Happy Chinese New Year!

I love getting emails from my fashionista sister in Singapore, Nadia Daeng.  With today being the official Lunar New Year on the Chinese calendar, her email was more than timely.

While on a trip to Ion Orchard (one of Singapore’s premium shopping venues), Nadia snapped a pic of a beautiful Dragon inspired dress– a collaboration featuring an amazing trio of designers: Zen Chi, Frederick Lee and Andrew Oei.

How fabulous is this?

 

FASHION WEEK RECAP: Special Guest Blogger, Nadia Daeng!

By Nadia Daeng (@nadiadaeng)

How did I start my Monday for New York Fashion Week? I didn’t spend my time wishing I could fit into sample size dresses; I was introduced to food that is “GOODNESS with a touch of BADNESS”. Model/ philanthropist Elettra Wiedemann (pictured below) has teamed up with restaurateur/Michelin star chef Ed Brown to bring a full service pop-up restaurant that provided New York fashionistas with the fabulous of option of fast, fresh and healthy cuisine! From September 11th through the 14th, GOODNESS served up not only healthy and delicious appetizers, entrees and desserts by Ed Brown but also more “sinful” options created by daily guest chefs from a stellar line-up of New York’s up-and-coming culinary talent scene.

Delectable specials to look out for included Pan-Seared Bream Mash with Truffle Vinaigrette and Montauk Swordfish with Zucchini Succotash – it all tastes as good as it looks. The equally stunning Elettra explained her rational behind GOODNESS is to provide a highly convenient, healthy and fast option for the Lincoln Centre fashion crowd. What are you waiting for? Time to dine among the models, designers, industry insiders and epicureans of New York Fashion Week. This little piece of culinary heaven was open for breakfast and lunch from 7am to 3pm at 44 West 63rd Street. For more information, visit http://www.goodnessbadness.com