Tag: Charity

Black and White at the DKNY Store for Iris Smyle’s New Book Signing and OCRF Benefit

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Tuesday I dashed in the rain to the midtown DKNY store for Iris Smyle’s Iris Has Free Time book signing and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) Fundraiser. DKNY sent a percentage of sales proceeds to OCRF and provided some great champagne to top it off. Iris Has Free Time is about growing up and can we please applaud the cover photo? Just loving the blue tutu!

I was wearing my white leather Vince jacket (on sale at Shopbop), a vegan black leather skirt from Guess (similar here), vintage Christian Louboutin heels and this amazing hat at the DKNY store. The store was full of some really great summer outfits and some of the best sneaker heels in town! I spotted the black version of the sneaker heels that I had blogged about last year and found a white pair I hadn’t seen before (pictured below).

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Sincerely Yours,


Malinda Knowles

Boston Strong: T-Shirts for One Fund Boston

adidas_BostonStandsAsOne-421x421-1As a former Bostonian, Tufts University Alumna and yes, Red Sox (and Patriots) fan, I am proud of the way that the Boston community has come together after the bombing and hope that justice is served in the face of such an atrocity. This act of terrorism killed several people, injured over 170, and have left many still in the hospital unable to afford their new medical bills.

Students in the area began selling “Boston Strong” T-Shirts and now Adidas, The Celtics, Red Sox and more have all begun selling “Boston Strong” T-Shirts with proceeds going to charity. The Adidas Boston Strong T-Shirts are supporting the One Fund Boston Charity with 100% of the proceeds supporting victims of the bombing.



Malinda Knowles