New York, NY (PRWEB) September 14, 2007
Fashion Week New York did not disappoint this year with many celebrities attending the Spring 08 line of their favorite designers. International Recording Artist Heather Schmid (http://www.heatherschmid.com) sat front row at Twinkle, Pamella Roland and Reem Acra, three of her favorite designers at the Tents this year. Heather conducted interviews with the Style Network, 'Full Frontal Fashion', E, Univision along with many other national and international TV programs and print media.
Heather's stylist Naomi Fells chose a creme melding into tangerine dress by Pamella Roland for the designers own show with Dior Jewelery, a black D&G dress with HStern jewelery for the Reem Acra show, and a royal blue dress by Chanel with Tiffany's jewelery for the Twinkle show. The Grand Hyatt provided the VIP suite as a backdrop for filming the preparations and events of the weekend. Robert Gale fallowed Heather with a camera crew for the short 'Behind the Scenes of a Celebrity at Fashion Week'.
Heather's music, and career is formed around the Goddess Within Concept. 'The Goddess Within' is about Music, Charity, Giving, Intelligence, Beauty, Power and Intensity.
"Part of my wish is to get closer to my own intensity by experiencing and feeling other people's passion and devotion. Everyone involved in Fashion Week have such an intensity about it. I attend the shows to recharge and to learn from everyone involved," Heather stated in an interview outside the Tents at Bryant Park. "The designer's, the magazine editors, the photographers the public relations people, models, the stylists, hair and makeup artist all have such as passion to their work. 'The Goddess Within' is about reaching your inner intensity finding your passion and sharing it with the world. These people are doing it. And loving it."
Heather will be flying off to Beijing next week for a performance for the 'Miss Tourism World' pageant. Heather will be unveiling a new song for this performance and the Chinese Market titled 'Mo Li Hua'.