Again if you ever think that Wedding Planners are some kind of freaky indulgence for the super rich - let me tell you how fantastic it is that someone listens to you, interprets what you wants, polishes and presents back in a coherent manner. It will be interesting to see the fruits of my fantasies made real by professional.
A party without music would be unthinkable, a fashion show without 'choons' would be very dreary. Fabulously I have Matt Maurice on the wheels of steel, decks errr - could be something digital. I have drawn the floor plan and he has 1.792 square metres for kit. Our first meeting, at the launch of Parallel Venues Fetcham Park, was Matt handing me a microphone with instructions for use, as I was introducing our fashion show. Legendary Penny Cullen of Tigerlily Weddings bought him on board. He was, of course, fantastic and my first choice to ask to soundtrack the fashion show.
Thanks to the Angels of Low Season, he is going to be at The New York Postcard event in person. It will be brilliant for brides to be able to meet him - a DJ that has played many a fabulous club - but won't subject your Grandmother will not be subjected to impenetrable dub-step. For the love of parties - look how sub-zero his events are - http://s127817667.websitehome.co.uk/
Editing my New York influences, thinking music & clubbing only ever starts with Studio 54. Debbie Harry to Halston; Truman Capote to Woody Allen all told the impressionable teenage me what New York was and is. How fashionable, how decadent, how dangerous.
Channelling cocktail tunes brings me to Deadmau5...
|Debbie Harry and Truman Capote - Blondie front woman and the author of Breakfast at Tiffanys with cocktails- these images that are forever New York|
|Diane Von Furstenberg - you all know I love good nylons...|
|Elton and Rod - favourite 'drunk track' artists of all time|
|I have ALWAYS had a girl crush on Debbie Harry...|
|Elizabeth Taylor, Halston, Bianca Jagger|
|Woody Allen and Michael Jackson|
Pictures from http://obnoxioushalcyondays.blogspot.com/2011/07/studio-54.html?z#!/2011/07/studio-54.html