Yesterday I spent the day power walking through New York for a work trip and it never fails, no matter how many times I'm there I will always feel like a wide eyed tourist looking around at the ridiculous scenery. I always have to try to be as photo conscious as possible in an effort to be "cool" and not have my corny camera phone out all the time snapping pictures of anything and everything. However when I returned home I began browsing through photos I'd taken on past trips when I was younger and felt like it was ok to be a "tourist". That's when I came across these gems.
See the flat iron building right there? I met the one and only Mr. Karl Lagerfeld right in front of it about 4 years ago after stumbling onto a Fendi shoot with some classmates. Seriously! I have the pics to prove it, and I later found the Fendi ads in Elle. May of been the coolest "fashion moments" of my whole like. (I use the term "met" loosely").
I can't believe these have been hibernating on my external hard drive for the past 7 (holy crap) years. I may have to spend some time going through all my old pictures at some point, and perhaps I will share the best ones on here!