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Karmaloop TV

September 27, 2011

Karmaloop TV was in the building and got some exclusive “Hey Girl Hey” footage

click the picture above to check it out


Hey Girl Hey Video Premier Party

September 27, 2011

Friday September 9th was the premier of the Hey Girl Hey Lifestyle Enhancement video at RedBull Space. Words can’t really explain what went down. Cherie Lily and John Renaud debuted their line “Thrills” for Fashion Week, famed nail artist Naomi Yasuda was in the building blessing the nails of bunnies & boys everywhere. There were performances by the beautiful Amanda Lepore, Cazwell and Miss Roxy Cottontail herself. I’ll just let the pics show you what you missed .
*Special thanks to   Wire Image and Mel D. Cole for the photos

Roxy Cottontail & “Hey Girl Hey Lifestyle Enhancement” connoisseur Paloma Perez

The “Thrills” collection

Miss Amanda Lepore

Hey Girl Hey!!!

September 27, 2011

We at Hey Girl Hey proudly present….

HEY GIRL HEY Lifestyle Enhancement Video directed by Kareem Black

Produced by Kids With Candy
Written by Kareem Black, The Paloma & Roxy Cottontail
Edited by Thomas Niles
Starring: Amanda Lepore, Roxy Cottontail, The Paloma, Cherie Lily, Cazwell, The Fat Jew, The Vivitron, Pebbles Van Peebles & Geronimo Frias
Video Announcer by Sean CrisdenShot

Get Involved! Hey Girl Hey!

On my Youtube:
Behind the Scenes On Vimeo:
Kareem Black’s Vimeo:

Big, blond and beautiful!

January 20, 2010

So, by now we’ve all seen the V Magazine shape issue pics. They are gorgeous.

Damn, she is pretty darn nekkid, isn't she?

From gorgeous plus sized model Tara Lynn wearing nothing but some bangles and pair of Dior heels to downtown New York kids of all sizes it’s a crazy issue with a gajillion photographers, designers, stylists and models involved.

McQueen. Man Sandals. Mesh. The dancers from"Sprokets." That is all.

One spread that’s been getting a lot of shine is Unkle Karl’s shoot with the infamous Ms. Dirty Martini in Coco Chanel’s own atelier in Paris. Look the fuuuuuuuudge out because it’s insane.

The only thing missing from this image is the wolf in a leisure suit, whistling with eyes bulging. Oh yeah.

Not only is Ms. Martini so clearly confident in her own skin, she is silly and brazen, a true model, in all senses of the word. But, even though the issue brings up lots of questions and topics for heated debate, the reason I personally brought it up to you, is this: I’ve just found out that the love of my nails’ life, the ever amazing Ms. Naomi Yasuda did the nails for the Lagerfeld/Martini/Chanel shoot. Whaaat???

Yes, gurr. Yes. PS- Other worldly Photo Shop skills? Mine. You're welcome.

That’s right, pebblitos, Naomi’s ever growing list of impressive work has just gotten a few degrees hotter. Get INVOLVED. You know I am and I have been. Dead ass.

Enjoy your day, kiddies!!



Go, go, go- I have to GO!!!

January 7, 2010

This is my absolute new favorite thing. Yes, it came out a month ago but it pretty much makes my life. Especially since I’m secretly obsessed with the Bad Romance video. Sherry Vine does not disappoint. She never does- but this parody has to be the best of the beastly best. Peep the original Ms. Lady Gaga video here (just in case you live under a rock and you haven’t seen it yet) and then compare to Sherry Vine. It’s pretty clear who the winner is, also, who has the better razor blade shades. Get involved. This is high art and epic beauty, the likes of whih I have not seen in eons. Viva toilet bowl chic. Apparently, Sherry is either a fan of mine or at least Michael K. since she has taken the “Lady Caca” moniker to heart. BAM. And happy Thursday, rabbittos!!




click the photos to view the videos….





December 22, 2009


Greenhouse, Tuesdays

Nadja does Basel

December 15, 2009

Here’s a special Art Basel recap from everyone’s favorite gamin German, Nadja!!! Enjoy, rabbitos!!



