Like good mothers, we graciously accepted the cheap perfume and actually wore the cheesy Santa earrings for years. Now, we’ve earned the right to drop a few hints for Mother’s Day.
Don’t be shy! Copy this Hot Flash and distribute it unabashedly to kids (and husbands).
Jewelry should never be taken for granted. From the humble to the grand, jewels have history and stories.
YasuJutaro’s Roman Glass Collection is made from glass fragments found in archeological sites in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Most date back to the time of the Roman Empire’s occupation of the Holy Land. These antiquities were once a part of household items such as wine goblets, vases, and bowls.
Owner, Pamela Gillie has been an artist since birth and a jewelry designer for 20 years. YasuJutaro, celebrates her Japanese and Korean heritage. Pieces are handmade blends of metal, beads, and fragments of ancient history.
Re-Tool Your Style.
In her books, “Forever Cool”, (Clarkson- Potter, 2007) and “Steal This Style,” Sherrie transforms real people into au courant versions of themselves.
Sherrie offers a consultation package that includes a 2 hour home visit and closet assessment. By the time she finishes, she has a list of items to enhance, supplement and/or substitute what’s in your wardrobe.
Some packages include shopping with Sherrie. NOTE: She’ll know what designers and brands work best for you, and how to navigate specific stores for just the right items.
If you weren’t their Mom you’d never suggest they pay to improve your knife skills. But if you’re serious about cooking, the Recreational Division at The International Culinary Center is now in session.
Just as in their sister school, The French Culinary Institute (The FCI), students work in cutting-edge facilities. The intimate, hands-on courses are taught by renowned Chef-Instructors. With skills like these, you’ll need a velvet rope to keep guests out of your kitchen.
Classes include: Handmade Pasta, Parisian Breads, Secrets of Spices, Knife Skills, and Chocolate Treats and Truffles. Starting at $175.