonal skills to make a difference in the world.
Angel: Well, let's give you some room to start making that difference, right now. As always, I like to end my interviews by asking a short, simple question... any last words?
Krystal: Be more courageous than you thought you can and don't worry about the things you can't change.
Keep an eye out for Krystal's Weekly Eco-Fashion Roundup and catch her on twitter @_MissWilliams. See you next week... don't miss me too much
Hello eco-fashionistas! It's been seven, whole days since I was introduced to the C. Marchuska world. Now, it's my pleasure to return the favor and give you all the scoop on another member of the team, Christina Blacken. She's an Ogden, Utah native and Cornell alumna. Christina balances dual roles as a paralegal in midtown Manhattan and a blogger for C. Marchuska's sustainable web presence. So, you green guys and gals, without further ado... meet Christina.
Angel: So which came first, your work in fashion or your introduction to eco-conscious living?
CBlack: Eco-concious living crept up on me. I started wanting to know the when's, what's, and why's of the things I consumed and how they affected both myself and the world around me. And thrift shopping came from the fun of the find, and the necessity of needing to be fashionable on a student's budget (lol). Those two passions melded into me taking a course on eco-clothing at Cornell, and it went from there.
Angel: How did you partner up with C. Marchuska?
CBlack: I met Christine through a Woman's Entrepenuership Course at Cornell. She was giving a speech about transitioning from one career field to another (which she had done by juggling a finance job and starting the C. Marchuska line). I really loved what she had to say, so being the gung-ho person I am, I stayed after class to chat with her. She complimented me on my outfit and mentioned having some opportunies that she would love to have me help with. And now, I'm happily blogging away for the C.Marchuska site!
Angel: Besides eco-fashion, what other green alternatives, projects or organizations do you support?
CBlack: Well, I am a semi vegetarian so that counts for something right? I also volunteer at Housing Works (http://www.housingworks.org), a social enterprise that provides rehabilitation and housing shelters for the homeless and individuals suffering from AIDS through the monies generated by their profitable businesses (a thrift shop being one of them). I am still on the hunt to find a great cause or org to join, so if anyone has any suggestions, I am open to them!
Angel: Do you have any advice for people who are interested about breaking into the eco-fashion industry?
CBlack: Read-Learn-Step Out. That's my three-step program to breaking into any passion or interest you love. Read up on an industry, learn the ins and outs, and places to be, and people you may be interested to meet. Then go out to groups, events, shows, and clubs that are apart of that interest.
Angel: Besides C. Marchuska, what other projects are you involved in?
CBlack: I am a singer and am on the hunt for great musical groups to be apart of (any suggestions NYCers??). I am still transitioning into the city, so I'm just taking everything in. Hopefully I'll be apart of some other great causes and activities very soon.
Angel: Any last words??
CBlack: Don't talk about it, be about it! So run and tell dat (what's a post without my favorite quote? lol)
Well, that's all for now, folks. Tune in next Wednesday for my sit-down with C. Marchuska blogger, Krystal. Until then, sit tight, take care... and go green.
Before we kick off today's blog I want to remind everyone to enter our hunter scarf contest!! Check out Monday's blog post here - then comment on the blog on what the Brits refer to scarves as, share the blog post on facebook and like the blog post on our facebook page...then tune back in Friday evening for the winning entry! Easy enough, right?? Okay enough about Monday's contest... Well it has been a little over six months since we started our new social media campaign and we have some new exciting changes as well as new additions to our team! So for the next three Wednesday posts we will be featuring our fabulous new team members and why they are passionate about fashion and the environment. Today we are kicking it off with Angel Lenise. We met Angel through a casting call for our latest web spot featuring some of our favorite c. marchuska dresses.
CMar: First off Angel, how did you get into fashion modeling? How long have you been in the industry?
Angel: Modeling by no means has been a full-time priority... although I wish it was! I started a little over a year ago while I was still at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga. I did local fashion shows, worked with some great photographers, and really saw it as a platform to build a career in media and entertainment reporting. Moving to New York for grad school has seemingly put me in a position to really focus on modeling as a career, but managing school and work has been difficult enough. Once I finish my program, it will definitely be a full-time pursuit... although I try to do a shoot every now and then for my portfolio. Eventually, I'd love to do more print work and end up in television, either as talent or in production.
