All tagged Women in Business
True story: Anna Wintour presented herself to me for questions, I froze, became a hollow piñata of a person, and indicated, by way of a blank look in my eyes paired with a tight pursed lip, that she should move along down the line to the next interviewer.
Damn Good Face Wash, an all-natural skincare line from Cape May, New Jersey. Get ready for velvety smooth skincare that smells like the granola bars of the gods and that gives dull, sun-damanged and thirsty skin (ahem, guilty!) a supple, bright, and healthy glow that won't quit.
The hottest happenings from the past week? Check my Fashion News column at Bustle.com. Here are the top headlines. Hint: Taking selfies just got easier (and chicer), Givenchy's runway had sky-high highs (winged eyeliner, lilac lace, Kendall, Candice and Naomi) and very low lows (inmate fashion, men in skirts), and Bonobos is running the most apropos fundraiser ever.
I'm much more at home in a dress than I am in jeans and a sweatshirt. But when a dress feels like - nay, is quite literally made out of - a sweatshirt like this black and white dress from indie label Lobo Mau, it's never coming off. (Sorry, fellows.)
Alexa Buckley and Sarah Pierson, founders of Margaux. a newly-launched line of custom, made-to-measure ballet flats, spent four years at Harvard before making the move to NYC to start their company. For these ballet-flat-loving beauties, the future is bright and the cocktails are hard-earned. See where the ladies love to eat, shop and play in both cities.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication," said Leonardo da Vinci, but you don't need to tell designer Gina deWolfe that. Earlier this year, she launched her eponymous line, deWolfe, opening with the Wolfepack, a sleek, no-frills leather backpack-satchel.
I sat down with Stella McCartney before the MSPCA-Angell fundraiser at Saks Boston to talk jumpsuits, women in business, and what it will take to make real fur finally go out of style.
Together nearly twenty years, Sachin and Babi met at FIT, and have worked with Oscar de la Renta, Valentino, and Armani as a B2B embroidery company. In 2011, they started their own line of RTW and evening wear, and the modern-day Alice in Wonderland ball gown from the current collection is just one of many pieces you need to see (and touch, and wear) to believe.
Fashion and lifestyle bloggers have become a major force in the industry. With strong business ethics rooted in genuine passion, curiosity, and a little tech know-how, they've proven that they are here to stay.
DEE OCLEPPO HILFIGER has led many lives. Now, the Rhode Island native is back in the US, married to Tommy Hilfiger, raising another young son, and heading a handbag brand that has already been picked up by Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrods, Hudson Bay and Galeries Lafayette in its first year on the market.
The art world seems to be trending backwards these days. Perhaps that's why the unapologetically high-energy work of artist Sarah Russell is so damn exhilarating.
One of Boston's best bag designers just so happens to also be one of Boston's best interior designers. Meichi Peng has been doing it all for over a decade now, from her perch in Boston's arts-centric SoWa.
While most of us bloggers are on the daily 9-5 grind, Chiara Ferragni, the 27-year-old Italian fashion and lifestyle blogger behind TheBlondeSalad.com, has been criss-crossing the globe, turning her blog into an international brand.
It's not hard to believe that Marla Beck is in the beauty biz. With a two Master's Degrees from Harvard University under her belt, Bluemercury's co-founder and CEO delivers a refreshing and inspiring Brains-and-Beauty one-two punch.