April 13, 2012
Last night, @ChrisSikora and I ventured to Toronto to attend Born to be Brad: An Evening With Brad Goreski and model h_marks.
We have a super fun time. @MrBradGoreski was super nice. He talked to everyone. Took pictures and personalized every book. I’ve been to multiple book signings and it is usually a quick signature and one picture. I was pleasantly surprised as to how relaxed the whole environment was.
Me, Brad and Chris
After the signing, there was a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres party. Flowing white wine and cookies shaped as bow ties and thick-rimmed glasses. It was perfect.
We mingled, had our photos taken by photographers and filled up on wine and sugar. And, just before we left, I noticed last summer’s hungry tiger working the crowd. A double take and a drop of the jaw later, Chris and I decided that we wouldn’t go @ParisHilton on the tiger this time. Perhaps next time.
Stay tuned for a review of Brad’s book Born To Be Brad coming soon! You can buy Brad’s book right here. Happy reading!
May 25, 2011
I met Kelly Cutrone (@peoplesrev) last night. She is a one-of-a-kind woman. A fashion PR mogul, an author and the star multiple television shows. Yet, the single mother still makes time to travel and talk to young people about being themselves and making positive change in the world.
Although Kelly puts on a tough exterior, she is very spiritual and cares very much for people. She even teared up when talking to us before signing her newest book, Normal Gets You Nowhere.
Chris and I were very excited to meet Kelly and had an amazing time.
Kelly & Me.
Kelly is actually a really nice woman. She was chatting with everyone, answering questions and offering advice. At one point she stopped the signing to call her daughter, Ava, and say ‘goodnight.’ Kelly asked us to yell “good night, Ava!” so Ava knew she was at work. She even smiled – but never while being photographed.
The book signing was only to last two hours but Kelly stayed after closing to sign everyone’s book. If you get a chance, you should pick up her books. Kelly offers advice on subjects your mother would never talk to you about.