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“The Workshop at Macy’s is an exclusive retail vendor development program designed to give select high potential minority and/or women business owners the tools to better succeed and sustain growth in the retail industry.”
Click here to read more on the Macy’s workshop website.
Alex is honored to be a part of Macy’s national ad campaign promoting the workshop.
The ad campaign ran in many publications in October 2013 including the New York Times, New York Post, New York Daily News and other regional newspapers.
V-Day gift guide gives love good name
Surprise your sweetheart by making a romantic gesture for Valentine’s Day, by purchasing Alex Woo’s rose gold vermeil leaf earring from the “Vida” collection. It is the perfect classic gift for ladies of all ages. They are affordable, yet are stunning and unique. Visit Alex Woo’s website to view store locations or to shop online!
Scarlett Johansson and Alicia Keys star as N.J. girls who toil on the Upper East Side in their new film “The Nanny Diaries.” Although the film may seem to be a fun, exaggerated account of the world of New York kiddes caretakers, real-life nannies say the movie is more fact than fiction. Take these quotes as an example “They had so many servants, and yet I was made to pick up the crumbs the housekeeper left behind after cleaning the kitchen” or “I was told not to spend more than $10 on lunch for myself. Meanwhile, I would take the kids on thousand dollar shopping sprees at FAO Schwarz.”
In the “Girl Talk” feature, this season, Fashion Editor Serena French, says it’s all about the coquettish look. In the “Sitting Pretty” section, Alex Woo’s sterling silver Narissa cuff adorns a model at Marseille Restaurant.
By SERENA FRENCH Post Fashion Editor
IT’S a golden moment in jewelry. In happy news, bling (sequins and beading and rhinestones, oh my) has moved off clothing, replaced by classic accessories that carry both investment and sentimental value. Precious is in style – gold, as opposed to silver – both with stones, or shining on its own. No adornment is left out in the cold. Rings and bracelets have gotten bigger – a cocktail ring as big as your first joint and cuffs or bangles up the arm are de rigueur – while necklaces have become smaller, but are now worn in multiples. An earring with a drop, be it chandelier or a duster, is still hanging on as a trend, and even hair is getting dressed up with its very own jewelry box. Shine on.
In the main photo, she’s wearing: Alex Woo’s Narissa 14K gold vermeil cuff, $548, at alexwoo.com