Friday, September 17, 2010

seeya // Fresh Club tonite

To all my Frankfurters and out of towners: if you're around - stop by and party with us and DJ Schowi and The Get Busy Boys at Sinkkasten Artsclub. Presented by my girl Rudegyal Mantiz and Trinity Light. Pow!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

juslisen // Björk- Hyperballad

Let me try to find the right words - beautiful, vulnerable, strong and has amazing energy. It's genius and epic in its simplicity. EPIC!
The melodic composition of this song is simply amazing. The musical structure and the joining of the single elements and instruments is mindrobbing. Björk has always been ahead of our time. Headphones on - bye bye world - period.

random craziness // Willow Smith - Whip my hair

OMG, can you believe this song? When I've heard it for the first time I couldn't believe that it was a 9 year old girl singing...and on top of that it's Will Smith's cheeky brat Willow who reminds me a bit of Rihanna by the way. Check it out.

random niceness // Chanel Gallery Boutique SoHo Re-Opening

There is truly only one person who can create such a mad phenomenon in SoHo, and get New Yorkers who are known to have seen it all, truly riled up and excited about something– Karl Lagerfeld.

The Chanel store in SoHo situated on Spring Street and Wooster Street has reopened last friday, September 10th, right on time for NY Fashion Week and people went nuts.

Check out a video recap of the event.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Never forget...

I love this dialog between Carrie and the US Navy guy. This episode "Anchors away" was written right after the World Trade Center attack 9/11 2001 and was first aired in July 2002. And even though they don't mention the attack once in the whole episode - if you read between the lines you can totally see what they are talking about...and that's why I love Sex and the City....and New York too. 


Carrie: If Louis was right...and you only get one great love - New York may just be mine...and I can't have nobody talking shit about my boyfriend...

Thursday, September 9, 2010

random niceness // bookmarc by Marc Jacobs

One of New York's finest - Mr. Marc Jacobs - has opened his own bookstore at Bleecker Street/ W11th last weekend. According to New York Magazine he is planing on opening a restaurant too - uptown. So exciting...I guess this is a good substitute for me because I still can't get over the fact that Marc by Marc Jacobs Accesories, one of my favourite must-go-to-stores, has been closed.

Read more about it here and here.

goodbye German summer...come back soon and stay a lil bit longer.

juslisen // Ron Isley feat. Lauryn Hill - Close to you

Some may say that this version of the "Carpenters" song is classic, others might say it's corny. All I have to say is that I've missed me some "former" Lauryn Hill so much. And it kinda reminds me of the duett "Nothing even matters" with D'Angelo from her first solo album "The miseducation of Lauryn Hill" which I still dearly love. 

juslisen// Ron Isley feat. Lauryn Hill - Close to you