Saturday, October 25, 2014
Project Runway Season 13 has come to an end.....and it is amazing that it has survived almost 10 years and so many seasons and somehow, in the twilight of it's run, it is getting some of the best ratings in the history of the series. It looks like there will be plenty more seasons to come!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Nick Verreos Hosts Macy's "Fashion Rocks" Fashion Show
HOUSTON TEXAS: I'm so excited to be coming to Houston, Texas to host the very special Macy's "Fashion Rocks" Fashion Show at the Galleria Houston THIS SATURDAY October 25th...
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Oscar de la Renta Final Runway Bow: Oscar de la Renta Spring 2014 Collection, NY Fashion Week September 9, 2014
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Project Runway Finalist (and Tim Gunn) Tour the sights of Rome, Italy
On this week's episode of Project Runway...the Final 4 Designers go to Rome, Italy; get home visits from Tim Gunn; return to NYC and preview their collections to the judges... ALL IN ONE EPISODE! In other words, A LOT goes on, yet very little actually happens. Let's review....
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Travel Style Correspondent: Nick Verreos at Best Western Herald Square NYC
Best Western Herald Square NYC Hotel. I approached unsuspecting travelers who were staying at the hotel and asked them if I could look into their suitcases.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Nick Rocks: Nick Verreos Hosts Macy's Beverly Center West Hollywood/Los Angeles CA "Fashion Rocks" in-store event
This past Saturday, I had the honor of hosting a very special In-Store "Fashion Rocks" fashion show at Macy's Beverly Center West Hollywood/Los Angeles...
Macy's Beverly Center, West Hollywood/Los Angeles CA "Fashion Rocks"
The show featured a runway show of Fall 2014 latest styles from Macy's, as well as food (candy goodies!), a DJ, plus much, much more:
Monday, October 13, 2014
La Mas Bella: Mariana Jimenez, "Miss Venezuela 2014"--Miss Venezuela 2014 Finals
This past Thursday, the 62nd annual "Miss Venezuela" pageant took place. For years, it had been at the massive Poliedro de Caracas--the Caracas Polyhedron Arena--which can seat up to 20,000 (it had also been held in other venues, but this was the pageant's usual "home"). But (according to rumor) as a result of tough economic times in the country, this year's beauty pageant was downsized to the much, much, much smaller Estudio 1 of Venevision--one of Venezuela's largest TV networks.
international news outlets were announcing the fact that good makeup was a difficult find in Venezuela (times are a tough there darlings--well, at least for the lower-and-middle classes). But yes, the pageant organizers found enough makeup, hair spray and Couture-worthy fabric to create gowns--and as they say..."The Show Must Go On!".