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good morning + biz ladies notes

by Grace Bonney

i’m a little sleepy from this west coast jet lag but i wanted to say good morning and thank everyone who came out to last night’s LA biz ladies meetup, which was incredible! i can’t get over how many of you came out- thank you to everyone, to (thanks, susie and co!) and to our incredible speakers: lindsay at smith barney, and billie and tootie of . if you’re looking to download the notes from the PR/marketing portion of last night’s talk they’re . thanks again and to everyone who’s not in LA- stay tuned- i may be adding two more surprise cities this summer because of some personal traveling i’m doing. i’ll be announcing those in the next few weeks when i’ve hammered out the details.

i also wanted to share this beautiful cut-paper installation from – a student designer from central saint martins in london. helen specializes in illustration and cut paper and these pieces were part of a recent school project. i couldn’t get over the beautiful cuts in each piece and had to share them as i pack up and get ready to head to the airport. for more information on helen’s work.

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