CMar: Have you ever worked with an eco-fashion line before? What intrigued you about working with c. marchuska?
Angel: This is my first time working with an eco-fashion label... or with any fashion label for that matter. I've been involved with fashion, and even interned for one of the Bloomingdale's stores in Atlanta. But I felt it would be great to be more involved with the people behind a line instead of a more corporate setting. After working with c. marchuska for a promo video and learning that eco-friendly fashion does not mean my sense of style had to be sacrificed, I was glad to hop on board.
CMar: Why are you interested in eco-fashion? Are there other green organizations you are also involved with or passionate about?
Angel: I'm really about living a healthy lifestyle... eating right, staying fit, using natural products... so I felt that the same effort I put into recycling or buying organic, I can put into my wardrobe too. Besides recycling on my own or buying local and organic foods, I haven't joined any other green orgs as a permanent member. That's why I chose c. marchuska. Why not blend fashion - something that I absolutely love - with an effort to live a greener, eco-conscious lifestyle? It's the best of both worlds.
CMar: Outside of modeling, we also are very lucky to have you on board with writing and reporting on green start-ups, style trends & tips and of course everything eco! How did you get into writing and blogging? Do you currently write for any other blogs? What is your fav topic to write about?
Angel: Like I said earlier, I went to college in Atlanta. I got my undergrad degree in Mass Media Arts with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in French. While in Atlanta, I worked for my school's TV station, CAU-TV, and was an events correspondent for popular college outlet, "The YARD Radio Show." Now, I'm pursuing my M.S. at Columbia University in Broadcast Journalism. But since I was involved in the arts at an early age (piano for 7 years, dance for 3, acting in high school), I'm avid about arts and culture reporting. Plus, at Columbia, most of the curriculum focuses on hard news and news features. So, any chance that I can report on something I'm truly passionate about, I'll take it. If it involves art, fashion, pop culture, music, or movies, I love to write about it! And the c. marchuska blog is the first one I've written for... I'm ready to get started and join the team!
Thank you Angel for an awesome interview!! We cannot wait for your upcoming posts and insights into eco-fashion!!
And to all of you fabulous readers out there - check out Angel wearing the red erin dress in her CMar debut and our latest 2010 web spot. The erin dress is available for sale on our site as well as various retailers in the US and at Sherry's London in the UK. The web spot is written, directed and filmed by HeroStatusFilms ~ Jonathan Monina and Sean Cunningham....yeah we think it is pretty amazing too
Check all of our web spots, fashion show coverage and much more on our You Tube Channel!
As we get one step closer to the weekend which will encompass scantily dressed females on hot summer nights, especially here in Manhattan, I have a question to pose to our fabulous readers and community: Can eco-fashion be considered sexy??
When we think of the connotations that come to mind when hearing eco, most people would say it is anything, but sexy. Most people think about an organic lifestyle, farming, compost piles, hemp fabrics, etc. Not to say these things can't be sexy....I mean a 5'10" blonde model in overalls farming probably would equal sexy to most of the male population. However, I think this is a common stigma that many eco-fashion designers battle with everyday. If you are a young, talented, but strapped for cash designer, you are limited by what fabrics you can use in the eco space. You need to make careful decisions on a cost basis, but still have a competitive edge with fit and style.
So not only are we overcoming stigmas attached to eco-friendly lifestyles and the green space, but we also are working with limited capital and options. Well, my personal opinion is you have to step outside the box and really get creative, especially when it comes to your marketing. Last year I had the pleasure of working with the ever talented Danny Brothers. Danny and I believed in several of the same mantras of life....we also subscribed to intriguing marketing and beautiful talented clothing and people. The result is the following 3-part short film/web spot series featuring c. marchuska clothing and two hot young things coming home after a long night out on the town.
After you watch one, two or all three videos....let us know what you think....can eco-fashion be considered sexy?
The life of a mining analyst is rarely dull, especially on mine visits. I travel to exotic places, usually in the middle of nowhere, hundreds of miles from the nearest Starbucks and the rest of civilization. These trips have taken me from the Mexican drug country to the Brazilian rain forest. They tend to be thrilling adventures, especially in Brazil where I battled malaria bearing mosquitoes, other disease ridden insects, not to mention all the treacherous jungle paths. I did have the good fortune of not encountering any pythons or boas, or packs of wild boars that would certainly have gored me to death. All this I did dressed like a typical New Yorker (button down, jeans, and loafers), which ultimately led to the CEO of the company to high-five me for getting out of the jungle alive.
