Designer Tadashi Shoji's Spring 2018 collection is bright, bold and beachy, inspired by Malibu. It was Olympic Gymnastic, and Dancing with the Stars Fav, Laurie Hernandez's first fashion show ever. Actresses India de Beaufort and Chrissie Fit, were also front and center to enjoy the floral prints, ruffles, and plenty of exposed shoulders on casual separates. Of course his signature evening gowns made a showing in bright, bold hues such as yellow and green.
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Cameil is a Fitness Instructor from Brooklyn, NY. After working in the corporate fashion industry for several years, Cameil found her true passion in fitness. Her goal is to bridge the gap between people that love working out and the fashionista that loves to dress up and have a good time. She trains men, women, and children from ages 6-60. Some classes Cameil offers at her SealedClutch Sweat Studio in Brooklyn include Ass and Abs, Beachbody Blast, Kick. Punch. Sweat., and Stiletto Sweat Session, just to name a few.
On August 27, the Current-Situation team visited Cameil’s Crown Heights studio to learn more about SealedClutch and to take the infamous Kick. Punch. Sweat. class (which is awesome, btw!).
Who would have thought that a vinyl corset could be so chic? Tibi designer Amy Smilovic’s runway show offered up a variety of PVC waist trainers to complement her mannish separates and fresh lavender, tangerine and lime-hued dresses. Suits with Bermuda shorts were a huge trend, as were column dresses with flirty collars and easy-to-wear athleisure-inspired pieces.
Cool girls Alexa Chung, Caroline Issa and Karen Gillian embody this peppy (but polished) collection.
Deconstructed nonchalance is the order of the day.
Plein’s fans including Nicki Minaj and Paris Hilton enjoyed the designer’s bondage fairytale-inspired collection, “Good Gone Bad."
Inspired by the Dead Sea region, John Paul Ataker’s signature bolero jackets, baggy pants, and waistcoats were shown this season in a variety of unbleached fabrics primarily in white, ivory and black. Actresses Victoria Justice, Lela Loren, Camren Bicondova and singer and dancer Paula Abdul sat front row. Celebrity fans include Gwen Stefani, Chrissy Teigan and Carrie Underwood.
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This video is not meant to set a date, but to point out that an ecumenical gathering, one of the largest and longest between the three monotheist faiths, will happen from September 4-23, 2016. This appears to coincide with the Arch of Triumph, which will be erected in New York City from approximately September 11-26, 2016. Also, there is debate about when John the XXIII prayed for Vatican II. Some historians suggest it was 9/23/1959, which was the first year that John the XXIII introduced Vatican II to the college of cardinals. Others suggest it was 9/23/1962, just before Vatican II opened. However, this was the same day that John XXIII received his cancer diagnosis. A historian documented that John XXIII prayed at the tombs of his predecessors on that day, but there is no indication he prayed for Vatican II.
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At the 2016 USA Trade Testing Conference, a panel of top media insiders from the wine and spirits industry discussed the role of distribution in helping to tell the story of a new or unknown wine brand. In many cases, they say, it’s a Catch-22 situation: it’s difficult to get broad distribution if you don’t have media attention, but you can’t get media attention if you don’t have distribution in place.
The consensus opinion is that distribution has to happen first, and then you can reach out to the media to help tell your story. As W.R. Tish of Beverage Media Group points out, if a brand wants to get its story out, it has to have some form of distribution in the marketplace. It just “doesn’t make sense” for a trade media publication to tell your story unless there’s some way to access to the wine within the U.S. marketplace.
In other words, if a media publication is going to take the time to learn about you and your brand, it’s going to want a way to introduce its readers to your products. David Ransom of The Tasting Panel and The SOMM Journal echoes this point, emphasizing that “you don’t have to be in all 50 states, but you do have to be in the major markets.” That means a presence in major markets like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle.
*About USA Trade Tasting :*
The USATT Conference is a 2-day event that brings together owners, managers, sales and marketing leaders in the wine, beer and spirits import, distribution and retail industry and helps them learn more about the business, network with other professionals from all areas of the country and exchange ideas and collaborates.
The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insight into what strategies and standards the industry's top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.
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Ari Afilalo is a celebrated writer, author and a philosopher who is also an active member of the Sephardic Jewish community in the New York city.
Dr. Eric Braverman, MD is an internal medicine doctor who practices in New York, NY. He is 59 years old and has been practicing for 34 years. Dr. Braverman is affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.
Donna H Hartman at USATT 2017 gives insights on distribution Agreements in Franchise and Non-Franchise States.
About Donna H. Hartman:
Donna focuses her practice on the representation of companies in the alcoholic beverage industry. In her more than twenty years of experience, she has worked with numerous preeminent brands.
Her areas of expertise include corporate legal affairs, general corporate, commercial transactions, due diligence, acquisitions/dispositions, legal and regulatory compliance, employment law, and intellectual property management. Donna represents the Millstone Spirits Group LLC, a Pennsylvania-based craft distiller, The Connacht Whiskey Company Ltd., based in Ireland, as well as others in the industry.
Previously, Donna was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary to Rémy Cointreau USA, Inc., a global industry leader of premium beverage alcohol products. Donna is also actively involved in the beverage alcohol industry, and has held various leadership posts at the National Association of Beverage Importers, Inc. (NABI) and the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS).
About USA Trade Tasting:
Every year, the USATT Show brings together small and medium sized importers, distributors, retailers and press professionals of the US wine, spirits and beer industry in New York City for 2 days of learning, buying and selling, networking and fun — all designed to help participants grow their bottom line.
Who should attend?
Whether you are a craft distillery, craft brewery or a boutique winery that’s just starting out, or work in sales with an importer/distributor or at an established beverage company, or simply wish to expand your skill set and gain a new perspective, USATT 2018 event is a must-attend event.
Join hundreds of fellow winemakers, brew masters, distillers, sales people and marketers at USA Trade Tasting Conference, designed to inspire and empower you with sales and marketing ideas