It's Fall! It's officially Scarf Season. I reached out to some of my favorite New Yorkers to see how they would style their favorite Tabii Just scarf and hear their thoughts on scarf season in NYC. Here's the first installment. "To me, scarf season represents renewal, new beginnings. And, as a fashion diva, I love how scarves complete a look": Meryl Ranzer: Fashion Designer and Health/Wellness Network Marketer
I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel discussion about the Made in NYC movement that is currently gaining traction in the fashion industry. Bob Bland from Manufacture NY and Bernaldo Ortiz from Hanky Panky brought their expertise to the discussion. It was moderated by author Elizabeth Cline. We discussed the city government's take on the movement, the response from consumers, how local manufacturing affects the end price and what we hope for the future of the manufacturing sector in NYC. Many thanks to Trim Lab, our hosts.
Deputy Mayor of New York, Alicia Glen, wore the Tabii Just Iesha Dress to the Anna Sui Spring 2015 Fashion Show during New York Fashion Week. She looked amazing!