This recent summer has been nearly perfect: the incredible weather, festive events as well as a little bit of controversy! Sweet Suite, Altchek MD, Tani, Marc Blackwell and the recent ALS ice bucket trend!
Sweet Suite hosted a fun, colorful event for kids and adults alike. Each guest was bestowed with a generous box of samples from the following vendors: Activision, Disney Infinity, LeapFrog, Crayola, Faber-Castell/Creativity for Kids, Hasbro, Imperial Toy, School Zone, Angel Care, Thames+ Kosmos, Green Toys, B kids, Ohio Art, KidzBop, Delta, Tiggy, Just Pretend Kids, Goldie Blox as well as many others. For a complete list of participants, please visit: http://www.thebigtoybook.com and to learn more about these incredible toys, learning tools as well as much more!
The Accessories Council also is one of the first to introduce the newest and best trends for upcoming holidays. Recently, Altchek MD, one of the most prestigious dermatologist's creations will be making an appearance at ULTA stores just in time for fall and to help sun-lovers recover the best skin for the new season! The superstar Altchek MD product must be the eye-gel pads to combat puffiness and a tired-looking face, bringing a refreshed look almost instantly. For Altchek MD and ULTA, please visit: www.www.ulta.com.
Tani Underwear hosted a press breakfast at Union Square Laser Dermatology last week to inform journalists about the light fabric, flexibility and comfort of Tani. Please visit: http://www.taniusa.com.
Designer, Marc Blackwell recently opened an immaculate store in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn complete with campy-cool coffee table books, candles as well as a wide variety of housewares for the interior designer in everyone. Please visit: www.marcblackwell for hours and complete catalog.
Finally, The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been sweeping Facebook. Respected celebrities such as: Gwen Stefani, Anna Wintour and even KISS have joined this wacky way to raise money for Lou Gehrig's Disease which no one can debate is a serious condition, but as far as challenges go, why not something more high-brow, interesting or even innovative? Perhaps a bake sale, car wash or silent auction? If you would like to donate directly to ALS, please visit: http://www.alsa.org.
Up next, sneak peak for Fashion Week SS2015!