Happy New Year!
January 2, 2015
My Incredible 2014
2014 was an incredible busy year. My son Dylan Reid aka Dj Dylan Reid was born three weeks early on October 4th, 2014. Below is a quick recap of the year in review.
photo c/o Jennifer Lee Photography
In January I took a 48 hour trip to Los Angeles for work where I stayed with my BFF Ike Barinholtz and met his beautiful child. While there I also attended good friend Rosario Dawson's movie premiere, Gimme Shelter.
Photo c/o Wire Image credit JB Lacroix
In February I found out I was pregnant on Day 6 (February 11th) of NYFW at the Badgley Mischka show while covering it for the blog (clearly why I look so pale lol)! I also covered shows for OliviaPalermo.com the same week as seen here and took part in an incredible event to Save the Garment Center here in NYC with Caravan Stylist Studio and Century 21.
photo credit: Mike Coppola for getty images
In April I was invited to a lovely power lunch with the EIC Bonnie Fuller of HollywoodLife.com.
In May (my Birthday month) I was invited to the CLIO Image Awards and rocked the red carpet revealing my baby bump in my special dress by good friends Rosario & Abrima and Jewels by BMGxRL.
Photos by Paul Zimmerman/WireImage
In June my father turned 70! We celebrated life together in NYC!
In July I shared with you all some of my new favorite vintage store finds and of course a post on Johnny & Kate.
In August I was asked to be a speaker for Pandora's Women in Business Speaker Series. It was such honor and I am so excited to have Dylan Reid rock this onesie :))
In September I decided to not do my own NYFW show which was a hard decision after being part of NYFW for many September seasons. But, I wanted to take care of my body as baby Dylan was on his way and he did come early so I do believe my decision was a great call ;) Of course, I still was a busy bee...hosting a party, attending the Bloglovin Awards (OP.com won!) and covering other shows.
I would not change 2014! Each step was a beautiful step. I am looking forward to this new year and I believe it will sparkle and shine in different ways and excited to take you along with me on this journey Behind the Seams.
"Our eyes are placed in front because its more important to look ahead than back."