Posts filed under “On the Street”
Scene: Early Spring to early Summer. Another change, from cool to warm. Summer just arrived and Spring just left. Oh, transition how I love you so. A new beginning to sow and to be so part of. Warming treads weather or not. Coats off, jackets on, wools away, and linens out. A lighter feel, a lighter mood, a lighter touch. But it’s not […]
Scene: Transition, from cold to cool. Spring just arrived and Winter just left. A Movement, passage, or change from one position to another. Warming up and cooling down. What’s the weather going to be today? I look at my cell to find the temperature. I look outside the window to see what people are wearing helping me […]
I’m taking a break from my NYFW Series. Five more to come. Scene: The mask. A necessary accessory that has become a way to express ourselves. I’ve noticed over the years Asians visiting the city wearing masks which is attributed to protection; from environmental harms, air pollutants, allergens, and the sun. The modern surgical mask with multiple layers of gauze dates to […]
Scene: Put together. Making it casual, dressing it up, and combining both. Frost grey, soft pinks, and shades of tan. Quiet colors, classic tones, and brights too. Florals, stripes, and plaid. Earthy shades and prints. Pattern play for any day. Black and white, of course.
Scene: Maria, a proud and colorful American, sparkling her way up the street in red, white, and blue to celebrate Independence Day. Independence Day by S. Ginsberg: My country / Noble / Resilient / Troubled / Divided / Strong / Still a beacon of hope / In this uncertain world / Ever striving toward the “Dream” […]