We celebrated Fashion Week in our very own 6-Figures way -- complete with a sunset view. At our September 2013 event, we discussed the importance of good first impressions, creating a style that is unique, authentic personal branding, and how to wow one's even most challenging critics. Our expert panelists chatted about creating a personal image with class, dignity, and style -- while staying current, relevant, and fresh.
Our panelists for the evening included:
Sally Morgan -- Founder of Sing Like You Speak. Vocal trainer, entrepreneur, author, and singer/songwriter, Sally literally wrote the book on finding your voice. An innovator in the field of vocal training for 25 years, Sally's work is based on the latest medical, acoustical, and therapeutic research. Sally is the author of Sing Like You Speak: The Morgnanix Method and 125 Secrets to Help You Speak Like A Pro. Sally's clients can be found on Broadway, on major recording labels, the Conan O'Brian Show, A Prairie Companion, and in Federal Courts, The US Senate, and in corporate boardrooms.
Tania Sterl -- Fashion Designer and Founder, Sterl On Style Image Consulting. Tania spent 20 years immersed in the business of fashion: from design to sales to production management. Tania was a senior designer for Donna Degnan, and was featured in WWD, In Style, Marie Claire, and Lucky Magazine. She is a frequent speaker at Savvy Ladies, a nonprofit that empowers women through financial literacy.
Tarsha Gibbons -- Image Consultant and Stylist. Tarsha works holistically with clients to enhance their professional and personal images. Color is Tarsha's specialty, and she develops custom color solutions to breathe life and excitement and WOW to how clients look on the outside, and how they feel on the inside. Her clientele includes entrepreneurs, stay-at-home moms, and CEOs. Tarsha is firmly committed to health and wellness and conducts workshops for children.
A thank you to our hosts at Bongo in the West Village, the perfect venue for an event about image. Bongo pays tribute to mid-century design -- we definitely felt very Mad Men as we socialized, networked, enjoyed incredible appetizers and learned how to WOW.