Wednesday, June 27, 2007


She defined style and made us look fierce in the workplace. Claiborne was a trailblazer indeed for women's rights and was surely appreciated. The company is having a moment of silence at 9am and Women's Wear Daily (WWD) is running a public statement regarding all her accomplishments.

Girlfriends Get-Together crosses our stilettos and curtsy in her honor.

To learn more, click here.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Many congrats to Tiger Woods and his wife Elin on the arrival of their new baby girl, Sam Alexis Woods. She is the couple's first little bundle of joy!

Tiger posted the following message on his Web site the day his daughter was born:

"Both Elin and Sam are doing well and resting peacefully. We want to thank our doctors and the hospital staff for all their dedicated and hard work. This is truly a special time in our lives and we look forward to introducing Sam to our family and friends over the next few weeks. We thank everyone for their well wishes and continued respect of our privacy."

Much peace and many blessings to the new little Girlfriend. We could only image being born into the Woods' legacy. Ahh, the amount of shoes we could buy!

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Monday, June 25, 2007


Friday, June 22, 2007


Last night was the Smirnoff: In The Mix party at Arena in New York. Ed Lover hosted it;

Pete Rock was spinning, DJ 9th Wonder was spinning, Buck Shot Shorty - Black Moon (Duckdown Ent./Boot Camp Clik). OH! OH! It was sick. I mean, if you are a true hip-hop lover, you missed it. "Do dat, do dat, do-do dat-dat-dat" "T.R.O.Y." and on and on. I was a little apprehensive about going. I didn’t know what to expect and forgot what the party was even about (as did most others). The drinks were lovely. I sipped on the Red Apple all night. It was delish!! Even Ed Lover had to shout it out all while his eyes were glassy and cheeks rosy as if he were Santa.

We met two people from Pittsburgh, PA. SHOUT OUT TO ‘DA BURGH! GO STEELERS. That was fun. Every time the hors d’ eouvres came by, we pounced… even though they screamed frozen food section. Ew. But hey, something had to soak up the free liquor.

Now, we aren’t getting paid for this, but look out for a Smirnoff party near you. If not for the drinks, then definitely for the music!


Adding a little something something on the end. Enjoy!

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Wednesday, June 20, 2007


Yummy for Summer!!


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Monday, June 18, 2007


We were invited to the Tracey Reese Friends & Family sample sale. Girl, it was great. GGT founder Bettina Lee bought 3 dresses for under $300!! That is practically unheard of for Tracey Reese. The Sale opens to the public tomorrow. The invite says all sizes 0-12 and they really did have larger sizes. We floated around the 4's which were in abundance. You better hurry. The sale ends on the 20th.


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Friday, June 8, 2007

Oh, hell no! Not my baby!

We came across this video clip and let us tell you, it is uplifting. Not in the way you think. It's crazy... a little sad and depressing at times. This clip sends you through a bunch of emotions. It has ups, downs, makes you scared, almost want to cry (a little)... Girl!! Just watch it.

Afterwards, put on Robin Thicke's Can You Believe and you will feel invincible. LOL


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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Mr. / Mrs. Right... are they? For real?

My Ex sent this to me, so I thought I would share... Chile, don't even ask.

Porcupine sex and three myths of compatibility
By Mark Thompson, Ph.D.
Special to Yahoo! Personals

The secret to compatibility is a lot like the old joke: "How do two porcupines make love?" Answer: "Very carefully."

Compatibility is something you have to work at. Like porcupine sex, compatibility has to be negotiated as you go along. You'll have a better chance at negotiating this dance if you let go of three popular myths and misconceptions about compatibility.

Myth #1: Similar people are more compatible
There is no evidence that very similar couples are more likely to have lasting, loving relationships, with one exception. If you have very traditional ideas about marriage, family, and gender roles, research suggests you'll probably be more satisfied with a partner who shares these beliefs. Otherwise, chances are, you can be happy with someone who's similar in some ways and opposite in others.

Often, these differences spark a lot of passion. Plus, you avoid the boredom of being with someone who already knows how you think and feel about everything. As Jerry Seinfeld once said: "I can't be with someone like me…I hate myself!"

Myth #2: Compatible couples enjoy each other's company and don't fight
All couples have fights. They typically fight about the same things too: money, kids, and sex. Contrary to what most self-help books will tell you, many very happy couples fight all the time. My aunt and uncle bicker constantly, but they certainly stay involved in each other's lives. Plus, if you look closely, you'll notice how they wink at, tease, and occasionally kiss at the same time they're fighting.

All couples go through periods of feeling bored with each other too. My friends and I joke that you can always tell the couples in a restaurant who are dating and the couples who are married, because the married ones aren't talking. Again, it goes against popular wisdom, but many very happy couples don't have a lot in common or much to talk about. Compatibility is about your ability to re-connect with each other, over and over again.

Myth #3: You can tell within the first few dates if your date is compatible
Although I'm a big believer in natural "chemistry," I've seen too many couples either give up too quickly or rush into a relationship, solely based on first impressions. Unfortunately, a lot of important information remains hidden for the first five or six dates. Frankly, everyone is on their best behavior on these first dates (or at least until you've had sex).

This brings us back to those sexy porcupines. They look sweet and even cuddly until threatened, and then the quills spike up. For most of us, our personality and communication style work the same way. It's only when we are threatened (because we feel hurt, angry, or afraid) that our instinctual way of responding pops out. Like those porcupines, we often start jabbing and hurting each other or simply run away.

Making love very carefully
Compatibility is about what the two of you do in those prickly situations. It's your ability to create a good "fit," even when your connection doesn't come naturally. That's why I encourage people to focus less on looks and common interests and more on a potential partner's "relationship skills" or "emotional intelligence."

If you're going to end up fighting, you might as well find someone who knows how to fight fair. If you know you're eventually going to get bored with your partner, you should probably find someone who likes to try new things and wants to grow and change with you.

Mark Thompson, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, statistician, and widely published researcher in social relationships and public health. He is CEO of He has never seen a porcupine, but hopes to someday.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

GGT Event: Wine 'N Shopping

We invite you to
Wine 'N Shopping
Friday, June 8th
7pm- until?
114 West 116th Street
RSVP to: or (646) 246-6329
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