MO­BIL­ITY IN MIND

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When Mary Beth Currie’s arm was in­jured, get­ting dressed be­came a chal­lenge. She also saw her mother’s arthri­tis make it dif­fi­cult for her to use but­tons and zip­pers as she was dress­ing, so she de­cided to make a line of stylish cloth­ing made of Euro­pean fab­rics that could be eas­ily donned by women with have move­ment re­stric­tions. The pullover gar­ments, elas­tic waist­bands and in­te­rior loops help ac­com­mo­date women with in­juries. The mag­netic clo­sures are a must for those with mo­bil­ity is­sues and breast­feed­ing moth­ers, too. RALSTON WIL­LIAMS SEERSUCKER TOP,

MAKEUP SHOULD NEVER HIDE YOUR COM­PLEX­ION. IT SHOULD RE­VEAL WHO YOU ARE.” – Fran­cois Nars, founder and cre­ative di­rec­tor of NARS NARS SOFT MATTE COM­PLETE CON­CEALER,

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