“I’m very happy my friend Roxy asked me to report for all you bunnies from Art Basel. It motivated me to go to as many exhibitions as possible instead of just party down in Miami, the party’s were sick btw.

On the first day of Art Basel I met up with my friend Florian Böhm from Munich, a very talented photographer. A gallery was showing his work so I was very happy he was in town. Anyway, we had brunch and he gave me an invitation for the Design Miami. The Design Miami was in a very small tent but they showed nice works of Maarten Bass, an incredible designer from the Netherlands. He won the Design Award 2009 for this chair.

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I really liked his so called “Drawer.”

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It looks like a spaceship has landed on planet earth.

After that Kenise, is my oldest friend in NY, and I went to see the Wynwood Walls.


Shepard Fairey had a huge wall space which was stunning. I love him so much. He has reached world wide attention since he drew Obama during the 2008 election. The public nature of his artwork, on walls, street signs, T-shirts and in various ad campaigns, allows anyone to see it. On his website, he sells his prints, shirts, books and stickers at affordable prices. Which is rare in contemporary art.

At the Wynwood Walls I then spotted ‘YONE‘ Yasumasa Yonehara a well known Japanese photographer and art director, I adore his work so much, I went up to him and said hi. He was very friendly and amazed I recognized him, we talked and he gave me a flyer of his exhibition and said I should come:)


I was even more excited, because I didn’t even know he was showing his work.

My friends from Berlin were in town for Art Basel they run the monthly event ‘THE BROKEN HEARTS CLUB‘. They throw parties in Berlin, for Paris and Berlin Fashion Week, Stockholm, Miami and it’s always something special. They’ve got themed parties like ‘the Mask Ball’ or ‘Chinese Ball’ where all the fabulous freaks come out and dress up. The idea behind The Broken Hearts club is that friends, DJs, designers and drtists play their favorite love songs all night.

The party was at 721 Bar on South Beach and Peaches was the guest of the night. It was a special karaoke performance by Peaches and she seriously killed it the place was packed.
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On the next day I went to check out Yone’s exhibit it was in an old fashioned Miami Motel in 2 rooms, I loved the atmosphere right away.

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I saw his work all over blogs, French press as well as in Self Service and lots of other magazines and I thought he did the American Apparel ads. When I asked him about it he told me that American Apparel was interested in him doing the ads so he met up with “The Chief” and he took photos of Yone’s portfolio of every single image. Soon his style was copied by American Apparel and yet they never hired Yone. I was literally shocked! I asked him about his images and which camera he uses, he then pulled out a small FujiFilm Polaroid Camera and said, I take pictures with this and then blow ‘em up!

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If you got curious read his interview here.

That night we were pretty pretty busy partying first we went to see Kid Sister at the Delano. She killed it of course, Rocking Kerin Rose’s Sabotage Glasses.

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I was so busy dancing I couldn’t get a straight shot. Her dancers rocked golden Pantomime masks- AMAZING.

After we were all hyped up by Kid Sister’s performance we went straight over to the Raleigh Hotel where I met up with Alina, Moonie and Tatiana. Junior Sanchez and Atekniq threw a rooftop party. It was exactly what I expected to be an amazing house party.

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After that we wanted to rave some more, since I peeked in the Club Le Baron the night before, we all headed over to the Delano again. Le Baron is a club in Paris. I’ve been there twice and it’s so Parisien, absolutely lovely. André the owner, who did the Le Paris Paris Club and runs the amazing Hotel Amour, opened up ‘the little brother’ the Club Le Baron just for Art Basel. As we headed over we ran into SO ME the Art Brain of the Ed Banger Crew. We hung out and had an amazing night, danced a lot. I would say we danced into the morning.
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After a looooong nap I met up with Alina and we all headed downtown to see the Pulse Art Fair, it was just too much good art to all be taken in, the thing is with big art fairs you are so busy with how much is around that you can’t really enjoy it, but I found some nice things. Like Glitter Vinyl how awesome is that!

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I especially loved the neon lighted books too.

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We all wanted to check out Photo Miami as well but then this huge cloud of frightening hurricane gray came over us.

