Category Archives: hawt happenings

hawt happenings: lovegold’s “golden hour” event at beauty & essex

the deuxmoi gals got a chance to go to LoveGold’s “Golden Hour” event this week at Beauty & Essex, and let me just start by saying Lauren Kaminksy (aka GoldGirl) is one rad chick. Lauren is a third generation pawnbroker and vice president of EZ Pawn Shop and curator at the lower east side hotspot:

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hawt happenings: graffiti…art terrorism or the next movement? by Paul Johnson Calderon

by now, most of us have seen the video of my dear friend and artist, Christopher Johnson tagging the highly publicized Jeff Koons Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of Art. the incident took place a few nights ago in front of a stunned crowd of Koons’ following. but, can we simply write this off as

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hawt happenings: ny fashion week (as told by the newly rehabbed Paul Reid Johnson Calderon #soberlife)

to quote, rather fittingly, F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s Gatsby, fashion week came & went like a chic moth “among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.”  having been doing this for the past seven years now, i’ve learned to pick and choose my battles.  no need to over extend oneself on what–aside from the amazing

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hawt happenings: met gala 2013

Met Gala 2013, Punk: Chaos to Couture by Paul Reid Johnson Calderon as a former punk (and a punk to this day at soul), i found this year’s Met Gala to be quite the dyadic parade.  on the one hand, you had the true punk visionaries like, Vivienne Westwood; who pioneered the music/fashion/political power force that

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hawt happenings: dennis stock photography exhibit at milk studios

milk gallery’s latest exhibition, dennis stock photographs, opened tuesday night to rave reviews from a starstruck crowd. guests chatted, clinked glasses, and clamored over iconic images of james dean, marilyn monroe, and audrey hepburn. between air kisses and squeals of excitement, the likes of new york magazine’s sue bohlen, photographer isa brito, barry kieselstein-cord, chris reed, and artist marco santaniello made their way

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