Saturday night, I headed over to The Modern restaurant at MOMA for a by-invitation-only cocktail party celebrating The Nate Berkus Show.
About thirty female bloggers joined Nate and his producing team for the delightful two-hour soiree. I’m happy to report that Nate is just as charming
and adorable in person as he comes across on screen. Not only did he do a Q&A session, but he took the time to chat with most of us one on one.
“I love connecting with people,” he said. “Stories change us, books change us, the written word changes us.”
He said the show — which debuts September 13th — will reflect his passion for not only design, but stories of everyday people.
“This show is about living well, life by design,” he said. “I believe we can all live a bit better with a shift in focus.”
Regular segments will include Nate’s Crates, where Nate will showcase items he finds everywhere from sidewalks to flea markets. Also look for celebrities to pop up in unexpected ways.
While mingling, I had the pleasure of chatting with Girl Gone Mom, Melinda of Get Togetha and NYCSingleMom. Like the rest of BlogHer ‘10, the party was a wonderful reminder of just how many fantastic women populate the blogosphere. I’m so proud and happy to be one of them.