Esther called their marriage "an oasis of unconditional love in a sea of lies and corruption.
When you have no frum representation of Jewish women, you don’t see them as part of the community, you start treating them as ‘other.’
We spend a lot of time researching the best fabrics, the best designs, and the best factories to produce in. We create our own embroideries and appliqués from scratch. Every dress is as unique as the woman who is wearing it.
Our mantra has always been “Get creative, get exciting, and don’t be afraid.”
We want the women who wear our clothes to feel that they are still adhering to the rules of modesty while still being fashionable.
I tried to design a style that felt like you weren’t wearing a skirt. This style allows you to do almost every activity without feeling restricted.
I love them all and they are all winners, but if you ask me for my favorite, I will have to go with our simple elastic headbands. They are so simple, yet different, and are flying off the shelves.
We are the biggest yarn dealers in New York; we carry 3,000 square feet of yarn and crochet.
I was with my daughter visiting the Natural History Museum in Boston, and we saw all these beautifully cut, crystalized stones. I was so drawn to them, the gradient of colors, and the workings of the stones on the inside
While working with several brand names in the past, I got to learn different techniques. I was able to see the wig industry from inside out.
When it comes to the order of application, I always tell everyone it is basically the opposite of weekday.
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We absolutely love the oversized initials which are made up of individually set stones. We both wear them with a few initials stacked together.
I design the same way songwriters write songs about their current mood. Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life.
When I first started I had no idea how hard it would be. I have been working in the mortgage industry for 30 years, helping others get their dream homes while simultaneously starting up this business.
I remember having to wear tops under dresses and layer. I think it’s amazing that we are now able to throw on a dress and not have to worry about wearing multiple pieces to stay modest.
The message I want to give over is that people should love themselves for who they are. One should not define her happiness by what other people define as a “perfect size.”
It has to be a piece that makes my jaw drop and my breath stop short. I’m literally a sight to behold when I shop for the store – very entertaining to watch!
I’ll be very honest and vulnerable: When we started, we were young and we felt very threatened when there was a trend in accessories and everyone and their mothers were involved in a headband company.
I don’t see women as sizes and I just want to make women feel beautiful.
As they say, necessity is the mother of invention and innovation. As a mom of a large family, my needs turned into innovation.
I am glad to be part of a fashion event that will empower Jewish women and feature models of various ages and body types.
When working with a client, I always ask them what their budget is, and give them the best value for their budget.
Our initial jewelry is personal and fun to wear. Customers can represent their loved ones through initial and name jewelry.
The whole idea is that the connection between fashion and modesty is seamless.
I’d love it if more companies would stop using the harsh chemicals in their makeup.
I wanted to speak to the everyday woman and provide her with casual contemporary clothing and basics. I
Pauline, a happy, content housewife and mother, without pretensions or ambitions, was devoted to her home and their simple bourgeois lifestyle.
How many of us realize that it was through this act that woman attained motherhood? Her punishment of pain and anguish turned into the blessing of bearing children.
In 1968, she earned a Ph.D. in X-Ray crystallography at the Weizmann Institute of Science, a discipline in which her assiduous research has earned this Israeli woman of science the Nobel Prize.