When you meet Marnie Legrand, it doesn’t take long before you realize she really is a CrushworthyMom who does it all.
Spend any time with luxury accessories designer Elaine Turner and you start to notice a few things. Whether on a bag or on a wall, there’s always an element of cheetah print or bright pops of her signature color pink around.
Imagine that you’ve hit the apex of your career. You’re a success. So what’s your next move? Well, if you’re Taly Russell, you leave your job, start over again, and do it better.
Lesa Wright McHale boils down the whole family/work/mom conundrum pretty simply. “It’s about striking a balance for what works for you,” she explains to CrushworthyMoms at her stylish Soho office where she helms Lesa Wright McHale + Company, a boutique fashion PR firm that specializes in designer accessories.
One single photograph changed everything for Melisa Fluhr. Five years ago, Melisa was just a mom who also had a real flair for interior design. When she decorated her first son’s nursery, she did it with both love and a unique style. Read more
Laura Geller is one of New York’s most talented make-up artists, (you might recognize her from QVC, NBC, CBS and HBO) but not only can she apply a fabulous face of make up…she also creates it.
Pippa Vosper is a firm believer that pregnancy should never stop a woman from looking chic and fashionable. She speaks from experience. When Pippa, a fashion editor at Harper’s Bazaar in the UK, became pregnant in 2012, Read more
Julia Sutton knows about finding balance—not only between mind and body but also between work and home. She is a wife, mother, and chief operating officer of exhale (yes, lowercase “e,” that’s just how chill this combined spa and fitness center is). Read more
Sometimes a visit to a day spa can be a bit intimidating. After all, your face is striped naked in all its blemished glory. But what if the woman who gave you a facial were a fellow mom who had a gentle touch, a calming manner, and a best friend vibe? Read more
Cindy Barshop is the first to admit that having it all is hard work. And she should know. She does have it all, and she does work hard.
Cindy is the founder of Completely Bare spas, one of the first mini-spas in New York to offer high-tech treatment in hair removal. She recently launched nationwide retail distribution of her company’s products. Read more
It’s beginning to look like a global initiative for 2013. First, Crushworthy Moms were spotted in New York (us, of course). Next, sightings were reported in London. And now they are cropping up in Amsterdam. Read more
Latham Thomas is a maternity maven. Her book, Mama Glow: A Hip Guide to Your Fabulous Abundant Pregnancy, instructs expectant moms on how to take a holistic approach to this new chapter in life. Read more
Gretta Monahan, the style guru on The Rachael Ray Show, is one of the country’s most recognized fashion and beauty experts. Her natural talents and flair have lead her to createa personal empire Read more
When Jennifer had her first son, Shane, she wanted a piece of jewelry to celebrate her rock star son and couldn’t find anything cool enough. So what did this CrushworthyMom do?
Marlien Rentmeester, the West Coast Editor of Lucky Magazine and Founder of Le Catch, is a genuine, beautiful person who always had an individual style and was never one to follow trends.
Rochelle Jacobs is the co-creator of June Jacobs Spa Collection, and oversees all aspects of running the global beauty brand.
Mathilde Thomas is the founder of one of our favorite beauty brands, Caudalie. When I met Mathilde at the Caudalie Vinosource Event, I was struck by how down to earth she was while being so incredibly
Stephanie Hirsch is a true at heart entrepreneur who is constantly reinventing herself. Stephanie had her first solo show at The Lyons Wier Gallery Project
Space in November 2011. Her work was chosen by Mercedes Benz Read more
Designer of Haute Hippie and Haute Hoodie.
Haute Hippie started out with five employees, Trish’s eight year old
Lisa Rinna is a gal you want to spend an evening with talking honestly about marriage, kids, sex, and life in general. Her candid nature and infectious laugh immediately put us at ease and made discussing sex easy and FUN! She talks about the ins and outs of keeping Read more
We were introduced to a CrushworthyMom if ever there was one: Maryam Montague.
Maryam is an American humanitarian and democracy specialist who has been based in Marrakesh, Morocco, for the past ten years.
Alli Webb is the founder of Drybar. After leaving the professional hair workforce in 2005 to start a family, she decided to find a way to continue the creative side of hair styling at a “new-mom” pace.