Mother's Day

Who helped you become the person you are today?  For many of us it was our mom, aunt, sister, teacher or friend. 

 I was raised by my mom who was and will always be my best friend.  Full of laughter, wisdom, a discerning eye, fun, clever and deeply perspective. The three words, "never give up" were instilled in me at a very young age. Everything I am is because of her.  Dad had a wondering eye and then some, but she stayed with him until she had her baby then showed him the door and never looked back.  This lady knew what she wanted and I could see her crafting her plan.   

My mom was fiercely determined to do what had to be done. She cleaned people's houses when I was very small in order to buy me a pair of shoes and worked 2 - 3 jobs as I got older to ensure our future as well as support her passion for clothes. My love for fashion came from mom.  She knew style, how to dress her petite frame, and she never paid full price for anything. She would come home with bags of clothes excited to share how she had figured out the final cost before she walked into the store.  She was a survivor and a protector of anything she loved. She fought for the underdog, despised injustice and whenever she could, she righted the wrong. 

While we were both strong-willed women and locked horns at times, our love for each other triumphed over any momentary squabble. As far back as I can remember, mom always cheered me on, regardless of what I set out to do; she told me I was the best and that I could do anything.  Her spirit was always positive, her soul always peaceful, but God help the person who did her wrong. God gifted me with an extraordinary mother. I am so honored and thankful to be a part of this woman. I miss her so, but smile when I think about the fun times we shared together.  Life is good!

This Mothers Day, let's not just celebrate our moms but also celebrate the women who inspired us to become the wonderful women we are today.  

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Suits Us Just Fine!

Women's jackets with big boxy silhouettes and topped with similar styled lapels have been the go to style for as long as we can remember. When Mad Men premiered in 2007, we saw the masculine style of the fitted suit popularize in everyday fashion. Mad Men inspired a suave and sophisticated fashion for men and to it's credit, the show took the menswear industry to another level. As we tuned in to watch the show, fitted suits in masculine fabrics appeared on the pages of Vogue and Harpers Bazaar, inspired from the show’s wardrobe. They wore it and we did too.

The styling of Mad Men clearly has taken a place in our fashion's history. Blazers, jackets and suits showed up at just about every fashion show for 2019. There was a lady like shape that was shown consistently on the runway. This jacket style provides a sharp and curvy appearance, which is flattering and feminine. The pants that were seen paired with these jackets went from cropped and loose to long and slender; they are business and pleasure. The power suit we acquired from our male counterpart is now all woman. A wonderful powerful entity, the core of who we are. Women!

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It's Easy Being Green

Hi there and welcome.  We thought we would talk about another way of looking good and feeling good, this time from the inside out.  Avocados are versatile and can be included in our day-to-day lifestyle for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  They're easy to love and have a variety of benefits. The avocado is virtually the only fruit that has monounsaturated fat making it rich in healthy fats and low in carbohydrates.  Over 75% of the fat in avocados is unsaturated fat (good fat).  Our bodies need some fats for energy and other functions. Monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are healthy choices. We created a list to show you why we should be eating more avocados as the benefits are endless. While there are countless ways to eat this wonderful food, our favorite is to slice a small avocado and sprinkle with salt. 

• Avocados contain more potassium than bananas

• Avocados are loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids that help develop and maintain your cells

• Avocados are loaded with fiber

• Avocados can help lower your LDL (keeping your LDL low can reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke))

• Avocado fats can help you absorb nutrients from plant foods

• Avocados are loaded with powerful antioxidants 

• Avocados may help prevent cancer

• Avocado extract may help relieve symptoms of arthritis

• Avocados may help you lose weight 

We also want you to see the nutrients in a single 3.5 ounce (100 gram) serving (3), they are nutrient dense:

• Vitamin K: 26% of the RDA.

• Folate: 20% of the RDA.

• Vitamin C: 17% of the RDA.

• Potassium: 14% of the RDA.

• Vitamin B5: 14% of the RDA.

• Vitamin B6: 13% of the RDA.

• Vitamin E: 10% of the RDA.

• Then it contains small amounts of Magnesium, Manganese, Copper, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorous, Vitamin A, B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin) and B3 (Niacin).

We constantly hear the words 'when we feel good we look good' and we will echo pretty much the same.  Feeling good on the inside can help you to look good on the outside.  Take care of yourself.  You owe yourself the love you give to others.

