Author: Dreams in Heels

Red Shoe Tuesday Event: Women Supporting Women for Career Success – New York

by -Veronique Ehamo- The Red Shoe Movement is once again hosting their annual event, fixated on women supporting women for career success! The objective is to increase female representation at the highest levels of decision-making. Where it first began rooted from a remarkable book written by the exceptionally talented award-winning best-selling author Mariela Dabbah, Find Your Inner Red Shoes: Step Into Your Own Style of Success, (Poder de Mujer: Descubre quién eres para crear el éxito a tu medida). Mrs. Dabbah launched the Red Shoe Movement, Women Supporting Women for Career Success DISPROVING the inevitable myth that “women cannot...

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Top Picks for Manhattan’s Creepy-Faves for Elite Halloween Parties

by -Eva Von   Spoil yourself rotten with Dreams in Heels’ top picks for Manhattan’s creepy-faves for Halloween cocktails and thrills. This spectacle is shaped for the elite; here are the sultriest events that are sure to spice up your palette for flare and spooky fun.   1. Gansevoort Park Avenue Park Avenue’s fabulous haute couture tribute to Halloween terror at the Gansevoort Park Avenue will surely vamp up your sinful desire to shape the dark night in dashing fashionista style. The stunning tri-level space with views that are sure to impress the most seasoned of natives; also doubles...

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Is Barbie’s Makeover A Revolution For The Perception Of American Beauty?

––by Michaela Gilmer– The infamous children toy, Barbie has been a part of American children’s lives for the past 54 years. Barbie’s tall and slender figure has been one of the most popular toys in the hands of young children, in particular young girls. However, the overly tall and skinny Barbie does not come close to representing the average American girl today. That is why Barbie recently underwent an extreme makeover. The ‘new and improved’ Barbie is about a foot shorter than her previous image, she has wider middle and flatter feet, which doesn’t look like Barbie is always...

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The Costume Institute exhibition by The Met Museum – Punk: Chaos to Couture

This spring/summer, The Costume Institute exhibition by The Met Museum features a punk collection that analyzes the way this music and style trend has impacted on high fashion. First of all, I think we must all admit that we’ve been getting naturally closer to the punk trend for a long time. An unfavorable economic panorama, the rediscovery of new aesthetic ways of using spikes and studs among others help us paint a scenario that is similar to the one that made the punk music and style born. That was the first impression I got when I visited the exposition. Seeing...

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