“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak” – Rachel Zoe
Trends come and go but having your own style is what makes you stand out. We spotted a few different looks over the weekend and we love how these fashionistas and fashionistos are embracing their own style. Check them out:
Look #1: The Brooklyn City Slicker
Her Misfit clutch in hand, pink shoes and funky jumpsuit, this Fashionista is ready to make an impression.
Look #2: The Upper East Sider
With just a simple white shirt and black shorts, this fashionista is evoking a city chic look for a night out on the town.
Look #3: The Wall Street Bachelor
Move over Chuck Bass, this bachelor is taking over!
Look #4: The Hampton’s Heart Breaker
Every town has it’s heart breaker, and this lover boy is channeling his inner Nate Archibald.
Which was your favorite look?
Three events were happening on Saturday night and yet Garden Lounge was packed with an audience moving to the beat of international DJ Yves Larock. Opening for Yves was DJ Bullet who spiced up the crowd with raggaeton and a bit of reggae. Later, our very own DJ K9 took the stage with his famous set of Hip-Hop and had us dancing until dawn.
For such a small place, we were not sure how the set up for such a famous DJ would be. The deck was transformed into a VIP section with all black couches. Inside the restaurant was supposed to be a Hip-Hop room but it seemed like the crowd preferred the outside atmosphere, enjoying the sound of Yves Larock.
Being an all black affair, it was no surprise that almost everyone at Privé were in black which added an extra luxurious feel to the event. We were not able to get much pictures due to the small space of Garden Lounge but we saw some fun jumpers, some leather, and a lot of cropped tops. Besides who doesn’t look good in black?
Who says a couple has to be in a romantic relationship?
As promised, our best dressed couple by a landslide are two besties that always manage to make heads turn when they’re together.
Although we saw plenty of originality and individuality at LAVISH no other twosome came close.
We are loving this retro 90s style! She could not have worn it better with her gorgeous wild curls!
We all love weddings.
The exchange of vows, the first dance …
Our favorite part is the dressing up: Ladies in gowns, men in tuxedos…
Or like this one … a la Chuck Bass
On our 1 year anniversary, we would like to thank our followers and all those who supported and helped us this year.
To our friends and family, thank you for your unconditional support.
Stay tuned for more fashion, beauty and passion!
Here’s a great look for the fall. Don’t you love how this fashionista is embracing her curls? We certainly do.
It’s that time of year again. School is back on, and fashion’s (well mine) favorite season is almost upon us. Cue the classic layers, boots, leather jackets, tights, etc.
Here’s one of our favorite casual friday looks
Cope dress, Zara bag and Tory Burch shoes
Spotted while enjoying a night out, Fashionisto wear white shirt, gray trousers, and … red suspenders!
Fashionista is wearing Logo T-shirt “Ain’t not Laurent without Yves”, black skirt, and colorful long vest with fur lining from Urban Outfitters.
Wedge Sneakers from Isabel Marant and Celine bag.
All in black with reigning Miss Haiti Anedie Azael and Fashion Ayiti:
For the second time, international DJ Max Vangeli graced us with an amazing performance last Friday at Tara’s. This time however, the dancing took place in a more intimate setting called “Il encuentro” behind the usual monster stage. Vangeli played for a roaring crowed who wildly agreed the music was great.
Dear fashionistas and fashionistos, we are so happy to see the women stepped it up this time. We saw colors, different cuts, and jersey was not so much “de rigueur”. To our dear men of the evening, yes you also had shinning moments, but ladies, we side with you this time.
Stay tuned for RUMORS this Friday. We will be picking the best dressed lady of the night.
Dress to impress people 😉
Was that a party or what? Invasion my friends, was a crazy spectacle for the ears with DJs K9, Bernard Chauvet, Franco the Saint, and Joachim Garraud, special guest from Paris (ou lala), but let’s face it, dear fashionistas and fashionistos, the party was way more of a mind blowing experience for the eyes. Haiti’s first 3D party was a success, and all the props and applauds go to Black Palm Events and its amazing team. The stage made of LED lights gave a HiDef surpassing all expectations (Were we really on EDH?), and for the first time, Fashion Ayiti was there to capture all of the best fashion moments.
We all know (because we’ve been there), that most of us go on big shopping sprees right before December and the summer season. We feel for our wallets, and throw a tiny b**** fit when someone else bought the exact same thing. It was all apparent at Invasion. We saw some crazy combos, some slick outfits and lots and lots of short jersey dresses.
Ladies, as much as it pains us to admit, the guys took this one. We saw a lot more originality, sleekness and all around swag from the men. Yes you’re gorgeous and your legs go on for days, but we wish you would take more risks with fashion. Short doesn’t necessarily mean fashionable and more coverage leaves more things to the imagination. We now give a small round of applause to the guys who truly set themselves apart, made this night a little more vibrant and showed us the true meaning of personal style.
Check out our Facebook album for more pictures:
Spotted wearing all Zara Kids.