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Fun In The Sun: Beaches Turks & Caicos

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For me, #FamilyFirst is more than just a hashtag. My girls are my number one priority. They are beautiful, hard working teens and I’m a single Mama Bear raising and providing for them. I take my family time very seriously and wanted to treat the girls after a successful academic year in the most beautiful place on earth, Beaches Turks & Caicos. We first went to  Beaches Turks & Caicos with my parents, seven years ago. Teddy’s childhood…

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Memorial Day Hamptons Diary

Memorial Day Hamptons Diary
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    Coucou! Happy Memorial Day KKBLovers. I am out East celebrating the freedom we share as Americans. The girls came along for a long weekend in the Hamptons of riding at Campbell stables, visiting the Jen Stark art installation at Surf Lodge, jamming out in the front row of the Capital Cities show, and my jewelry launch at Scoop Beach.  

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Playtime in Palm Beach

Playtime in Palm Beach
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And she’s back! It seems like just a few weeks ago that I was in Palm Beach – probably because it was only a month since my last visit. I love the beach and the warm weather – so when my friend Alvin Valley asked me to host his trunk show on my birthday weekend – I thought why not! Mixing business and pleasure is always my pleasure. After celebrating my birthday beachside in a bikini…

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Paradise Found: Los Angeles Travel Diary

Paradise Found: Los Angeles Travel Diary
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New Yorkers famously love to hate on Los Angeles. I think they’ve created this defense mechanism because if they went West and experienced life among the palm trees, beautiful surfers, and year-round perfect weather, there’d be no one left in New York. Sea and I debarked for our LA adventure last week. We almost didn’t make it – we arrived late for check in and were nearly stampeded by a gaggle of supermodels wielding St….

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Coachella Desert Dreams

Coachella Desert Dreams
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On Saturday, Sea and I made a pilgrimage to the epicenter of cool – Coachella. It was our first visit to the ultra-hip music festival and let’s just say that we didn’t leave disappointed. The experience was something of sensory overload in the best way possible – from driving out to the desert and passing the breathtaking array of windmills off the 10 freeway to the Coachella grounds throbbing with girls in the unofficial festival…

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