week[end].

Living in NYC has proven to be one of those places where things just kind of happen. No plans are really necessary, when it comes to having something to do. You could “plan” to stay home and do laundry or you could get that text requesting your presence at some cool event that you would rather be apart of. Or you could stay home and scroll your instagram timeline saying to yourself, “I so should have went!” Its best to always be ready because you never know what the day will consist of…

This weekend in particular consisted of the Bud Light #turnupsummer event featuring Swizz Beatz and a plethora of cool New Yorkers, Lobster Rolls, Beer/Margaritas and a soundtrack perfect for socializing on a Pier in the middle of the Financial District. I love these kind of events because they bring out all kinds of people. People who appreciate Music, Fashion, Art, Pop Culture etc. that make for exceptional conversations that are never forced and always entertaining. Not to mention the crazy amount of networking that takes place.

The night before was all about the G-Shock and Haze collaboration showcase that was sponsored by Heineken. I suppose its safe to say that many events in NYC consist of beer, but these aren’t your typical “beer parties”. They tend to be a bit more complex, a bit more chic even. The DJ was spinning classic 90′s music to include vintage Jay-Z and Lil’Kim tracks. With that being said, YOU KNOW I was in my own little world the entire night.

Sunday was a day of complete inspiration and work. I left Uptown and headed Downtown (Soho to be exact) to discuss a future project I am working on with an artist that many will be familiar with really soon. It was good talk about Branding, Fashion, Music and he even showed me a few hidden gems in the area that I can’t wait to go back and check out. I even squeezed in time to pick up some new material from my favorite magazine shop in Soho before it closed for the night. Its amazing how much can be accomplished in just 48 hours. Lets see what this week beholds…