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BellaFill Fills Fine Lines & Acne Scars

November 22, 2016

Anti-Acne & Anti-Aging

There is only one thing that competes with the uncomfortable concern of acne- and that’s acne scarring. Unsightly adult acne, more often than not, leads to having to deal with irreversible skin damage, until now!

The unexpected solution sweeping the nation is the latest cosmetic injectable facial filler Bellafill. If you are someone who suffers from the ever-lasting psychological effects and physical reactions from acne conditions, Bellafill is the answer to your prayers.

A distressing quantity of individuals, estimated between 40 million to 50 million Americans, have been affected by some form of acne, and not just teenagers. Individuals seek out a variety of “proper” treatments for this embarrassing dermal ailment in hopes to rid themselves of acne scars once and for all. Whether at-home popping, antibiotics, creams, ointments, cleansers or other remedies to cure, those who experience scars caused from acne result in never forgetting some of their most traumatizing years.

Hard To Treat: Acne to Acne Scarring

Acne and acne scarring is quite hard to treat due to a large sum of factors including plugging of pores and oil production, unhealthy diet, genetics, sun exposure, poor skin-care, etc.

Inflammation may occur from mild to the most severe cases; research indicates that even on the surface of the skin of acne patients where one doesn’t see any reminisce of pimples, breakouts and blemishes, there are inciting elements on a molecular level which never diminish. Assorted bacteria and hormones, particularly androgens (the male hormones present in men and women) will require additional attention. They overstimulate the oil glands and hair follicles in the skin, causing communal acne flares.

BellaFill Fights Back!

Dr. Monica Tadros stands behind the most revolutionary formulated product to treat acne scars- Bellafill. Bellafill is taking the cosmetic and medical industry by storm as it is the only dermal facial filler on the market to have been approved by the FDA for the correction of moderate to severe, atrophic, distensible facial acne scars of the cheek in patients over the age of 21. As an injectable filler made up of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), Bellafill may also be used in conjunction with other alternative forms of treatment, such as laser resurfacing or chemical peels, for a more comprehensive result!

Dr. Monica Tadros injects Bellafill under the scars to stimulate an individual’s own collagen to fill the scar. The unique injectable gel, comprised of tiny microspheres integrates and promotes new tissue growth. These spheres are smaller than a human hair, barely visible to the eye, but they are prevailing in collagen production. Patients can see improvement immediately, but the true results occur as the skin continues to get smoother as your own body fills in the scars.

Introducing the only dermal filler approved for the correction of moderate to severe, atrophic, distensible facial acne scars on the cheek in patients over the age of 21 years.

Bellafill offers an important difference to patients who know acne scar correction can be very costly. What if instead of just filling, you could actually restore?

It has distinctive properties. The Bellafill formulated solution works in two ways:

  • The collagen provides immediate volume below atrophic acne scars to lift them to the level of the surrounding skin.
  • The PMMA microspheres create a matrix that supports endogenous collagen production.

On average, Bellafill lasts between 1 and 5 years. Patients who have a series of 2 or 3 injections find their results last longer.

As this innovative and noninvasive facial filler has been introduced to the market by some of the most highly accredited surgeons and dermatologist, other social influencers began endorsement because of its permanent effects vs. temporary grades in comparison to previously qualified leading industry products recognized in the cosmetic industry like Juvederm / Restylane.

About Face: Turning Back Time

On top of aiding with acne scars, Bellafill also works as a skin smoothing elucidation for fine lines and wrinkles. Despite it all, we can stop the evolutionary aging process, but Bellafill can smoothly slow it down a bit. No matter what your life stage is, from adolescence to a maturing adult on a quest for ageless beauty, Bellafill can erase the lines and scars of the past.

Zapping Zits and The Angst Against Acne

A healthy lifestyle goes a long way when it comes to keeping one’s skin blemish-free, no matter what stage of development and age you are in. Anguish regarding acne is an ordinary reaction, but stressing about it does not help. Although skin problems are a seemingly common aesthetic issue, they do not have to be permanent or effect one’s self-esteem and confidence. Acne is temporary and so are the emotional and physical scars.

