To the phenomenal staff of A&E, thank you, the cast of Born This Way and all of the amazing talent who assisted in bringing our Vintage New York City Magazine "Dreams" issue to life. Each person who contributed to the photo-shoot played a pivotal role in helping to create the ideal environment for us to work in. It was a complete honor to work with the cast of Born This Way and the A&E crew members. Love, Vintage NYC Magazine Editor IC/CD- Amelia Meloni #withvintagenycmagazin
SPECIAL DELIVERY : "DREAMS" issue WILL be at your doors soon! We will be shipping your Stunning issue on April 28th. DON'T MISS the season premiere May 16th Born This Way on @aetv . Love, Vintage NYC Magazine Get yours...VNYCMAG Editor IC/CD- Amelia Meloni VNYC Art Director: @romanup88 Copy Editor: @cupcakesandyoga Location: @opulenttreasures Filming: @aetv Photographer: @kevsteele 1st Asst: Nico Steele 2nd AsstAidan Steele CiCi: @casapic MUA: @vicky111 Hair: @msmayra_ @jaay_
From project "Back to Old Hollywood " We will be highlighting well known charity brand @rljewel in our beautiful "DREAMS" fashion pages. RL JEWEL is more than just jewelry, it's mission is about saving hundreds of children's lives. More Coming Soon! Love, Vintage NYC Magazine Photo: @danigrphotography Producer/Style: RL JEWEL MUA: @sosomuartist Model: @paulineiv @chitanu #vintageNYCMagazine #vintagenycmademodern #dreamsissue #coverstory #BornThisWay #comingsoon #talented #des
Our dreams are coming true! Here at Vintage New York City Magazine we dreamt of putting the most inspirational faces on our cover and it is happening this February. We are so pleased to announce that the ground-breaking cast of Born This Way on A&E will be our cover stars for the winter issue!
Each one of these incredible young adults has inspired us to think bigger, dream wilder, and make those passions a reality. In our issue, we want to highlight each cast member and giv
"Having Down syndrome is like being born normal. I am just like you and you are just like me. We are all born in different ways, that is the way I can describe it. I have a normal life." Love,💋
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~ Chris Burke~
Photographer: Conni Freestone Sara Hart Weir/gown by: Mikael Aghal Make up by: Victoria Drago Hair by: Paris Salon NY SEE MORE PICTURES #vintagenycmagazine #vintagenycfamily #supports #inspired #talented #chrisburke #abilities #notdisabilities
"As we express our gratitude to you Vintage Readers, we want to wish you joy, love and happiness be yours this season". We leave you with our beautiful "pages" @donjthomas_illustrator who turned our last issue with @mistyonpointe into a stunning painting in our favorite vintage made modern style: also included in the Winter 2015 issue! LOVE, Vintage NYC Magazine Artist: Don J. Thomas http://www.donjthomas.com http://instagram.com/donjthomas_illustrator http://facebook.com/do
The day we have been waiting for! We are so pleased to present you with the Winter 2015 cover of Vintage New York City Magazine - Fabulous Moms! With a subject as dynamic and beautiful as Coco it was nearly impossible to choose one photo-but this image captured what our Winter magazine was all about. Our cover girl Coco steps into motherhood with poise, glamour, and confidence among the unstoppable women of this issue: the entrepreneurs, style icons, leaders, go-getters, and
With only her finest pieces neatly packed in her suitcase, she's spotted her ride and is ready to be whisked away with the promise that this trip will be filled with life changing moments. Love, Vintage NYC Magazine By: Sherry Mercer Photographer: @zairekaczphoto Models Jessica Nielsen and Sarah Merrell Gowns by: @_shiptoshore_ Custom Jewelry by:@amberhatchett Custom shoes by: Lori Cannon, Killgurl Hair by: Wesley Bolden MUA by: Zack Russell @serenityscottbeauty Photo Assista
Darryl McDaniels "Dson"
Dson tell us what does the son of a super talent do in life?
I would say you get comfortable with who you are and take life from there. It took me a while to embody who and what my dad did. When I finally got it, I was able to enjoy my dads music. When I decided I wanted to, not just follow in my dads footsteps but enter that world as me, I got serious about the music. I wanted to get comfortable with who I was without ruining my families name. You
Vintage NYC Magazine celebrates Black History Month with dancer and film star Michaela DePrince An orphan from Sierra Leone during the civil war, she fled to a refugee camp after her orphanage was bombed. As a child, she faced mistreatment and malnourishment because of depigmentation due to a skin disease called vitiligo. In 1999, at age four, she and another girl, Mia, were adopted by Elaine and Charles DePrince from New Jersey, and taken to the United States. Inspired by a