FG Magazine Summer 2021

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the Modern Ruana in Dreamsicle Green the Amalfi V-Neck 2.0 in Ivory the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory


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INTERVIEWS p06 • Maria Shriver p10 • Diane Warren p12 • Steven Gutheinz p14 • Chrissie Lam

F E AT U R E S p18 • Beauty p48 • Sustainability p50 • In Living Color p52 • Music p54 • Inspiration


Models: Ekaterina Zalitko, Frances Aatermir Photographer: Suzanne Teresa Make-up + Hair: Arbana Dollani

Editor-in-Chief Franne Golde

Creative Director Adrienne Catrina

Writing + Copy Editing

FASHION p22 • Loungewear p24 • In Black and White

Jaylynn Widmark

Contributors Robin McDonald Catherine Grace O’Connell

Graphic Design + Layout Vanessa Chandler

Published by Franne’s Closet, Inc.

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Welcome to the first issue of Franne Golde Magazine!

Photo: Esther Peyron

Throughout these pages, I wanted not only to share fashion, but also to introduce you to our friends and some people behind the scenes, as well as to share some things we love: art, music, and so much more. We’re excited to give you a glimpse of our FG family as we delve into publishing our first of many issues. We welcome your feedback on what you’d like to see more of in the future, and we hope you enjoy everything we’ve put together for you here!

Stylist Madison Blue behind the scenes at the Franne Golde summer photoshoot.


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Q u estions

I thought it would be fun to put together five questions for our four featured guests so you can get to know them a little better and see what their plans are for the summer. Enjoy! —Franne

M ARI A SHRIV E R I am constantly inspired by this extraordinary and amazing woman. Maria’s tireless commitment, leadership, determination, and energy have brought Alzheimer’s awareness to countless people across the globe. This is a cause close to my heart; my own husband, Paul, is living with this disease. Maria is on a mission to find answers and has raised millions for much-needed research, all while constantly educating folks with information and providing tools to help prevent this devastating disease. Her non-profit, Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM), is focused specifically on women and Alzheimer’s. You may not know this, but two out of every three people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s are women.

this difficult journey. She gets it, she’s lived it, and she knows how Alzheimer’s can change a family forever. I can’t thank her enough. She never, ever gives up, and that gives us hope! I am honored to have been featured in her Sunday Paper and as one of her Architects of Change.


Photo by Rochelle Brodin

I am so grateful to Maria and her team for their love and support of my husband and me through

Maria Shriver testifying before the Senate Special Committee on Aging and Alzheimer’s


What is most fulfilling about your work?

What I love about my work is that it’s meaningful to me and, I hope, to others. Whether it’s my journalism work, my advocacy on behalf of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, the documentaries that I make, or the articles that I write for the Sunday Paper, they all come from the same place deep in my heart. Whatever I’m writing, whatever I’m researching, whatever story I’m telling, my hope is that it moves another person’s life, that it helps another person’s life, that it resonates with another person and makes a difference in their life. Journalism has been my umbrella, but I’ve also been lucky enough to do all kinds of things underneath that umbrella. I don’t really see my work as work, I see it as an extension of my life. It gives me something to get up for in the morning, and every morning I give gratitude that people seem to be interested in what I have to say and the things that I’m doing. I feel really blessed that there are people who help me do these things. None of us can accomplish anything alone. So when I’m putting out the Sunday Paper, there’s a whole team helping me, and with the work of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, there’s a whole team there helping me. Everything I do, there is a team helping me. I love working with people, sharing ideas, creating things from nothing that impact peoples lives.


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What is your favorite meal to make?

I’m a terrible cook. I don’t even think you can say I’m a cook at all. I love to make cakes for my kids’ birthdays, I like to make old-fashioned sugar cookies, and I’m really happy with chips and guacamole. I can make guacamole and I can eat a lot of chips, so that’s my favorite thing: guacamole, hamburgers, and fries. I know I advocate a Mediterranean diet and really healthy food, but if I’m left alone, you can find me with chips and guac and a burger and fries—but don’t tell anyone.


What is the last book you read and loved?