Working with c. marchuska isn’t any less adventurous, or challenging. For one, keeping up with Christine is no small feat. In fact, I have become increasingly convinced that the Energizer Bunny is in fact a part of her Lithuanian clan. Fueled by Liquid Lightning and gummy bears, we venture across the concrete jungle that is New York in search for Capital One branches, manufacturers, and boxes of fabric dye. I guess instead of dodging bullets in the deserts of Mexico and predators in the Amazonian rain forest, I now dodge unpleasantly rude store owners in the Garment District and speeding cars on 7th ave. Instead of looking at ore samples and trying to spot the tiny gold veins, I am now picking out 8x9 rib trims in grey and white for the Roli Hoodie (pronounced Row-lee).
I don’t necessarily find one job to be more challenging than the other, nor do I find myself making a compelling distinction between which one I like more. But I do find the work with c. marchuska to be more enjoyable and satisfying. I can readily see the fruits of my labor (perfectly dyed summer scarves) as opposed to putting out a research report that may ultimately end up in someone’s trash. Of course, with c. marchuska, there is also the added benefit that I will be alive at the end of the day nine out of ten times. Hmmm…that definitely tips the scale in Christine’s favor.
Happy Thursday everyone! It's the last day to enter our contest to win a Hunter Scarf. Go fan us on facebook and retweet like CRAZY! http://cmarchuska.com/blog/our-community/thank-you-to-our-readers-fans/
Now onto something we are excited to share with you! Our good friend Mandeep Singh has decided to guest-blog for us, and below is his take on getting involved with c. marchuska...especially in his experience picking out beautiful women for our runway show Read on!!
Being an entrepreneur is not at all a full time job – it’s a lifestyle. No one epitomizes that more than my good friend, and eco friendly fashionista, Christine Marchuska – or as she has branded herself, c.marchuska. The beauty of this 24/7 woman is her uncanny ability to get everybody around her in motion. Whether it’s a task that’s going to help her business in some way, help her move boxes to her new apartment, or just organizing a crazy night of drinking - she has a contagious energy that get everyone moving, with a perfect end result.
Christine has a funny way of getting people involved, and roping me as free labor was one of the most interesting experiences of my life. See I have been in the NYC area my whole life, and worked here in various capacities. I always have known that this city is the fashion capital of the world. I mean Fifth Ave is world renowned for shopping, we have a renowned school called Fashion Institute of Technology, and every once in a while I see these huge tents set up in Bryant Park where all of the “cool” girls send mobile uploads on facebook of random multi-syllable names that I have never heard of. Its almost always a piece of cloth that they call a dress with little captions underneath saying “OMG.. these louboutins are to die for – I love NYC!” That was the extent of my fashion experience. That is until I met Marchuska of course.
It all started with her walking out of the door when I stopped to ask where she was sprinting off to THIS time. I learned that she was on her way to cast runway models for her fashion week show. Now being the loyal friend that I am, I did the right thing and offered to be a second pair of eyes for the casting. Of course there was no personal gain here. I didn’t care about the bragging rights to my boys when we exchanged stories from the week. I mean they stayed home and lied about not watching Gossip Girl while I was on a fashion set telling models that their walk wasn’t fierce enough. Sure I'll do it, but only for you Christine – riiiiiight ;)
I noticed very quickly that this role was very similar to my day job as a financial recruiter. Except instead of evaluating our prospects ability to articulate what financial software they integrated to streamline the budgeting and forecasting process for 30 minutes in a tiny interview room, I was banging out 4-8 second interviews evaluating how well these beautiful women walked, posed, looked, walked, posed and well, you get the idea. Why wasn’t I doing this all along?!
