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We admit it. We’ve been fans of Effie Liu for awhile now. Yes, she has the best pink hair anyone could ask for, but she also has infectious energy and crazy talent. So obvi this made her at the top of our list for our Instagram project. In her own words, this is what she’s been up to recently:
Basically, I do the sweet lady vox and hype girling in a very funky electro / new jack swing band called French Horn Rebellion. Bebe Panthere is my funky-punky solo project that is currently in the works, but you should be on the look out for it by the end of the year! :)
Be sure to follow her on instagram @bebepanthere
A fur vest over a short sleeved top is one fashion forward way to deal with this unusually cool spring. Love the MiuMiu heels and the Jill Stuart bag. But love even more that the amazing metallic green color of the bag is actually fabric paint that Olivia used to turn a blah beige bag into an accessory that really pops!
It’s tricky to wear shorts in the city and not seem like the ultimate tourist. She makes it work with an aztec print short paired with an orange kimono sleeve top over a tee and neutral wedges. Not a huge fan of the fannypack but at least it has a nice aesthetic going for it!
Meron and B. Hawk were with me at Opening Ceremony and both have a great city vibe in all black looks with boots that pop. Look and learn, people.
Unless you live under a rock you know Susanne Bartsch knows how to put on a good party. And her new one at Marquee on Thursday nights is no exception and promises to give other Thursday night parties some stiff competition. Relative newcomer to the nightlife scene and friend Michael Fragoso is one of the co-hosts. Between the two they draw a crowd that is eclectic, cool and simply fun.
It’s impossible for me to get good style pix outside during #NYFW in February. What can I say? I don’t do cold and I don’t see the point of suffering to get someone’s outfit. (I mean, really? are you kidding me?) ESPECIALLY when I can get the same looks inside. And even better with no coats. The fall 2013 runways were mad colorful and these two are already on the same page. Like the chicken and the egg –does the runway inspire the street or vice versa? The debate continues…