I’ve read a couple of books lately that I really love. One is The Call to Unite and the other is The Way of Integrity, which are the first two books from my new imprint called The Open Field. I love both of them and I think they will make a huge difference in people’s lives. They are books with intention, with a purpose, and with a mission, and I absolutely love the authors of both of these books. My brother Tim and Tom Rosshirt did The Call to Unite along with hundreds of other people who are also in it. Martha Beck wrote The Way of Integrity and is one of the lighthouses in my own life, so I’m just really thrilled to be able to publish her new book, which I think is so important. I also just read a book by Dr. Nicole LePera called How to Do the Work. She is the “holistic psychologist” on Instagram and I think her work is really important. And I read a book on boundaries by Nedra Glover Tawwab that was eye-opening to me.




Of caregivers who spend more than 40 hours per week providing care,


Where would you move if you had to pick another place to live? Women over 60 are

are women.

I don’t know; I’ve actually started thinking about where else I’d like to live. For the first time, I can think about that since my children are grown and out of the house. I haven’t come up with an answer, but I’m

more develop going to try out a few places. Maybe I’ll rent in likely some to places and see what feels right to me, where could Alzheimer’s than

I see myself, not just now but in ten years from now.cancer. Right now I love my home in Los Angeles and my breast

Women of are at high for Alzheim


Latinas African Americans

imaginary home in my mind, the open field, so if I can put them together, that would be my ideal.

By 2060, approximately


14 million Americans will have Alzheime What are you looking forward to doing Overthis 9 summer? million will be women.

1 in 5 women over 60

This summer I’m looking forward to being with my kids and to seeing my brothers and my cousins. I’m happy when I’m with my family, when I’m laughing, when we’re telling stories and eating chips and guac, so I’m looking forward to doing that.

will develop Alzheimer’s.

11.2 million Americans provide unpaid care to someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

⅔ are women.

Data from the 2021 Alzheimer’s Association Facts and Figu


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D I A N E WA R R EN What can I say about my fellow songwriter and friend, the amazingly gifted Diane Warren? She is one of the most prolific, brilliant, and passionate writers of the last several decades. Her songs have been featured in more than 100 motion pictures, resulting in an incredible twelve Academy Award nominations. Diane is one in a million. She has won a Grammy, an Emmy, and two Golden Globes. She was the first songwriter in history to have seven hits—all by different




charts at once. She was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2011, and she’s even received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! You get the picture. All that, and she has a heart of

Photo: Brian Overend Courtesy of ELYSIAN



Look Diane up and see all the songs she’s written that you know and love. I think you’ll be blown away. She has a new album, Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1, releasing this summer, and I can’t wait to listen.


Q ues tio ns


What is most fulfilling about your work?

Being able to write songs is the most fulfilling thing in the world to me. Everything about it: coming up with songs that move me and then seeing them move other people. People I have never met, and will never meet, are out there listening to my songs! That is still the coolest thing in the world to me.


What is your favorite meal to make?

I don’t know how to make anything but a mess. I don’t know how to cook!


What is the last book you read and loved?

I’m reading Richard Perry’s book right now, and it’s really great: one of the best record producers of all time telling the inside stories behind his biggest records. It should be required reading for anyone thinking about being in the music business. I’m in there in a paragraph because he produced my first big hit, “Rhythm of the Night”!


Where would you move if you had to pick another place to live?

I’m from LA and I would never want to live anywhere but here!


What are you looking forward to doing this summer?

Looking forward to working as usual, but also to the world getting back to some kind of normalcy and seeing my friends again. Who knew having dinner with your friends in a restaurant could seem so exotic! I’m looking forward to warm weather and summer nights.


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ST E V E N GUTHEIN Z When I was looking for music to use as a backdrop for our videos, I came across this wonderful composer with whose music I had a deep emotional connection. I knew it would work beautifully for us. I am so thrilled to introduce him to you. I wanted both you and me to get to know him better! Steven has composed for film, TV, commercials, games, and the concert stage. He’s worked on several awardwinning projects including the feature film






acclaimed short film Wraith of Cobble Hill (which won the Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking at Sundance), and the feature documentary film Why We Ride. He is a graduate of Rice University, the University of Southern California, Aspen Music School, and the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop. Steven currently lives and works in our home base of Los Angeles. We are

Photo: Dawn Bowery

excited to welcome him to the Franne



Golde family.