Although this sound likes all fun and games. There is definitely a science behind picking models. I started to notice very quickly on what made a model a viable candidate for our show. It was amazing to me how quickly a girl can kiss her chance in the Marchuska show goodbye with simple slip-ups. Walking too fast without an appropriate hip movement won’t work. A big goofy smile at the end of the runway won't work (interesting that runway models just don’t smile, so cold and heartless). So its all in the various facets of the walk. If a girl can keep her head precisely in one position without looking around at all, stay almost completely emotionless, march confidently down the runway in 5 inch heels (I'm guessing that’s how high heels are), can pause at the end with her hand on her hip and give a seductive look to the camera without breaking to make eye contact with any of the audience, part her lips slightly right before the picture is to be taken (this is huge btw, every sexy model parted her lips in all shots) – then she. is. in! This was our criteria and after hours of arduous model critiquing, we had made our selection.
Apparently, I was a quick learner when it comes to the world of models (or at least this is what Christine told me, she knows how to sell). So she volunteered me to work backstage and manage the models that I had so diligently helped select. This meant making sure they were all showing up, coordinating with their agencies and other shows they might be in that day, keeping them happy while they were waiting to get dressed, and ensuring that they were ready dressed with hair and makeup done before the show. Now this sounds almost remedial, but when this all of this is crunched into a very short period of time, and you are dealing with some difficult models that are used to only having their way, it becomes pure chaos. Our space was tiny, there were tons of people packed in, and we were running about 2 hours behind schedule, and short on hair and makeup artists. This meant that everyone had to operate at 110%, but the best part was that it was absolutely a group effort. Job descriptions went out the window and everyone just kept their eye on the goal.
Luckily, with the solid team we had put together, we were able to get the models downstairs and lined up with barely a minute to spare. The show was perfectly executed and turned out to be a huge success. The combination of relief and thrill of success was an indescribable rush. Drinks started flowing, glasses were cheering, the after party got poppin, and the rest of the night is just a big blur… The hangover, well that’s a totally different story. Totally worth it though!
The experience of working with such a talented and motivated team, and the excitement of being involved in such an intense industry will definitely keep me involved in the c.marchuska business. I am now involved in an exciting industry that I knew absolutely nothing about. Hopefully my next job will also involve working on, I mean with beautiful women as well..
images courtesy of Arthur Eisenberg
As I opened my Closet O'CMar and gazed into the sea of eco-friendly fashion gear... I was haunted by every girl's greatest struggle/worst nightmare... "What on God's Green Earth should I wear tonight?!?...RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH"
Luckily... having designed my own fashion line , I am usually better equipped to answer that age-old question with a darn good solution pretty quickly! Thus, the winner was... the tiffany tank dress from fall/winter 2010 in pine bamboo viscose with bronze hemp silk lining. Christine chose the jen dress in aloe, also crafted from deliciously soft bamboo viscose, from the spring/summer 2010 collection.
As most of you know (unless you don't ahem, remember) yesterday was St. Patrick's Day. Christine and I were raiding my closet, about to hit the town. As socially conscious, eco-fashionista's, we needed to be clad in green (on both fronts) and looking absolutely scrumptious. We were headed to The Patrick McMullan Annual St. Patrick's Day Bash and we couldn't wait to show off our latest green frocks and toast my Irish heritage with fans of CMar. As excited as we were to celebrate the day sporting chic AND sustainable CMar must-haves... I can't help but fill in our fans on one of my pet peeves: holidays in New York City in particular St. Patrick's Day.
That's right ladies, picture your hottest date ever ringing your buzzer when you still have absolutely no idea what the F you are going to wear, and that doesn't even begin to describe the nightmare one experiences on the streets of NYC on St. Patrick's Day. I can only imagine that the only thing worse, would be the streets of Hoboken when it celebrates St. Patrick's Day.
My day began walking around the Garment District tying up loose ends for the final shipment of our spring/summer collection and I was reminded/horrified at noon to find random tourists congregating in and around Times Square with face paint, shamrock necklace shot glasses, big puffy stuffed animal beer hats, and all heinous green vanity-t-shirts making jokes about the drunk Irish. Being the obedient blogger I now am, I figured I just HAD to share with my readers.
Now... I really am 75% Irish and it is true, we are professional drinkers. But, why does every parade in NYC bring out the absolute worst specimens whatever culture happens to be celebrating? How did a religious holiday celebrating the Patron Saint of Ireland turn into a holiday celebrating debauchery (ie: douchebagery in NYC)?
