photography for good

February 20, 2017

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We are fortunate to work with incredibly talented people from all over the country. From our manufacturing partners in Pennsylvania and Michigan to our talented bloggers in New York, we can honestly say that we work with the best of the best.

Over the years we've been lucky to partner with Patrick O'Connor, a brilliant and accomplished photographer, and the result is many of the images you see on our website.

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Before last year, I had always thought a spa day consisted of a massage or a facial or some other body or skincare treatment. It was only last year that I fully understood the European meaning of a spa.

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Our favorite travel blogger, Travel Fashion Girl, gave Adea a great shout-out in her new video: "The ultimate packing hack! Traveling for one week 5kg only."

Click here to check it out.

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The Wonders of Nature

February 15, 2017

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As the end of 2016 approached we took a look at our bucket list and decided it was time to visit the New York Botanical Garden and see its exciting and special Train Show which is celebrating it’s 25th year here. The event was from November 19th to January 16th. Take note for next year.

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In the Big Apple, folks really know how to party at Christmas. I saw this firsthand at a terrific birthday/holiday celebration in a club on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

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Not that long after the New Year festivities end, the hearts begin to appear and the talk of love, soul mates and dinner dates begin to pop up. Yet, what about those that do not have someone they want to spend this day with or simply may not be interested in the events that surround this particular day?

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Cuba: The Last Hurrah

February 01, 2017

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PROS AND CONS

Even now, weeks after his death, there seems to be a lot of ambivalence about 90-year-old Fidel Castro. Some feel he was a great man who rescued his island country from the despotic Fulgencio Batista and offered its citizens a better existence, specifically: a lifetime of free health and education benefits.

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This is a continuation of the blogs that were posted on January 4th, 11th and 18th. All the excerpts in these blogs are from Round Up the Usual Suspects: The Making of Casablanca – Bogart, Bergman and World War II by Aljean Harmetz.

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This is a continuation of the blogs that were posted on January 4th and 11th. All the excerpts in these blogs are from Round Up the Usual Suspects: The Making of Casablanca – Bogart, Bergman and World War II by Aljean Harmetz.

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Growing up, I would often look to photos of Grace Kelly and Jackie Kennedy for fashion inspiration. Of course, this fashion inspiration came from my mom who often spoke of these individuals. As I grew up, I began to cultivate my own style and sense of individuality. Eventually, I came to a place where I pulled fashion inspiration from a range of individuals, but carved out my own personal style.

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