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It was only a few hours away until Alina’s 30th Birthday, her friend managed to put us on the list for David La Chapelle’s exhibition after party at the Raleigh Hotel poolside. It was rad, posh, overwhelming, A,B and C celebrities freaks, gallerists and party people all came together. They served free everything, it was amazing. They even had a live jazz band and old fashioned dressed swimmers who performed.

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After that it was another long night out, we headed over to Downtown where we celebrated Alina’s 30th Birthday at the Ghostly International 10th Anniversary at the White Room. I sadly ran out of battery so no pics from there.
That was about it! I must say Miami rules hard, the weather, the people, the food the parties. It was a trip I will never forget.

Can’t wait till WMC 2010!



Punk Rock Flea Market

December 15, 2009

So I’m pretty much going to dedicate my posts on here to the new and upcoming/ old must-dos in Phildelphia.

The Punk Rock Flea Market is something that I literally get upset over if I miss it. You can pretty much do ALL of your Christmas Shopping here!

It’s run by R5 Productions which is an awesome DIY company that is dedicated (and accomplished this very well) to providing Philadelphia with affordable concerts and shows and giving the under 21 crowd an opportunity to see bands that do not usually play all ages venues. These guys fueled my High School fun!

The Punk Rock Flea Market has been going on for some 5-6 years now. There is a Summer and Holiday edition. They use the money from the VERY small donation to help keep up with equiptment costs and keep the All Ages shows running. All without giving in to the evils of Live Nation!

Don’t worry, you don’t need to be Punk Rock to go to this! There are tables of anything you can imagine, vintage clothes, art work, hand made jewelry, local Philly clothing companies, baked treats to keep you going throughout the day! This event has gotten so big that what used to be a one day extravaganza has made it to two days!

Not only is this Flea Market the best/coolest/filled with crazy talent it helps support a cause that I believe in! If you find yourself with nothing to do in Philadelphia on Saturday December 19 – Sunday December 20th, now you know what to do!

It will be held at the Starlight Ballroom which is on 9th street just south of Spring Garden St. See you there!

4 AM

December 1, 2009

Hey Girl Hey – from Philly!

The first Friday of the month always brings about some crazy awesome times in Philly from gallery openings to parties, every corner you turn there is something to do.

Dirty and Jay Yo’s first Friday party is definitely the next big thing. Something that is going to last because it always brings a fun and fresh vibe every month!

Some notable guests of 4AM are: Matt & Kim, Holy Ghost, La Riots, Dj Sega, Yo Majesty, Drop The Lime, In Flagranti, Death Set, Heidi, Sammy Bananas and upcoming guest King Britt 1.08.10

4AM is a party that Philly pretty much just needs!

It has an underground vibe, on the late night tip for a diverse crowd. DJs cater to a crowd that enjoys the deeper and  more popular sounds of House/Techno/Indie music. 4AM wants to satify the musical tastes of young and old party goers but still expand on and push the musical boundaries. Also just having a great fucking time.

“We encourage popping your PBR all over the crowd on the dancefloor, Dancing till Dawn and just being cool from the inside out.” – Dirty

The new club 4AM has started to take over, Samba, is huge and perfect for a party at this level. Also, the party actually goes to 4AM!

Can’t make it this Friday? That’s okay because every month it is just going to get bigger and better.


Wine of The Week

December 1, 2009


If this wine were a person, it would be big. Big like huge. I’m talking Biggest Loser Huge! Allow me to introduce Rombauer Zinfandel.

Now, before you get your panties or briefs in a bunch, let me clarify this Zinfandel is of the red variety. Please do not confuse this with White Zinfandel (a.k.a. that pink looking crap that your crazy aunt drinks). This is not that. No, far from it. This wine is a personal favorite. I vividly remember the first sip I had. It had to be at the Hollywood Vine in Hollywood, Florida. (One of my all time favorite wine and cheese shops. If you are ever in the neighborhood, stop by, ask for Luciano or Steve and tell them Candice sent you. I guarantee you a great time.) Back to the Rombauer, it is full-bodied, lush and fruit forward. It has a lovely black cherry aroma and tastes of dark berries that linger on the palate. It also has a great full texture to it.

Rombauer hails from Napa Valley, California. It retails around $30, making it one of the most expensive wines I drink regularly but, it is worth every penny. If you like a hearty red wine, this one is definitely a winner!