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Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Style: Phoenix, USA: Fashion Week!

by Michelle McDermott Prior to arriving in the desert, it would have been difficult to imagine myself perched on a little white chair in the front row of Phoenix Fashion Week, poised with my Blackberry 8700g in one hand and glass of champagne in the other. New to the country and the fashion writing profession,

Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Inspiration: Scottsdale, USA: Coming to Terms with Skin Cancer at The Four Seasons

by Michelle McDermott When I made initial plans to stay at the Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale, I never for a moment would have thought that the surrounding Sonoran Desert and the craggy precipices of Pinnacle Peak...

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Style: The Gorgeous Guide to Europe in Five Days

by Michelle McDermott Shopping and checking in to Boutique Hotels are two of my favorite things. So much so, that I even have my own website dedicated to these pursuits! With one week’s vacation time and...

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Wellness: Noodle & Boo: Baby Care Products with a Conscience

by Michelle McDermott Each morning, as my sons wriggle to escape their goodbye kiss from me, I have my pink Noodle bottle waiting and ready for action. Conditioning hair polish, initially formulated to smooth children’s bed head,...

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Wellness: Hold the Bleach

by Michelle McDermott Moving into my newly re-modelled house, a persistent but delightful smell would swirl around my nostrils. I was so intrigued by this aroma, that I called the previous owner’s realtor to figure out its...

Monday, December 4th, 2006

Style: Sassybax, Slingbacks and Suspenders

by Michelle McDermott Watch Catherine Zeta-Jones sashay along the red carpet. See how supermodel Tyra Banks holds herself in front of the photographer. Listen to makeup maverick Bobbi Brown instructing models and celebrities on the techniques of...

Monday, December 4th, 2006

Style: Body Linens: Couture for the Nightshift

by Michelle McDermott It truly was the night before Christmas. In the luxurious surroundings of my upscale, Scottish hotel room, I could hear the muffled sounds of the snow falling gently against the window. As the clock...

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