Our friend and client, Jacques-Elliott Ties, is today’s Project of the Day on Kickstarter! He only has a few more days until the project is closed so don’t wait - support Elliot’s ties and watch the video below:
Looking to add some sparkle to your resume? We’ve got a sweet internship to get your hands on.
Small Girls is looking for smart, ambitious, and creative interns for fall/winter! Our interns help with all sorts of PR tasks around the SG office, from assisting with press outreach, event planning, creating social media content, and all sorts of stuff in between. There’s never a dull moment and you’ll gain a ton of meaningful experience.
If you’re interested in a fun & fast-paced internship to learn the ropes of PR, shoot us your resume, a few work samples, and a little info about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d love to hear from you!
Still planning your Halloween costume? Zara Terez to the rescue!
Our client, Zara Terez, was featured in a Refinery 29 roundup of Workout Leggings That Can Also Be Your Halloween Costume by Bari Lieberman.
We can all agree that a stylish accessory brightens up any rainy day. Jacques-Elliot ties will spruce up your look without breaking the bank (woohoo!). Think punk rock Martha Stewart. The Perfect Tie is crafted right here in Brooklyn, too! The Kickstarter campaign ends in just ONE WEEK, so get on trend with Jacques-Elliot ASAP. #OneSizeFitsTheUniverse
Click here to read more about the the up-and-coming brand on Tech Cocktail by Amanda Quick.
It’s National Boss’s Day!
Between meetings, we squeezed in a mini surprise celebration complete with team t-shirts displaying our co-founders’ faces and tote bags proclaiming wisdom from none other than the queen of bosses herself, Nicki Minaj. Thank you, Mallory and Bianca for being the best #smallGIRLBOSS duo!
+ Check out our Boss’s Day surprise from last year.
Check out Woman’s Day magazine this month for a chance to win a set of three Wind & Willow hand-dipped mini bowls from our client, BRIKA.
Wind & Willow’s set of three hand-dipped mini bowls are perfect for the kitchen (to hold salt, pepper and spices) or the bedroom (to organize your favorite rings). They’re made of solid beech wood, while the punchy neon portion is a soft rubbery plastic, so they’re non-slip and ultra-durable.
See more on entering the giveaway here.
Yesterday our amazing/awesome/wonderful co-founder, Mallory, celebrated a birthday! So, obviously, we had to throw her a magical mid-day surprise seance, modeled after her The Craft themed birthday party.
If you haven’t already, be sure to wish Mal a happy belated birthday!
Starting today, our client PRIV, will be teaming up with Dove Hair for the next few weeks to help eliminate bad hair days, right from your home.
“Dove Hair is a natural fit for us because [the brand is] all about convenient, cost-effective and accessible beauty with an emphasis on wellness, just like we are. Our professionals love using their products, which makes the partnership make sense on both a professional and client basis.” - Sarni Rogers, PRIV director of marketing
Faye Brookman of WWD shared the news last week noting that the partnership includes: an in-app look book featuring hair styles from Dove celebrity stylist Mark Townsend, Dove Hair products that were used during the PRIV hair appointment and a limited-edition Dove Advanced Hair Series Plus Care Dry Oil product gift set.
You can read the whole piece here.
Now that decorative gourd season—I mean fall—is in full swing, there’s no better time to curl up with a good book and sip pumpkin-flavored beverages.
I first heard about Women In Clothes during an interview with Jacki Lyden on NPR, and immediately ran out to buy a copy. Unlike so many glossy fashion books, the authors wanted to interview real women about what their clothes mean to them, rather than dishing out advice or quoting famous fashion designers like Chanel or Diane Von Furstenberg.
The result is a collection of 642 voices from some of the smartest, most dynamic women around the world; contributors include pop-culture icons like Lena Dunham and Molly Ringwald, rising literary stars like Thessaly LaForce, and women like Monika Chhy, a Cambodian tailor or Reba Sikder, a worker who survived the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. It’s candid, thoughtful, intelligent, and funny – in short, I couldn’t put it down. Do yourself a favor and snag your own copy here.