My dear friend Catalina happened to be in the city too. Her friend, now turned my friend Heather lives in Greenwich with her family so we took the Metro North for $10 from Grand Central Terminal with Tyler and stayed with them.
I have never seen a house so beautiful. We went out to dinner in Long Island and met other friends. Had many laughs over drinks and food. 🙂
I had been dying to check out Waldorf and finally we had the opportunity. Though the original crew BWD (Babes Who Dine) weren’t available, we made the best of it!
Happy Birthday Laura! We spent the evening drinking and eating and catching up on life. It’s really nice to get together for a celebration because we get so caught up with work and our personal life that it’s hard to find time to meet with different friends.
The hotel was beautiful. I did feel a bit out-of-place (like I usually do) in a new spot, but even more so here because Waldorf is so fancy. I mean, valet is $50.
Would I go back? For sure… I’d love to check out brunch.
Went out last minute to a Halloween party for Privy last Friday. It was obviously a costume party but I had no costume. I did my best… I put on my Ultra Violet Bella Freud sweater, Violet boots, booty shorts, fur and said I was a superhero.
Girl’s road trip to Vegas while JL visited from NY and JR from Macau! We had the time of our lives… arrive Friday afternoon after stopping by In N Out and Krispy KremeP. We stayed at the Cosmo and went out to Omnia that evening. We then went to Drai’s and stayed out until 5am. Woke up around noon to head out after pho of course.
A trip to NY isn’t completed without a visit to The Circle NYC club in Koreatown.
I know, it’s so retarded that I still go k-clubbing but how can I not? I am KOREAN! 😛
We celebrated the night with JL and her bf and his friends. I almost hate NY in the summer because it’s so goddamn hot and thank GOD I had my hanky cause I needed to wipe my face, constantly. I don’t know how other girls do it with all the makeup on their face… I die!
What an eventful evening with so many other residents of Los Angeles!
The beginning was a bit hectic and intolerable but after a few glasses of champagne, we completely forgot about the horrific transpiration situation hours before!
I just wish our group leader (bus from BH) was a bit more organized because we arrived late and missed the whole napkin spin and other stuff.
Jo and I lugged one square table, two white foldable chairs, 1 cooler, 1 stick of bread, huge bag with stuff and ourselves all the way from Beverly Hills to the secret location.
Two years ago, it was on Rodeo Blvd., which we missed and was a way better location that Pershing Square. But I would like to say that LA is prolly really strict so blocking streets were not acceptable this year. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
I mean, Pershing Square is an open park where you can go and have a meal any time you want. So due to that reason, the location sucked, no novelty factor at all!
Jo and I were sweating and disgusting throughout the whole process. It was such a warm night and I couldn’t believe the amount of perspiration that I was oozing…
Luckily we had a hand cart and we were able to roll everything. I saw a few familiar faces and wanted to meet new friends, but it seemed like everyone was very cliquey and not engaging with people outside of their group. Note to self: come with a lot of friend next time.
We registered late so we barely had time to prep let alone get people sponsored and wait for a response from the Diner en Blanc team.
Even though the tranSportation part was a bitch, we forgot about it all by the end of our first bottle the night and we danced the night away! It was too much fun… I can’t wait to do it again AND I know how to prepare myself next time. 🙂