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Jumpsuit Jazz

Jumpsuit: Fifth Avenue, Karachi
Necklace: Sunflower Jewellery, Sydney
Handband: Imtiaz Super Market
Shoes: Some random shop on Tariq Road, Karachi

Fifth Avenue

#1 bloody mary...NYC--

We can’t believe it, but we think we have just tasted our favorite bloody mary in all of New York City and quite possibly anywhere in the country…it is here in the Russ & Daughters shop in the basement of The Jewish Museum located on Fifth Avenue and 92nd Street. 158 more words


Uplifting optimism...jaaa!

POW!  The Isaac Mizrahi retrospective is happening at The Jewish Museum on Fifth Avenue and 92nd Street right NOW, and it is fun, magical, and uplifting.   209 more words

Cine Paris was so poor on the second visit

Cine Paris was so poor on the second visit, but no pervs thank god, but on a really steamy blazing hot day I can imagine it being exciting being in there cock out. 77 more words

The First Presbyterian Church turns 300

“The interior of the edifice presents a novel and yet a very agreeable and impressive aspect. It is of the perpendicular Gothic Style, without columns to sustain the long extending arch, which makes the seats in a remarkable degree available and unobstructed. 608 more words

Things To See

Waiting for my Eurostar home to leave. So no, no miracle on my last day in Brussels

Waiting for my Eurostar home to leave. So no, no miracle on my last day in Brussels. I didn’t really try very hard. I was in Cine Paris for less than 5 minutes, 2 rubbish American films, then to Café Jimmy for 1 Heineken and watch some Bulgarian music, to 5th Avenue, passing some very poor looking street girls; no one in 5th Avenue of much interest, except Brazilian Aisha I know from before and Moroccan Leila. 49 more words

NYC Day 3 - Retail Therapy

Prada. Dior. Chanel. Champagne. Massages. Marc Jacobs…

Welcome to Day 3 in New York. Unable to sleep due to excitement we jumped on the subway and headed to Lower Manhattan for an early morning breakfast at Balthazars – another Ashleigh “must try” and dear god she was right. 946 more words