How Fashion Influencer Liv Schreiber Is Putting Education Into Style By Launching Zoom Fashion Week

Liv Schreiber is a top fashion blogger, stylist, and entrepreneur based in New York City. She runs Brand Caffeine, a fashion tech company that creates content to build fashion brands. She also leads an education program, called “Zoom Fashion Week” which provides fashion education to hundreds of students around the world. On the side, Schreiber styles her followers and celebrities.

Schreiber’s ability to mix life advice, fashion, and styling tips has made her a darling to her audience. She stands out from others with her genuine attitude and the encouragement she gives to her followers and clients. Liv has a solid social media presence with over 50K followers- her following continues to grow rapidly. Liv is a University of Wisconsin Madison graduate and FIT and Parsons certificate holder. Education aside, she began
her career as a broker. However, she fell in love with digifashion marketing, branding, virtual styling, and image

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When the Proper Hotel opened in Santa Monica, Calif., in 2019, its mix-and-match furnishings and earthy tones, by Los Angeles-based interior designer Kelly Wearstler, underscored a sense of relaxed sophistication. Now, in collaboration with Martha Soffer, founder of the wellness brand Surya, the property has debuted its 3,000-square-foot flagship Ayurvedic spa. The addition comprises six serene treatment rooms, each painted in hues that correspond to the body’s three doshas (or energies): There’s vata (yellow), believed to govern the body’s physical and mental activity; pitta (blue), digestion and metabolism; and kapha (red), the immune

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If you’re curious how the art of the ancient world might translate to contemporary fashion or just how many Rodgers and Hammerstein II aficionados can fit in a football stadium, you’re in the right place. We have this and much more, so keep reading to find this week’s best virtual and socially distanced events.

Get a little taste of Fashion Week Houston-style when the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and Houston Community College join forces to present Fashion Fusion VI: Antiquities to Modern Art on Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m. Presented virtually this year, the annual collaboration sees student-designers from HCC’s Fashion Design program challenged to create looks inspired by the museum’s collection. During the program, viewers will also get behind-the-scenes peeks into the designers’ studios and

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5 Trends From the 2021 New York Bridal Fashion Week

The wedding industry was hit hard in the pandemic, but the second virtual New York Bridal Fashion Week, which took place from April 6 to 8, offered new collections, fresh trends and exciting brand launches. In addition to the several new designers to watch, highlights included Prabal Gurung debuting his first bridal collection with versatile, inclusive styles and Vera Wang signing a 10-year deal with Pronovias for Vera Wang Bride.

Much like October’s fashion week, brides are continuing to explore new ways of celebrating their special day, with fashions to complement. Across the fall 2021 and spring 2022 seasons, as seen on The Bridal Council x Pullquest’s digital platform and the CFDA’s Runway360, six prominent trends emerged. “Garden Party” was a popular theme, offering relaxed, floral fashions fit for intimate, outdoor gatherings. Meanwhile, oversize bows, “Bridgerton”-esque gowns and voluminous, fantastical frocks offered dreamy, feel-good optimism.

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