GAL APPROVED! NYFW Poolside Fashion. Makeup-Be-Gone & Uplift Your Spirits With Hillsong!By The DivaGals | September 23, 2016 | Gal Approved
STRUT. We had a blast seeing the fashions on display for “Journey Fashion Festival,” a celebration of emerging international designers, at our favorite fitness/lifestyle space in New York City, Mercedes Club NY. Hundreds gathered poolside to see the global designs from Este and Chlo by Henry Picado, the Uwi Twins, Christalle┬áfeaturing Letica Bags, Haute House┬áwith works from three emerging designers and Mak├íny M├írta. From active wear to evening gowns, every design showcased just how fashion is a universal celebration of creativity. See more pics from the showcase on our DivaGals FB page.
CLEAN. Luxe Gal is┬áalways on the lookout for holistic beauty and anti aging products. Trilogy, a New Zealand based company founded by two sisters, offers a complete line of products that cleanse, repair and moisturize. The base of the products are certified organic oils so you know you’re not┬áintroducing anything toxic or pharma to your skin. I have been loving their Make-Up be Gone Cleansing┬áBalm. It penetrates your pores lifting out foundation and powders, and infusing your skin with light oils that leave you feeling completely refreshed!
SEE.┬áHillsong – Let Hope Rise is self described as a “theatrical worship experience,” says guest contributor Kimberly Y.┬á It’s more accurately described as a tiny window into the life of a church staff/rock band. It chronicles the birth and travels of Hillsong UNITED, the Australian megachurch’s youth group band turned grown up worldwide sensation. Although most concert goers don’t know the names or faces of the individual band members, they probably sing their songs every Sunday.┬á The narrative is winding and lengthy, but ultimately uplifting.┬á The most touching and engaging part of the film is a look into the many personal heartbreaks and struggles the band members face, including a non morbid and tastefully depicted tale of a critically ill infant. They are ultimately strengthened and comforted by their faith and so is the audience.┬áHillsong: Let Hope Rise, now playing in theaters.