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What’s the Deal?

There’s a constant vying for viewership and ratings amongst the 3 major network morning news programs. Whether you tune in to The Today Show on NBC,  ABC’s Good Morning America or CBS’s This Morning,


According to The Chronicle of Philanthropy dated October, 2012, “More than half of American teenagers and young adults volunteered last year…” That’s quite a staggering show of support for good

A Studio of Style

I met Veronique Lee about 3 years ago while shopping a local trunk show to get new inspirations and options for clients.  She represented 2 wonderful collections by designers Eric Raisina and Romyda

From Fruit to Fashion

Not every fashion icon begins with a design degree and a dream. Some just have a vision. But only a few come from the same colorful background as Lily Pulitzer who, just today, passed at the age of

Top it Off

Nothing finishes off an outfit as easily as a little jacket. No matter the shape, this terrific topper is easy to toss on with trousers, dresses and jeans to complete your look for work, weekend or

Fresh for Spring

What’s a store to do when the everyday low pricing / no-sale strategy in lieu of coupons and special savings days didn’t help their bottom line and the new, edgy ad campaign to capture a young, fresh


As the queen of the last-minute purchase, you can imagine how thrilled I was when Bling opened about 3/4 of a mile from my house. Holidays, Birthdays and “Just Because” days have never been the same

Pencil Me In

Coincidentally, I received 2 emails today with clients requesting appointments and asking me to “pencil them in” on the particular day/time that fit their schedule. I understand where the expression

A Hunt for Hennes & Mauritz

Gucci, Valentino, H&M, Armani. One of these things jut doesn’t belong. Amidst all the designer delights appearing on last night’s Oscars, one name flashed its label for the very first time. Helen Hunt

Lively Up Your Prep

In 1980. the Official Preppy Handbook hit bookstore shelves creating a greater awareness of that polo-driven, khaki-sporting, loafer-stepping scene.  The book was a tongue-in-cheek view of prep school