“Celebrity Fashion at Wimbledon 2024: Sienna Miller Rocks Polka Dots in Prada, Nicole Scherzinger Stuns in Monochrome and More – WWD”

"Celebrity Fashion at Wimbledon 2024: Sienna Miller Rocks Polka Dots in Prada, Nicole Scherzinger Stuns in Monochrome and More - WWD"

The Championships, Wimbledon, is one of the most important tennis events of the year. A Grand Slam tournament, the event attracts royalty, celebrities and various high-profile public figures. Wimbledon 2024 has already seen the likes of Emmy-winning actors, Super Bowl champions and their spouses and more.

“Jason Kelce Addresses Fanbase Shift, Kids’ Choice Awards, and Retirement Rumors – Newsweek Exclusive”

"Jason Kelce Addresses Fanbase Shift, Kids' Choice Awards, and Retirement Rumors - Newsweek Exclusive"

Jason Kelce is embracing a totally new fanbase thanks to his brother Travis Kelce’s relationship with pop icon Taylor Swift. The former Philadelphia Eagles star shared how his public interactions have shifted dramatically over the last year on the Wednesday, June 12 episode of his and Travis’s New Heights podcast. “Before, it was mostly fat,…

Mother’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Hotel Gifts for Moms

Mother's Day Gift Guide: The Best Hotel Gifts for Moms

Good hotels are in the business of cherishing their guests. Hotels – at the highest end – are all about curation, which makes the products they sell in their shops particularly desirable, whether fashion, furnishings or art. Here are some presents that every mother will love.

Bonzini Mama Shelter foosball table

Having linked up with the long-standing French company Bonzini to provide table football sets (€4,990) for its first hotel (and then every other hotel in its collection) Mama Shelter can now ship them to your own home. A great gift for a soccer-loving mom, they come in pale pink and mint green, with three different sizes to choose from and are hand made in Lorraine using solid beech and beach plyboard. The options for customisation include players and kit colours.

Adare Manor Pyjamas

Adare Manor, a dreamy five star hotel in Limerick, Ireland has produced some very dreamy pyjamas (€180) for moms in conjunction with Cliona O’Brien’s company Moon & Mellow. Made of organic cotton, they feature mythical Irish creatures that may (or may not) roam around the hotel and its gardens. Siren, in navy blue with bronze piping is particularly lovely.

Bill Bensley paintings

Most hotel artwork is a bit dull. Not those by Bill Bensley. One of the most celebrated contemporary hotel designers, he has been responsible for hotels as diverse as the Four Seasons Koh Samui and The Siam. At Bensley’s own Shinta Mani hotels in Cambodia, all the profits go back into the community, especially through education and wildlife conservation. Bensley’s own paintings ($195) are part of this philanthropic endeavour and can be shipped world-wide.

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Treville Positano bracelet

Once the home of movie director Franco Zeffirelli, Treville Positano is now one of Italy’s most exclusive hotels. Perched on the Amalfi coast, this 16-room hotel has a jewel-box integrity about it which makes this lovely little silver bracelet (£175) so appropriate. A black braided cord features a silver triton – the mythical sea god that’s half human and half fish – that is the hotel’s symbol. It’s hard to think of a more subtle way to signal an upcoming trip.

Hotel du Cap Eden Roc maillot top

Not every hotel could make their staff attire desirable enough to stock in their shop but Hotel du Cap Eden Roc is in Juan Les Pins, where the ghosts of F Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald still infuse the whole peninsula with 1920s glamor. Its maillot top (£155) is simple but tres chic, with a flattering neck and made from the highest grade cotton. It looks wonderful on the waiters by the pool bar and it’ll look good on you…

Grand Hotel Tremezzo Aqua Como 1910 Eau de parfum

Lake Como is Italy’s most beautiful and romantic Italian and Grand Hotel Tremezzo one of its most beguiling hotels. Owned by Valentina de Santis’s family since 1973, it is packed with personality and passion. This has now been distilled into an Eau de Parfum Aqua Como 1910 (€190) with a location-apt breezy floral scent that is 100ml of la dolce vita.

