Kenneth Cole Names Annual Footwear Innovation Fellow

Kenneth Cole will anoint the winner of its footwear innovation award at this evening’s CFDA Awards.
Sloan Fox of Kent State University will be named as the award’s fourth annual recipient, chosen for her portfolio of design and branding concepts.
Fox, a recent graduate, has been granted a one-year fellowship with the company, during which she will be tasked with designing new products that incorporate social consciousness.
Last year’s winner, Susan Zienty, has spent the last year working on a project that involves “footwear innovation and sustainability,” according to the company.
Fox said of her win in a statement: “I am honored to have been chosen as the 2019-20 Kenneth Cole Footwear Innovation Fellow. I am so thankful to Kenneth Cole and the CFDA for seeing the value in my sustainable and socially conscious collection and for giving me the opportunity to begin my career by working at such an iconic brand.”
Cole himself added: “The goal of the Kenneth Cole Footwear Innovation Award is to identify perspective recipients who demonstrate innovative thinking in their approach to footwear design and accessories, as well as individuals who recognize the inherent relationship of design with social impact as well as sustainability. We were all very impressed with

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An Australian mom blogger has a friendly reminder for all the moms out there who are getting ready for the warm weather, and it comes in the form of a selfie.

Haddas Ancliffe posted a photo on Instagram on March 29, in which she’s wearing a crop top. “I rocked this look, tummy out and everything,” she wrote in the caption. She added that she’s glad she doesn’t care about showing her “flaws” and expressed her happiness with finally being able to enjoy wearing her summer clothes.

Ancliffe, who made headlines earlier this year for a striking photo in which she’s breastfeeding her son at a wedding and who regularly shares postpartum body posts with empowering captions, also encouraged other moms to embrace their bodies and not be afraid to show them off in the sunshine. 

“It’s getting colder in Australia now but for you guys on the other side of the world, enjoy your sun dresses, crop tops and shorts that squish your cute marshmallow thighs out when you sit down!” she wrote. “You deserve to bask in the warmth of the sun as much as anyone else.”

You heard her, mamas.

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Not only did Tracy Morgan give us a “30 Rock” reunion on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, he also brought back one of his most beloved characters: Brian Fellow

For the sketch, Fellow, “an enthusiastic young man with a sixth-grade education and an abiding love for all God’s creatures,” spoke to both a live beaver and a live camel.

As per usual, Fellow showed little interest in the actual animals on his “Safari Planet” show and tried to keep the attention on himself by repeating his signature line, “I’m Brian Fellow!” The camel did try to steal the spotlight, but Fellow wasn’t having it. 

“I can’t see, camel!” he said as he led the desert animal out of the frame. 

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Progressive Sight Reading Exercises for Piano By Tutorial Fellow and University Lecturer in History Hannah Smith (Sheet music)

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A Letter to My Fellow Caregivers

Dear Caregiver,

I want you to know that what you’re feeling is normal.

It’s normal to feel like caregiving is a burden, not a blessing.

It’s normal to want this all to be over.

It’s normal to momentarily hate yourself for feeling that way.

It’s normal to enjoy aspects of your parent’s age and illness — like the quiet time it gives the two of you to just sit and be together.

It’s normal to silently scream, “HURRY UP,” as your parent shuffles on a walker or a cane.

It’s normal to have judged your mother or father for how they talk, walk, dress or eat, and wonder, “Why do they have to act so old?”

It’s normal to question what will last longer: Your parent’s illness or your marriage, because the strain of caregiving is creating a rift at home.

It’s normal to feel nothing as you plow through your to do list, because it’s better than being felled by a wild range of emotions.

It’s normal to never cry.

It’s normal to burst into tears whenever someone asks you how you’re holding up.

It’s normal to wish you could quit your job, because pretending to care about your paid work is too much right now.

It’s normal to swear at a medical insurance rep on the phone and then feel bad about it. It’s not nice, but it’ normal.

It’s normal that you have no clean laundry and wear sweat pants everyday because who has time to wash clothes or get dressed anymore?

It’s normal to look at other middle-aged daughters who accompany their parents to the doctor’s office and wonder how they could let themselves go.

It’s normal to look in the bathroom mirror and realize you have let yourself go.

It’s normal to resent caregiving for robbing you of the prime of your life.

It’s normal to find the beauty in life and in death, in joy and in sorrow.

It’s normal to spend a good chunk of your day just holding your mother or father’s hand.

It’s normal to like the fact you are needed and capable and able to return the gift of caring for someone you love.

It’s normal to ask your parent’s doctor 20 questions and form a medical opinion based on research you did via Google.

It’s normal to feel guilty because you made time for a manicure, or a run or a nap.

It’s normal to miss your friends because time with your friends is at the bottom of your to-do list, right after sleep and self-care.