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Words Need Not Be Spoken

When you think about Washington D.C, fashion isn't the first thing that comes to mind.  DC has the reputation of a conservative culture. A Vanity Fair article says "Generally speaking, America's political class dresses to underwhelm". The article then poses the question "How is it that some of the most powerful people in the world don't understand the importance of image?"  This question got us thinking.

Dressing smart is important for your confidence and sense of self-empowerment. But your style does more than just send messages to your mind or to others. New research shows it actually impacts how you think. One study found that professional dress, increases abstract thinking and gives people a broader perspective.  

 Clothing is a type of non-verbal communication. Through our clothing choices of dresses, skirts, pants, suits, t-shirts or jeans, we send out a unique message about how we want to be perceived each day. And the wonderful thing is, it's in our hands to decide what message we want to communicate.  There are a lot of choices available, what are you wearing today?

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Let's Go Shopping

While it's still somewhat cool outside, we all know whats coming soon: beautiful, exciting and wonderful Spring.  Warm air, color everywhere, inspiration at every turn,  does it get any better? You bet it does. Spring 2019 takes fashion and speaks to color and texture at a very different level.  There are rich layers of color that supply us with confidence when we walk, colors that are uplifting, colors that are fun.  Corals, rust, turmeric, blue, yellow, and green, with neutrals like navy, vanilla, wheat and chocolate that live in the fashion world but also have a large presence in accessories, shoes and cosmetics. We also saw lot of metallic ranging from midnight blue to striking gold and silver.  Lets go shopping and have fun.

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Street Style 2019

Welcome to March.  Let's have some fun.  New York, Paris, Milan the shows are non stop.  Fashion and color are everywhere. This is business. It is a time for designers to show and tell because that's what the runway is about. The shows are central places to get attention from buyers, the press and celebrities. Big money is spent on these extraordinary shows that connect vision, fantasy and illusion   Instead of reporting current trends, which we'll do next week,  we want to show you the other side of the shows.  The people who interpret fashion in their own way.  Without further ado, let's take to the streets. 

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Karl Lagerfeld
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Karl Lagerfeld's life was devoted to fashion. As a child, he frequently cut out pictures from magazines. In his teen years, he absorbed  himself in the world of high fashion and at 14 made a bold decision to move to Paris, with the blessings of his parents. He started working with French designer, Pierre Balmain, and after three years of grueling work, he went out on his own, designing collections for Chloe, Fendi and others. He took charge as Creative Director at the House of Chanel for 36 years, reviving it from near death, and seamlessly reinterpreting  Coco Chanel’s  famous  tweed skirt suits, little black dresses and quilted handbags. Lagerfeld brought hip hop to Chanel one season and surfer girls to the brand yet another season.  He never forgot  what the revolutionary Coco stood for - - independence, freedom and the modern woman.  It is said, no collection he touched, even his own, achieved the status of his work with Chanel.

Will the industry carry on without this ingenious mind.  It always has and always will but this is a tremendous loss.  Here  is a man who became known in the fashion industry for his innovative, in the moment styles, yet also had an appreciation for the past. Lagerfeld was known to shop the flea markets, finding old styles and deconstructing them to breath new life into what once was.  

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Breaking Barriers

 Women who choose to control their own destiny were viewed to be violating the natural order of life, the way everyone knew things were supposed to be. These women persevered against odds that were overwhelming, and they triumphed.  

Barbara Gardner Proctor was working in an advertising agency in 1969 and the  agency was creating an ad that made African American woman look foolish.  A staff member assigned Barbara Gardner Proctor, a black woman, to work on the campaign.  She said she would never do that and was fired.  She knew if she didn’t take matters into her own hands, she would be looking for a job on a regular basis. 

A year later, she became the first black woman in the United states to found her own ad agency. Eventually she built Proctor and Gardner into a multimillion-dollar company.  She started with nothing, borrowed $1,000. from a friend to rent an office over a pizza shop, then went to the Small Business Association for a loan.  When they asked her what she had for collateral she replied “me”.  She got an $8,000 loan and 6 months later, got her first account, Jewel Foods, a Chicago grocery chain. Barbara Gardner Proctor knew the social impact of advertising. She refused to create ads or work with products she thought were detrimental toward women or black people. Cigarettes and hard liquor were some of the products she would not represent. 

