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Reimagined Traditions

September 26, 2020

Reimagined Traditions

As our world has adjusted through a major shift this year, we’ve found that the daily hustle between our work and social lives has been renewed, making tried-and-true routines and traditions in need of a fresh approach. It’s no question that birthday parties, weddings or events like New York Fashion Week look a little different this year, but we’re all about looking on the bright side at Elizabeth Moore. 
With a face mask as this season’s must-have accessory (alongside our favorite Elizabeth Moore jewelry, of course), we’re donning this new accessory and approach to life proudly. Just as fashion is remade, so are our traditions. This is an opportunity to create something greater than what was; although, there’s still no harm in reminiscing and celebrating our past. 
The second week of September annually brings New York Fashion Week. Each season, creatives from across the globe and New Yorkers come together to celebrate each other’s art all while having a bit (okay, a lot) of fun, too. NYFW has always been a part of my life as a fit model and was elevated when my very own line was showcased on the runway. Since then, I’ve passed the torch onto my son who mixes music for shows like Badgley Mischka each season. 
Although we might not be celebrating in-person this season, we’re still finding a way to cherish our moments and milestones as we find a positive take on reimagined traditions. And that’s worth cheers-ing to!
 




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