Unconscious of the unique decorative “crackling effect” achieved in the wainscotting.
. . . jean toting reveler hides zing #17
Looking forward to a fun filled evening of Twister.
Taking a cue from the Felix waiters . . .
Making reservations for a lane at Bowlmore can be competitive!
“You think I did not know Joe Millionaire was poor?”
“Really, it’s a better Trivial Pursuit strategy to go for the green before the pink”
Mousse, gel, or wax? Pressing questions for the follicly challenged is discussed in sincerity.
The debate continues . . . glass or bottle?
Concerned he has missed Kate Hudson.
Concerned they’ve missed AndrewAndrew.
Casting call for Old Navy.
“Now is the winter of our discontent.”
SoHo Grand Mardi Gras: first the beads, then the top.
Checking to make sure he doesn’t miss the curtain call to Urinetown.
“Let’s Do the Time Warp Again,” David Gibson and fellow Rocky Horror fans.
Brittany, Christina dress to impress.
“I’m sorry, the magazines are for curators only, ”managing editor Melanie Flood sighs to Steve Kaplan.
Faithful users of the Sonic Clean Between Machine.
Contemplating Anna Kounikova’s unsurprising defeat.
Applauding her surprising realistic perfomance in Enrique Iglesias’s video.
Content with the idea that color is the new black.
Ruing the night’s decision to forgo an ascot.
“It’s a story, of a man named Brady.”
Haiku tag team, the new parlor game.
Who said stripes clash with with pattern?
Knight Rider or Walker Texas Ranger?
“You wouldn’t believe the changes that Ralph Lauren has planned for the next season!”
Note the old switch-a-roo!
Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special orders don’t upset us, all we ask is that you let us serve your way . . . at the Soho Grand
Camera? Handbag? Cell phone? Or have they morphed into the same thing?
Observing fashionable consumers Andrew Coulright diverts his attention while multimedia savvy Aaron is busy making a bet on The New York Liberty.
“I can get you a good deal on Xerox toner.”
“Altoids, curiously strong mints,” thinks DJ Max.
James Fuentes giggles about the unscrupulous nature of call waiting