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World Bride magazine partnered with Height and Sharp Magazine Middle East during Black History Month, the week of New York Fashion Week on Valentine’s Day, so New Yorkers and those visiting would have a unique shopping experience. A curated selection of companies exhibited their business product at Midtown’s chic event space, the Manhattan Manor. Each shares their experience participating in the gifting suite and the benefits surrounding collaboration with industry professionals. As we continue celebrating, March brings us Women’s History Month, the perfect time to honor women. WBM highlights today’s women and their accomplishments.
1)SONYA KESHWANI of STYLEESTEEM WARDROBE
“Working with the World Bride, Height, and Sharp Magazine teams on this gifting suite gave our company invaluable exposure to the tastemakers and industry leaders of New York Fashion Week. StyleEsteem Wardrobe creates fashionable turbans and hair accessories for every season and occasion. From the beach to black tie, their designs will help you feel elegant and confident no matter where your hair journey takes you.” Sonya Keshwani, a young cancer survivor who designed her turbans during chemotherapy, established StyleEsteem to empower other women in their hair journeys. For each turban sold, StyleEsteem has pledged to donate one to a needy cancer patient. StyleEsteem Wardrobe Website | Instagram | Facebook | Join Our Mailing List
2)HANNAH SOULE POWDERLY of FILI NEW YORK
“The Gifting Suite at Manhattan Manor, presented by Worldbride Magazine, was a designer’s dream. To launch my new home decor line during NYFW and in such a beautifully curated experience made the debut of Fili New York so impactful.” Fili New York is “Art for your home, not for your Walls. ©” Blending our Art Print fabric, featuring the works of New York fine artists, and unique luxury fabric & vintage trims from Italy, Fili New York introduces limited edition capsule collections for customers who want their home to be unique, one-of-a-kind and filled with opulence. Fili collections are small and specific and will not be mass-produced. They are a reserve vintage of craftsmanship, curation, and procurement for the discerning eye. Website | Instagram
3)CHEYNEN HOLLAND of NON-ARTISAN SHOES
“Our experience at the Gifting Suite was amazing. We enjoyed getting to know & showing support to our fellow vendors and the guests that walked through to see & hear about our shoe brand. We truly appreciate @Myrdith Leon-McCormack (MLM) & Worldbride magazine for giving us the opportunity to showcase our line during @thisisinherent Fashion Show. Also, Amanda@mahattanmanor ensured we had everything we needed for the best presentation possible. NON-ARTISAN shoes allow individuals to be what they truly are…..The Masterpiece. Non~Artisan allows the client to use their creativity by utilizing “our Italian Leather & Vegan shoes, not sneakers” as the accessory. “They go wherever, eat wherever, living their lifestyle in all access.” Website | Instagram | Facebook
“It was a pleasure & honor to be included in this AMAZING gifting suite, which happens to be my first ever. Myrdith and Radiance did an amazing job. The setup was awesome. I can’t thank you enough for allowing me to have my new apparel line, 121st & First Ave, showcased. As a photographer in the industry with over 29 years of work, all the images are original photos I shot. My wearable art is limited edition and made to order.” Website | Instagram |
While we have many brands and companies we support and want to keep you abreast of, these women highlighted here are positioning themselves in the marketplace to impact society for good. Their business values align with ours, and we were hoping you could support them as we do. To learn about more companies with a positive social mission, visit Worldbride magazine.