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What is most fulfilling about your work?

Getting to do what I love, which is writing music. Focusing and working on a piece of music and seeing it eventually come together is a very fulfilling experience


What is your favorite meal to make?

I really enjoy making homemade pizza and fruit smoothies.


What is the last book you read and loved?

The last book I read that I really loved was A Gentleman in Moscow. Especially since COVID, I think we can all relate to the feeling of being confined to one place like that. It’s just such a stunning book on so many levels. I loved it and really connected with it.


Where would you move if you had to pick another place to live?

I think I’d stick to California but move up to the Central Coast near Big Sur or perhaps closer to San Francisco.  I love the California coast so much.  Who knows, maybe someday I’ll do that.


What are you looking forward to doing this summer?

Hopefully traveling again!  Anywhere, it doesn’t matter where.  Like most people, my wife and I haven’t traveled at all over the last year.  We’re both homebodies, so it hasn’t been too hard for us to stay home, but we also love to travel and I really look forward to going somewhere, anywhere.


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C H R I SS IE LAM Chrissie Lam is the founder and CEO of Love Is Project. She left her NYC corporate fashion design job after 12 years to collaborate with artisans, designing trend-right products and giving them market access. As an avid traveler, she loves discovering new places and meeting interesting, creative people from all walks of life. She also enjoys wordplay and theme dressing. We’re proud to be carrying the beautiful Love Is bracelets this season, which are handmade by female artisans in Kenya and support the success of

Photo: Brian Overend Courtesy of ELYSIAN

these women and their communities.




Q ues tio ns


What is most fulfilling about your work?

I love being to help provide jobs to female artisans around the world and seeing the impact and improvements we’ve had on their communities. This is why I do what I do.


What is your favorite meal to make?

I do love eating delicious food! However, I don’t really cook very much. I can make decent French toast and pancakes...and stuffed bell peppers.


What is the last book you read and loved?

I’m current finishing Barack Obama’s A Promised Land. I enjoyed reading his perspective on his time and experiences in the White House.


Where would you move if you had to pick another place to live?

My favorite place is Ubud, Bali. I used to live there. I’m looking forward to when their borders and airport open again so I can go back for an extended period.


What are you looking forward to doing this summer?

Traveling and catching up with some friends I haven’t seen in awhile. I’m all vaxxed and ready to go!


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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. This cause is close to our heart

you to join the fight by giving to organizations that support those affected by ne

and their families. Franne is proud to be part of Music Mends M



ts, and we encourage

eurocognitive diseases



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S P RI NG TO SU M M E R S K I N C A RE : H O W TO C REATE AND MAINTAIN A YO U T HFU L G LO W M OV I NG THR O U G H COVID T IME S AND I NTO A NE W S E AS O N B y R o b i n McDo nal d I’ve known Robin McDonald for over three decades. Not only is she my dear friend, but she is also the creator and founder of KINDri Los Angeles, a cruelty-free, vegan, and sustainable skin care line. Robin is a celebrity facialist, now retired, whose regular clientele include Hollywood luminaries such as Charlize Theron, Rene Zellweger, Alfre Woodard, and Mark Ruffalo.

Maintaining our physical, spiritual, and emotional health (not to mention our good looks) during COVID has been a real roller coaster. For me, the cycle of feeling good → looking good → feeling bad → looking bad → feeling good again has never been more evident. The idea of true beauty being a holistic experience above an aesthetic one is, more than ever, clear as a bell. With that said, it is in the spirit of self-care and wellness (two terms way overused, I know) that I’d like to share some of my tips and tricks for appearing lit from within even during these challenging times.

SPRING CLEANING If you haven’t already, go through that drawer

or box—or wherever those “Oh, I’m sure I’ll use this again at some point…” serums, primers, nail polishes, powders, body lotions, face creams, and applicators are—and purge! Chuck anything

Photo by Freestocks on Unsplash

that has expired, especially old compact powders


and foundations that tend to harbor bacteria from reuse of applicators. (C’mon, we all should do it.) Get rid of everything potentially detrimental to keeping your skin clean and healthy and dispose of it responsibly.


