I went to Gaga’s Workshop on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving. It was packed. Luckily, Gaga’s Workshop takes up an entire floor, (5th floor mens, to be exact) so while it does get hot with the amounts of people, it’s still spacious. The floor is designed to perfection with quirky and over the top sculpture designs holding merchandise, bright colors, and of course sparkles.
The merchandise is endless. Bright and neon composition notebooks, clothes, jewelry, Gaga eyelashes, toys, cookies, candy, stuffed animals, and much more. There is truly something for everyone–a fabulous selection of holiday gifts and stocking stuffers. And, the prices range, so you could buy something from $10 to $100.
I knew I would be doing lots of walking that day; however, I seemed to have not dressed warm enough. But, everything I wore was comfortable: a teal Aberleene & Skye blouse from Norahs in Southampton, Theory pants, Via Spiga boots, my Chanel handbag, my Aqua vest, and a stunning multicolored stone (in the blue family) vintage necklace on a silver chain that I bought at a vintage store in Bridgehampton last summer.
Today, I am off to Soho for some more sale shopping, breakfast at Balthazaar (craving the chocolate chip bread), a reunion with some old friends, and walking around the holiday shops in Union Square. And of course, the weather is back to its unpredictable self, since it’s going to be almost 70 degrees today. Oh boy!