For over 30 years Jones has strived to help women achieve their goals. This season, Jones New York reveals their fall campaign entitled “Empowering Your Confidence.” Shot by esteemed photographer, Annie Leibovitz, and styled by Lori Goldstein, the JNY fall campaign highlights accessible luxury for the modern, professional woman. Jessica Stam, Hilary Rhoda and Du Juan, are just some of the faces that helped to bring these striking shots to life against the iconic backdrop of Grand Central Station.
The “Empowering Your Confidence” campaign is influenced by “A Woman’s Nation” (http://www.awomansnation.com/), a crucial part of the Shriver Report that highlights the growth and influence of women in the home, at work and all around the world. Jones is celebrating female empowerment, not only through fashion, but by also offering advice, tips and inspirational quotes via “The Little Black Book”, a digital collection of accomplished female professionals such as Bobbi Brown, Ariana Huffington, Ellen Gustafson, and Ivanka Trump sharing their collective wisdoms with women everywhere.
To find out more about the Empowering Your Confidence campaign, visit Jones New York’s website here!
P.S. I want those bags they are carrying!
It’s the first day summer and I spent practically my entire weekend indoors to spruce up my place for summer, but mainly to avoid the heat index of 105! I cleaned and applied fragrant items throughout my apartment. So, here are a few pics I snapped that shows some of the things that I love in the summer. Keep reading to see the pics.
I’ve finally decided that I want my kitchen to have a floral motif! The kitchen in my apartment has dark wood cabinets and this plain boring tan counters. BLEH. However, my lease clearly states that I can’t do anything about that, but I can accessorize it with pretty floral accessories and designs, like these petal measuring spoons and measuring cups from Anthropologie. They will compliment my Liberty of London canisters muy perfecto!
Last night, I was prepared to pin curl my hair, but in order to do that I had to dig through the the little white plastic basket that I jam with my random hair accessories. At that moment, I was over the little corner of disorganization on my hair shelf and felt like no time was better than to snap that in the bud. Keep reading to see photos of my organization process to tackle this mess.