As we move into the summer months, skin protection reigns supreme. We’re going to spend more time outside, and that means sunscreen, a big hat, and sunglasses to ward off hyperpigmentation, signs of aging, and the risk of skin cancer. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve come to realize that protecting those peepers and that delicate skin around the eye area is paramount. Choose sunglasses with wide sides,

Photo by Kent Pilcher on Unsplash

a large brimmed hat, and cruelty-free mineral UV sunscreen that can be reapplied during the day. Dermatologists recommend SPF 30, even if you are only out in the sun for a few minutes.


Skin tends to maintain its own moisture level better in the warmer months. Only apply enough product to make your skin feel comfortable. Hydrating your skin with a moisturizer that contains neutralizing essential oils like lemon or orange helps to keep dead skin cells and environmental build-up at bay.


A good exfoliant is essential year-round and especially during the hotter months when extra-clogged pores, shine, and sweat are more prevalent. I recommend a gentle facial exfoliant used twice a week and a more intense body scrub every time you shower. The purpose of a good exfoliation is not only to rid the skin of that layer of impurities that builds up during the day, but also to stimulate blood flow that oxygenates the skin, bringing it to life with a rosy blush.


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Here’s one of my favorite simple DIY body scrubs that you can use liberally and keep in the fridge for two days: 1 Cup organic dark brown sugar (or 1 Cup organic pearl couscous for a gentler scrub) 1 Cup organic non-dairy Greek yogurt ¼ Cup sweet almond oil (or the lighter-weight prickly pear seed oil—our favorite at KINDri) ¼ Cup coconut oil 10 drops lavender essential oil (or any aromatic essential oil you love) Whip up vigorously in nice mixing or cereal bowl, anything that makes you happy! Massage into dry or wet skin for 3–5 minutes and rinse off in a warm, steamy shower. Always let your skin recover with

Photo by Tijana Drndarski on Unsplash

a moisturizer or body oil suitable for your skin type.


full plates, finding time to care for ourselves has been even more challenging these days. My hope is that as the world starts to settle again, and we are finally able to interact in person with our friends and loved ones, we will be feeling good and, yes, looking good—for good!

Photo by Mariana Medvedeva on Unsplash

Photo by Heather Ford on Unsplash

I know that for those of us with full houses and


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the Bliss Duster in Heather Grey the Classic Tank 2.0 in Ivory the Heavenly Pant in Heather Grey

the Classic Tank 2.0 in Ivory the Bliss Duster in Heather Grey the Heavenly Pant in Heather Grey

the Bliss Duster in Black the Heavenly Pant in Black

the Chic Tee in Black the Heavenly Pant in Heather Grey


the Chic Tee in Ivory the Heavenly Pant in Heather Grey

with a Twist

We’re not quite ready to give up the comfy styles that became our at-home uniform over the past year. Our chic Bliss Duster and Heavenly Pant dress up or down, perfect for easing back into life in the outside world.


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In Black and White A friend recently introduced me to the work of Vasco Morelli, and I find it simply stunning. The piece featured here will show you why. I’m thrilled that we were able to get in touch with him and gain some insight into his background and process. —Franne

I’ve been a creative director for many years and started as a graphic designer after college. In 2013, my dad was diagnosed with Stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer and given three months to live. He’s always been my hero, and this hit me in ways I could never have imagined. He lived another eight months, but during his last few weeks, I needed an escape from what was happening in my life. My mom had taken up watercolors, and I decided I’d jump into them. My early work had no method and no craft, just watching colors mix together in ways that would affect the next painting, and the next, and the next. It turned on a faucet of energy inside me, and I became obsessed. I painted at work. I painted in my car. I was exhausted, but I couldn’t stop. Today, I’m a lot more aware of embracing the process, a lot more considered in my approach and what I want to communicate through my art. Most of the work still ends up in the recycling bin, but once in a while, I come up with something that strikes a chord with me and others who come across it. I don’t consider myself a painter, just a guy who sometimes has trouble coming up with the right words. I love the idea that something of mine could have the privilege of making it into someone else’s life. —Vasco Morelli See more of Vasco’s work at vmorelli.com.



