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11 February 2019

WHAT: Frances Valentine Galentine's Shopping Event

WHY:  Frances Valentine is hosting a Galentine's Shopping Event alongside Little Fashion Stylist and Le Hoarder at the Frances Valentine Pop-up Shop.

Grab your friends, mamas, and sisters and join us in a toast friendship and love.

WHEN: 2/13; W (4-7)

WHERE: 793 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10065

For the complete list of today's sales and sample sales check HERE.

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About Frances Valentine

Shoes and handbags designed by Kate Valentine Spade in New York City. Frances Valentine is designed in New York City by Kate, Paola, and Andy. The first prototype of each shoe design is made on a hand carved wooden last. Every pair of shoes takes two full days to complete. Handbags are custom-made with specially developed hardware, leathers, and fabrics to Kate’s exacting specifications.

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9 February 2019

WHAT: Wendy Mink Jewelry Valentine's Day Shopping Event

WHY: Beautiful, limited edition gifts for you and the ones you love.

Many one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, new designs, and sale specials will be offered at the Wendy Mink Jewelry Valentine's Day Shopping Event.

WHEN: 2/13; W (10-6)

WHERE: Elizabeth Gillette Showroom
260 West 36th Street
Suite #802
New York, NY 10018
(212) 629-7993

For the complete list of today's sales and sample sales check HERE.

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About Wendy Mink Jewelry

One-of-a-kind jewelry made with new and vintage hand-carved semi-precious stones, offering between 30-50% sale of the new fall collection. Wendy Mink blends aspects of Victorian and Indian design to create contemporary classics using semiprecious stones, gold vermeil, resin, and sterling silver. Each piece of Wendy Mink Jewelry is handmade in NYC studio.

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7 February 2019

WHAT: Fashion Week with Zadig & Voltaire

WHY: Fashion Week is officially here, and it's time to find your runway-worthy look.

Sip champagne and enjoy exclusive access to Zadig & Voltaire's Runway Collection. With styling by Z&V along with makeup by YSL, you'll receive the full VIP treatment and leave ready to take on the most fashionable week of the year. Plus, receive an exclusive gift from Z&V with each purchase!*

*While supplies last

WHEN: 2/7; Th (5-8)

WHERE: 1000 Third Avenue
between 59th Street and Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022

For the complete list of today's sales and sample sales check HERE.

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About Zadig & Voltaire

French brand Zadig &Voltaire is a ready-to-wear fashion label established in 1997 by Thierry Gillier. The Zadig & Voltaire style has gained a solid reputation for accessible, high quality ready-to-wear

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4 February 2019

I don’t want to minimize the importance of the relationship between bloggers and PR agencies. But like everything else in life, they require work.  

So when I find myself invariably ignoring your newsletters or even deleting them without so much as opening them, it’s a clear sign that something’s gone awry, and  I owe it to the relationship to speak up honestly, and say what’s bothering me.

At least, that’s what my therapist is always telling me.

So, in the interest of improving our relationship, here are some of the things that have been bothering me lately:

1) The “Breaking News” subject line

Don’t call an actress wearing your client’s dress “breaking news,” even if it happens to be the actress in that Netflix movie that’s up for all the awards, or a certain member of the British royal family. If you want to leave me wanting more, try to get a little more creative. Put some thought into your gestures. Experiment once in a while. It’ll do us both good.

2) When you send images without owning the rights to them

When you do that, I either have to find similar photos that aren’t copyrighted, or buy the images myself. This says to me that you either a) don’t value my time, or b) want me to pick up the tab. Neither of these mindsets are attractive. 

3) When you say “Loved your article about xyz,” even though I never wrote an article on said topic

Please don’t throw around the term love unless you mean it. Do your research! All it takes is reading just one of my posts. Or don’t. Just don’t lie to me

4) You are guilty of ridiculous newsjacking.

There is no shame in newsjacking, tapping into the news is an effective way to get my attention. Having said that, when I see “New Year’s Eve Essentials” and then you tell me about your company’s bra, I will be annoyed. 

5) When you send me collages with “trend alerts”

I know you mean well, and you are trying to save me time. But it makes me feel manipulated. I have to be true to myself and the brands I believe in, so please don’t go to all the trouble of creating a collage. It just makes me feel guilty when I don’t feature it.

6) You literally have no idea what the site is about. 

Sometimes I wonder if you ever listen to a word I say. I cover conscious consumerism, sustainable fashion, retail and NYC sample sales . Please don’t send me press releases about non-fashion related things. Like Manhattan Real Estate.

Unless of course you’re letting me know about a sale on loft spaces in Tribeca, in which case I’ve never loved you more .



Posted by Mirela Gluck at 02:13 AM
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