Necklace/Collar- Jewels Malls
Clutch/Cartera- New York & Co.
Dress/Vestido- Lauren by Ralph Lauren Evening
Last week I had the pleasure of attending theGypsy in the City she brought me along as her plus one and I couldn't have been more grateful. The awards were a benchmark celebration, held on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 at 6:00pm at The Metropolitan Pavilion, located at 110 West 19th Street in New York City’s trendy Chelsea district., thanks to my blogger pal Ada from
Juan Guillen, LatinTRENDS founder & CEO states “The Latino Trendsetter Award recipients proudly represent 52 million US Hispanics. They have each developed the mindset and characteristics of a leader. They are influential heads of households and play a major role influencing what their children and parents purchase. They maintain high standards in actions and deeds. They are accomplished people on the move. They are Trendsetters who never stop! As acculturated Latinos, they are influencing three generations; theirs, their children and their parents. They are influencing mainstream society while inspiring our youth, who will become tomorrow’s trendsetters.”
It was truly inspiring to be in a room filled with so many accomplished, ambitious and influential Latinos. It not only made me proud to be a Latina but it also motivated and encouraged me to keep trusting in The Lord, working hard and chasing my dreams.
It was a lovely black tie event although honestly between us not many people were dressed the part. We were able to attend the red carpet, have dinner as well as attend the awards ceremony. There was a 4 course meal prepared by renowned Chef and Trendsetter recipient Ricardo Cardona. That shrimp and flan were so delicious! I got to meet some pretty awesome people and spend a wonderful evening with my blogger friend.
I'M ALICIA GIBBS
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