It’s normal to want to hurt anyone who tells you that you should take care of yourself.

It’s normal that your diet consists of Twizzlers and Diet Coke because it’s all you have time for and you can throw a bag of candy and a can of soda in your bag every day.

It’s normal to doubt your ability as a mother, a daughter a wife and an employee.

It’s normal that you want to be with your kids when you are with your parent, your parent when you are with your kids, at home when you are at work and at work just so you can feel in control again.

It’s normal to just want to be alone.

Caregiving is a roller coaster. Sometimes you have to hang on for dear life and sometimes you need to just let go. It’s normal.

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Pin-Ups for Vets Founder Gina Elise, Navy Vet Buddy Watson, Julia Reed Nichols

Veterans Day is a time to remember the past as well as the ongoing courage and sacrifice of our enlisted men and women. It’s also a time to pitch in and help. An inspired woman, lovely Gina Elise, and her team are releasing a documentary, Pin-Ups for Vets, that honors them all. Produced by TV4 Entertainment and created by southern California-based Elise, the documentary, which will start airing on YouTube’s All Warrior Network (November 11), is an adjunct to Elise’s very tasteful but sexy annual Pin-Ups for Vets Calendar whose proceeds go to benefit hospitalized veterans.

Having been published since 2007, the 2015 calendar features for the first time 12 veterans including nine female veterans and three male veterans. The female pin-up models were photographed in classic 1940s pin-up style surrounded by retro airplanes and automobiles. The photos, taken by April Smith, brilliantly recapture the authentic feel of the original WWII pin-up depictions, which were painted on planes or hung up as pictures in barracks, and which reminded our troops of what they were fighting for back home.

The new documentary captures the behind-the-scenes action of the 2015 calendar Pin-Ups for Vets shoot, and Elise explains, “One of the veterans, Shannon Stacy, was a Naval Flight surgeon and is now an ER doctor! Jovane Henry was a model in Japan for two years before joining the Marine Corps. They are all very inspirational individuals, and by asking them to be models is a great way to start telling their amazing stories. They are superheroes to me! I want the rest of America to learn about our Vets, generally, how resilient they are, and be inspired by them!”


Navy Vet Ricky Ryba and Gina Elise with 1954 Mercury Monterey – Photo by April Smith

Elise’s inspiration began in 2006 when she heard stories about severely wounded service members returning from their deployments in Iraq but finding many healthcare programs overcrowded or underfunded. She continues,

There was also a large number of aging Veterans from past wars that were entering the hospitals to add to the patient load. I wanted to do something to honor my grandfather’s Army service during WWII, and I had always loved the beautiful nose art on the WWII military planes that depicted beautiful women. I took my love of that art form to produce the first pin-up fundraiser calendar that we sold in 2007, hoping to purchase equipment for the VA hospitals. Equipment always gets worn out and we thought this was the best way to spend our funds — to buy brand new rehabilitation equipment for our veterans.

Determined Elise and her team have produced nine calendars, and visited over 6,000 ill and injured vets at their bedsides in 48 Veteran facilities nationwide and in Germany. In the process, they have donated over $ 50,000 dollars worth of new equipment for VA and Military hospitals nationwide.


USMC Vet Jovane Henry with 1941 Ryan PT-22 “Recruit” plane – Photo by April Smith

USMC veteran Jovane Henry, explains her own reason for getting involved:

I was aware that pin-ups have been a mainstay in military culture since WWII. I’d been a model professionally in Tokyo but I’d never done pin-up style posing. Contrary to popular belief, the posing was not overtly sexual by any means. I felt a sense of pride that I was joining a genre of women who had boosted the morale of troops and encouraged them to remember what they were fighting for back home. As a woman veteran, I felt beautiful and empowered in my feminine energy — which isn’t exactly encouraged in a military environment. And as a veteran, it was even more rewarding. There are so many ways to serve the community, and this calendar was just one way for me to give back. The look on the wounded warriors’ faces that we visit is already great, but when they learn that I’m a veteran and we have that instant connection, it’s even better. I am still motivating and supporting my fellow troops, just with red lipstick and without the combat boots!


Navy Vet Shannon Stacy with 1940 Stearman – Photo by April Smith

In many ways, Shannon Stacy and Jovane Henry and the other terrific Pin-Ups for Vets models — who ranged from Navy Seabee to combat Correspondent and Flight Surgeon — honor the past contributions of Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Jane Russell and Gene Tierney to the military cause. But they also honor our continuing fascination with the 1940s and 1950s. Elise adds, “Retro style is incredibly flattering to the female figure, it accentuates all the best places. The make-up style isn’t that hard to achieve — apart from the clothes, all you need is red lipstick and cat eye liner. Simple, yet so classic.”

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