What a joyful experience it was to be part of the Lady Project Holiday Gift Guide photo shoot! I spent the better part of a Saturday with these lovely ladies -- Tyna Caldarone, Kyla Covert, Rosalie Berrios -- under the stylistic direction of Olivia Rodrigues and Brittanny Taylor. The laughter in the photos you see below is genuine. It was so much fun! Ali Lamazzo treated us like the Kardashian sisters getting ready for a shoot -- airbrush makeup and all. It was such a treat! We played dress-up in clothing from local vendors such as JMarcel, ZuZu's, The Vault, Carmen & Ginger, and many, many more! Lady Project Creative Director, Sarah Dillionaire is the remarkably talented graphic designer who put it all together. The guide is full of hundreds of local, handmade//member made items, articles written by members, and much, much more. You can view the entire guide here.
The thing I love most about the Lady Project organization is that everyone encourages one another to be the best versions of themselves and to truly shine. It is unlike any group I have ever been a part of and I feel truly proud to say, "I am part of the Lady Project." I'll be gifting a few of my girlfriends who aren't yet involved, with memberships this holiday season. There is no greater gift than the gift of friendship. When you walk into a Lady Project event, you instantly make new, genuine, long lasting friends. What could be better?
Huge shout out to everyone who was involved in making this happen! It is EXTRAORDINARY!
For those of you who are local, be sure to use this guide to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list. There are some seriously cool items inside. In case you missed it, here is the link again: http://issuu.com/ladyprojectorg/docs/holiday14giftguide.
Happy Shopping! Cheers, P