Lola New York is going on a hiatus... When we return this blog will be part of a bigger network under the Lola Waldorf brand. But don't fret, you can still follow us on Facebook where you can keep up with our progress and get your daily does of LNY-ish entertainment. See you soon!
Monday, August 26, 2013
Whether it be via old movies or my Instagram, by now I'm sure you know of, or at least heard of Mae West. The Curvy Sass Queen from New York City. As we all know, I'm quite fond of my city and the kick-ass women (past or present) who hail from it. Just in case you don't enjoy black and white cinema as much as I do, allow me to give you a brief history lesson on this old Hollywood gem.
Photography is one of my more favorite forms of art. With that being said, have you seen Dina Goldsteins "Fallen Princess"? No? OMG, you're so luck to have me! In 2009 photographer Dina Goldstein introduced her mesmerizing series, "Fallen Princesses. A collection of photographs taken by Goldstein that depict Disney's most popular princesses with a not so "happily ever after" after all. Recently the very popular
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Are you following "Lola New York" on Facebook? No? Well, you're missing out BIG TIME! Our new Facebook Page doesn't just offer blog updates, its loaded with quotes, pictures, art and other Lola New York-ish type things from some of our favorite blogs. Head on over to https://www.facebook.com/LolaNYBlog and "Like" us for all updates. You won't regret it.
Monday, June 24, 2013
About a year ago on an Art 101 class trip to MoMA PS1, I stumbled upon 5 Pointz. Directly across the street from the infamous museum, standing in line awaiting our tour guide, I couldn't keep my eyes off this big beautiful colorful building; and from that day forward I've done nothing but brainstorm ideas on how to share the beauty that I witnessed with the world. In this new segment "Around My Town", every week I will feature a gallery of photos I have taken of some of the most beautiful but underrated places around New York City.
Friday, June 21, 2013
Style inspiration doesn't just come from the runways and magazines, most of the time (in my world) it comes from fictional characters in books, movies and tv shows."Fiction to Fashion" is my take on the very popular "steal her style" segments in the fashion blog world. Every week I will feature a character with a killer unique fashion sense, and show you where you can purchase the featured products. Let the shopping spree commence!