More about me: Hello. Nice to meet you.
My name is Lindsey and I live in the wonderful bustling, busy, crazy, unique city of New York. Really, its quite a dream come true to be able to walk around the city, meet fabulous new (and eclectic) people and well… just see as the new trends evolve at my fingertips. I’m an LA girl (originally from the Valley) and this is definitely an adventure of a lifetime for me. I like to explore new places, try everything at least once, and be spontaneous.
If you like what you see, let me know, but more importantly, if you have any suggesstions, I’m always open to new fashion ideas. After all…. fashion is in the eye of the beholder….
A little more about myself:
Ok, so I’m, updating my site a bit. I’ve now lived in New York for about 2.5 years now. It’s really amazing to be able to say that and I feel truly lucky and grateful for this opportunity. Truthfully, I fully expected to only stay here for about a year. I wasn’t sure I could take the cold weather. I’m on my 4th apartment and live with my boyfriend, Andrew. We live in Spanish Harlem and it’s not the BEST place, but I love it. It’s quiet, and we have a big spacious 2 bedroom apartment only blocks away from the subway. I work at a wonderful and exciting new media company called Next New Networks. Specifically I am the community manager for 2 shows – Threadbanger which is DIY Fashion and TMI Weekly which is a girl’s talk show. On my free time (and to keep all my friends and family back at home updated) I keep a personal blog where I blog about anything from my crazy adventures, favorite songs of the moments, weird conversations, and weekend activities to funny and amusing things on the internet that I find. It’s fun to write and it’s it’ll give you a glimpse of my personal life, so be prepared! I update it pretty frequently and I love to get emails and feedback so bring it!
This is said boyfriend, Andrew. We both went to college together at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, yet we didn’t meet until we both moved (separately) to New York a few years later at a mutual friends’ party. It must have been fate because we’ve been inseparable ever since.