Scene: Snow, winds, drifts, and chills. We had some cool and sunny days too. Nature keeps on driving it home — this is winter! Staying warm is a hot trend. Essential, too. Snow crystals come in a variety of sizes, patterns, and shapes. Like snow crystals, the people in this story are unique in style, color, and texture. A warming trend!
Scene: Here they are again. Terence, Garrick, and Lenz on Main Street in Rosendale, New York coming from The Alternative Baker. They took a break, and are back for a bigger story.
Scene: Kenneth Cole’s mens biker inspired rubber boot, Electric Rain. 100% of the net profits from each pair sold were donated to
The AWEARNESS Fund, a not-for-profit entity that supports, encourages, and empowers acts of service, volunteerism, and social change which partnered with amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research. They were gone in a blink of an eye!
Scene & Heard: A Parisian moment, as John Mayer sings, Who You Love,
in duet with Katy Perry. A favorite song of mine from Mayer’s latest album, Paradise Valley. And, it hits my heart today! The intimate video features real-life couples, including Katy and John, having fun riding a mechanical bull. Dressed in southwestern cowboy gear, KP+JM stand close as they sing. If you’re wondering about the mechanical bull,
Katy said “Relationships are like riding a bull. [You fall off and]
you get back on”. The common thread through all of this, Paris, Santa Fe, no matter where you are, is relationships.
Happy Saint Valentine’s Day!
Scene: White on white on white with metallic undertones and black accents, a touch of cream, a dash of colors, and textures at Sensation White, Barclay Center in Brooklyn. This was Sensation White’s 100th show, celebrating it’s global electronic dance culture, featuring pyrotechnic, light effects and acrobatic performances all synchronized to House Music.
The Ocean of White. The venue was transformed into water worlds with numerous fountains continuously bursting to the beat of the music. The mysteries and beauty of the ocean suspended from the air flooded with color, thousands of revelers creating the motion of the ocean as they danced through out the night, to the sounds of five DJ’s including Fedde le Grand and Mr. White. Many were calling me the new Mr. White and mentioned they liked my style!
Scene & Heard: DJ Fedde le Grand sounds off with So Much Love in this video, an upbeat house track and dance floor shaker. 47 seconds into the song the party truly starts! Originally a smash in 2003, Fedde pumps up this classic to new heights. And, below is a remix by Deniz Koyu, taking you even higher!