Lucky Duck celebrates Raine Magazine’s International Launch Party at The Pierre Hotel.
Adele Macomber, one of my very best friends, is here visiting from Seattle, and I’m thrilled. Lucky for us, we got connected with an invite to an exclusive party tonight. I’ll start there, and work my way backwards through this very awesome day.
Before heading out, I captured a video of my outfit
Today was bumper to bumper goodness. I actually didn’t even have time to shower and change during my transition from day to evening, so I ran a curling iron through my hair and reapplied some makeup.
Photos on the step and repeat
America’s Next Top Model, Jaslene Gonzales, is wearing the same pair of Badgley Mischka earrings that I own! In fact, I wore mine to the Jenesequa Magazine Launch Party in Seattle. And oddly, in the picture of me on the right below, I’m wearing the exact same top I was wearing to this magazine launch party tonight. Odd, but hey, I have the same earrings as a Top Model!
Enjoying champagne service with Mrs. Kentucky
This isn’t the first time I’ve looked like a short, fat Oompah-Loompah in New York!
Dinner at Nobu 57
The little ceviche taco was Lucky Duck sized! And then I completely stuffed myself on Japanese Wagyu beef, scallops, shrimp, sushi, and ice cream. Adele and I had a blast sharing yummy plates and visiting.
Lunch at Fraunces Tavern
Prior to my epic night out in New York, Joe and I met up for lunch at the historic place where George Washington used to eat with his friends.
After a fantastic veggie wrap, we went upstairs and checked out the museum.
And then we went to the New York City Stock Exchange
Before meeting my friend at Deutsche Bank for coffee, we stopped to take a video outside of the financial mecca.
To top it off, this weird pilgrim picture is tagged
So after getting all colonial today, I get home and see that a friend from High School has tagged me on Facebook. I look at it and think, “Why am I dressed up like a pilgrim?!” It’s a photo of me getting my hair done backstage during our school production of “Oliver.” I’m 15 in the 10th grade. But that still doesn’t explain why they gave me a pilgrim costume…
And Bob’s Your Uncle!