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A Classic Look Black and white are forever our favorite pairing. It’s always classic, always modern, and always chic. Look for pieces with clean lines and sleek silhouettes to make the most of this essential look.



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the Henley 2.0 in Ivory the All-Season Bootcut in Black 28 • FRANNEGOLDE.COM

Ultimately, this isn’t just about a pair of pants. We know that when you look good, you feel good, and the world needs more confident women. If putting on a Magic Pant helps you feel ready to take on each day, our mission is accomplished! This is the one that started it all. Twelve years ago, Franne was on the hunt for a perfect black pant, and it was nowhere to be found. Her solution? To make it herself! What started with a single style has grown to a range of options available in three fabulous fabrications and multiple chic silhouettes.

the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory

About the Magic Pant So, what makes a Magic Pant? It’s all about comfort and confidence. Each Magic Pant is smooth through the hip and thigh with a flattering high rise. It’s cut slightly higher in the back to guarantee no show-andtell. Just as important is what these pants don’t have. There are no buttons, no zippers, and no side or back seams, all creating the ultimate slenderizing silhouette. the Katharine Buttondown 2.0 in Ivory the Classic Magic in Black


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A Little Bit of Drama This summer, we’re all about making a statement. There’s nothing better than taking a perfect basic (or two) and adding a piece that brings the drama. The Modern Ruana is our go-to for catching every eye in the room.


the Modern Ruana in Dreamsicle Green the Modern Ruana in Fuchsia Fantasy the Amalfi V-Neck 2.0 in Ivory the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory


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the Modern Ruana in Fuchsia Fantasy the Amalfi V-Neck 2.0 in Ivory the Portofino Pant in Ivory


the Modern Ruana in Fuchsia Fantasy the Modern Ruana in Dreamsicle Green the Amalfi V-Neck 2.0 in Ivory the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory

the Modern Ruana in Fuchsia Fantasy the Modern Ruana in Dreamsicle Green the Crinkle Cool Golde Vest in Lime the Amalfi V-Neck 2.0 in Ivory the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory


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Let the Sun Shine There’s something healing about the sun.

Our favorite outdoor escapes? A picnic in

After months cooped up and covering our

the park. An hour of reading in the backyard.

faces, we’re making sure to let the warm rays

And of course, a long walk somewhere with a

of summer fall on our skin.

beautiful view.



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the Elizabeth Top 2.0 in Ivory the Urban Twill Cigarette in Ivory


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the Belle Nuit Dress the Soiree D’Amour Duster


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the Classic Tank 2.0 in Black the Urban Twill Cigarette in Black


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the Santorini Dress in Ivory the Marseille Wrap in Ivory the Love Bracelet in Ivory

This dress evokes cool breezes and easy afternoons by the sea. Slip it on to be instantly transported to the coastlines of the Mediterranean no matter where you are. FRANNEGOLDE.COM

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the Santorini Dress in Ivory the Marseille Wrap in Silver Blue


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As a growing company, we’re always looking for ways to move toward greater sustainability for the good of people and planet. We ship all our orders in recycled boxes and biodegradable bags, and we’re working with non-profit partners to make sure any leftover inventory of our retired styles makes a positive impact in our community. We’re also excited to give you a simple way to make a difference every time you shop with us. There’s a new checkbox on our cart page that allows you to offset the carbon impact of each order through our partnership with EcoCart. Simply select the box marked “Make my order carbon neutral” and, with a small added fee, your purchase

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will include a contribution to the amazing Garcia River Project in Mendocino, CA.


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This summer, outfit yourself in hues to evoke peace, passion, and abundance. By Catherine Grace O’Connell I’d like to introduce you to my friend Catherine Grace O’Connell who is a writer, motivational speaker, talk show host, and media producer. Her mission is to assist women at midlife and beyond to believe in themselves, reinvent, and create the life of their dreams.