As a history lesson for The House: Here is some info on Saint Patrick (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick)
Two authentic letters from him survive, from which come the only universally accepted details of his life. When he was about 16 he was captured from Britain by Irish raiders and taken as a slave to Ireland, where he lived for six years before escaping and returning to his family. After entering the Church, he returned to Ireland as an ordained bishop in the north and west of the island, but little is known about the places where he worked.
By the eighth century he had come to be revered as the patron saint of Ireland. The Irish monastery system evolved after the time of Patrick and the Irish church did not develop the diocesan model that Patrick and the other early missionaries had tried to establish.
So clearly, that = LET'S GET WASTED!!!!
Now... as I mentioned, I am Irish and I take offense to this rash generalization of my grandparents. Sure... we are raging alcoholics, but we tell great stories and are always looking to have a good time, and for the most part can handle our liquor quite well. We are even one of the most green countries both visually with lush verdant fields and meadows, as well as setting the pace in terms of social responsibility in Europe. However, as I am all about self-deprecating humor, I will leave you with one of my favorite video clips from my all-time favorite TV show, Family Guy, in which Peter and Chris go to the Irish Heritage Museum. It's hilarious, so please watch (http://www.milkandcookies.com/link/27483/detail/).
Also... I encourage you to comment on the most ridiculous and obnoxious people you had the displeasure of coming across last night or this morning, as I know I ran into about 3,000 of them. And please stay tuned for yet another another rant in which I detail a laundry list of what I hate about Halloween and New Year's Eve in New York. I think St. Patrick's Day ranks as the third worst day to spend in this great city of New York.
Furthermore: I would like to add a comment and picture from my friend, Benjamin Steger, who had the displeasure of running into this guy... at 11pm last night. Wowza! Thank you for sharing Ben!!!
Additionally, here is another picture that my friend, Jon Fischer, snapped of a guy passed out in the hallway of his building. Do you think he had a good time?
Who is in charge of the event?
Adriana Marianella is a UNICEF Tap Project amabassador and the hostess for Thursday's event.
What notable people/organizations are involved?
UNICEF Tap Project has approximately 13 celebrity and political amabassadors, such as Sarah Jessica Parker and has approximately 300 NYC restaurants supporting this organziaiton.
Does it happen annually?
Through UNICEF, March 22nd is national water day. A day when New Yorkers are encouraged to go out to eat at participating UNICEF Tap Project restaurants.
What can attendees expect or look forward to at the event?
There will be a two hour open bar, great DJ, and passed appetizers.
Why do you think it is an important cause (i.e. why do you feel strongly about an event that benefits UNICEF?)
UNICEF estimates that over 1 billion people in the world have little or no access to clean water. Living in New York, it's easy to forget how lucky so many of us are and the how somthing like water is actually a luxury to way too many people. I could give you a bunch of statisitcs and tell you how many children, mothers, fathers, people all over the world could be saved by the minute if they only had access to something as simply as clean water. At the end of the day, it's all about looking into a kid's eyes. To be honest, it really angers me that something as simply as clean water can save so many lives and a minimal donation to make this happen is all that is needed.
What other charities are you actively involved in?
I work with City Harvest, the Red Cross, and Designers for Darfur, all great organizations doing very different work. I've also worked with Cancer101 with Catherine Malandrino.
Tell us about Simply Chic PR
Well... it's a boutique public relations firm. We provide press in all media outlets to clients, event management, and brand development. We work with a lot of emerging designers and brands, as well as host events on behalf of clients where we providing event planning services in every aspect.
Why did you decide to start the firm?
I've always wanted to have my own company and work in public relations. There was a opporutnity to fulfill my dream about a year ago, so I jumped on it!
What do you specialize in at your firm?
My clients are primarily in fashion and entertainment. I represent several venues as well. What I think makes my firm unique is our events. When a client comes to us and wants to host an event we provide everything from providing press to finding a venue, sponsorships, entertainment, photographers, food, guest list management, and gift bag coordination. We want our client to enjoy their event and basically sit back and enjoy what we produce for them.
What's your fav spot in NYC
That's a tough one... It really depends on what kind of mood I'm and who I'm with. I would have to say anywhere with a relaxing atmosphere and great friends. Tonight I'm going to dinner at The Collective with some friends and I can't wait!