Naot Trunk Show + Donation Event May 5-7


When it comes to fashion, there are very few things I love as much as shoes.

Today I wanted to share an upcoming event that will take place here in the Twin Cities. It’s hosted by Naot Footwear & Schuler Shoes, and will go Thursday, May 5 9:30 am through Saturday, May 7 at 6:00 pm in 10 Schuler Shoes locations throughout the metro area. 

The event will benefit Good in the ‘Hooda nonprofit dedicated to helping the urban poor and those that have been marginalized by difficult circumstances. Through youth mentoring, internships and adult advocacy programs, they are able to offer effective support for those desiring to move forward in life.

Everyone who attends the trunk show will be able to contribute to Good in the ‘Hood just by simply trying on shoes. Try on a pair of Naots, and they will donate a pair to those in need. If you buy a pair, they will donate two pairs. It’s fashion for a cause!

Use #NaotGivesBack to join the conversation on social media! And maybe I’ll see you there 😉


Fashion Against Aids

As late as it is, today’s post will be related to today’s International Aids Day. And one of the many ways to support the cause and the fight against one of the most horrible diseases, is through fashion. I am sure a lot of you remember the H&M collection that launched a couple years ago. Today I simply want to raise awareness of this disease, and once again remind us all, that we are not made of steel, and aren’t immune to the most scariest of the illnesses out there.

 Stella McCartney

 Dita Von Teese, Katy Perry, Róisín Murphy, Estelle, Cyndi Lauper, N.E.R.D, Robyn, Yoko Ono, Yelle, Moby, Katharine Hamnett, Dangerous Muse and Tokio Hotel



And of course the famous (RED), which I am sure doesn’t need any photos, but I will post one anyways!

Surprised that the fashion world cares? I believe people in the fashion industry are some of the most caring and loving in the world, their passion translates not only into clothes and accessories, but into causes, charities, donations, raising awareness.

What did you do on World AIDS day?