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Manhattan Medspa’s Best Kept Secret

December 28, 2015

lucypetersaesth_1424278618_140Since the beginning of time, women have discreetly sought magic potions, elixirs and creams that attempt to provide or, at least maintain their beauty. Today, the market for beauty and personal care is saturated with products and services. Faced with this superabundance of offerings, woman of all ages tend to, more often than not, obsess over trying new products and visiting facilities they see advertised in glossy magazines. The results, though, can often be disappointing and significant percentages of consumers don’t achieve the anticipated results. Too many women end up with bungled procedures and great dissatisfaction. To be smart about beauty and personal care, you must know that selecting the combination of the right experts, clinics, techniques and products matters.

At the luxurious Lucy Peters Aesthetic Center, we’ve discovered an oasis in Manhattan where no deceiving advertising will derail you from your journey to perfection.

For our editors, the Lucy Peters facility is one of the best-kept secrets in town. The spa offers services that are truly unique, and their expertise defines their brand, their identity and what they represent. At Lucy Peters, the experts know very intricately the processes we need medically to assure our patients they are in good hands”, admits Kinga Bagnowska, manager of the Spa located at 150 East 58th Street in Manhattan. The venue offers excellent treatments to eliminate unwanted hair on your body.

Internationally recognized, Lucy Peters started her medical engineering research more than two decades ago following a poor experience related to unwanted hair.

A clinician and dermatologist, Peters’ experience and research created patented techniques and adopted aesthetic solutions that together contributed to defining her brand name. Several years ago, Peters partnered with world renowned dermatologist, Dr. Albert Klingman (co-inventor of Retin-A) to create the Lucy Peters Smooth System, the only FDA approved permanent hair removal treatment. After Lucy Peters retired, the spa continued to thrive and is expanding its services to include new techniques for permanent hair removal, hair restoration, skin tightening, tattoo removal and more.

“We have a nurse that is unique, Yone Tierney. She’s been in the spa for 20 years so her knowledge is part of this treasured spa where you can get the best results possible. When you have to get FDA approval and encounter hundreds of regulations, you need the best doctors in the handling of your skin and body. It’s a wellness package like no other”, says Bagnowska.

One of the reasons that the Lucy Peters hair removal process is unique, is the fact that Lucy Peters developed a system that applies to different hair colors. It’s a process that is color blind, be it gray, red, blonde, brown or black hair, the system adapts to the person’s individual condition, thus removing effectively without seeing the hair grow back.

The clinic environment of Lucy Peters is very tranquil and professional. Owned by plastic surgeon Gil R. Altman, the venue is nestled in midtown east. It is a convenient building where you will get pampered and treated for the tailored services you need. “We make an assessment based on your needs, but the fact is that coming here once and applying hair removal just a few times, without having terrible consequences on your skin like in grown hair or other side effects, it’s a big plus for our clients”, concludes Bagnowska.

The Lucy Peters Aesthetic Center is located in the A&D Building at 150 East 58th Street, Suite 2901, N.Y., N.Y., 10155.

For a Free Consultation or more information, call 212-486-9740 or visit their website at www.LucyPeters.com

By Rosanna Perez

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NYC Plastic Surgeon Focuses in on Male Aesthetics

December 28, 2015

DrSteinbrechSittingatDeskBorn and raised in a small farm town in Iowa just outside Cedar Rapids, Dr. Steinbrech has a passion in the field of plastic surgery like no other doctor. He attended college at the University of Iowa for both his undergraduate (B.S. Biology with honors) and MD (medical doctor) degrees.

Specialty includes: Male Plastic Surgery in NYC

Now an iconic figure in the city of New York, he gives us an insight into his life in the Big Apple.

 “Dr. Steinbrech admits NYC is the greatest in the world!”

Why did you go into the specialty of plastic surgery for men?

While in the early years of medical school, I began to research specialties, I also realized that plastic surgery was like no other medical specialty – it was a unique marriage of skills where technique and creativity join together.

How has the trend changed for men?  It used to be the gym, why do plastic surgery?

For most men, plastic surgery is an extension of what they do in the gym. One trend we see is people are considering procedures because of the role they play in the public eye. For example, models, musicians, and actors are among the population of people concerned with maintaining their outward appearance. We are also seeing more and more fathers who have spent the last several years of their lives focusing on raising a family and now feel that they want to re-focus on their health and appearance, just like mothers. Another area of growth is the CEO’s and Boardroom Executives. This group of men are finding themselves across the table from younger executives who are fit and have a strong appearance, and in many cases they feel maintaining their physical appearance gives them a competitive edge in the boardroom.

