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Now that it’s Friday night, I have some more free time to blog. Thank God. This week was so long. But it was nice to go out to go out for dinner and drinks with my friends and come home to my computer. Over the week, I’ve been compiling a list of some of my favorite movie fashion moments. Here is what I came up with. Do you have any suggestions?:

The First Collage: Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Gigi, Rear Window, Funny Face, Gone with the Wind, Funny Face

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The Second Collage: The Devil Wears Prada, Pretty in Pink, Clueless, Risky Business, Desperately Seeking Susan, How to Loose a Guy in 10 Days, The Devil Wears Prada, The Sex and the City Movie

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And of course,

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Henry Mancini told people that he wrote “Moon River” for Audrey Hepburn herself. I’m not saying anything bad about Audrey. She’s my role model. I love her as much as Charlotte Yorke admires Elizabeth Taylor. But, as I sit on my couch looking outside my window, I realize something: This song is about New York City. We all have Holly Golightly moments at Breakfast at Tiffany’s, like waking up early to drink coffee and eat a pastry outside of her favorite store. She found a tradition that makes her feel happy.  As I went out to work this morning, I saw my first leaf fall. I mean, I see them on the sidewalk on Fifth Avenue and in Central Park, but you get a special feeling when you see a leaf break off from the branch. The seasons have officially changed, and it’s time to let go. So, all I have to say is follow your heart. Never let anyone control the things you love. Life’s about following love. Following the one you love. There’s so much to figure out and to learn, but I always know that New York will never change. Some parts will be different. The people will come and go. But what I think of as New York, will always be in my heart. I can’t help but wonder: if I’ve found love in a city, why is it so hard to find love in a person?

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