Jewelry Designer ReRe Rocks!

Jewelry Designer ReRe Rocks!

Post from Manhattan Minds~ an inspired blog on New York City Art, Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle by the Founder, Mona Maine de Biran...

It doesn’t happen often but, I have to admit, I have a bit of a girl-crush for designer ReRe Corcoran. Is it her cool style, jeans and leather, her golden locks? Or her knack for inspirational literary quotes which stirs both my inner rebel and poet?

“The eyes see all but the mind shows us what we want to see” ~ William Shakespeare

Literary hound that you all know I am, the latter is the reason but what can I say… wait, rewind, let me rephrase that. What I would like to say, gleefully from the top of the nearest hill, is, “I like what I see, ReRe!” I am jonesing for this dynamic, colorful jewelry collection— ReRe Jewelry. 

What I love most about ReRe’s designs is that they are more than just pretty, though that is something they also are in abundance. ReRe’s designs are truly inspired. More than just baubles, her designs are poetry in gold.

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Circularity in Fashion

Circularity in Fashion

Post from Manhattan Minds~ an inspired blog on New York City Art, Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle by the Founder, Mona Maine de Biran...

You know what they say about fashion trends: What comes around goes around! Seems spot on, and that’s why this fall, its back to wearing high-waisted palazzo pants of the 1960s and power blazers of the 80s. 

OMG- Reeboks are back, seeeeriously?

There are some styles of the 1980’s that were just meant to die. I mean, sure they were comfy but those white moon landing Reebok tennis shoes made even the skinniest calves look like tree trunks. But never-the-shameless, here we are, back to the future with moon boots and Olivia Neuton’s silky spandex trending. Shown here in Instyle Magazine worn by Kendal Jenner.

After reading an article in Pop Sugar on How to style the cloths you already have, I was inspired to look into the possibilities within my own closet but came up dry. Styling vintage pieces is an art.

Yes, the trend is cyclical. But beyond that old-as-the-hills story, I was pleased to find something new brewing...

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