Barbara Gardner Proctor passed away on December 19th, 2018 at 86 years old. A legendary pioneer in advertising she inspires us to believe in ourselves even when all odds are against us.    Thank you Barbara Gardner Proctor.

Thanks to Neil Genzlinger NY Times Obituaries for today’s content

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Little Things That Get In The Way Of Achieving Your Goals

The end of the year has come and gone.  

Now that we've arrived to a New Year, there are a couple of thoughts we'd like to share with you to keep yourself in check and not let the little things get in the way of your success.

First and foremost, you don't get what you wish for, you get what you work for.  The goals vary but the point remains the same as it is so easy to get thrown off your track.  Ever goals require a plan and the right motivation behind them. 

How often do things take an unexpected turn?  How about more than not and what do we do?  We get frustrated and then stress takes over. That's what will interfere with your goals. Take a step back, analyze the situation.  Will it stop you from achieving your goal. If it doesn't, adapt and move forward.  If is does, re-think your plan and what you've learned,  regain your ground and move forward.  There's no choice. Getting upset creates a mental block. When you step back and take time to think things through, you'll create a new way to achieve your goals.

Failing is not a terrible thing.  In fact its a great lesson.  The beauty of failing is it lets you know what you're doing wrong, what you could be doing better and what you need to change.  It's how we learn and it makes us better people for the next round.  It's proof you're trying to do something and you're not giving up.  Entrepreneurs and many other successful people are so used to failing and recovering, rebuilding, taking a risk and failing again that they no longer distinguish between success and failure. To them, it's all just learning  and they keep moving forward.  Your failures will help you tremendously in the future.

Get rid of procrastinating.   Don't feel ashamed, we all do it and habits are hard to move away from but procrastinating will stop you from taking action. Try and live in the now.   Now is the best time to do what you want and need to get done.  Any other time is later than now, the present.  The present is the best time to take little steps to succeed.  The only cure for procrastination  is to start doing something right away and try to avoid the excuses and fears your mind will produce. Make a to-do list and do 1 or 2 things. Whatever doesn't get done, put it on the next days to-do list, at the top, do it, cross it off and keep going.

Nobody ever said life was supposed to be nothing but fun.   There are so many great ideas you have.  Stay focused, breath and lets go!


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Resolve to Smile

Just one thing I ask of you, just one: resolve to smile more often.  We're leaving one year behind and starting a new one.  I’ve never been one to say goodbye to an old year because truthfully, as bad as it may have been, there's always something that is redeeming. It's 365 days long, there's got to be something that made you smile.  Something good is everywhere and if you don't think so...try smiling at someone.   What happens is your smile activates a powerful chemical reaction in your brain, which releases certain hormones like dopamine and serotonin. Dopamine raises our feelings of happiness and the release of serotonin is associated with reduced stress. You've got nothing to loose and so much to gain because smiling will trick your brain into believing your happy which then triggers actual feelings of happiness. It's a win/win situation. 

The physical act of smiling can make a difference in your mood and can also lower stress, and boost your immune system.  There are so many studies out there to make you smile or at least serve as a reference as to why you should.

A smile is something that is easy to pass on. 

Happy New Year to you and all those you love.  It's gonna be a good one!  

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“Life is like a mirror. Smile at it and it smiles right back”.

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Patience

I love the holiday season.  I start listening to Christmas music December 1st, the decorations come out of storage and the tree gets dressed.  For me, there's a magical feeling in the air; I feel a little more alive. The Holiday season means we're rushing around more than we usually do.  I live in New York City and trust me, we're all moving at a high speed every day of the year.  Come the holidays, we're all on overdrive regardless of our address.  

 The one word that keeps playing in my head is patience. Patience is hard especially around the holidays when we're trying to get so much done in a short amount of time.  We're waiting in long lines at the store thinking people are moving slower than they could be. I've learned to stop my thoughts in their track and turn them around quickly before they get carried away. These people aren't moving slow on purpose, maybe they're tired, dealing with people yelling at them or standing on their feel for 10 hours a day for a paycheck.  A friend will say something annoying. Before I open my mouth to respond, I stop to remember why she's my friend and recall I've said some pretty dumb things too. I have a great love for people and don't like being impatient. Whatever the circumstances, put yourself in someone's place, smile and say something nice. The reward is so well worth it for everyone. You have the power to make a difference in someone's life. That, my friend, is pretty cool!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you.

