Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
So much fun in New York this past weekend/week. We went out for a Wildfox Press day at our Showroom, talked to some magazines and ate cupcakes with pink sparkles. Danger. There was an empty loft next door to the showroom and we ran around inside of it looking out the large windows onto the busy streets underneath us. I love to watch people walk in New York. Everybody always has somewhere to be. Pretty signs hang from dark doorways and it's easy to get drunk at 4pm, thinking about the next day, sleeping in too late on a big white hotel bed. We went to a new restaurant which I will write about later, called Peels (by the same people who did Freeman's).
I hoped for rain the entire time, got a few minutes of light drops on the sidewalk only. We ordered sushi in our room and called room service way too many times. Watched terrible movies on On Demand ( I can't even tell you too embarrassing). Crammed into a cab with new friends and sang showtunes out the windows, the cab driver cringing and driving faster. New York during the day is beautiful and curious. Being in New York at night it is hard to calm down. Back in LA and happy to be home.
Posted by Emily Faulstich at 4:56 PM
Monday, October 18, 2010
Just saw Nowhere Boy this weekend. I really liked it, but it was a little sad! Beautiful movie though, made me want to know more about John Lennon. I have always been a huge fan of Yoko Ono and her work and found these great pictures of them together during their war protest in 1969.
"Drove from Paris to the Amsterdam Hilton
Talking in our beds for a week
The newspapers said
say what're you doing in bed
I said we're only trying to get us some peace."
-John & Yoko
Posted by Emily Faulstich at 2:24 PM
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
On the banks she saw green hills covered with beautiful vines; palaces and castles peeped out from amid the proud trees of the forest; she heard the birds singing, and the rays of the sun were so powerful that she was obliged often to dive down under the water to cool her burning face.
Posted by Emily Faulstich at 6:29 PM