Written By , on March 10, 2015

I’ll cut to the chase and answer the post’s question. Yes.

But that comes with a caveat. The caveat is that Apple isn’t really placing the value on the watch, you are. If no one goes and buys it, it will be landfill material.

But that’s not the case.

We value the watch because it is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship. There are others out there that are personally worth more, Patek, Concorde, Rolex, Audemars, IWC and countless immediately come to mind. Those are specifically and intentionally without digital components. The Apple watch tries to meld both the digital and the aesthetic all into one. Will it work? Nearly every celebrity via their stylist has already put in an order. It was a success before Tim Cook got on stage.

So is it worth $10,000? Sure. They could have price it at $20,000. But $10,000 is just enough to make you work hard to want to get it and if not, there’s always the $349 one (but that’s not really the one you want, is it?).

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Written By , on March 4, 2015

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Just posted a good giveaway for an Elizabeth Arden Skincare package. Enter for a chance to win here and good luck!


Written By , on February 27, 2015

The dress is actually Blue and Black… but, when the photo was taken, the camera made it “hot” so the filtering of the color of the dress turned it into this gold color. Happens all the time with runway photography. Under hot lights, the models have a goldish hue. But once you auto-color (or turn on the cooling filter in photoshop) it turns it back closer to the color it should actually be.

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No one here agrees though so take what I’m saying with a grain of salt.

Here’s a runway photo as an example:
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Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Not one detail was missed as you can tell in this photo. One of the best subjects this fashion week.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Her boots were the object of many a photographer conversation. And you may have seen her before in the background of the previous image, but that’s part of all that is fashion week.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

In the crosshairs of one photographer and waiting for another. It’s a very busy day at Lincoln Center.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Our intrepid photographer Kevin has had to work through many a difficult condition, but to photograph through glass is quite a feat. Here’s to you Kevin.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

It’s hard not to capture the simply well put together model when there are so many subjects. Here’s one for just that statement.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

How do you spontaneously fit 6 well dressed men into a photo? Walk Lincoln Center during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. That’s how.


Written By , on February 16, 2015

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Fashion Week on the Street photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

We’ve seen the layering look throughout the season and he seems to have a jump on Fall 2015


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