Beverly Hills Hotel sarong

A chance to really blend into your surroundings – in the most elegant way possible. A artist Alexandra Nechita, Shhh Silk and The Beverly Hills Hotel, this sarong ($175), made from pure mulberry silk, is perfect to wear around the Beverly Hills Hotel pool or in the Cabanas and then to other destinations ($175)

Belmond Villeggiatura book

A chance for moms to plan their next vacation with an extravagant look at Belmond’s collection of hotels in Italy. All of them have legendary status, including the Hotel Cipriani in Venice, the Caruso in Ravello and the Splendido Mare and this book ($105), published by Assouline with words by Cesare Cunaccia.

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Discover Atlanta: Women at the Helm of Landmarks, Attractions, Hotels, and Convention Venues

Discover Atlanta: Women at the Helm of Landmarks, Attractions, Hotels, and Convention Venues

Atlanta history is rich and progressive. Women have left their marks in numerous ways dating back to Atlanta’s earliest days. Many of these women are honored with Atlanta landmarks you can visit today. Meet the influential women who currently stand at the top of Atlanta’s top attractions, hotels, and convention centers, showcasing the city’s entrepreneurial spirit and cultural dynamism.

Women Leading Atlanta’s Major Attractions

Paige Alexander 
The Carter Center

The Carter Center is a legacy of President Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter.

The Atlanta-based Carter Center, a legacy of President Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter’s dedication to global betterment, is tackling issues like conflict resolution, human rights, and healthcare.  Under the leadership of Paige Alexander, a leader with over two decades in government and non-profits, the Center is transitioning from founder-led to founder-inspired. Alexander’s experience proves invaluable as they navigate pressing global challenges.

Jennifer Barlament
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is an important part of Atlanta’s arts and culture.

Back in 2016, Jennifer Barlament brought her passion for music to The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra as executive director. With over 15 years of experience leading orchestras across the country, she’s no stranger to the world of music. Before Atlanta, she worked her magic at the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra and the Omaha Symphony. Her journey started at Emory University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in music with a minor in physics, racking up awards for her musical talent and academic prowess. Later, she earned her master’s degree at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., and even founded the New Eastman Symphony.

Kimberly Beaudin
Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

College football and all its glory are on display at Atlanta’s Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame. (Photo by Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame)

The Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame named Kimberly Beaudin as its CEO. With over two decades of experience in brand development, including roles with Arrow Exterminators, the Atlanta Hawks, and the Atlanta Thrashers, Beaudin adds to the growing roster of women leaders in college sports. Her role in this position not only underscores her exceptional leadership prowess but also signifies a significant stride forward for women in the realm of college sports administration.

Visit Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame.

Meredith Evans
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum

Atlanta’s Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum is one of only 15 presidential libraries in the country. (Photo by Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum)

Dr. Meredith Evans leads the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, drawing on her extensive experience in archives and history.  With a Ph.D. in library science (archival concentration) from UNC-Chapel Hill, a master’s in public history from NCSU, and another in library science from Clark Atlanta, her expertise spans both historic preservation and community engagement.  For nearly two decades, Dr. Evans has served as a librarian and instructor, fostering collaboration across institutions.  Her dedication to archives shines through her commitment to supporting community partnerships.

Visit the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum.

Leslie Gordon
The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

Met Leslie Gordon, Executive Director of The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum. A Savannah native with a bachelor’s in fine arts from the University of Wisconsin and master’s degrees from the University of Gothenburg and Georgia State University, Leslie brings a wealth of experience. She’s previously served as director of cultural affairs for Savannah, produced the Cultural Olympiad for Atlanta’s 1996 Olympics, and directed the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State for 16 years. With Leslie on board, the museum’s future looks brighter than ever.

Visit the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.

Dr. Bernice A. King
Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change

The Eternal Flame at The King Center.

