Yes, I went with the gorgeous green HUGO BOSS
pantsuit. I’m obsessed. Last night was the “Anthropocene” film by Marco Brambilla
premiere at the brand spankin’ new HUGO BOSS store at Columbus Circle
. The moment I walked inside, past the crowds and red carpet (oh, hi Woody Allen, it was nice to meet you!) I was blown away. The store is 3 stories high, sleek, and with some stunning architecture. I’m obsessed with all of Hugo’s tailoring, and so of course, was the only girl at the party in a full-on green pantsuit. It’s just so darn chic and soft to the touch, I just knew I had to. To add a little me
into the look, I threw on my custom Worth & Worth hat
with vintage hardware as an added touch. I’d wear this whole look again with some booties, a rugged tank top, and nothing else on another day. It’s that perfect. After one too many champagnes, everyone made it to the third floor, for the ANTHROPOCENE
movie premiere, overlooking all of Columbus Circle. Brambilla’s film of Central Park was gorgeous. The psychadelic colors transformed the park into a kaleiodscope I’ve only seen in my dreams. The orchestra gave it a haunting and beautiful feel throughout all of Columbus Circle. I waited downstairs just to see it again and again playing in the screens overhead. A film produced as part of the Central Park Conservatory, is a must-see. Go ahead and visit the brand new HUGO BOSS Columbus Circle store to view Anthropocene for yourself…it’s well worth it!
The installation “Anthropocene” will be up at the new Hugo Boss flagship at Columbus Circle until the 30th.
Visit and take an Instagram video with the hashtag #HBNYC to be part of the art here at: http://bit.ly/hbnycnod
Soon, I will be GIVING AWAY a HUGO BOSS piece
…this amazing black handbag that I can’t seem to take off. Stay tuned and follow in my Instagram
for updates on the contest! Sponsored by Hugo Boss.
View ANTHROPOCENE by Marco Brambilla here: