if martha were a 20-something
No. 6 May 2013
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DEFINE YOUR BROW A well-shaped brow takes practice, but beauty blogger and makeup artist, Stephanie Neiheisel, breaks it down into four simple steps
From pattern mixing to pastels, these toddlers know how to work summer’s hottest trends.
THROW A LAST MINUTE BBQ Repurpose items you already have at home to throw a no-stress backyard barbecue!
MATERNITY STYLE My Chic Bump blogger shares her summer maternity must-haves.
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH Inspiration for hosting a mother’s day gathering.
YARN PARTY Knitting. It’s not just for grandmas anymore. Full of “crafternoon” inspiration, this party comes packed with printables.
EVERY ISSUE 04 Contributors 26 Recipe
12 HOW-TO: DIP DYED NAPKINS 2 EMMA
06 GALLERY WALL A POPOVER PRINT ROUND-UP RECIPE
71 Behind the Scenes 08 DIY 70 Emma's Playlist 32 Printable
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CHAIR BEFORE/AFTERS A Los Angeles based designer not only transforms interiors, but shares before and after images from her favorite vintage chair flips.
WINE JAM Perfect for wedding favors or just for a sweet everyday treat.
DIP TURQUOISE NECKLACE
Pair these eggy biscuits with fresh homemade wine jam.
Great as a mother’s day gift or gift to yourself!
From the expecting mama to grandma, gift inspiration for the mothers in your life.
MOTHER’S DAY GIFTS
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SARAH HUBBELL EDITOR IN CHIEF
SHELLY SAZDANOFF ASSOCIATE EDITOR
ALEX EVJEN FASHION
JESSICA HELGESON ASSOCIATE EDITOR
SARA NEVELS PHOTOGRAPHER
MICHELLE HERRICK PHOTOGRAPHER
HEIDI BARTLETT GRAPHIC DESIGN
STEPHANIE NIEHEISEL BEAUTY
EMMA’S EDITOR-IN-CHIEF May is all about mamas, and as I write this, I just celebrated one year of motherhood. I’ll admit it. I’ve turned into one of those parents that shares pictures of their children entirely too often. But this month I took it to a whole new level. Giving him no choice in the matter, I turned our little man into a model for this issue’s “Pint-Sized Summer Threads” feature (page 36). I can’t say that I’m sorry about it. While reflecting back on life premotherhood, I came across the following entry I journaled after finding out Hudson would in fact be a little man and thought I’d give you a peek. I wish I could say I wanted a boy all along, but I didn’t. I don’t like guns, or cowboys, or smelly body odor. I’m definitely not one of those reasonable people that says, “I don’t care what we have so long as they’re healthy.” (As though the rest of us would readily sacrifice health for gender selection.) Nope, I dreamed of having a girl. We picked out a name, I bought a baby girl dress, and I pictured the two of us baking together on cold December days. So here I am with warm jelly slathered on my belly staring up at
a flat screen ultrasound monitor waiting to hear three words, “It’s a girl.” Of course the anatomy is the last part of the visit, so I have to wait. I’m uncharacteristically patient, especially for a pregnant lady who doesn’t have any patience to begin with. While I wait, I watch the most beautiful little baby twist and turn in front of me. The four images she prints off at the end will be poured over again and again, so I soak in the real live movements while I can. Where 14 weeks ago there was nothing, I now see brain hemispheres and chambers of a tiny heart. I see fingers and toes wiggle and stretch. I could stare at this screen all day. Then, I see it. The ultrasound tech smiles, “Looks like you’re having a…” “A boy?” I interrupt. “A boy,” she confirms. I’d like to say that all of the girl stuff went out the window, that I’m over the moon, or that part of me knew it all along. Truthfully, my heart sinks. The technician hands me a few black and white screenshots, and it’s over. I’m so in love with this little guy, boy
parts and all, that crying doesn’t feel right. I send Ryan a text message with the news and start my car. My mind floods with thoughts of who he’ll be when he grows up. Will he take after his dad and be a gifted speaker? Will he be like his mom and kill it at Scrabble? He could be the president or a pastor. He could write screenplays or cure diseases. So maybe we don’t bond over wedding dresses or wingbacks… maybe instead we have impassioned theological discussions. He’ll probably hang back on pedicure days, but maybe he’ll be the one who finally beats me at Words with Friends. I’ll be that mom at golf tournaments, and he and Ryan will probably start a men’s fashion blog together where they banter over hair products and English spread collar shirts. I know it’s not what I had in mind, but turns out God had a different plan, and maybe it’s better than mine anyway. Sarah Hubbell is the editor in chief of Emma Magazine. She lives in Phoenix with her husband, Ryan, and their toddler son. She loves baking, DIYs, and the TV show, Friends. Follow her on Instgram @ sarahmhubbell.
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10 WALL ART PRINTS
GIFT IDEA Thoughtful both as a mother’s day gift or a gift to yourself!
GEM STONE BEADS: OVERSTOCK
H OW-TO : GEMSTONE
By: Anna Liesemeyer of InHonorofDesign.com I have a drawer full of necklaces that need repair. Despite a snapped chain, or a missing bead, the broken necklace is made up of good parts. This DIY allows you to turn those beautiful mishaps into something new! Or, start from scratch with brand new gem stone beads, a chain, lobster clasps, jewelry wire, and a pair of pliers. Make in varying lengths to layer with each other or mix up with other necklaces. EMMAMAG.COM 9
1.Hold brush straight up by nose to see where to start. The arch should be about 3/4 of the way out from there. Brow end point follows angle of the eye.
2. Using brow powder, softly line along upper and lower edge of your brow. Fill in between the two lines using feather-like strokes.
3. Using brow gel, brush from each browâ€™s inner corner to the outer to keep rogue hairs in place.
4. Using a highlighting shadow and an eye shadow brush, apply the highlighter right beneath the arch and along the end of the brow for a natural lift. Tutorial by Stephanie Neiheisel Photographs by Sara Nevels of Talk Studios Products used: ELF brow palette with gel and powder, MAC brush #266, MAC eyeshadow in Shroom. 10 EMMA
EYE BROW TUTORIAL EMMAMAG.COM 11
TRY THIS! Fill a bowl with fuchsia dye. Dip plain napkins. Hang allowing excess to drip dry over newspaper.
TIE-DYE SET AVAILABLE AT: TIE DYE YOUR SUMMER
Photographs by Sarah Hubbell
H OW TO: DIP DYED
I recently found myself at a friend’s backyard birthday bash. With gourmet food, impeccable styling, and a picture worthy backyard, it seemed she thought of everything. Except a handful of uninvited guests. Mosquitos feasted on our flesh while flies dove for the feta. Sometimes we focus so much on the aesthetic when entertaining that we forget how we actually make our guests feel. This backyard barbecue can be thrown together at the last minute, but still shows guests your thoughtful attention to detail. Citronella candles serve double duty, adding a warm glow while repelling mosquitos. A kid’s table complete with a strip of chalkboard paint and plenty of chalk allows parents to relax. For decor, simply repurpose items you already have around the house. Old Coke bottles transform into take-home vases for guests to enjoy freshly picked buds long after the barbecue ends. An ironing table serves as a buffet, a wheel barrow holds iced beverages, and leftover fabric scraps add a consistent color story throughout. Your guests will never know you threw it together last night! By Sarah Hubbell
HOW TO THROW A LAST MINUTE BARBEQUE
Photographs by Charity Maurer Design by Life Design Event Planning Calligraphy by Calligraphy by Jennifer Flowers by Lux Wedding Florist Furniture by Classic Party Rentals EMMAMAG.COM 15
A KID’S TABLE ALLOWS PARENTS TO RELAX
CITRONELLA CANDLES KEEP BUGS AWAY!
PROVIDE CHALK TO KEEP LITTLE HANDS OCCUPIED
EASY GUEST FAVORS: TURN A COKE BOTTLE INTO A TAKE-HOME VASE!
CARLY CALLS HERSELF A “TATTOOED MARTHA STEWART”
BLO G G E R S P OT L I G H T
WOODS WALLPAPER: ANTHROPOLOGIE
By Melissa Campana Photographs by Green Ginger Photography
When the Emma ladies heard Carly Kmyta refer to herself as a “tattooed Martha Stewart,” we wanted her to pull up a chair and pour her heart out. In fact, this painted princess is also a mama-to-be, and her unique look, paired with the beautiful bump she’s rocking, made her the perfect blogger spotlight for this month’s issue. May is all about moms, and we can’t think of anyone who better encapsulates motherhood’s “it’s complicated”
status: Kymta’s fair, beautiful features mirror her inner sweetness, while the sleeves remind you that this chick’s got edge, too. Kmyta hails from Chilliwack, British Columbia, where she and her hubby Spencer have been prepping their nest for the arrival of Baby Lux. Kymta’s husband is a tattoo artist by trade (he’s actually the one who inked her arms!), while Kymta herself… well, what doesn’t she do? From adorable arts and crafts to a killer nursery, her creative spirit is splashed all over her blog (www.
carlykmyta.com), making us more than a wee bit jealous of the world she has created for Lux. Kymta’s blog has a section devoted to her photography (yep, she takes pictures, too) and one gallery in particular seems to reflect Kymta’s personality perfectly. Entitled “Flowers and Fences,” the photographs show tiny, colorful wildflowers, poking out from beneath a blanket of snow amongst miles of barbed wire fencing. Delicate, lovely, and just the tiniest bit dangerous… much like Kymta herself.
Photography by Michelle Herrick Recipe and styling by Jessica Helgeson
1 cup (8 oz) whole milk 2 large eggs 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) unsalted butter, melted 1 cup (5 ounces) unbleached, all purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1. Preheat oven to 450ยบF and position an oven rack in the center. Lightly coat the muffin pan with melted butter or high-heat canola-oil spray. Once the oven is fully heated, heat the prepared muffin pan in the oven for about 7 minutes. 2. In medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, melted butter, flour and salt until well blended. 3. Using a spatula, scrape the batter into a measuring cup. Remove the pan from the oven and pour the batter evenly among the prepared muffin cups. Return the pan to the oven and bake for about 15 minutes. Then turn the oven down to 400ยบF and continue baking the popovers until they are puffed and deep golden brown color. Do not open the oven too early or they will deflate. 4. Remove from oven and cool pan on rack for a few minutes. Remove popovers from pan and serve immediately. Variation: Try adding fresh herbs and parmesan!
A STANDARD 12-MUFFIN PAN WILL WORK BUT A POPOVER PAN WORKS BEST!
IN A JAM: WINE JAMS AND JELLY BY JESS 715-579-5426
Photography by Kelsey Erin Photography Recipe and jam by Jessica Stremer
3 pounds strawberries 2 cups cabernet wine 3 1/2 cups granulated sugar half a jar pectin 1. Wash, slice, and dice the strawberries. Gently mix with wine and sugar in a large bowl. Cover the bowl & refrigerate overnight. 2. The next day, bring the strawberries, wine and sugar to a boil over medium heat. Return to the bowl, cover and refrigerate overnight. 3. The next morning, prepare for canning according to standard canning procedures available at bell or kerr mason jar websites. 4. Pour the strawberries into a colander set over saucepan. Bring the collected juices to a boil over medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally. 5. Add the strawberries and pectin to the saucepan. Simmer, stirring often. As the jam cooks, smash some of the strawberries with the back of a wooden spoon to help even out the texture.. 6. Fill the jars up to 1/2â€? below the rim. Use a clean towel to wipe any preserves off the rims, then top each jar with a lid and a tightened ring. Place the jars back in the canning pot and make sure they are covered by at least 1 inch of water. Bring to a boil and process for 10 minutes. Place the jars on a folded towel and allow to sit, undisturbed, for 24 hours. Check the seals of the lids after 1 hour. If a seal has not formed (the center hasnâ€™t popped), refrigerate the jar immediately.
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STRING YARN BALLS ON FISHING LINE FOR A COLORFUL BACKDROP PERFECT FOR PHOTOS.
Knitting. It’s not just for grandmas anymore. Gather friends for a colorful afternoon of knitting, crochet, tea, and treats! Meredith Crawford, the crafty blogger behind One Sheepish Girl, hosted a “crafternoon” and shares her tips here. “Decorate your space with yarnwrapped foam balls attached by wire, pompom ‘cupcakes,’ and an eclectic mix of vintage dishes. Set out a pot of tea, sweets, knitting needles, and crochet hooks for guests to knit to their heart’s content.” For more yarn party DIYs, visit onesheepishgirl.blogspot. com.
For party favors, download these handmade printable tags for guests to adhere to their handiwork! emmamag.com
Decorations, styling and story by: Meredith Crawford Invitation and printables by: Emma Trithart
Download your own iron-on yarn label at emmamag.com
Photography by: Meredith Crawford Models: Kelly Musgraves, Sara Garza, Maryam Salassi, Melissa Hoover Pastries by: Tart Bakery and Rush Patisserie EMMAMAG.COM 31
DOWNLOAD YOUR YARN PARTY INVITE TEMPLATE AT EMMAMAG.COM
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Crochet Edge HOW-TO
STEP ONE: Print and cut out the yarn party invitation. Use a pencil to mark dots an inch apart around the edge. Take the hole punch and punch through each pencil dot.
STEP TWO: Create a slip knot with your yarn on the crochet hook. Put the crochet hook in the first hole and pull a loop through. Chain three.
STEP THREE: Bring the hook through the next hole and join with a slip stitch.
STEP FOUR: Repeat these two steps until you reach the first corner. Join with a slip stitch in the corner. Chain three.
STEP FIVE: Join with a slip stitch in the same corner again. Continue around repeating these three steps.
STEP SIX: When you reach the starting point of the crochet edge, join the final chain three section with a slip stitch at the top of the first slip stitch.
STEP SEVEN: Remove the crochet hook and pull the yarn up through the loop to secure.
STEP EIGHT: Weave in the ends with a tapestry needle. Snip the excess yarn with scissors. EMMAMAG.COM 35
ROMPER OLD NAVY SANDALS OLD NAVY SCARF VINTAGE
GREEN OXFORD JANIE AND JACK NAVY ANCHOR TIE TARGET SKINNY JEANS H&M SHOES SPERRY TOP SIDERS 36 EMMA
PLAID BUTTON DOWN BABY GAP GREEN PANTS H&M CHAMBRAY SHOES TOMS
MINT SUNGLASSES H&M PEPLUM TOP H&M HEART LEGGINGS HELLO APPAREL SHOES TOMS
Mixing durable and lightweight fabrics with reasonable price points, take a peek at Emma’s favorite picks for pint-size summer threads.
Q & A with Nicole Whittington from Handmade Riot POLKA DOT HEAD BAND H&M POLKA DOT SHIRT H&M FLORAL SKINNIES NORDSTROM MINT FLATS H&M
Inspired by mid-century design, Handmade Riot crafts stylish children’s furniture and toys (see rocker on left). Emma sat down with co-founder, Nicole Whittington, to get the scoop on how this couple turned their hobby into a business. EMMA Magazine: Can you tell us a bit about Handmade Riot? How did your business start? Nicole Whittington: We live in this really small house, and there isn’t any real storage or closet space or anything like that. I wanted to make some shelving for my office work space area. James does woodwork downtown, so I was like “Hey, will you help me do this?” So we did [the honeycomb shelves], and we put them up in our kitchen because they looked better there than in my office. We took some pictures, and we got a really big response from friends and different small business owners. EM: How would you describe your design style? NW: Very clean. We primarily work with birch or birch ply, so it’s lighter-toned wood and we always add a pop of color in some form. So, with the Honeycomb Shelves we paint the inside a certain color. Right now, we really like turquoise and red-orange. Just a really fun palette. EM: Making furniture and toys for Handmade Riot is not your only job. Where do you find the time and how do you balance between a busy work schedule? NW: Well we’ve gotten so busy with Handmade Riot that James and I both scaled back our other jobs to about 2 1/2 days a week. So, between the two of us we only work one full-time other job. But before that, it was like 80-hour work weeks. We just got through that knowing that there would be a light at the end of tunnel. We’ve got enough going on right now that it’s affirming that the time, when it was really tough, is still motivating because we are seeing success. It’s worth it.
HORSE PRINT SCARF VINTAGE STRIPED TOP H&M POLKA DOT SKINNIES OLD NAVY
Photography by Michelle Herrick Styling by Sarah Hubbell Props by Handmade Riot Q&A by Alejandra Armstrong EMMAMAG.COM 39
EM: Speaking of, what has been the key to your success? NW: I would say, doing what we like. We aren’t trying to go after any particular group of people. We’re not projecting what we make on what we think people want. We’re just doing what we like, and it turns out people like it too. And I think that’s been really helpful because then we’re not over thinking our products. We like it and we present it in that way, we’re enthusiastic about it and it’s genuine, and I think that’s what people are attracted to. EM: Where do you find inspiration? NW: All over. The honeycombs, initially for me, [came from] I like to garden and I have friends that are trying to start beehives in their gardens, and in [mine and James’] first apartment together
we had a bee problem. And so it was just a cute coincidence, especially with the geometric shapes kind of being a cool thing right now. With the kid rocking chair, James really loves Herman Miller, and so the inspiration is kind of obvious there. I think he draws a lot of his inspiration from working at the Burgeon Group, because they design interactive play areas for children’s libraries, so he’s working with kid stuff all the time. And kind of being a big kid himself. EM: Where do you hope to see this business going? NW: We definitely have some plans ahead of us. The idea is to be financially independent within the next year so that Handmade Riot is a full-time job. Ideally, what we would like to have is a physical space that is a dual
combination workshop and retail space. The back wall [of the retail space] would be a glass window so the costumers can connect with the physical process and see that everything is handmade. I think it’s important for people to see that process and connect them back to the idea that not everything is made by machinery. EM: Where does the name, “Handmade Riot” come from? NW: James really wanted the word ‘handmade’ in there. We tried to work ‘handmade’ into all these different names and a lot of them sounded very cheesy. And I really wanted something a little more gutsy that kind of threw back in people's faces the idea of being from scratch. So, we decided by mixing words back and forth. But Handmade Riot was a really good fit.
Swimwear L I N Y G T S
Pair with a textured skirt and skinny belt for an almost-outfit.
Pull over a sheer sweater and knot the bottom for casual coverage.
Keep out UV rays with pastel shades.
These crochet shorts bring another layer of texture without funny tan lines. Photography by: Mark Morgan Styling by: Ave Styles Makeup by: Stephanie Neiheisel Hair by: Amber TillinghastÂ Swimwear by: Ruche Clothing
CHAIRS on the
Inspired by travel and culture, interior designer Susie Ho founded Mend, a boutique interior design studio. A rescuer of vintage furniture, she loves blending old and new to create warm and inviting spaces. Susie shares some of her favorite vintage rescues with Emma both before and after adding her signature whimsical touch.
FABRIC DURALEE 71004-554 FINISH HIGH GLOSS BLACK
FABRIC SCHUMACHER NEW YORK, NEW YORK-BLACK & WHITE PAINT BEHR CRESS GREEN HIGH GLOSS 48 EMMA
FABRIC: SCHUMACHER ZIMBA-ORANGE
FABRIC LULU DK CHANT-BROWN WITH WHITE
FABRIC COLE & SONS WOODS FINISH HIGH GLOSS BLACK EMMAMAG.COM 51
By Karen Zaro, My Chic Bump Photography by Jessica Bishop
DAY BETTY STRIPE MATERNITY DRESS ISABELLA OLIVER STUD ENVELOPE CLUTCH TARGET
Whether on the beach or chasing kids, this look brings easy comfort to busy days. Full length ruching plays well on your growing belly and bends with you while accentuating your best curves. Combine with playful accessories for a casual, yet chic statement. 54 EMMA
WORK Everyone needs a slimming, dark-colored dress, especially when youâ€™re pregnant. Play with pops of color to add personality for a fun summer look. For added flare, think neon. Dress it down a bit with flats or sandals to make this outfit work outside the office. WRAP DRESS WITH TIE SERAPHINE MATERNITY STUD ENVELOPE CLUTCH TARGET COBALT BLUE PUMPS NORDSTROM
SHOWER Definitely not your grandma’s floral dress! This outfit is youthful, playful and perfect to wear as the baby shower guest of honor. It’s high waist and faux wrap design draw attention to all the right places. Opt for nude or neutral shoes, so you don’t overdo it with color.
