For moms, there is just never enough time in the day. After having her first child, award-winning makeup artist and busy New York City mom Debra Rubin-Roberts realized she desperately needed to speed up her makeup routine. The solution? She developed a curated line of multitasking beauty products to simplify the busy woman's daily beauty routine.
When the characters of “Downton Abbey” retire for the evening after a long day of aristocratic adventures, it’s easy to imagine them slipping into a set of freshly ironed Peacock Alley linens. The luxury linens company has a long, storied history. n fact, its tagline is “Long on tradition,” and for good reason. The company was founded nearly fifty years ago when Mary Ella Gabler sold 250 patchwork pillows to Neiman Marcus for its iconic Fortnight celebration.
The ever-expanding Redline team is relentlessly focused on innovation and is not only the first to market but the best on the market - becoming an eight-figure revenue enterprise in under 3 years. Armed with a powerful product portfolio, a killer design team, and an extensive social media presence, Redline knows how to reach new visitors and drive them to their site.
Japanese, please. Have you ever tasted a green tea KitKat? It’s dope and good luck getting one stateside. You could wait until you or a friend takes a Tokyo trip—or you could get yourself a Bokksu subscription. Bokksu delivers authentic Japanese snacks, candies, and teas sourced directly from centuries-old small family businesses. Included in each monthly box are a curated selection of 20-24 snacks and teas.