Photo via Evan Clingan Coming from someone who has maybe paid for a gym membership for 1 month of her 24 years of living, I can certainly attest to being lazy when it comes to working out. I do understand that it is very important to stay fit and healthy, so I try to find other ways to keep myself in shape. You probably won’t ever find me on the elliptical and I’ll never be apart of team#fitfam, but I can give you some advice on how I stay (somewhat) fit. 1. Walk, walk, walk. Here in NYC, we are in some ways lucky that walking is one of the most simple forms of transportation. If the temperatures aren’t too extreme and I leave myself ample time, I will always choose to walk to my destination- uptown to downtown, east to west… get those legs moving! Even taking a stroll with a friend… it’s truly nice to get lost around this city. You’re burning more calories than you think. 2. Make it a social thing. I’ll gladly take a class with friends! There are so many options when it comes to classes and they are always great to do with […]
Photographed by Meah Denee This year marks Houston native, Chinaza Moses’ first collection shown during NYFW. The origami inspired capsule collection was shown at The Holy Apostles Ballroom in Chelsea. Seven years design experience under her belt, the FIT graduate has worked for many prominent companies including both Alice & Olivia and Elle 360. Eclectic and chic, Chinaza successfully manages to emit a sweet simplicity in such complex pieces. Moses’ collection was a wearable work of true art. Each piece was white, delicately designed with soft structured fabric origami pieces, sheer accents, and paper origami headpieces. The designer mixed elements of both couture and streetstyle, pairing the elegant garments with origami adorned white sneakers.