July 31, 2014 § Leave a comment
This is it people. The official last post on iCandi. This website is now being redirected to CandiceKayeDesign.com [closes the door behind her] x -C
July 30, 2014 § Leave a comment
TOMORROW, TOMORROW TOMORROW, CandiceKayeDesign.com will be launched TOMORROW. Can’t wait to to show you what I’ve been planning since September, and working countless hours on the past few months. On the new website you’ll see new posts, more videos, a whole new ‘Meet Candice’ section, updated bucket list, never seen before New York Fashion Week coverage, bigger pictures, better functions, and a shop!
I wanted to quickly say thank you to everyone who has followed me throughout these past four years. When I started iCandi I had no idea that I would be saying hi to so many of you in the morning while sipping on my coffee. It’s been a pretty incredible journey. From all the Contributors to ‘pinch myself’ experiences to coffees with other people who’ve connected with me from iCandi. Like woah.
I thought I would mark “Horoscope Wednesday” as the last day of iCandi. Don’t worry I’ll still be updating the horoscopes on the new website as well. Click Here to read yours. x -C
July 28, 2014 § Leave a comment
CandiceKayeDesign.com is completed. All that is needed is for me to hit the launch button. I’ve been working on this new website for a while now. iCandi in NYC was my latest journey. The past four years were spent traveling, jumping into every opportunity presented, moving to New York City, sitting in the Photographer Pit at NYCFW, in school [FIT for textile surface design], learning the subway system, adjusting to the smell of garbage, and growing up. It’s time for me to say goodbye to the old, and hello to the new.
To officially start the countdown, here is a video shoot Jose and I did about a month ago.
July 27, 2014 § Leave a comment
Anyway, I’m back in the city. It’s funny, whenever I read biographies or watch documentaries on very creative people who lived in major cities, each one of them, when asked about their living situation, would say 1. permanently in the middle of no where, or 2. months away from the city to the middle of no where. I get it now. It’s not easy to be creative in a city like New York. Too much going on, too much inspiration. By the end of the day i’m exhausted just from thinking too much. So weekends away in Jersey bring my back feeling a little more normal than when I left it. Ok, it’s back to work time. x -C