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We Want Everyone To Be Happy
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The holidays are here...what a great time to start buying gifts to share, making that list of who's coming to your house for these special days. We’ll start thinking of places to take our guests since our towns are so beautiful this time of year.  Oh and don't forget we promised ourselves we'd make a double batch of Christmas cookies since they went so quickly last year.  Whoa, let's stop for one moment.  We want everyone to be happy and have a great holiday experience but aren't we a part of this great experience too?  Nothing is ever 50/50 but we can't set our expectations so high either.  This is a time of celebration, a time of love so lets see how we can pull back, a little, without disappearing altogether. Life is never all or nothing.

It's so easy to get caught up in what we think the holidays should feel like.  Watching commercials or thumbing through magazines this time of year makes everything look picture perfect. No one's sick, both parents are together, the families have money because there's a lot of food and gifts.  So lets get back to reality.  Be realistic. What can you do to keep it simple? Block out some friend time or have a little family time. Friends are healing and they listen. You know as well as I do, we really need each other. Good friends can help move stress away just by being there for you. As for our immediate family, the crew, block out a movie night - yes, around the holidays and be there in the moment. When you start to plan out time, you'll be amazed at the positive effect it has on us. It allows us to recharge our energy cells.

Hear this loud and clear.  We can't do anything without help from other people who love us, want to help and support us.  When you start to plan out time, you'll be amazed at how it allows you to feel. It gives us a little time to recharge our energy cells and the joy we derive from being with a friend. Well all I can say is most other things do not compare. 

You want to be able to see the beauty of this holiday season. It only comes once a year - don't miss the grace and the peace it freely gives us.  

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"Making friends for the world to see

Let the people know you got what you need

With a friend at hand you will see the light

If your friends are there, then everything's all right"

Lyrics Friends - Elton John

 

 

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Fashion and the Female President
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History was made on Tuesday, Election Day.  Voter turnout was massive.  According to early estimates from the United States Election Project more than 47% of the voting eligible population turned out to vote in a Mid Term Election. That's the largest turnout for a Midterm election since 1966 and women won a record number of seats in congress.

 So I'm going to pose the question, while we have not had a Madam President yet, what would she wear?  House of Cards has become one of my favorite shows for many reasons but it's apparent, they've put a lot of thought into dressing their First Lady, Claire Underwood played by Robin Wright.  The show does a smart job on what the administration might look like in these new times and trouser suits do not seem to be on the wardrobe memo.

 Let's take a look at how future Presidents will become modern feminine leaders..

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A Positive Style
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Stories, we all have them, rooms full of stories in our head, our heart and our lives.  So what do we do with them?  I'm going to stop here and let Jennifer Lewis, actress, singer, comedian and activist take the stage. Friends, this is an incredible interview that is loaded with positive energy and inspiration. I can only say, enjoy!

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The Pantsuit

There's something to be said about the pantsuit. Think of Katharine Hepburn, a Hollywood leading lady for over 50 years and known for her fierce independence, gutsy personality and trouser suit. She was Hollywood's pantsuit hero, always classy and smart. Another example is Diane Keaton who is known for her slouchy blazers and white shirts. She takes pantsuits to another lever by layering separates and to create her iconic style. 

 The enjoyable attitude that comes with suit separates embodies numerous things; suits show off a woman’s polished, classy and less traditional side. From Chic and relaxed to menswear energized, we wanted to show you a variety of looks and ways to wear the pantsuits. 

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Future Fashion

When I first heard of Crafting Change, New York exhibit on fashion technology and sustainable practices,a number of thoughts came to mind. For instance, I considered the changing face of fashion as well as how fast our world is changing and our struggle to keep up. Curiosity got the better of me and as I learned more about Crafting Change, as expected, I was pleasantly surprised and left feeling hopeful about our future. Crafting Change combines handcrafting techniques with digital processes. It preserves tradition while moving textiles into the future. Projects that integrate textiles and science have the potential to change the fashion and textile industries and lead us to a more livable world.

 “The work is done by students and faculty, and expands beyond traditional textiles and processes to address the shifting boundaries between art, design and technology.  Featured are works from the Bio Design Challenge, algiknit yarns grown from algae and fungi used to model an innovative production method and a sustainable alternate to conventional textiles”. - NYTM  

 The exhibit was interesting, informative and offers hope for our world and its inhabitants. Unfortunately the exhibit closed on OCT 4th. But, we wanted to share with you to allow a space for exciting new topics such as sustainability and technology in fashion. 

