When you first meet Sarah Gercke it is a bit like what I imagine a lightening strike to be...she is energetic in a flash of golden hair that evokes a 70's, all natural, goddess kind of thing. Sarah is engaging and rapidly shares her thoughts with a buzz of creativity.
Maybe, on second thought, Donald Trump isn't a gross hypocrite for buying all of that Trump stuff from China; just grossly cynical, and not a candidate who will lead by example. Still, it's not a good look, and it's one of the million reasons he doesn't look very presidential.
It feels like divine momentum that Earth Day and Fash Rev Day are only 24 hrs apart. A multitude of good can spring from even the most dire circumstances -- so how can we best harness the energy of change?
Here is a list of brands I think are making great products for kids, women and men. I encourage you to consider them as you continue your hunt for the perfect gift! Here are a few of my favorite things...
Art openings, theatre opening nights, The Academy Awards,The Kentucky Derby, White House state dinners. The b Michael AMERICA Spring collection shown at the Pavilion during New York's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week signaled the celebration of events in American style.
It turns out that phrase isn't as simple as it sounds. I think what's most important is that the car you're considering is actually built in the U.S., even if the automaker is based elsewhere. Here's why.
Let's look at the company's big, shiny $250 billion commitment to American-made products. Sound like a big number? It is. But just like the endless aisles at your local Supercenter, everything is big with Walmart.
Over the past few decades, we've learned the hard way that once manufacturing is gone, engineering know-how quickly follows, and then later on innovation and our national security suffers the consequences. That's a place that America has never been before.
Glamour ruled at b michael's show at Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week Fall/ Winter 2014. As models of both sexes emerged in bold plaids and brilliant earth tones in smart suits of wool, cashmere and corduroy best described as urban chic.
In the last few years, pride in American-made goods has been causing a swing back in that direction, making them trendier than ever among the hip and cutting-edge. We can support "Made in America" products even more by giving them as gifts and spreading the word.
The notion that the definition of quality should encompass not only how a product looks, feels, and functions, but also how it was made, is spreading. This viewpoint is certainly not the norm in America, but it is something that continues to gain traction among the educated and thoughtful consumer.