Travel Fashion Guide: A Week At the Lincoln Center

What was once an amazing week under big white tents in Bryant Park – Midtown Manhattan, has moved to the Upper West Side for an even bigger week of fashion at the Lincoln Center. It’s almost that wonderful time of the year again – Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NYC. Loads of flashing lights, incredible runway shows, parties, shopping, glitz, and glamour – If that doesn’t catch your eye, than perhaps the NYC street fashion as it kicks into high gear will. There are always some really great looks both on and off the runway.



I’m a little sad that I’ll missed most of it, but I’ looking forward to some much needed vaca time in the Caribbean and I’ll be back in time to catch a few shows and parties before the week is over. Two of my favorite shows to watch are Michael Kors and Betsy Johnson, and each always has some amazing pieces for me to pack and take on my next adventure.


This month the Travel Fashion Guide will be introducing you to some fab designers that are on the move.  Menswear, women’s apparel, and accessories  I know you’re going to love learning about these designers and adding some unique pieces to your travel  and everyday wardrobe. Do you have a favorite designer? Live in the NYC Area? What are some of your “go to” pieces for stepping out during fashion week?

Wishing you happy travels! -xo AGT

More $20 Rush Tickets to the MET Opera!

The general public can begin to purchase ticket at the box office 2 hours before the show begins. Senior citizens (65 and over) can reserve their tickets beginning at 10 am on the day of performance online, or by calling 212-362-6000. This offer is restricted to two per order, and proof of age is required when tickets are picked up at the box office.

Schedule of Performances:

February 28th – Aida

February 29th – Don Giovanni

March 1st – Khovanshchina

March 5th – Elisir d’Amore, L’

March 6th – Khovanshchina

March 7th – Don Giovanni

March 8th – Madama Butterfly

March 12th – Elisir d’Amore, L’

March 13th – Khovanshchina

March 14th – Don Giovanni

All performances begin at 7:30pm. Be sure to get there early, pack a snack, and bring a book as you wait in line for the box office to open. The few times I went last year I arrived and hour to two hours early to get in line, and people were already there. It’s a fun experience to try at least once, and the seats are amazing for only $20! Click here for more information.

Love AGT :)