Let’s End Hunger Together

Let’s End Hunger Together
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One of the reasons I continue my work in the public is to help support and promote causes close to my heart. There are so many hardships and tragedies throughout the world constantly in the news, it can be easy to forget what’s going on right in our neighborhood. In New York City, there are 2.6 million people who struggle with putting food on the table. We know that SNAP (food stamps) are in the news again…

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Once A Housewife

Once A Housewife
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Hey KKBLovers, were you watching Real Housewives last night? Some of you may know that I made a reappearance. It was ladies’ night with the Countess at Beautique in New York – an uptown (well technically midtown, but still uptown for me) joint that serves as a meat market for single men who work on Wall Street but call the Upper East Side home – and the women who love them. I wore a custom Carlos…

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Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius
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Coucou KKBLovers, I have an important weather update for you: thunder only happens when it’s raining. Today it’s raining in New York, and the wet concrete holds promises of spring romance and rebirth. I’ve got Stevie Nicks on my mind. Yep, players only love you when they’re playing. Coming off of Coachella, I’m feeling the influence of modern-day boho vibes that draw their inspiration from 70’s flower child style, when love was free and hair…

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Wardrobe Update: Bombers and Kimonos

Wardrobe Update: Bombers and Kimonos
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While I was in LA last week, I stopped into Maxfields to do some browsing and spotted this silk velvet bomber jacket from Haider Ackermann. I have been a fan of Haider’s for years – his masterful tailoring, inventive cuts and reinterpretations of classics like the bomber jacket. I wasn’t planning on buying anything in particular, but you know how love at first sight works – I had to have it. The bomber jacket has…

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Paradise Found: Los Angeles Travel Diary

Paradise Found: Los Angeles Travel Diary
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New Yorkers famously love to hate on Los Angeles. I think they’ve created this defense mechanism because if they went West and experienced life among the palm trees, beautiful surfers, and year-round perfect weather, there’d be no one left in New York. Sea and I debarked for our LA adventure last week. We almost didn’t make it – we arrived late for check in and were nearly stampeded by a gaggle of supermodels wielding St….

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