Ladies’ Home Journal – Ann Curry

Her husband calls her the brunette Doris Day, cohost Matt Lauer says she’s utterly genuine, and Today viewers count on her sunny optimism. Yes, Ann Curry really is that nice.
Ann Curry was featured on the front of the September issue of Ladies’ Home Journal magazine and she is wearing Alex Woo’s Gold Vida Earrings.  Inside she wears both Alex Woo’s Vida Earrings and Narissa Cuff.
She talks about her “greatest mission,” which has been covering humanitarian disasters around the world.  “Journalism is an act of faith in the future,” Ann touts.  Ann’s coworkers also had some really nice things to say about her.

“The warmth is utterly genuine,” Matt said.

“When you see her reporting a story that’s tragic you can see the pain. She is genuinely affected by what she’s doing. She doesn’t have a switch she can turn on and off,” Al said.

Read the full article here, where she also talks about how her husband thinks she’s the “brunette Doris Day.”

Originally published in Ladies’ Home Journal, September 2011.

The Today Show – Signed, Sealed & Delivered with Hugs ‘n’ Kisses

Today Show February 2006Robyn Freedman Spizman, author of “Make It Memorable,” shares some gift suggestions guaranteed to arrive to your loved one faster than cupid’s arrow. On The Today Show with Ann Curry, she brought out the best Valentine’s Day gifts for everyone in your family, and shared her jewelry pick for Alex Woo’s Vegas collection.

The fashion-forward jewelry designer, Alex Woo, has brought the excitement and thrill of Las Vegas right to you with her brand new Vegas Collection of necklaces and charm bracelets. Inspired by the high-class luxury of the casino world, these delicate playing card icons make a bold and lucky statement. The necklaces are available in silver, yellow gold, rose gold and even diamonds. Hands down, the Alex Woo Vegas collection is the best and most glamorous way to beat the house!

The Today Show – Add a Dash of Style to Your Holiday

TodayShow-2005DecTry some star-gazing for inspiration this gift-giving season. Style expert Bobbie Thomas shows the ‘Today’ show’s Ann Curry some Hollywood-inspired gift ideas. Bobbie Thomas: Good morning, you too! Ann Curry: You know I got to tell you, you know the whole monogram thing, you say was so last year — so the question is what is this year?

Ann Curry: This morning on our “Countdown to Christmas,” adding a dash of Hollywood dazzle to your holiday gifts. If you’re stumped on what to get this year for people you love, well ‘Today’ contributor and style expert Bobbie Thomas has stopped by with some great gift ideas from Tinsel Town. Bobbie, good morning, it’s great to see you!

Bobbie Thomas: Well monograms, yeah, they’re always going to be ok. They’re personal, but this year — its numbers. We’re seeing lots of celebrities not flip for the big bling, but more in the special stuff like in the jewelry segment we did. Bobbie Thomas: Kelly Ripa is wearing a 3 to symbolize her three children and its a good idea because it is something that shows you took an extra step in selecting a gift.

Ann Curry: What do you mean? Why the numbers?

Bobbie Thomas: Well Alex Woo’s Little Number Collection features these Little Numbers and Eva Longoria is sporting this number 9 to show her boyfriend Tony Parker, the basketball player, that she’s his biggest fan.

Ann Curry: Ahhh….

Ann Curry: So its another way to making things personal!

To see the segment, please visit MSNBC for the ‘The Today Show’ video.

MSNBCThis year, why not let the stars guide you? “Today” contributor Bobbie Thomas, style expert and co-host of “Fashion Police,” offers some celebrity-favorite gift ideas that will make anyone feel like a star!

Precious metal
Last year, it was all about initials and monograms, but this year celebs have found their lucky numbers — thanks to Alex Woo’s Little Number Collection. Eva Longoria shows boyfriend Tony Parker she’s his biggest fan by sporting a gold number 9, while Kelly Ripa dons a diamond 3 to symbolize her three children. You can pick the favorite digits of friends and loved ones, with or without diamonds, for a personal touch.