covering a wide variety of topics, from business and career development to fashion and lifestyle. My work has appeared on Refinery29, TIME, Fast Company, and more. By day, I work in book publishing.
No matter how many sentences I type and delete, this opening paragraph ends up sounding like the opening of Love Actually, so I’m just going with it.
Despite all the hype about Kiesque Liquid Palisade, I was not convinced. I thought it might be another great beauty idea that fails in execution—a product designed to make life easier that only ends up complicating things.
Suffice it to say that America is way behind on the Priyanka Chopra bandwagon. She is one of India’s most beloved (and highest paid) actresses—not to mention a super successful singer, producer, producer, columnist, and philanthropist.
Last night, the endlessly impressive Jane the Virgin writers pulled off one of the more difficult moves in television—effectively incorporating a super-famous guest star.
Back in January when Beautyblender announced their newest product, the beauty blogosphere went nuts.
In the publishing world, getting published in September is a compliment. It’s a vote of confidence.
I’ll be the first to admit that I was late to the podcast game, but now that I’m in it I am IN IT.
Closet paralysis: /ˈkläzət pəˈraləsəs/ (noun) : an affliction which occurs when a person, often female, looks into her closet in an attempt to dress herself, and finds herself incapable of action.
Yes, there is mink fur glued to my face right now. And I am so beyond okay with it.
When Season One of Project Runway premiered, I was 12 years old. Solidly in the prime of my awkward phase, and having just started seventh grade at a new, all-girls school with exactly 16 people in my entire class.
List of things that flourished in Renaissance Italy: philosophy, art, science, platform shoes.
I spent my four years of college delving deep into the foundations of Western civilization in a 60-credit major called the Program of Liberal Studies—one of the greatest decisions of my life. BUT.
Almost as soon as we meet, Citizen’s Mark founder and CEO Cynthia Salim proudly declares, “Our vision is to be the go-to brand for a generation of socially conscious and empowered women on the rise.” I am so listening.
Ending the stigma surrounding mental illness. Changing fashion industry standards. Creating clothes that genuinely make you feel good.