This week’s flick is a nod to the gentlemen!
Richard Fredrick (pictured left is St. Lucia’s Minister of Environmental Affairs) and Stephenson King (St. Lucia’s Prime Minister) are super sharp representing their country at the Lingerie New York event. The event was sponsored by Freedom Bay St. Lucia and benefited the Seven Bar Foundation. It was held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Most of us have fewer disposable dollars on hand, and as a result scaling back a lot of our social activities has become more of the rule than the exception. But with two months left in this rather tough economic year, we can look forward to 2011 with anticipation that things will improve in our purses and wallets!
Can I get an Amen somebody?!
So start up your 60-Day Plan NOW! The time is right to dive back into to “the lab” to brush up on some soft skills that will make you a social superstar! Okay, I know you’re probably thinking, “How? And with what funds?
Friday, October 22, 2010
Maggie Betts (left) and Bonnie Morrison
This week's flicks features some sharply dressed ladies attending the New Yorkers for Children Cocktail Party hosted by Salvatore Ferragamo and W Magazine. The event was held at the Salvatore Ferragamo store in New York City and helped raise money (and awareness) for this great cause.
Friday, October 15, 2010
You’ve seen some of the glitterati of our community and they appear to have it all—a great career, stylish wardrobe, and an active social life—and you want to know what their secret is. How can they achieve the ever-elusive work/life balance while being fabulously social?
Friday, October 8, 2010
Klode and Regine M. Roumain (right), Executive Director of the Haitian Cultural Exchange, Inc. were photographed attending “Saving Grace: A Celebration of Haitian Art” at Affirmation Arts in New York City.
Alexis Clark, Events Editor of Town & County was photographed at New York City's first edible auction
(Eat Drink Local) hosted by Sotheby's.
I featured the two flicks above because simplicity is key good people for this season. Notice how gaudiness appears to be out and clean sharp lines with quality fabrics is in. All of three of these ladies look wonderful while out and about!
Friday, October 1, 2010
In order to be socially successful, you must be a great conversationalist.
The art of conversation should be viewed as an exercise in delicate social engineering where you interact and engage with individuals in a meaningful way. Not only will this philosophy help you score more invitations to highbrow social events in your hometown, it may also lead to solid career moves.
I receive lots of questions from readers on this topic. Here's are six useful tips on how to successfully master the art of conversation.
Keith Bulluck and Nicholas Scoppetta
Stacey Lalljee and Dawne Marie Grannum
This week's flicks features the honoree and attendees at The New Yorkers for Children Annual Gala. The event raised a whopping $1.6 million to benefit youth in foster care at the 2010 Fall Gala presented by CIRCA. The live auction by Jamie Niven of Sotheby’s raised more than $400,000 to support the organization's educational programs. This year’s event honored Keith Bulluck, New York Giants’ All-Pro Linebacker, with the Nicholas Scoppetta Child Welfare Award. Selita Ebanks who grew up in foster care in New York City hosted the event and Grammy Award Winning Artist Estelle performed.