Nov.

17

Music Memories

Music has the ability to heal and allows us to remember things otherwise long forgotten. We’ve instinctively always known this, after all, how do we sing along to songs from ten years ago when we forget passwords we use every day? Scientists say it has something to

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Nov.

15

Wasara Style

The holidays are upon us and that means lots of dinner parties and celebrations and loads of dishes to clean. This year, why not use eco-friendly, disposable dinnerware that is not only great for the planet, but will save you alot of headache and frustration too.

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Nov.

14

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

After 180 years, TIFFANY is getting a modern refresh thanks to recently appointed Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff. Their legendary flagship on Fifth at 57th in New York City recently unveiled their new lifestyle shops on its fourth floor that highlight gifts for everyone from your best

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Nov.

13

Truth.

Honor your own light,
before you expect someone else to.

Love your own self,
before you expect someone else to.

Vibrate higher your own self,
before you expect someone else to.

Be a better person your own self,
before you expect someone else to.

May what

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Nov.

9

Girlfriends’ Reading List

Let me say…I love, love, LOVE my girlfriends for so many reasons, but especially because they’re fearless, really smart, admittedly not perfect and loyal (which probably means the most to me). We share advice about everything including books, so I asked my besties

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Nov.

8

Adwoa Aboah for British Vogue

While we haven’t gotten our hands on a copy of the December issue of British Vogue to do a proper review yet, we’d like to congratulate EDWARD ENNINFUL on the historic first cover. The choice of ADWOA ABOAH as cover model and the throw back vibe (feels

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Nov.

7

The Grey in Savannah

African American women have been “chefs” for centuries earning very little credit or recognition for their efforts, so we’re thrilled when a talented chef receives her due. With James Beard Award nominations and critics buzzing to boot, MASHAMA BAILEY has struck the perfect note with her contemporary

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