I met Judia Black a few years ago through a mutual friend, vivacious, beautiful, a yummy mummy to the MAX. I was excited to have received an invite earlier this week to an event she was hosting , a wine tasting at Ferality Boutique in the Lower Eastside, NYC. Judia is the founder and General Manager of http://enjoielife.com/, a sommelier service company that provides wine-related education, services and marketing for private and corporate clients. A ” self-professed…cork dork… who finds joy in bringing people together to share her knowledge and passion for wine and food.
I hopped into a taxi on a rainy Thursday night and off to Manhattan, to share a special selection of wines and to take a look at the latest and hottest men’s and women’s apparel at the Ferality Show. “The cozy exposed-brick space features racks of clothes—surrounded by rustic wooden beams—and on-trend essentials that reflect owner Blake Scotland’s bold street style.”
Judia’s dear friend, Blake Scotland writes on her website. “On the well stumbled streets of the Lower East Side, we offer apparel ranging from premium street-wear to high-end contemporary designers, a fresh blend of American labels and International brands. Our fashions are timeless, comfortable and impeccably made. As we pull ourselves up by the bootstraps we support designers who do the same, ensuring that we remain fixedly ahead of the curve.In an economic climate (and industry) that is fast paced (and risky) we are stubborn. We are fearless. We are relentless. We do it with style. The last decade has seen the bottom drop out of .. just about everything. We are not sure what any of it means just yet. For now, there’s only one thing to do: Hustle.” http://feralityshow.com/