Meet Dr. Bernice A. King, a renowned global thought leader, strategist, and peace advocate. As the CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center), she continues her parents’ legacy of nonviolent social change. Founded by her mother, the center serves as the official living memorial to the life, work, and legacy of her father, Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King’s innovative leadership drives forward the mission of advancing the Kingian philosophy of nonviolence, which she has re-branded as Nonviolence365™️ (NV365). Through policy, advocacy, research, education, and training, she empowers new generations to embrace the principles of nonviolence and work towards creating the Beloved Community. Devoted to ensuring that her parents’ teachings endure, Dr. King inspires transformation and fosters inclusivity as she leads The King Center into the future.

Camille Love 
The Mayor’s Office

Camille Love has been the driving force behind Atlanta’s cultural scene since 1998, holding the title of the longest-serving executive director of cultural affairs for the mayor’s office. Her creative leadership shapes the cultural landscape through initiatives like the Chastain Arts Center and Gallery, the city’s Public Art Program, Gallery 72, Elevate, Contracts for Arts Services, the Cultural Experience Project, and the renowned Atlanta Jazz Festival. With a bachelor’s in psychology from Wake Forest University and a background in marketing at IBM, Camille brings a unique perspective to her role. She founded For the Love of Art, a consulting practice supporting visual and performing arts, and even opened her own gallery representing primarily African American artists before assuming her current position. Camille Love’s dedication and innovation continue to elevate Atlanta’s cultural vibrancy, making her an indispensable figure in the city’s artistic community.

Mary Pat Matheson
Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden is so beautiful that you will want to linger. (Photo by Atlanta Botanical Garden)

Mary Pat Matheson’s journey to becoming president and CEO of the Atlanta Botanical Garden began with her tenure as the executive director of the Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City. Rising from the ranks as a horticulturist, she cultivated her passion and expertise, eventually earning a bachelor’s degree in resource management and park planning. She’s now the driving force behind Atlanta Botanical Garden’s growth. Under her guidance, the Atlanta Botanical Garden has doubled in size, boasting new gardens, a restaurant, Canopy Walk, and more. Mary Pat’s passion is making botanical wonders accessible to all.

Visit Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Hala Moddelmog
Woodruff Arts Center

Hala Moddelmog made history as the first female president and CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. After six impactful years there, she took the helm at the Woodruff Arts Center, home to esteemed cultural institutions like the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art. With a rich background including roles as president of Atlanta-based Arby’s Restaurant Group and CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Hala has consistently driven success. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Georgia (with an honorary doctorate), a bachelor’s in English from Georgia Southern University, and has completed executive programs at Harvard University and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Visit The Woodruff Arts Center.

Jill Savitt
National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Relive the American civil rights movement or learn about it for the first time at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. (Photo by National Center for Civil and Human Rights)

Jill Savitt, the dynamic president and CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, is a powerhouse advocate with expertise in genocide prevention. Her journey began at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., where she led efforts to prevent atrocities. With a stellar academic background from Yale University and teaching experience at Columbia University, Jill’s leadership drives impactful change in the fight for human rights.

Visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

Beth Schiavo
Center for Puppetry Arts

Meet Beth Schiavo, the new executive director of the Center for Puppetry Arts, who fearlessly stepped into the role amidst a global pandemic. With a background in finance and leadership, including roles at North Highland Consulting and service on the boards of the Woodruff Arts Center and the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Beth is ready to lead with innovation and resilience. A graduate of Virginia Tech and the Kellogg School of Management, she’s equipped to guide the Center through any challenge, ensuring its continued success and impact.

Visit the Center for Puppetry Arts.

Nathalie Stutzmann
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Nathalie Stutzmann, conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (Photo by Brice Toul)

Nathalie Stutzmann, “Best Conductor of the Year” at the 2024 Oper Awards, is making history as the Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 2022, only the second woman to lead a major American orchestra. With sensational debuts at prestigious venues like the Bayreuth Festival and the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Nathalie’s talent has been hailed as nothing short of extraordinary. As Principal Guest Conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra and Chief Conductor of Norway’s Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra, she continues to enchant audiences worldwide with her remarkable artistry and passion for music.

