Yesterday, ahead of New York Fashion Week, I attended a lovely luncheon at Nomâde in Westport, Connecticut, hosted by LTK (formerly rewardStyle), The Connecticut Edit, and Moffly Media with some of the state’s best and most creative brands and female content creators. It was such a pleasure to join the hosts for an afternoon of learning, inspiration, and wonderful conversation. LTK’s VP of Creator Expansion & The Connecticut Edit’s founder Samantha Yanks hosted a fantastic panel of inspirational women like PR, health, and beauty pro Chelsea Keyes McDuffie, Kat Ashmoore, the founder of Kat Can Cook, and Vanessa Lewis, local business owner of Penfield Collective. I’ll take you along with me and share what I learned about the current state of content creation!
We’ve dined at Millwright’s in Simsbury, CT, several times since moving to the East Coast, and every time has been better than the last. Everything from the staff and the atmosphere to the food itself and the presentation of the food has been outstanding every single time. Most recently, we visited after a day trip to Hartford. Though it was dark outside and busy inside, which meant I couldn’t take many great shots of the riverside exterior or the beautiful historical decor of the restaurant, everything was top-notch. I hope to return someday soon and take photos when it’s still light outside and not so busy inside. Read on to learn why Millright’s is well worth a drive to the charming city of Simsbury.
Using the luxurious Biologique Recherche skincare line from France and finely-honed skincare manipulation and treatment techniques, Master Esthetician Patty Huang deeply hydrated, soothed, and balanced my skin, giving me a more luminous, clearer, and even complexion than I’d ever thought was possible. Le Spa de l’hôtel Lotte inside Lotte Hotel Seattle is where this incredibly talented skincare master practices her craft, and I’m giving you low down on how to book an appointment with her to transform your skin, confidence, and complexion.