Catch Me if you can!!!!!


As Fashion's Night Out gets closer, my anticipation is mounting. I have gone to FNO since it started 3 years ago. The first year I went, I was volunteering at the BCBG event they were having at the store close to Bryant Park. I went last year with my friend, my two cousins, his girlfriend and his cousin. This year, I am going with 2 of my closest friends, my cousin, my sister and her friends. So let's just say....I'm rollin deep!!!!

Fashion's Night Out is the most amazing way to kick off New York Fashion Week. Celebrities, designers, and shoppers are everywhere. Each store has an event from 6-10 or 6-11. It is a night of madness and mayhem all over NYC where the drinks are free, the music is loud and everyone is FABULOUS!!! Every single store is having an event of some sort, some have food, and all have music. Last year I didn't get to purchase an FNO t-shirt or tote bag like I wanted to, but I will this year. Here is a list of where you can find me in NYC tomorrow night:

1st stop - Dash at 119 Spring St. I have never been to the Kardashian's store in New York. After watch Kim and Kourtney take NY I have always wanted to go. Plus I figured, FNO should be the most eventful night there.

2nd stop - Carlos Miele at 408 West 14th St. He's a Brazilian designer with a great boutique in the Meat Packing district.

3rd stop - Catherine Malandrino at 652 Hudson St. Last year, her FNO tote bags were free (I think). I didn't get there until they were closed and ran out of bags.

4th stop - DVF at 874 Washington St. I have loved designer Diane Von Furstenberg since I was in high school. Her store is amazing and will be a lot of fun.

5th stop - Tory Burch at 38-40 Little West 12th St. For me, this was the best FNO event last year hands down!!! Her store was turned into a nightclub with bouncers outside and everything. The music was great and the crowd was having the time of their lives, including me. This is definitely a "must return."

6th stop - Tracey Reese at 641 Hudson St. After getting to contribute to her fashion show in February of this year, her FNO even is a must. Every year she has a dance contest with a great crowd and liquor flowing. This is also my final stop of the night.

For those who are store hopping tomorrow night, be safe and be careful. Enjoy yourselves to the fullest and go to as many places as you can. Most of the events I'm going to are all in the Meat Packing District in the 14th and Washington area. Five hours is more than enough time to go to all of your planned events. My camera is charged and ready!!!

Nichole Naomi
xoxo

Nichole Naomi

I am a Brooklyn-born, Jersey-raised, very proud Jamaican American. I am a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelors Degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurial Studies. I am also the CEO of Baseline Cosmetics, where make up meets music.

1 comment:

  1. I wish I could go to FNO! Sounds like you have made a great schedule... Have fun!

    Ladylike at Predator Ridge

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