Playing: Watch You Change-The Drowners
Reading: Animal Farm by George Orwell
Cronut, which was a pretty big deal during NYFW, at Barney's Co-Op. They were being served from 10a.m.-2 p.m., so I figured showing up at lunchtime would be safe because how many people would be willing to wait in the rain for it? Unfortunately, the line was cut off at 8 a.m. so I didn't end up getting one. I ended up at Singapore's Banana Leaf at the farmer's market for a dish of spicy fish curry instead, which was perfect for the rainy weather.
Journey of a Dress, which celebrated the 40th anniversary of the wrap dress. After waiting in line for half an hour, I learned that the Diane von Furstenberg exhibit was actually free, which was a pleasant surpirse. I hope that bit of information saved you time, if you go.
here. Overall, the collection was pretty amazing and it's a must for any fashion lover. I especially liked how there was something on the West Coast for me to visit after missing out on Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty at the Met in New York and the Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton collection at the musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris.