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Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday Windows Celebrate the "Theater of Dreams"

Posted by The Carelle Girls on 5th Dec 2018

Having partnered with Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids, Saks Fifth Avenue decorated six of its Fifth Avenue facing windows with vignettes of a shopper’s visit to the theater. The "Theater of Dreams" installation is an “ode to the grandeur of the Broadway stage” (Andrew Gans, Playbill). In line with today's tech world, the installation combines real-life props with digital screens. Come visit so you too could get immersed in the magical display including the most luxurious items Saks Fifth Avenue has to offer this holiday. Photographs courtesy of Angela Pham/BFA.com […]

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Precious Cargo: Episode 7

Posted by Gabriela on 16th May 2018

Whoa, Nelly--do I have a tale to tell you about Dallas! If you don’t know, or I haven’t mentioned it already, I’m a Texan by birth. And by Texas law, that means that we have bragging rights and we are slightly better than other Americans. I’m sorry, but that’s just the way it works in Texas. Anytime I have the luxury to visit my home state for work, I take advantage of the amazing Tex-Mex (WHAT UP Chuy’s!?!) and all of the new local farm-to-table spots. Aside from the food, Texas is known for its unique personalities. And some of those personalities have hair that has its ow […]

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A local's guide to the best spring dates in NYC

Posted by Gabriela on 4th May 2018

Ah, summertime in the city! New Yorkers get to ditch the parkas, show some skin, and play like children in the city that never sleeps. Whether you’re into the arts, nature, or a tasty food, NYC has you covered. Get your sundress ready, put on the strappy sandals, drip in diamonds and get out there and have some fun!If you both like the Arts…MET: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic ImaginationThe exhibition will span across three venues; the Anna Wintour Costume Center, the MET medieval galleries and the Cloisters, located uptown in Fort Tryon Park. The show runs from May […]

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