I stayed at the 1 Hotel Central Park and the Moxy Hotel Times Sq. I know most New Yorkers would shudder at the mention of Times Square, but it was actually a few blocks out and it wasn’t crazy busy. It was actually in a great spot because quite a few subway stations are in the area and it was very easy to travel downtown to the shows.
The 1 Hotel was an absolute dream. Relaxing, felt like a log cabin in the middle of Manhattan. It was such a peaceful place. I loved the amazing architecture and the woodsey scene that was created with tree bark decor, succulents, live plants, and moss. Oh, and there was a rainforest shower – to make it that much more zen. has a bar and restaurant in the hotel. very friendly and accommodating staff members, truly a 5-star experience.
I enjoyed my stay at the Moxy Hotel as well, very lively and upbeat. The rooftop bar is incomparable with views of the Empire State building, a carousel table for bottle service, and a mini golf course.
I’m so excited to share with you a new series on my blog, Fashion Talks. Think of this series as a mood board full of nouns people, places and things that inspire me. The first theme will cover the ultimate badass Trinity from the Matrix.
The term never judge a book by its cover certainly does not apply to fashion magazines. It is the very essence of deciding whether or not the model or celebrity suits your taste or, just as importantly, if the typography has enough visual texture, tone and personality to convince you to buy. Tapping into the visual …