ISSUE #34 – NEW YEAR 2011

Columns, Articles & Interviews
1. A Rare Moment with George Clinton as He Talks About His Career While Supporting a Good Cause, Autism

2. 9-Step Battle Plan to Weight Loss Resolution Victory (Fitness Couture)

3. Top 5 Tips Toward Making It a Happy New Year (Talking Chic)

4. The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same or Are We Getting Better with Age?  Here’s to the Last 10 Years of the New Millennium—Happy Eleventh Birthday 21st Century!

January 2011 Cover Photographed by Ash Gupta

January 2011 Cover Photographed by Ash Gupta

Fashion Interviews
5. M-Design – Icelanders’ Fashionable Solution for the Cold While Still Looking Stylish, as Told by Co-Designer, Ragga (Video Interview)

6. Amy Marie Goetz Women’s Wear, a New Line Created to Inspire Women to Look and Feel as Beautiful as They Are

7. With a Combination of Wearable, Functional Designs, COIN 1804 Offers Today’s Woman a Variety of Pieces That Provide Enduring Appeal

8. Nally & Millie – An Affordable Crossover Contemporary Clothing Line Appealing to the Trendy Woman of Every Body Type

Fashion Runway, Reviews & Highlights
9. Zang Toi’s Spring 2011 Collection Pairs Urban Cowboys and Cowgirls with Heiress Style, Inspired from the Oscar-Winning Film GIANT

10. Vera Wang’s Spring 2011 Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York

11. Rebecca Moses Spring 2011 Fashion Presentation at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York

12. Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2011 Collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York

Ash Gupta “The Mission”
13. The Swan:  Another Story of an Ugly Duckling, Featuring a Special Appearance by Max Ryan

Book Review
14. HOUSE RULES by Jodi Picoult

Entertainment & Travel Reviews
15. The Addams Family – A New Musical Creepy Fun at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York

16. Tea, Anyone?  Meet Me at the Palm Court!  A Fresh Take on Tradition at The Plaza Hotel in New York

17. Ruined at the Geffen Playhouse:  The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Play Packs a Powerful Message

18. Book Release Party for STOP THE WHEEL – I WANT TO GET OFF! Susan Stafford’s Autobiography

Indie Hotspot
19. Tennyson E. Stead, an Independent Filmmaker, Talks about the Trials, Creative Processes, and Joys of Making, Marketing, and Realizing the Dream.  Filmmaking is not for the Faint-Hearted.

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