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FNO @ The Wagon Boutique 9/10

17 Sep

Ok..I know, I know I am so late on this post! But here are the Fashion’s Night Out Pics from The Wagon Boutique. A Very Epic event which went down in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Sept. 10th! Fresh new designers such as Fe Noel of Simple Intricate, Briana Marie Bigham from B.MARIE Handbag, Skely W. of Cheese Wagon, and Jewelry designer Adrianne of Pink Velvet all showcased their up coming pieces for Fall 2010.

The Wagon definitely kept the night enertaining and pleasureful with a live performance from Jussie Smollet, catering by La Bella Norte, Free give-aways, & Make-Overs by Joey Angel and Shana of Glam 2 Luxe! Very eventful night at The Wagon Boutique.

Hosted by Spag Lo of The Wagon & JQ of Boogies New York! Sponsored by Pool Vodka & Gecko Tequila.

For more on The Wagon Boutique and/or Fashion’s Night Out 2010 go to http://www.thewagonboutique.blogspot.com/

-Dani Lacy

Fashion’s Night Out NYC 2010

2 Aug

Fashion’s Night Out 2010 will be epic! This global celebration of fashion, organized and directed by Vogues own Anna Wintour, has been the international buzz since last year’s extravaganza so if you are able to make it, be prepared for a night full of EVERYTHING fashion. New styles, designers, and looks will all be present.

Fashion’s Night Out will definitely be the icing on the fashion week cake! Don’t miss out fashionistas’ and isto’s!

For more on Fashion’s Night Out 2010 click here

To watch video click here

-Dani Lacy

Music Monday

2 Aug


Let’s take it back and pay respects to one of thee pioneers of  “reggae rappers”, Shinehead. Bursting into the New York reggae dance hall scene in the mid 80’s, it did not take long for Shinehead to tear up the sound systems. Shinehead brought versatility to hip hop/reggae fusion by mixing chatting, crooning, rapping, toasting and singing.  Growing up between Jamaica and America reflected Shinehead’s  sound in a very original and eclectic way. His music was a balance between positivity, love and social conciousness. Shinehead’s version of “Billie Jean” was what truly got his career booming, creating a buzz that would soon turn legendary. One of my favorite hits is “Know How to Fe Chat”, which is a REAL nice mix of hip hop and that street Jamaican sound.  As a west coaster and a young’n, I am just now being introduced to Shinehead and from first listen I am already a huge fan. Get put on or take it back, which ever fits and vibe with Shinehead.

A few of Shinehead’s hits:

-Dani Lacy