Do you remember those giant boxes of crayons you had when you were a young girl? You know, the ones with sixtyfour Crayola crayons covering all the colors of the rainbow? You flipped back the lid, your eyes lit up, and your mood shifted at the sight of a world of colorful possibilities! Well, this summer you can get those feelings all over again with the latest Franne Golde collection, which—like that box of crayons—lets you color your world with the most delicious and vibrant hues and tones. Franne herself inspired me to think about color, and there’s an entire world devoted to color psychology! That’s right beauties, something as simple and fun as color can have an enormous impact on our psyches. Summer is here, and 2020 is firmly in our rearview mirror where it belongs. What better way to enter the new season than by coloring our world inside and out? Can you feel the excitement, the exhilaration, and the positive vibes floating in the air? For most of us, the events of the past year upended our lives in some way. For others, it brought us to our knees. Coming out the other side, there are blessings galore ahead, and one of those lies in spending time in Mother Nature and its abundance of pure beauty and color.


What colors can you find in the Franne Golde crayon box? This season, you may not be feeling the blues, but you’ll most likely be wearing them! An alluring, vibrant hue, the color blue has a natural association to all things related to summer. Blue is a primary color. It’s also the color of the ocean and the sky, symbolizing serenity, stability, inspiration, wisdom, and health. Shades of blue are accompanied by a feeling of calm, and who doesn’t need some peace after navigating the past year’s more turbulent waters? Red, meanwhile, is the color of fire. It’s the counterpoint of the calm and serenity found in blue. If you’re feeling down, slipping into styles with shades of red, coral, or a bright fuchsia is an easy way to uplift your spirits and shift your energy. Red also represents our root chakra, the area associated with grounding and abundance. Who doesn’t need a bit more abundance in their lives these days? With nature in full bloom, simply surrounding yourself with beautiful red or bright pink blossoms can help you feel your aura begin to brighten. The beauty of Mother Nature is magical. (Speaking of magic, who can resist a royal blue Magic Pant? Certainly not me!) Color is everywhere, from your closet to the world around you, brimming with the grace and beauty found in the natural world. Channeling your inner child is a surefire way to bring a smile to your face. Whether you’re playing in your closet, hanging with Mama Nature, or buying a nice big box of crayons and coloring outside the lines, you’ll no doubt find your spirit lifted and your energy transformed through color. This summer, I’ll be Catherine the Kaleidoscope, twirling away in Franne Golde! FRANNEGOLDE.COM

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The Music of Diane Warren Diane has written more amazing songs than we could ever fit on a page, but we’ve compiled some of our favorites for you to enjoy.

Don’t Want to Miss a Thing Aerosmith

Because You Loved Me Celine Dion

Unbreak My Heart Toni Braxton

If I Could Turn Back Time Cher

How Do I Live LeAnn Rimes

Rhythm of the Night DeBarge

Love Will Lead You Back Taylor Dayne

Have You Ever? Brandy

Io Si Laura Pausini



Summer Selections by Steven Gutheinz Our resident composer has created this beautiful playlist of the songs he’s had on repeat this season.

Postcards Alexandre Desplat

The Imitation Game Alexandre Desplat

Whisper of a Thrill Thomas Newman

Stoic Theme Thomas Newman

Les Choristes Bruno Coulais

Franck: Violin Sonata in A Kyung Wha Chung

Briony Dairo Marianelli

A Game of Crouquet Jóhann Jóhannsson

Griet’s Theme Alexandre Desplat



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“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi


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Women + Alzheimer’s

More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s

4 million are women.

of the brains that develop Alzheimer’s belong to women.


Of caregivers who spend more than 40 hours per week providing care,


Women over 60 are

are women.

Women of color are at higher risk for Alzheimer’s:

1.5x 2x

Latinas African Americans

more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than breast cancer.

By 2060, approximately

14 million Americans will have Alzheimer’s. Over 9 million will be women.

1 in 5 women over 60

will develop Alzheimer’s.

11.2 million Americans provide unpaid care to someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

⅔ are women.

Data from the 2021 Alzheimer’s Association Facts and Figures report.


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