A Day In NYC With SIDEKICK

 
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This morning will begin with a breakfast interview we’ll be conducting at The Mark. We don’t always take breakfast meetings, but when we do, we take them from here. The iconic black and white floors remind us that everyday should have a little glamour to it, as does Jean Georges’ toasted egg yolk caviar.


I can’t believe it was really necessary for me to cart an iPad, iPhone, and MacBook for an hour long meeting, but *sighs*, these are the times.


After the interview (which was incredible, btw) we’ll pop into Dr. Dennis Gross for an early 1 hour lunch facial. The GLOW is real, people.


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Then off to a 3-hour meeting to review photo layouts for the new issue at Spring Place, which makes a stop at Taryn Toomey’s The Class extra necessary for blowing off some steam. Aka sing-dancing to Fleetwood Mac and Biggie Smalls. And yes, part of my job is holding multiple changes of clothes. Good thing my lining is fully washable and my interior has two leather easy access pockets!

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A quick shower there and then we’re off to a board meeting at The Whitney. We’re planning next season’s gala schedule and offsites and reviewing new member proposals. And everything on last month’s agenda we didn’t get to. And new things we won’t get to. Good thing I brought a phone charger.


After we’ll run over to the new Pastis, which should be relaxing, but will be stressful because it’s a press dinner. In honor of Carrie Bradshaw, we packed Manolos. In honor of the 90s, we’ll be having a cosmo. Make that two. And steak frites.


Even though it’s late, we’ll meet up with a friend for a nightcap and some standards at Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle because we're as tough and romantic as the city we love.

Thank you for a great day!
— HARMIN
 

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SIDEKICK

The workhorse of the collection, this bag was designed for all the day’s needs. SIDEKICK can fit a small laptop, tablet, sketch pad, gym essentials, serve as a baby bag or pet carrier. The handles are long enough to be worn over the shoulder or add a strap for even more flexibility.

 

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