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Power to the girls: Karrie Stanfill

Hi girls! You probably already heard about the Sex and the City series revival, titled 'And Just Like That'. I can't wait to see what happened to Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda (Samantha will be missed!) and get wild about Carrie's closet AND shoe collection again. In the meantime, I am so proud to see that there are some fantastic tutu fans among us and I am not the only one loving to wear tulle skirts! In this blogpost, I am giving the word to another lovely Karrie, Karrie Stanfill.  What I love about Karrie is that she follows her heart!...

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Power to the girls: About Bela

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Power to the girls: About Bela

Meet Bela Figueira! Bela is a mom, a fashionista and a tutu lover!

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Power to the girls!

Power to the girls!

I have always been fascinated by us women. We are so strong yet so fragile. We can lift mountains to protect the people we love, but we are the first to tear ourselves down. How come we grow up analyzing all our faults while praising others qualities. Didn't our mothers told us that we can be anything we want and that we were wonderful? Probably not ... as they were not raised like that neither. Although I am raising a boy, I am making sure that I teach him that he needs to love himself first, that's it's ok to...

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It's a cultural thing...

It's a cultural thing...

At the beginning of my career as a marketer I worked for several Japanese companies. There was one in particular that was managed by a Japanese CEO, Matsumoto-san (san means Mr in Japanese).  During winter time, Matsumoto-san would always come to the office wearing a mask.  Honestly, at that time it felt really aggressive to me for him wearing a mask. It was as if I was carrying germs and he was trying to protect himself from my colleagues and me to infect him with some terrible European virus. Now I know better. Now I understand the purpose of him...

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Think Pink ( • )( • )

Think Pink ( • )( • )

October is breast cancer awareness month. And boy oh boy have I been made aware of this cancer often during these last couple of years. First, one of my beautiful Parisian friends got affected by it. With her I discovered the warrior side of women. She is a real fighter, keeping her head up and looking the cancer straight in the eyes! The fight was not easy, but she won! And since then more women in my close circle of friends got this type of cancer. So I realized it is a very common type of cancer. It is actually...

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