As a Personal Shopper, September is, hands down, the busiest month of the year for me...There is something about all the rich fabrics and colors, that put women in the mood to shop and substance, that makes it feel like money well spent. It's hectic, but wonderful and I love catching up with my clients at Richards and helping them figure out their best looks for the season.
Ironically, it's also Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in N.Y., where designers and makeup artists, are showing their Spring 2010 collections. Just when you have the whole Fall thing down pat, it's already time to start processing the new silhouettes and palettes of what lies ahead.
In the midst of all of this, I also spent two days attending a TotalBeauty Blogger Summit, where we had the opportunity to meet with executives from Chanel, Loreal, Victoria's Secret, Kiehls, and Molton Brown, to learn about their latest launches and newest products. We met with the Public Relations team at Trachtenberg, who represent dozens of brands, including Philip b., N.Y.C. New York Color , Avon, Korres, Footpetals, Stella McCartney Fragrance and many more well known beauty companies. We also spent time with the P.R. team, who represent the exclusive products at Warren Tricomi's Beauty Atelier at the Plaza Hotel, like Sponge, Sjal Skincare, Reversital, Becca cosmetics, and Whish. Suffice to say, I will have oodles, of new products to review and give you the scoop on.
I adored meeting the faces behind Blogs I read and love, like Butterfly Diary, Beauty 411, Beautiful Makeup Search , Jolie Nadine , Lipschtick and Tempt'd. They are the best in the business and I admire their talent and passion.
Most importantly, the TotalBeauty team put together a great list of speakers, who shared information on how to enhance our Blogs, so that you, our readers, will continue to be engaged and excited. I learned a ton and learned I don't know a ton! I have already implemented some changes, like creating links for you and suggesting past Blogs you might enjoy at the bottom of my posts.
Divadebbi is different from most Blogs, as I write about what pleases me, (or not) and often relate current beauty and fashion events to my own experiences past and present. I'd like not to stray too much from my original vision, because I feel it works for me, but I value your feedback and I am open to adding features you might like to see.