Gia On The Move


February 2013

H&M Makes a Paris Fashion Week Debut

Yesterday, February, 27th Pixie Geldof, Ashley Olsen, Chloe Moretz, Virginie Ledoyen and Emma Roberts were among the guests in Paris as H&M presented its first ever catwalk show during Paris Fashion Week. Watch the video with the H&M's Autumn Collection 2013... Continue Reading →

Gia On The Move Reviews: Plays in the Park at the Promenade Playhouse

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move . The house lights are already up and we are at the opening. The set is dressed with silver leaves "falling" in front of a gray curtain, a portal, a glimpse into moments... Continue Reading →

On the Radar: Andy Warhol at Christie’s Feb 26 – March 5

SALES WILL BENEFIT THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION FOR THE VISUAL ARTS The first of the online-only Warhol sales will feature works representing a wide array of media spanning the artist’s career. Estimates range from $600 to $70,000, offering both seasoned... Continue Reading →

Get In On The Hollywood Fringe Twitter Chat Tonight!

Get an insider perspective of The Hollywood Fringe. If you're feeling anxious about the registration process for the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival, an opportunity to ask questions and get the general low down is, starting with a Hollywood Fringe Twitter Chat... Continue Reading →

Streetscapes of NYC by Mark Neuwirth

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Happy National Margarita Day!

A day dedicated to appreciating a tequila-based cocktail is a good day. February 22, also known as National Margarita Day. Claimed to be named after the woman who created it, Margaret Sames, a wealthy Texan socialite (although no one knows... Continue Reading →

In London It’s Not JUST About Fashion

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move ' Having worked behind the scenes for almost 10 years during Fashion Weeks in New York City, I got a birds-eye view to not only some of the most talented designers of the... Continue Reading →

Gia On The Move Gets Absolutely Filthy at Sacred Fools

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move ' The wildly fanatical, abundantly fantastical and absolutely insane is standard fare at Sacred Fools especially for exuberant intellectuals, counter-culture enthusiasts and the occasional libertine (and those are the regular audiences! - I count myself in...).... Continue Reading →


She's complex and one of a kind, uniquely cultivated and temptingly sweet.  She's a rarity, a natural. There is a new apple in grocery stores nationwide for the first time in 2013, The Lady Alice Apple. Lady Alice is a... Continue Reading →

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