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Brand Ambassadors Needed: South NJ

Are you looking to promote brands and work for an innovative and exciting company? Jessica Scott Marketing and Events is seeking brand ambassadors to represent our clients in the South New Jersey areas!

Opportunity Includes:
- Beer, Wine and Liquor Samplings

Work is available IMMEDIATELY.

To apply, please reply with your resumé along with 3-4 pictures (headshot and full body shots) to Ambassadors@JessicaScottLLC.com

Job Type: Contract
Salary: Around $25.00/hour *VARIES BY CLIENT/OPPORTUNITY*
Most promotions last 2-3 hours or more

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CENTRAL AND NORTH JERSEY BRAND AMBASSADORS NEEDED

Are you looking to promote brands and work for an innovative and exciting company? Jessica Scott Marketing and Events is seeking brand ambassadors to represent our clients in the North and Central New Jersey areas!

Opportunity Includes:
- Beer, Wine and Liquor Samplings

Work is available IMMEDIATELY.

To apply, please reply with your resumé along with 3-4 pictures (headshot and full body shots) to Ambassadors@JessicaScottLLC.com

Job Type: Contract
Salary: Around $25.00/hour *VARIES BY CLIENT/OPPORTUNITY*
Most promotions last 2-3 hours or more

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BRAND AMBASSADORS NEEDED: NORTH, CENTRAL, AND SOUTH NEW JERSEY

Are you looking to promote brands and work for an innovative and exciting company? Jessica Scott Marketing and Events is seeking brand ambassadors to represent our clients in the North, Central, and South New Jersey areas!

Opportunities includes:
- Beer, Wine and Liquor Samplings
- Promotional Street Teams
- Product Demonstration
- Tradeshow Representatives
...and More!

Work is available IMMEDIATELY.

To apply, please reply with your resumé along with 3-4 pictures (headshot and full body shots) to Ambassadors@JessicaScottLLC.com

Job Type: Contract
Salary: Around $25.00/hour *VARIES BY CLIENT/OPPORTUNITY*
Most promotions last 2-3 hours or more

PO Box 645
Medford, New Jersey 08055

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BRAND AMBASSADORS NEEDED - CENTRAL NEW JERSEY

Are you looking to promote brands and work for an innovative and exciting company? We are seeking male and female brand ambassadors to represent our clients in the Central New Jersey areas!

Opportunities includes:
- Beer, Wine and Liquor Samplings
- Promotional Street Teams
- Product Demonstration

To apply, please reply with a relevant resumé along with 3-4 pictures (headshot and full body shots) to info@jessicascottllc.com

Job Type: Contract
Salary: Around $25.00/hour *VARIES BY CLIENT/OPPORTUNITY*
Most promotions last 2-3 hours or more

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Brand Ambassadors Needed: PA/NJ

Are you looking to promote brands and work for an innovative and exciting company? Jessica Scott Marketing and Events is seeking brand ambassadors to represent our clients in the Philadelphia and North, Central, and South New Jersey areas!

Opportunities includes:
- Beer, Wine and Liquor Samplings
- Promotional Street Teams
- Product Demonstration
- On-Campus Marketing
- Tradeshow Representatives
- ...and More!

To apply, please reply with your resumé along with 3-4 pictures (headshot and full body shots) to info@jessicascottllc.com

Job Type: Contract
Salary: Around $25.00/hour *VARIES BY CLIENT/OPPORTUNITY*
Most promotions last 2-3 hours or more

PO Box 645
Medford, New Jersey 08055

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#FashionFriday

Your summer routine not cutting it? Learn how to beat the heat with these AMAZING and INSPIRING YouTube tutorials that will transform your look from head to toe!

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#FashionFriday The New and Improved, Tech-Infused Muscle Shirt

Image: Simone Schramm

Image: Simone Schramm

With the rising popularity of wearable technology like the Apple Watch and fitness trackers, such as the Fitbit, it was no surprise to see wearable technology walking down the runway this fall at New York Fashion Week. Adding more function to the fashion of wearable technology is Simone Schramm, a German interface designer interested in the intersection between humans and technology. Her latest design changes the game in workout wear with her tech-infused Muscle Shirt according to TheFashionLaw. With a built in heart rate monitor, the shirt expands and contracts according to the level of exercise sensed. Here’s Simone’s description of the movement.

“Activity is perceived by the skin surface and the shirt has the potential to enhance the posture of the wearer. The transformation can also be associated with psychological values like speed and agility, which are directly related to physical activity during exercise.”

What gives the shirt its distinctive look is the laser-cut fabric, which allows for the expansion much like netting. It’s really solving the issue of how to have clothing that expands, but then returns back to its original shape. For Simone’s shirt, the bright lining colors peeking through help to accentuate the different areas of the body. Check out the shirt in action and notice how the fabric rolls up on itself in the center section. 

 

One of the advantages of wearables with sensors is that they have the ability to translate our thoughts and actions into something visual and yet abstract. Simone’s work is focused on that more artistic and natural expression, comparable to a good user interface where change seems intuitive.

“Unlike the existing self-tracking apps, the muscle shirt’s transitions do not include any fixed steps, nor imply any categories. The transitions correspond with the human body perception and deliver a completely haptic experience. The registered measurements are also communicated in a visual way. The upper layer of the fabric has a finely sliced structure that gets pulled apart through the contraction and reveals an underlying colored layer. The originally monotonous-seeming grey fabric transforms into a colorful and lively looking piece of fashion and second skin.”

