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Sunday, 26 January 2020 21:31

Louis Vuitton Museum

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Jenny And The City

Louis Vuitton Mus

Story and Photography by Jenny Leeser

As a Fashionista, It was a "must" to visit the Louis Vuitton Museum in Beverly Hills. This "Museum" made me feel like I was in a candy store.  I had non-stop “Aha” moments and I was thrilled.

The museum took us to the beginning of Mr. Vuitton and his journey through hard work and dedication founding this luxury label in 1854 to what we see today.  We were able to walk through workshops of how a handbag is crafted to viewing the current runway collection. There was the Oscar Room with all the dresses worn by A-list Celebrities such as Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly and Michelle Williams. The dresses are so beautiful we can see all the details and I can imagine the time that it takes to make just one dress. The beading and high couture were fabulous!

As we are in a social media generation, they had several filters to download for selfie opportunities, created specially for Louis Vuitton.  All the influencers had a blast with this, including myself.

There was another room with cool visual effects and runway video screens playing the latest fashion show.  Through the different rooms there was the handbag history and all the different iconic patterns. On the roof top we could enjoy sitting in the terrace overseeing the heart of the famous Rodeo Drive. This was the kind of experience that one simply doesn't want to miss.

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Article by Pat Gallagher, Images Courtesy of Elvis Presley Enterprises

gracelandpic02gracelandpic04Elegance and Style blended with southern hospitality was front and center inside the magnificent Guest House at Graceland Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee for three majestic days and nights the last weekend in September. Hosted by Graceland's First Lady Priscilla Presley, the weekend introduced audience members to a magical experience as they were treated to fashion, design and cooking seminars inside the Graceland theater, sit­down lunch and dinners highlighting southern comfort food (fried green tomatoes, anyone?), great music, line dancing inside the Graceland Ball­room, a tour of the Graceland mansion grounds ( where guests could engage in the ultimate fan experience and literally "feel" the spirit and legacy of the place that Elvis Presley - the King of Rock 'n Roll - called home).


gracelandpic06Gladys Magazine enjoyed the company of Priscilla's special guests through­out the weekend including Zoe Gowen, Senior Homes Editor of Southern Living Magazine, who shared her "unique perspectives on outdoor living and southern hospitality:'; Michelle Dunavant and Mary Helen Butler from Memphis Botanical Garden who shared their expertise on how to create the perfect outdoor oasis; Renowned "Rockstar" lifestyle expert Jim Norton, who has over 500 "over the top" dinner parties under his belt, shared his tips for entertaining outdoors -- and along with Sam Andrews from Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken, treated the audience to a "sides of the south" lunch & learn with instructions on how to prepare Jim's macaroni and cheese (include smoked Gouda, Gruyere and extra sharp cheddar with Applewood smoked bacon and mayo) along with Sam's recipe for fried green tomatoes and the perfect recipe for fried chicken (All to die for!).

Interior designer Hope Wilkinson and lead interior architect for The Guest­house at Graceland Hotel Aron Ramage discussed different styles of archi­tectural and design details that make the southern style specifically unique. Interior designer Greg Baudoin explained how to create casual designs in your home to highlight your own southern flair. Orchid expert and Founder of Chadwick & Sons Orchids Art Chadwick discussed many different types of or­chids sharing tips on how to decorate with orchids and MOST IMPORTANT: their care and how to keep them alive - no ice cubes! (An important lesson for people who are misinformed by those little instruction cards that accompany your store-bought orchid). Orchids live for decades - who knew?

Saturday evening, guests were treated to a special sit-down dinner: "Bellini's and Bites at the Barn Dinner Party:' Executive Memphis Chef Kelly English, who prepared an alfresco buffet dinner menu of southern classics (including braised beef short ribs over grits and peanut butter and banana bread pudding), served this crowd-pleasing meal under the stars on the grounds of Graceland Mansion overlooking the pasture - Priscilla's favorite spot at Graceland. After dinner, Priscilla and Graceland's Head of Archives Angie Marchese took the stage in the Guesthouse theater sharing personal vintage slide shows and vid­eos inside the gates of Graceland with Priscilla sharing dozens of very personal memories of her life with the King of Rock 'n Roll.

gracelandpic05gracelandpic08Fashion icon Pat Kerr, who has been featured in the windows of the most successful upscale retailers in the country, showcased some of her world-fa­mous lace creations (bridal couture, evening couture and children's couture) in her unique "Celebration of Life DisplaY:' Classic southern style including southern fashion essentials for every occasion was the topic of discussion when Priscilla and fashion experts Kerr, Katie Bodenhamer of Draper James, fashion experts Sid and Ann Mashburn, Emmy-Award winning costume designer Janie Bryant and Hal Lansky, owner of Lansky Bros. (where Elvis bought the plaid jacket he wore on his first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1956.) took the stage in the Guesthouse theater for a "Head-to-Toe Southern Fashion Seminar:'

Celebrity event planner Troy Williams ("The 50th Anniversary of The Car­ol Burnett Show" - not a bad gig) and motivational speaker and lifestyle expert Leigh Anne Tuohy (Yes, "The Blind Side") along with Kevin Coble of Le FLEUR Floral Studio joined Priscilla on stage as they shared their unique expertise on hosting perfect fall-themed parties.

Priscilla was directly involved with each invited guest and their unique pre­sentations during the three-day extravaganza, participating in every discus­sion lending her personal thoughts and expertise throughout the weekend. The audience absolutely fell in love with the beautiful matriarch of Grace­land and definitely went home with unique personal memories (including photos with Priscilla).

gracelandpic07Enjoy the photo spread that includes all of the events, expert participants and special guests of this exciting, one-of-a-kind weekend at Graceland.




Thursday, 31 January 2019 14:25

Real Housewives of New Jersey

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Real Housewives of New Jersey
and Jimmy Delaurentis debut
of Amalfi Collection

Luxury interior designer ond visionary Jimmy Delaurentis debuted his new collection of Amalfi inspired furniture and lavish pet sofas in New York City with celebrity friends Dolores Catania, Teresa Giudice, and Margaret Josephs from The Real Housewives of New Jersey and GLADYS was there to cover the event. Invited guests and press were among the first to experience JAMES Private Label's new collection while enjoying cocktails and conversations with designer Jimmy Delaurentis and celebrity personalities. The evening also served as a celebration far the season nine premiere of BRAVO'S RHONJ.

Photography by Lauren Cowart

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