You have been featured in books, and have done conferences on the subject.  What makes you the best plastic surgeon for men?

I understand men. I think that is the most important part. I have a very high volume of men come through my practice and the number of men I see continues to increase. Over the years of focusing on men, I have learned a lot and adjusted my technique to tailor results to their desires. My goal as a surgeon is always to continue to innovate and offer my patients the best possible outcomes through advances in technology and technique. I am very honored to be working with CRC Publishing, Inc. to put together the first textbook focusing solely on male plastic surgery. It’s slated to be out in the Fall of 2016 and I hope it will be a great help to other surgeons who are bringing procedures to the men in their communities.

What places are the best for you to shop and dine in the city?

I love NYC shopping – but I have to say my favorite places are Ralph Lauren, J Crew, or anything I see in Soho. Of course living in NYC, we have every kind of restaurant anyone could ever want, but like shopping, I have my favorites. If I am downtown, I always try to dine at Pastis and when I am uptown my favorite place is the restaurant inside the Mark hotel.

There are three Myths about plastic surgery I want people to better understand:

1. All plastic surgery is bad. Plastic surgery is only bad if it is overdone, and in my practice we want patients to have a natural look when it’s all said and done. Plastic surgery can be very good if it is unnoticeable; which is exactly what we focus on. Natural results.

2. Plastic surgery does not mean you don’t diet and exercise. Most people think that people who get plastic surgery are lazy or don’t want to work and take care of their bodies. This could not be farther from the truth. Some of my very best patients live very healthy lifestyles. They eat healthy, exercise regularly and get plenty of rest.

3. Fat should be “lasered” out and thrown away. There are so many good uses for our own fat I hate to hear when it gets discarded. I have developed a technique called BodyBanking (Patent Pending) involves saving that fat and putting it into your biceps, pecs, breast and bottom’s. It creates natural volume and it helps prevent the patient from getting a bulging tummy if they put on a few pounds after surgery.

By Rebeca Herrero

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Art Bodega’s Style Issue Release Party in NYC

July 1, 2015

After being cordially invited to the viewing of the Paraiba Star, held at New York’s Astro Gallery of Gems, Manhattan’s elite celebrated the launch of Art Bodega’s Summer 2015 Style Issue. 

Rebeca Hererro, editor of Art Bodega Magazine gleamed brighter than a diamond as she played hostess of the dazzling unveiling of the world’s largest cut Paraiba Tourmaline housed in a spectacular necklace by Kaufmann de Suisse. 

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There were about 15 million reasons that caught the eyes of the wealthy and luxurious crowd who fell in love with the gallery, the gems, and of course the exquisite piece built around the exhibit. While many exclusive, pure and natural cut stones were displayed around the centerpiece, the uniquely rare design of the necklace, valued at 12 million, exemplified what it meant to be a media draw.

Representing incomparable style and grace, Rebeca and other knowledgeable galleria commissioners provided detailed information enamoring party-goers with insightful dialogue surrounding the story behind the one-of-a-kind Paraibia Star.

The Paraibia Star was the absolute perfect symbol to capture the high-end brand and clientele which Art Bodega caters to…

Art Bodega’s Rebeca Hererro conceivably embodies the same extraordinary qualities as the Paraibia Star reaching new levels of class to the modern New Yorker and the demographic of the publication.

Highlighted at the event, the opportunity arose to speak to the creator of the necklace as she explained a little about the process of creating the Paraibia Star and the imagery which inspires its greatness!

 




The invite-only occasion proved to be the talk of the town…(Midtown to be exact) – as many attendees arrived in black tie attire to honor the pages of the magazine featuring their glamorous lifestyle.  Those included L.A. Dawson, who wrote “The Stone Cold Truth About Style” on the magazine’s last page, about (you-guessed-it) precious stones, and Holly Signorelli, author of “Do You Know Where Your Money is?” with a featured spread.
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Gisela A. Reis, a Sales and Marketing Professional at Astro Gallery about the museum-like store and their clientele. “We get people of all ages and all nationalities, tourists, locals, and celebrities such as Cameron Diaz, who was on the guest list,” she said. “We have items for just a few dollars and all the way up!” She remarked that she’d like to see security camera footage of the gallery after closing, musing that much like “Night At The Museum” perhaps the dinosaur skeleton and other featured creatures move around. She gave me the gallery’s list of stones and their properties which is quite extensive. For Tourmaline (of all colors) it reads: Dispels fear, negativity, and grief. Promotes healthy environment, tranquil sleep, balance in relationship, self-expression. Eases compulsiveness.

