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My favorite “The Moms” with our daughters at the Mamarazzi® event celebrate a pop up store in Union Square, NYC. It was a great evening, fashion, music, health wellness with lots of smiles all embracing the culture of at the ivivva (ih-vee-vah) which is actually a word made up. Ivivva believes that both the logo and the name represent the strength and beautiful individuality in all girls.
We watched a great fashion show, mingled, ate healthy and all oowed and awed at the fantastic models who did flips and cartwheels down the runway. One of our favorite models was 4 year old Gia also featured School Yard Style. Ivivva connects girls through movement and encourage them to dream big.
ivivva sparks and connects a global community of brave, compassionate and adventurous girls – to get involved, support each other and impact the world around them in their own unique way.
I personally love LuLuemon, and have been wearing for years, and they still look great. We also shopped the latestest fashions and were treated very very well!
Great Kick off to #NYFW ss 2016! Nancy O’Dell has a great new line #Mamarazzi and #Moms, we love #jumpsuits!
— Jahmia Phillips (@jahmiaable) September 10, 2015
This has been a crazy fun week, US Open Tennis, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and first day of school for my daughter, and of course lunch with my fellow freckle face friend Julianne Moore .This week I feel like IM shot out of a cannon, with spanx and a juice box! Anyhow yesterday what I thought would be a relaxing day, at The 21 Club Restaurant with Mamarazz's Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein turned into a frenetic vortex of fun, new contacts and old friends all in 2 hours. In NYC a million "things" are always going on, its a city of seduction and dreams and I love it. But not always easy to get a taxi when running for the train in heels and a BIG hairdo..anyhow. This was not the first time I have met or had a encounter with Julianne Moore. I have seen her many times shopping (I would never ever bother her when picking out fabric or walking with her family) I met her at a book reading when her first book came out Freckle Face Strawberry, at ABC Carpet. Being a freckle face myself, fell in love with all her books as well as the off Broadway play about Freckle face Strawberry, so I was looking forward to reading this book to my daughter and having lunch with her and the other ladies.
In person she is a lot smaller then one would think, petite, and very slim. She had her hair down and the color was a beautiful red, looked just like the magazine covers. I wrote a article on redheads, about their energy, ck it out its true. She wore a white sheer dress,with a black Japanese style belt. Trust me not a ounce of fat, NO LUMP, BUMP or GIGGLE on this Mom. Her makeup was perfect, she was on NBC promoting her book earlier that morning so the makeup was camera ready. Very translucent, with bright lip. I have to revisit that look. Lately IM all about eyes and bronzer.
I complimented her on her dead on portrayal of Sara Palin in the HBO movie Game Change co-starring Woody Harrelson, but wanted to know what she thought of Bristals Palin's remarks how her MOM is "hotter" then how Julianne played her. http://perezhilton.com/2012-10-03-bristol-palin-julianne-moore-sarah-palin-critique#sthash.pvKsTYNk.dpbs I was surprised on how Julianne Moore answered. She said "I applaud her for sticking up for her MOM". That was sweet. She is such a NYC lady, not LA at all. Some actresses I meet, have no thoughts without a script. MEOW I said it, its true, but Julianne was smart and quick thinker and I liked her very much.
The book "My Mom" is about embracing your MOM if she is from a different country, like Julianne Mom was from Scotland. It was cute when she said she always had a hairdo, braids when she was a child. I read the book to my daughter and she loved it, it opened up conversation about Moms.
Picture: red carpet and Audi's…..love these cars!