Visit the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Jennifer Grant Warner 
Fernbank Museum

See really big dinosaurs at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. (Photo by Fernbank Museum of Natural History)

Jennifer Grant Warner is the president and CEO of Fernbank Museum in Atlanta, home to the Museum of Natural History, a 3D Theater, and the sprawling Fernbank Forest. With over 22 years of dedication to the organization, she champions Fernbank’s mission to ignite a passion for science and nature through exploration and discovery. Under her leadership, Fernbank has seen remarkable growth, including the development of award-winning exhibitions like NatureQuest and expansions such as WildWoods and Fernbank Forest. Jennifer’s commitment also led to Fernbank’s AAM reaccreditation in 2018. Jennifer emphasizes Fernbank’s role in education and community engagement, striving to inspire curiosity and understanding of our natural world. Since its founding in 1939 to preserve Fernbank Forest, the institution continues to leave a lasting impact on both its visitors and the environment.

Visit Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

Women Executives Behind Top Atlanta Hotels & Convention Venues

Teri Agosta
Signia by Hilton Atlanta

Signia by Hilton Atlanta in the heart of the city. (Photo by Andrew Clark)

Teri Agosta has been named the general manager of the stunning new 975-room hotel, nestled within the vibrant Georgia World Congress Center. Boasting unparalleled views of the Mercedes Benz-Stadium sports and entertainment complex, Signia by Hilton Atlanta is set to redefine luxury hospitality in the heart of the city. In her role, Teri manages the operations of this groundbreaking property, marking the debut of the brand’s first new build. With ownership under the esteemed Georgia World Congress Center Authority and management by Hilton Management Services, guests can expect nothing short of excellence. The hotel offers 75,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space, a chic destination bar, an exquisite signature restaurant, and top-tier wellness amenities, ensuring an unforgettable stay for every guest. Get ready to experience the epitome of sophistication and comfort at Signia by Hilton Atlanta.

Erica Qualls-Battey
Atlanta Marriott Marquis

The Atlanta Marriot Marquis is Marriott’s third-largest hotel. (Photo by Atlanta Marriott Marquis)

Meet Erica Qualls-Battey, the powerhouse behind the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Marriott International’s third-largest hotel. As general manager, Erica ensures guest and associate satisfaction, manages finances, and cultivates vital business alliances. But her impact extends far beyond the hotel walls. She’s actively involved in community initiatives like the Children’s Miracle Network and United Way, while also serving on the board of directors for the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau. Recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business League, Erica’s leadership and dedication shine bright in both her professional and charitable pursuits.

Nancy Chacon
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Nancy Chacon, the visionary leader shaping the experience at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. With over three decades of unwavering dedication to Four Seasons, Nancy’s journey spans continents, cultivating her expertise across diverse roles before ascending to her current role.

For Nancy, hospitality is more than a profession—it’s an art that springs from the heart. With fluency in three languages—English, French, and Spanish—Nancy brings a global perspective to her leadership. Hailing from Guatemala City, Guatemala, she holds a degree in Economics and French from Mills College in Oakland, California. Nancy’s remarkable success in the hospitality industry is a testament to her relentless pursuit of excellence. She attributes her achievements to the invaluable encouragement from her mother and the unwavering commitment to education instilled by her father. With Nancy at the helm, guests at the Four Seasons Hotel experience a level of service that is not just personalized but genuinely heartfelt.

Patricia Janssens
Wylie Hotel

Patricia Janssens, the General Manager of Wylie Hotel, a historic boutique hotel nestled in the Old Historic Fourth Ward neighborhood. With over 15 years of experience in upscale hotel operations, Patricia is an accomplished hospitality executive. She specializes in leadership vision, strategic implementation, and creative initiatives to drive RevPar growth and improved profit margins. Patricia is dedicated to ensuring customer service satisfaction and implementing strong financial controls to produce improved flow through. Her focus on operational quality, consistency, employee engagement, and high-performance team development make her a valuable asset to the Wylie Hotel management team.

Sharon Kilmartin
InterContinental Hotels Group

Sharon Kilmartin is the vibrant area general manager for InterContinental Hotels Group in Atlanta. Leading with warmth and expertise, Sharon oversees multiple full-service properties, including the prestigious InterContinental Hotel. Her leadership has transformed the InterContinental into the go-to destination for meetings in the Perimeter market, thanks to a dazzling $43 million renovation. Beyond her impressive professional accomplishments, Sharon is a dedicated community advocate, serving on the board of the Georgia Hotel & Lodging Association and actively supporting initiatives that provide relief to those in need.