VIVIEN PRINT MATERNITY DRESS ISABELLA OLIVER NUDE PUMPS STEVE MADDEN
A CHEVRON TABLE LINEN BRINGS A PLAYFUL TOUCH
Mother’s Day BRUNCH
Event Design by M&M Elite Planning Photography by Nicole Chan Photography Equipment and Linen Rentals: Be Our Guest, Inc. Venue: Massachusetts Horticultural Society at Elm Bank Floral Design by Floral Art Designs Heirloom bowl: Giardini di Sole
Celebrate the mamas in your life with a brunch celebration this May. First, select a venue. The scenic grounds of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society set the perfect backdrop for this garden party. Try to find a venue that has everything you need, so you can focus more on food 60 EMMA
and event design rather than furniture rentals and delivery times. Next draw design inspiration. This brunch was inspired by the bold use of colors in Target’s spring campaign. The dark wood tabletop anchors the bright and playful chevron pattern. Cater in food from your mother’s favorite restaurant, and ask siblings to pitch in to help cover the cost. Provide miniature versions of your centerpiece florals for mamas to take home as a sweet mother’s day surprise!
MINI TAKE-HOME BOUQUETS MARK EACH MAMA’S SEAT
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GIFT GUIDE NEW MAMAS. GRANDMAS. CHEFS. WORLD TRAVELLERS.
1 2 FOR THE STYLISH MAMA
4 5 6 1. Bow iPad Case Nordstrom 2. Dress Dorothy Perkins 3. Lip Stain Anthropologie 4. Ring Nordstrom 5. Chunky Cat Eye Sunglasses ASOS 6. Turquoise Necklace Towne & Reese 7. Stories about motherhood Nordstrom 8. Matching pajamas J.Crew 9. Log vase Shop Terrain 10. Eye Shadow Gift Set Bare Minerals 11. Hand Cream Trio Nordstrom 12. Gourmet chocolate Jacques Torres 13. Custom photo album Shutterfly 64 EMMA
IN-LAWS & GRANDMAS
THE BAKING MAMA
1. Cookbook Amazon 2. Doughnut Tea Towel HowKapow 3. Cookie Wall Print Etsy 4. Dipped wooden spoons Etsy 5. Kitchenaid Mixer Sur La Table 6. Poppy Rolling Pin Anthropologie 7. Weekender Travel Book Amazon 8. Luggage Tag Tepper Jackson 9. iPhone case Society 6 10. Infiniti Scarf Anthropologie 11. Weekender Tote eLuxe 12. Travel Wall Print Etsy 13. Ray Bans J.Crew 66 EMMA
THE TRAVEL MAMA
THE NEW MAMA
1. Swaddle blankets Aden and Anais 2. Video Monitor Babies R Us 3. Open ended sleep gowns Gap 4. Miracle Blanket Amazon 5. Sound Machine Amazon 6. Baby lounger Giggle 7. Puj tub Babies R Us 8. Sleep Mist Bath and Body Works 9. Ergo baby carrier Diapers.com 10. Born Free bottles Target 11. Petunia Pickle Bottom Diaper Bag and City Carryall Petunia.com 12. Cute dishwashing gloves Etsy 68 EMMA
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GIVEAWAY! ley th , H it h r & T hi e
Emma asked three new mamas, what they couldn’t live without during their babe’s first year, and these are their recommendations!
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TRACKS 1. "A LOT OF LOVE" STEVE MASON 2. "COOKING UP SOMETHING GOOD" MARC DEMARCO 3. "FALL OF ‘82" THE SHINS 4. "DIAMONDS ON THE INSIDE" BEN HARPER 5. "ROOTS & VINE" SONS OF FATHERS 6. "MY MA" GIRLS 7. "MOTHER AND CHILD REUNION" PAUL SIMON 8. "SMILE AWAY - 2012 REMASTER" PAUL AND LINDA MCCARTNEY 9. “DO YOU REALIZE??” THE FLAMING LIPS
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STAGE MOMS HAVE NOTHING ON US This month’s “Pint Sized Summer Threads” shoot will go down as one of Emma’s most hilarious behind the scenes to date. While little ones worked it for the camera, their parents danced, whistled, and bribed to get their little ones’ best faces on camera.
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BARBECUE CREW Life Design Event planners ham it up for the camera alongside editor-in-chief, Sarah Hubbell with her little one, and photographer, Charity Maurer.
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