We made it to Tito Dennis's office. And it was so cool, because there were scarves and design tables everywhere. Echo was preparing for the makret week, so people were kind of busy. But it was nice to meet his officemates and see how things work around there. I have six months on my visa, which really is really tempting. I could stay for a few more months here. As if. But the thought was nice.
I made it to the Public Library where they shot the movie, The Day After Tomorrow, with my boyfriend, Jake Gyllenhaal. The place was HUGE! And it's filled with books, books, books. It's funny because in the movie, it's supposed to be filled with snow, and just imagining it makes me laugh. The place is humongous.
We made it to Times Square and that was just so packed. There were people everywhere and it was just so full. If you're not fond of people, don't go there. It's an assault to the head -- just how many people are actually there. It wasn't such a bad day, and though I thought we walked a lot, I would soon realize, that was nothing. We went to Saks Fifth Avenue and for some reason, I felt really out of place. There were brand names everywhere and I couldn't believe I was actually there. Earl Jeans, Seven, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Carolina Herrera, name it, it was there. There were so many old ladies too and they were all probably really loaded.
We ended up in Grand Central Station and that was just... wow. The architecture of the place was awe-inspiring. The place was made of mostly marble and it was just unbelievable. Not bad for our first full day in New York. And we thought it was long...