Grace Mendez
Hotel Clermont

Hotel Clermont is full of history.

Meet Grace Mendez, an experienced hotel General Manager with a background in the food & beverage industry. With expertise in catering, event management, and accounting, Grace leads Hotel Clermont, situated on historic Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta. The hotel boasts 94 carefully appointed rooms with modern conveniences and splendid views.

Mercedes Miller
Georgia International Convention Center

Introducing Mercedes Miller, a hospitality veteran with over three decades of experience in Atlanta’s hospitality scene. Recognized as one of the Top 100 Leaders and among the 100 Most Influential Women in the city, Mercedes’s impact is undeniable. As executive director, she has led the Georgia International Convention Center through significant growth, while also overseeing the Gateway Center Arena, a premier entertainment destination. Some years ago she was appointed interim city manager for College Park, Mercedes’s dedication to excellence and community service shines through in every role she takes on.

Kristi Cotten-Morris
Hyatt Centric Buckhead

Spaceman at Hyatt Centric Buckhead. (Photo by Hyatt Centric Buckhead)

Meet Kristi Cotten-Morris, the general manager of the Hyatt Centric Buckhead Atlanta, bringing over 26 years of invaluable experience to her role. With a remarkable journey spanning 24 years with Hyatt Hotels, Kristi has navigated rebrands, renovations, and openings with finesse. She is passionate about leading with care and fostering inclusive, encouraging work environments for her team. Kristi’s career highlight includes spearheading the $73 million floor-to-ceiling renovation of the Hyatt Regency SFO, showcasing her dedication to excellence in hospitality leadership.

Ivy Mpofu
Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park

Meet Ms. Ivy Mpofu, the accomplished General Manager of Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park. With a wealth of experience in the hospitality industry, Ivy has garnered a reputation for excellence in leadership and guest satisfaction. Prior to her role at Embassy Suites, Ivy served as the General Manager of DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Northlake. Her dedication to providing exceptional guest experiences and her commitment to driving operational excellence make her a valuable asset to the Embassy Suites team.

Michele Swann
Cobb-Marietta Coliseum and Exhibit Hall Authority

Michele Swann, is a leader with over 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry. As the general manager and CEO of the Cobb-Marietta Coliseum and Exhibit Hall Authority, Michele oversees a prestigious portfolio including the Cobb Galleria Centre, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, ArtsBridge Foundation, and Galleria Specialty Shops. Her expertise in long-range planning, design, financial management, marketing, and venue operations has been instrumental in the success of the center since she joined in 1995. Michele’s leadership has been paramount since assuming her current role in 1999.

Meet Women Chefs Redefining Culinary Excellence in Atlanta.

Sofia Espina is a bilingual Emmy Award-winning journalist who believes that everyone has a story to tell. She’s a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion, working to create a more equitable world.

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“Michael Strahan’s Daughter Receives Surprise Visit from Favorite Celeb During Cancer Battle – NBC Connecticut Features Lego Orchids”

"Michael Strahan's Daughter Receives Surprise Visit from Favorite Celeb During Cancer Battle - NBC Connecticut Features Lego Orchids"

Originally appeared on E! Online Michael Strahan is brightening up his daughter Isabella Strahan’s day. The “Good Morning America” co-host recently arranged for singer Bryson Tiller to make an in-house visit to the 19-year-old amid her ongoing battle with brain cancer. As seen in videos shared on Isabella Strahan’s YouTube channel March 12, Michael Strahan—who…

Clemson vs Kentucky Gator Bowl Preview and Key Insights

Clemson vs Kentucky

The Gator Bowl featuring Clemson vs. Kentucky is a significant event, with Clemson looking to overcome a season of ups and downs. Despite early losses, they’ve built momentum with four consecutive wins. However, they face challenges with several key players out due to opt-outs, transfers, and injuries. Clemson’s depth chart shows significant changes, especially in … Read more