I was recently invited by Chico's, White House Black Market and Soma to celebrate their partnership with Habitat for Humanity at a party in their Green Hills store. I also got to work on an actual Habitat for Humanity house, too. It meant a lot to me to help put the finishing touches on someone else's hard earned, well deserved home.Read More
I never pass up an opportunity to wear Amanda Valentine - and neither should you. When I wore this outfit to a party and my friend Andrew Clancey told me I looked like a Bond villain I knew it needed to be photographed.
I'm also giving away two tickets to see the Vagina Monologues benefitting Act Like a GRRRL at City Winery!Read More
One of the things I consistently stress is the importance of fit. It's pretty much everything and can literally make or break an outfit. There are two ways to guarantee a great fit. One is to have your clothes tailored. The other is to have a garment custom-made to your measurements. That's what Atelier 1919 is all about. They're an online luxury fashion brand based in Philadelphia, that specializes in made-to-measure blazers.Read More
Let's welcome 2018 with a shining example of diversity in fashion. On December 15th Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center in Hendersonville hosted the Ageless Style Fashion Event. A fashion show of upcycled, one-of-a-kind CB vintage style hats by the show's producer, Cynthia Brewer, and Vintage clothing and accessories primarily acquired from Michael Taylor Estate Moving Sale.Read More
As we enter the season of giving it can certainly feel like we're being bombarded for benevolence from every direction. Add to that the stress of Thanksgiving and the panic of holiday shopping and supporting the causes we really value gets lost in the shuffle. Which is why Tiny But Mighty wants you to see happy pets posing for mug shots to raise funds to support animals that truly need help. If you want to stop seeing posts and commercials about abused, emaciated animals -and I do - you have to donate to campaigns like this featuring happy ones like Penny Lane.Read More
One of the biggest problems people with certain spinal cord injuries and some forms of Cerebral Palsy, among other disabilities, face is keeping their meals off of their clothes. If your arms and hands are weak or unsteady it can be difficult to maneuver a fork or spoonful of food from the plate into your mouth without at least some of it dripping or dropping on your outfit. Enter Liftware Level, a self-leveling utensil base that keeps the spoon or fork attachment horizontal.Read More