Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Women's Eye - Pat Caso Interviews The Idiosyncratic Fashionistas
To quote the Emperor Commodus in Gladiator, we have been "busy little bees" these days. When reporter Pat Caso asked if she could do an in-depth interview with us for The Women's Eye, we readily agreed. The Women's Eye is an online magazine that focuses on women's issues. We like taking pictures, but we love talking even more. And talk we did, at length, one day last month. Pat asked a variety of interesting and stimulating questions that really got us thinking.
When all three of us attended the press opening of FIT's Shoe Obsession exhibit, Pat was covering the show for The Women's Eye. We chatted for a while and hit it off right away. A petite woman with a gorgeous mane of grey hair and a terrific sense of humor, Pat emanates such positive energy, she is great fun to be around. She was impeccably dressed on both occasions that we met, but seemed to do so in an effortless manner.
On St. Patrick's Day, we met for our interview at Pershing Square across the street from Grand Central Station. Pat put us immediately at ease -- so much so that we quickly forgot the tape recorder on the table and proceeded to have what felt more like a lively and interesting conversation than an interview. All too soon it was over. Pat caught a train to Connecticut, and we headed to the Pier Antiques Show. And the rest, as they say, is history.
We could tell you more, but why don't we just cut to the chase?
To read our interview with Pat Caso of The Women's Eye, click here.