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Credit: NYTM. New York Textile Month

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Fashion Week Continued

New York has a great ability to bring people together and NY Fashion week was no exception. Tom Ford came back to our town at the Park Avenue Armory, Calvin Klein's front row was loaded with celebrities, Ralph Lauren celebrated 50 years in business at the Bethesda Fountain, and Carolina Herrera showed in the garden at the Museum of Modern Art. The 90's came back to make a grand entrance but this time sexy moved through fringe, sheers and prints in everything.

Milan’s shows displayed shinny details, appliques and meticulous embroidery while offering something for everyone.  Mixed prints were everywhere. Netting was big from fishnet to fisherman and polka dots. The Paris Shows are still going on and as usual, Gucci was playful and fun, fringe was on dresses and accessories, and suits were shown in muted colors to storm cloud colors.  Without further adieu, let the pictures speak. 

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https://www.vogue.com/slideshow/event/new-york-fashion-week

https://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery/life/style/2018/09/24/paris-fashion-week-2018-best-looks-and-celebrity-appearances/1410019002/

https://www.elle.com/fashion/street-style/g18933321/the-best-street-style-from-paris-fashion-week-fall-2018/?slide=139

https://www.vogue.co.uk/article/milan-fashion-week-spring-summer-2019-what-to-expect

https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/spring-2019-ready-to-wear/off-white/slideshow/collection#48

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Fashion Week

And the shows just keep coming.  September has hosted fashion week from New York City  to Milan and  Paris. There have been so many fun looks from emerging designers, we decided to wait until Paris opened on September 24th to bring the runway to you.  This week, we're going behind the scenes, the preparation, the moments before the walk begins. 

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A Moment for You

Fashion week kicks off in New York today and I'm so excited by what I've seen so far. It's only the beginning, so I want to wait until the shows are over to bring you  tidbits of great pieces from our favorite shows.  In the meantime, September is just getting started so you can still make time for one more end of summer get away.  Where do we go?  We pulled together a couple of places that all have one detail in common - - pre fall relaxation so...let's go.

Here's a tropical getaway that is on the Caribbean coastline in Mexico.  This trip promises to awaken your spirit so you can be recharged for the fall. Rosewood Mayakoba is about an hour south of Cancun.  The luxury hotel, Marry Oneself, is a new retreat that focuses on self love and wellness. This four day journey, which is based on ancient Mayan traditions, aims to reconnect you with your inner self not only in the present but also in the future. 

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A two hour drive from Manhattan to Hudson Valley is perfect for an end of summer escape.The city of Hudson caters to food lovers, nature lovers wine lovers well, I can only say, there's something for everyone.  Hudson is home to antique shops, galleries,  farm-to-table restaurants and great B&B's.  AND...if you're looking for an additional experience,  make a reservation at Collective Hudson Valley which has created 5 luxury tents that run through November.  These are not your typical tents.  Each is furnished with 1,500 thread count linens, a french press coffee bar and magnificent views.

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There are so many wonderful places to visit, near by and remote.  Whatever you decide to do, make it a point to put yourself first.  It's not selfish, and you know you should take care of yourself first because everything in your life will benefit .   Much love to you.

 

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Celebrating Labor Day

Happy Labor Day, for those of you in the United States and Canada.  Labor Day is a creation of the Labor Movement in the late 19th century and honors American workers. When you think about the Industrial Revolution in the late 1800s, the average American was working 12-hours a day and seven-days a week in order to earn a meager living. Five and Six year old children were often forced to work in factories and mills. 

Long hours, unsafe and unsanitary working conditions, and poor treatment by management, forced labor unions to organize and workers began holding strikes and protest rallies.  American voices were heard.

Over time, more and more states created the Labor Day holiday and on June 28, 1894, Congress passed an act making the first Monday of September a legal holiday, dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.

If you're fortunate enough to have the day off, as not everyone does, relax and take a moment of silence to thank the hardworking men, women and children from the late 1800’s for their efforts to create the much improved working conditions we now have.  

To workers everywhere Happy Labor Day!

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Inspired by Lisa Quast, contributor to Forbes.

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