Month: July 2020

  • Tech August

    Every August I feature the latest gadgets.  Devices I like or want to have. This year is no different.  I am going out on a limb here.  Mystery Vibe deliver simple or high tech pleasure.  Stay Tuned for the story.  Mystery Vibe Sex Toy 



    Berlin canceled CSD this season.  But that did not stop Galeries Lafayette from having its annual LGTB event at its Berlin Department Store.  Every weekend this July “Peep Month” was celebrated with shopping, music, and fun in Mitte.  The last event happens July 31st. 


    Stay Tuned for more details.  I am a fan of the Hanseatic City. 

  • No Need for Lux!

    Every season, two times a year, I hit the luxury stores. Sale Season! Those words are music to my eyes, hard on the wallet. Always updating the wardrobe on a budget.  This year, like everything, things are a bit strange. Only a few customers allowed in the stores with fewer sales people.  I noticed the […]

  • Couture Without a Runway!

    A follow up to my earlier story on Couture Week without a Runway.  

  • Eyewear Tips

    Part 2 of the feature on Summer Eyewear Tips.  From professionals, the best advice for buying sunglasses this season.  I got the quick lowdown from Schoenhelden Optic. Click the link below. 

  • Milan Digital Fashion Week

    Our online coverage from Milan begins today. 

  • Paris Fashion Week Men, AGAIN

    Paris Fashion Week Men ended today. Here is a list of looks in films.  Stay Tuned for reviews. 

  • Paris Fashion Week Men

    Paris Fashion Week Men kicked off this season online.  In the New Normal fashion shows are not in style.  Designers delivered their latest looks via digital platforms.  Below are some highlights: I could not embed the code for Issey Miyake.  Stay Tuned for full reviews. 

  • Digital Couture,,Few Looks

    Paris Haute Couture Week or days have passed. In the New Normal, runway shows are from a past era. Being front row at a Chanel is not immunity from Covid-19.  What I did I think? Without the runway and excitement it felt a bit of a let down. Brands opted for long videos and short […]