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The Paraiba Star was in good company on this magical night in NYC. Congrats to all involved in the collaboration of Art Bodega Magazine and Kaufmann de Suisse’s phenomenal artistry and cultural contribution.

 

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Holly Signorelli is a Texan with Cosmopolitan Flair

June 15, 2015

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Blonde, smart and sexy, Holly Signorelli stands out from the crowd.  Wearing Louboutin shoes and perfectly coiffed hair, she arrives amid a snowstorm in New York at La Pulperia Restaurant located in the Upper East Side, looking flawless, beautiful, tall and shapely.  She could well be in a rock music video dazzling the crowds while dancing with high energy, seductive eyes, and an attitude that melts the hearts of handsome while never losing the attention and  admiration of powerful women.

Her new self-published book “Do You Know Where Your Money Is? ®” follows the step of gurus like Georgette Mosbacher or Suze Orman, women who know how to manage money and teach about it.  As we spoke during an interview while sipping a fancy mixed martini, Signorelli spoke about different episodes in her life with great prowess, never losing her smile even though Manhattan was blanketed by the brutal storm.  During the photo shoot, Signorelli posed with grace in the fantastic venue, surrounded by modern architecture, chic décor and a light that helped her resplendent persona.

Her accounting and consulting firm in Dallas, Texas has 650 clients.  She is superb with numbers, but goes beyond the advising.  She refers to herself as an “emotional coach”.  “People spend their money based on their emotions and compulsiveness, sometimes losing it all”, says the affable but determined Signorelli who hails from the “Lone Star State”.  Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, she travels back and forth to the Big Apple to advise her clients from Park Avenue to Wall Street.

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Not only has she released two books, but her new publication is a great testament to her knowledge.  She also has it in audio book, available to busy individuals who barely have time for anything.  “While I’m driving, I use audio books that help further my knowledge on everything”, admits Signorelli.  Her strong family values are inherent in her, due to a system of protectiveness that was also kind.  “My parents had 44 foster children, and adopted one of them, as well as my sister from Korea. Their kindness influenced me completely”.

“I can admit that my family was good with money, but for some odd reason, I had a fear of money since I was 14 years old.  It was not a personal fear, it was more a fear based on the economy.  I always liked to spend on good things, provide for myself, buy designer shoes and enjoy life.  For that reason I was aware I had to work hard to live a comfortable life”, reflect Signorelli on her early adolescence.

She attended the University of Texas and got her degree in accounting.  After graduating, she worked for a small firm that enabled her to learn everything needed to continue on a successful path that included some bumps, here and there.  After several years, she went solo, attributing her slow but successful start with the referrals from people that really liked her.  “At the end of the day, this is key in any business”, relays the wife and successful entrepreneur.

One of the key points that built her endurance and determination was having a child at an early age and running from an abusive relationship.  “I was only 22 years old, a mother, going through a rough time, but I always kept working, taking care of my son, and sometimes I would work from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm  (I fortunately had a lot of help from family).  Then I would come home to take care of my baby.  I believe that what enabled me to continue was the vision of what I really wanted.  No one could take that away from me”, confesses Holly, who is now known for a superlative career, always unstoppable.

“I’m a true believer that people make bad decisions based on their personal emotions.  This is why I include a great component of these situations while advising my clients.  We can lose a home, we can lose a business due to emotional differences with a business partner.  Emotions can define us and destroy us, a big reason to keep them in check!  It can make you or break you.”

“The most challenging aspect of life is realizing that you need boundaries.  In order to achieve a full life, you must meditate, and the reason I run a successful company, has to do with turning off my phone sometimes.  If you have balance and boundaries, you can achieve this in an easier way.  You cannot make everyone happy, and not everyone will work.  Mistakes are always there, and they teach us how to improve too”, admits the businesswoman.

Her new book of 112 pages is a great summary for debt and spending survival skills.  For people who need to get a quick read in what can become a great relief in their lives.  “Knowing about your habits and hidden addictions defines you.  We all need money to survive, it will all depend on how you spend and save it, how you live through it, and how you enjoy it on a positive note”, always cheerful, serious, dedicated and ready for a great and glamorous photo shoot.  The women of today!  Holly Signorelli!

