Today, I was featured as a “Rad Mom” on Corri McFadden’s blog Glitter and Bubbles, http://glitterandbubbles.com. Corri was a “Haute Human” on Haute Drop-Off after I spotted the gorgeous, talented entrepreneur in Aspen. For my complete interview on Glitter and Bubbles, where I even mention slipping across a grocery floor, click here; http://glitterandbubbles.com/mara-menachem/
Corri not only asked me great questions, but she made this amazing diagram of my favorite things, see below:
Corri’s blog not only has recipes, style tips and things to do with kids – but she actually shows you step by step how to get things done – like making my brie recipe, shown here..http://glitterandbubbles.com/raspberry-brie/
Corri is founder of eDrop-Off, http://shopedropoff.com the first online luxury consignment store. Her company is successful due to Corri’s incredible dedication, style and hard work – VH-1 even did a docu-series called House of Consignment following Corri’s daily life building her business. Here’s the link to Corri’s feature on Haute Drop-Off, http://www.hautedropoff.com/edrop-off-haute-drop-off-unite-in-aspen/
When I was in NYC a few weeks ago, at the suggestion of my mother, I strolled into Barney’s to check out their “new” collection of vintage Coach bags from the 1970’s. She was right, I was visibly twitching from the perfect specimen of a bag resting perfectly on my shoulder.
But, I also paused, with a very hefty price tag, it was hard not to feel like somewhat of a sucker. First of all, I had the exact Vintage Coach bag circa 1973, purchased at a local vintage store in Fairfax, California. The bag cost me maybe $40.00 – I remember telling the store owner that THE hippest of the hip were scouring NYC flea markets for the particular bag – almost suggesting she charge me more.
My original Vintage $40.00 Coach bag, Mill Valley 2015.
I loved this bag and added a fancy gold chain, to make it my very own Couture vintage Coach. But this bag, along with many others was stolen at JFK this summer – never to be seen again. I just hope the thieves appreciate my unique creation.
So I did get this beautiful bag – the added fringe and the cool packaging was impossible to resist. It’s scratched and marked, and will only get more worn in over time. I know why I love this bag – it’s different, it’s unique, if I see one more Goyard bag, I may start spraying them with ketchup (oh, but they don’t get ruined – I forgot). I’m only kidding – vintage bags have always excited me, and I’m happy that Coach is recycling, not just re-making the originals. For more information on Coach’s Vintage Collection at Barney’s click below….