How to Wear Yellow in Spring 2019

Posted By Jill Fraser - Jun 9, 2019 2:09:53 PM|

Yellow is a great color for spring. With two yellows dominating the spring runway, let's look at how it's being used this year.

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Fashion has often had a reputation for putting aesthetics above ethics, a troublesome reality that Jill Fraser and her partner, Milan Lazich, set out to change in 2010 with the creation of Jill Milan, a luxury accessory brand designed to embrace haute couture without the guilty conscience.

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3 Handbags You Need for the Holidays

Posted By - Nov 12, 2017 11:15:12 PM|
The holidays provide a great opportunity for people to show off fabulous handbags. Work parties, family celebrations and gift shopping all need the right bags for the occasion. These three options are versatile enough to work year around while still being perfect for a busy holiday season.
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Mercy for Animal Gala Honors “Hidden Heroes”

Posted By Milan Lazich - Sep 25, 2016 8:45:08 PM|

Ever have a job you didn’t enjoy? Sure, most of us have. Perhaps even to the point of active dislike. Then there are those who take on jobs with full knowledge they will face heavy workloads, often work with people who are difficult, and confront tasks that are so far beyond distasteful they are horrific. Even though they could certainly find something better, these people persevere. Willingly. Because the work matters. The people I refer to are the undercover investigators who take on the task of bearing witness to, and collecting evidence of, the atrocities animals face to deliver meat and dairy products. In slaughterhouses and elsewhere, every moment on the job these individuals risk personal safety – and possibly sanity – on behalf of the animals subjected to a depressing existence and ultimately a painful, dignity-deprived death. They do it so the rest of the world can know where some people’s food really comes from. And for the most part they work without recognition.

Two weeks ago, Mercy for Animals made sure those heroes got some recognition.


Mercy for Animals President Nathan Runkle

MFA President Nathan Runkle

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