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Holly Nicholas Signorelli, CPA

Registered Representative

Investment Advisor Representative

Group One Insurance

17120 Dallas Parkway Ste. 240

Dallas TX 75248

Securities offered through Sigma Financial Corporation, Member FINRA/SIPC.  Investment advisory services offered through SPC, a registered investment advisor.  Client Centric is independently owned and operated.

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Art Bodega Magazine Beauty Awards

December 21, 2014

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PARK AVENUE’S PREEMINENT PLASTIC SURGEON REVEALS THE ART OF PERFECTION

December 21, 2014

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PARK AVENUE’S PREEMINENT PLASTIC SURGEON REVEALS THE ART OF PERFECTION

By Lori Simmons Zelenko

Michelangelo and Dr. Ramtin Kassir have more than a passion for natural beauty of the human form in common. Sharing precision, authority and artistry they shape the body to reveal what is genuine and unique. New York’s preeminent triple board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Kassir, is an artist himself, a sculptor of clay figures which reveal men and women without artifice. Prioritizing individuality, he is not distracted by what is trending today; balance for him is key. And so his quest then is to maintain balance between the left brain and the right brain, between the golden ratio which mathematically guides plastic surgery and the creativity that differentiates his artistry from any other surgeon.

“Individuality, a sense of uniqueness, prevails in my work,” he reveals, “there is no one nose, for example, that is right for everyone. The right nose, the artist’s choice if you will, is the one that captures the essence of the person, not a look that’s ‘owned’ by a celebrity or is fashionable at the moment.”

Dr. Kassir is particularly well known for his Ethnic Rhinoplasty procedures performed on patients of Hispanic, African American, Asian or Middle Eastern descent. “Each ethnicity has its own heritage,” he explains. “Ignoring the beauty of high cheekbones and almond eyes as we see in South American men and women, to create something more homogenous would not be aesthetically correct. To me it would not be a way to achieve ‘perfection.’” Though an element may mar the overall effect and need enhancement, such as a nose broken and twisted, or disproportionately large and jarringly masculine on a woman’s face, for Dr. Kassir ‘perfection’ is the sum of all parts and that means keeping the original character intact. “We have patients from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe so it’s important to understand and account for cultural and anatomical nuances of different ethnicities in plastic surgery. Rhinoplasty in ethnic patients requires a different approach than in Caucasian patients,” says Dr. Kassir. “While individuals vary dramatically, there are some characteristics common to the different ethnicities that can make Rhinoplasty more challenging.  But underlying the wish for physical improvement is a sense that altering one’s ethnic expression can be an empowering change. However it takes skill and sensitivity to achieve a cosmetic result that beautifies the face while respecting and preserving ethnicity; race is not erased but the overall look is enhanced and of course, from the patient’s point of view, significantly improved.”

Lately there has been much buzz about Renee Zellweger’s plastic surgery. Weighing in as an authority, Dr. Kassir believes she sacrificed her uniqueness – the face that we came to know and love in movies like Bridget Jones Diary – for a comparatively conventional and eventually unrecognizable look. “Today you show a picture of her to people on the street and they have no idea who she is. It is not that the surgery was botched; it is that her character was lost,” so Kassir observes, reinforcing his point that plastic surgery needs to be in sync with all that a person represents including their ethnic heritage. He continues: “Of course, as she is an actress one has to ask what will this do to her career? Would you go see a movie with Brad Pitt if Brad Pitt did not look like Brad Pitt anymore?”

Hollywood is notorious for tinkering and tweaking and certainly Dr. Kassir has worked on his share of celebrities, models, and social elite. But his emphasis remains that no matter what the procedure, from a Botox injection (though he is an advocate of Dysport, a longer lasting alternative) to a facelift (and he does caution that cutting alone does not equal artistry; it is the intuition and creativity of the surgeon that turns ‘work’ into art), successful reinvention and rejuvenation must factor in lifestyle, location, personality and of course, ethnicity.

Different parts of the country raise different issues when it comes to plastic surgery. Dr. Kassir speaks to his own experience with a clientele that may winter in Florida and summer in the New York-New Jersey area. Although many say there is no longer a stigma about plastic surgery, and indeed attitudes have changed since the 1960s and 70s when it was so hush hush, there is a still a difference in how people choose to reveal their ‘work.’

