Before joining the DESIGN MIAMI, Marianne Goebl held a position as Head of International Public Relations and Partner a role in which she was responsible for Vitra’s international public relations strategy, brand collaborations and partnerships.
On a macro scale, from a bird’s eye perspective, all Revolutions look the same. They move in amorphous waves of people ebbing and flowing, armed with their hand-drawn banners, flags and fists waving, all heading toward and away from some symbolic place
Although an adult when her parents bought their home in Los Feliz, Tina Chow, model, designer, and style icon was no less luminous than the Taggart House where her parents lived and she placed her own imprint.
Fashion by its very nature is exclusive, but I try to make my collections as inclusive as possible. Nevertheless, my hat's ultimate and simple purpose is to make people look and feel good and enable them to be the person they want to be.
Escoffier is to chefs what Robert Linxe is for chocolatiers. Both great contemporary and classic chefs have at least one thing in common: a keen understanding of Great Master Escoffier.
“I don’t know enough about racing to make any comparisons to Sea Biscuit, but I do know that there have been a number of tremendous show jumpers with all of the charisma and talent and impressive records that deserve the attention of the general public. Remarkable show jumping superstars --riders and horses--sometimes go unnoticed by the American public.
The main reason for the creation of the UN was to “save succeeding generations from the scourge of war” which by and large it has done. What is inexcusable is the level of poverty in the world and the violations of human rights; on both fronts we have a long way to go.
“Is there anything you want to tell us about previous convictions?” I racked my brains. I didn’t have any convictions - not even the sort that they meant. “That is not what we know about you.” By now my brow was a corrugated mess. Thinking plays havoc with one’s foundation.
Selling is more important here in New York than it is in Europe, (but less than in Hong Kong). I had clients in Europe whose principal criteria when they commissioned a piece of work was quality and only secondarily, marketability. In the US, my clients first check to see if it works, and only then, see if it’s good or not.