In New York it’s hidden; dark glasses and whispers behind the menus at Le Cirque. “Patients in New York and New Jersey ask me after their nose is done, ‘how soon can I take the splint off?’,” candidly speaking Dr. Kassir notes that, “naturally my signature treatment, the 15 minute nose job is particularly popular in the Big Apple.” But in Miami and other Sunbelt destinations with a body conscious culture like California and Texas, having ‘work’ done is practically a badge of honor. As this preeminent plastic surgeon explains, “when I meet with a patient and we talk about what is right for them, I have to marry the ‘work’ to their environment and the cultural norms of the climate.”

Today surgery is not the only answer to reversing signs of aging, the primary reason Dr. Kassir finds that women – and men too – come to see him. Looking to feel vital and rejuvenated, patients may start with quick fixes with no downtime – injectables – and lasers too to firm, tighten and lift. Procedures that make a subtle difference without compromising the integrity of the individual’s original look.

Some celebrities often appearing quite drastically altered make the rounds of late night talk shows professing never to have seen a plastic surgeon. Or as a famous face or two confesses, “Oh, I’ve never had ‘work’ done, I’ve only done lasers.” This trend of euphemizing prompts Dr. Kassir to ask “Where do you draw the line? It’s OK to reveal you’ve had lasers but not surgery?” Perhaps this attitude is a reflection of the three biggest fears people have about plastic surgery. From his Park Avenue vantage point, Dr. Kassir sees these concerns falling into distinct patterns: cost as a barrier – my husband won’t approve if I spend the money, the kids need a new car, a new house, a new something; fear of anesthesia – if there is ever a time to be 100% honest with your doctor it is when you are going to have anesthesia, complications are more likely to arise from a lack of disclosure than a lack of expertise; worry about looking different – again the Renee Zellweger issue of lost individuality and before her, Michael Jackson who was the poster child for surgery that took away the beauty of ethnic origin.

But, reminds Dr. Kassir the mirror does not lie. “Look and look again. Do you see a glimpse of who you were or who you want to be? But you need help to achieve ‘perfection’? Don’t be dissuaded by others but by the same token, don’t choose a plastic surgeon who does not ‘see’ you as an artist sees a model, with clarity and realism integrating every possible consideration so that you will always be you – just a better version of yourself.” Perfection then is constant transformation for Dr. Kassir as once the work is done a more confident you emerges, ready to face the world smiling and happy, bold and beautiful and that is the rejuvenating gift of true artistry.

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A Latina Powerhouse in New York City

December 21, 2014

MARIA EUGENIA PRINCIPALMaria Eugenia Maury gives exclusive access to Art Bodega Magazine and talks about her non-profit efforts for Aid for Aids.  She’s been involved with this very successful organization for the last 14 years, fundraising on behalf of victims of the disease from around the world.  Her gala at the MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art) marks the first grand event for a Latino based organization in New York City at this important institution.

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Everything Makos- a book by Glitterati Inc.

December 21, 2014

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EVERYTHING: BLACK AND WHITE MONOGRAPH
BY CHRISTOPHER MAKOS
PUBLISHED BY GLITTERATI INCORPORATED
Great photographs make up this luxury product available now by the well known publishing house in New York City.
From Everything by Christopher Makos, © 2014, published by Glitterati Incorporated www.GlitteratiIncorporated.com

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Jaeger Le Coultre & The Muse Diane Kruger

December 21, 2014

Diane_Kruger_on_Place_Vendome.jpg_cmykWomen increasingly regard their watch as an essential style accessory, just like their handbag or their elegant shoes. And because each woman is unique, she looks for a unique watch… And what could be more unique that to own a personalised watch bearing initials, a drawing, or a secret symbol?
Wearing a Reverso, the legendary actor on the universal watchmaking stage, is never insignificant: it is a vivid token of attachment to fine craftsmanship, to a legend, and to extreme quality. Wearing the Grande Reverso Lady Ultra Thin powerfully expresses a certain vision of luxury, of glamour, and of extreme high-end watchmaking. It also embodies a taste for an independent-minded spirit of self-affirmation and of daring to be different. And finally, it pays homage to women’s most cherished dreams…

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Beauty Awards Winter 2014

December 21, 2014

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