So why the Simone's Muscle Shirt over the Fitbit? Sometimes it’s just bothersome to have to look at a watch when you are jogging. The haptic experience that Simone is working on immediately gives you the feedback you need.

How do you think tech-infused fitness wear will change the way we workout?

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Who made your clothes?

Fashion Revolution Week 2016 is encouraging fashionistas across the world to take the social justice world by storm with #whomadeyourclothes - a campaign that promotes ethical practices in the workplace. This movement was inspired by the April 24, 2013 Rana Plaza tragedy involving the collapse of a manufacturing company  that resulted in over one thousand lives lost. This has got to stop. For years labor laws have been ignored by popular brands in our country who purchase buildings across seas for manufacturing. The unsafe measures these companies take are unfortunately causing constant tragedy without punishment. It is time to take a stand. Please watch the Fashion Experience video and learned how you can make a difference. After all, do you know who made your clothes?

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Top 5 Beer Gardens in Philly this Spring!

Breezes are getting hotter. Shorts are getting shorter. These are certainly the beginning signs of beer gardens popping up all over the city! After this past harsh and very long winter, nothing sounds better than strolling into one of these beautiful pop-ups with friends and enjoying your favorite drink in sunny Philadelphia.

Take a look at our list below at the top 5 beer gardens right here in Philly!

1. FRANKFORD HALL

Located at 1210 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Located at 1210 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125

2. MORGAN'S PIER

Located at 221 North Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Located at 221 North Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19123

3. SPRUCE STREET HARBOR PARK

Located at 301 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Located at 301 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106

4. PHS POP-UP GARDEN

Located at 1438 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Located at 1438 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

5. THE OVAL

Located at the Eakins Oval Philadelphia, PA 19130

Located at the Eakins Oval Philadelphia, PA 19130

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TREND ALERT - Boho's A Go!

You can throw your pastels and bright colored garments GOODBYE.

 Summer 2016 we will be continuing the 60s and 70s bohemian and mod trends but incorporating earth tones and dark vibes. This trend doesn’t have an age limit. Men and women alike can rock these looks from ages 15 – 50. Take these trends anywhere from work or even to Philly’s own Made In America music festival.

So grab your flowy tops, short-shorts, doll dresses, and John Lennon inspired glasses and STAND TOGETHER RIGHT NOW in fashion, of course.

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Fashion Week Highlights!

Fashion Week Highlights

Did you miss fashion week 2016? Don’t worry, we were watching it and we were loving it! From London to New York, designers were providing shock factors at every show. Here’s what you missed at all four of the major fashion weeks this spring:

Paris Fashion Week:

Demna Gvasalia made a successful debut at the Balenciaga show. The models strutted the runway donning floral gowns and checked couture suits. New York Times called this debut the “Bigeest Moment of the Month”.

Coach really got the party started at their show with a “high school bash” themed event. The show was perfected with fun styles, free-spirited models, and even a performance by Debby Henry!

London Fashion Week:

Alexander McQueen returned to London with an astonishing line complete with beautiful detail, quality textures, and elegant styles. As my favorite designer, I’d say they rocked this relaunch.

Burberry also left crowds speechless this month by surprising them with a “See Now Buy Now” show which complete with a Street Shop after party. You could actually purchase their apparel directly after the show!

Milan Fashion Week:

Milan Fashion Week was all about collaborations and debut’s. Attico was introduced to the fashion seen through their show which depicted robe-like wrap dresses and loungewear. They brought comfort to couture.

Gucci collaborated with the “Graffiti Ghost” to design luxury designer spray painted handbags that models donned at his MFW show this month. They took high fashion and produced street style.

New York Fashion Week:

Are you shocked Kanye West made our list? We didn’t think so. The Yeezy 3 show doubled as his album launch party for his new tracks on “The Life of Pablo”. With the Kardashian’s in tow, it was sure to be a success.

Last but not least, the biggest surprise of the month! Lady Gaga shocked fans when she strutted the runway during Marc Jacobs NYFW show. She wore the most elaborate look of all of the models, but she easily could have been mistaken for one with her fierce walk!

 

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Designer Spotlight!

Happy Thursday, Trendsetter’s!

This week I’ve decided to look into up-and-coming fashion brands in Philadelphia, PA. Philly has really been in the fashion spotlight the last couple of years so it was no wonder I came across the super cool collections of Black Wednesday.

Black Wednesday was created in 2011 by Drexel graduates Diana Bader and Lindsay Leichner. Their combined love of metal, leather, and glamorous darkness made for a super trendy and unique line that could appeal to consumers ranging from chic fashionista's to witchy vixens.

Their garments are locally and ethically made in the heart of Philly which leaves the clothes you are wearing totally traceable. Their use of the highest quality fabrics, leather, and hardware makes for lasting products that won’t go out of style.

Their items are sold at Ritual Ritual and The Geisha House in Philly and also on their website.

Need to see it for yourself? Check it out: www.shopblackwednesday.com

~ Until next time fashionistas ~

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Philadelphia in Full Bloom!


Every year in March, the Philadelphia Convention Center transforms from ordinary to spectacular with arrangements of flowers as far as the eye can see. 

2012. Paris theme. uwishunu.com

2012. Paris theme. uwishunu.com

The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation's largest and longest-running horticultural event, and features stunning displays by the world’s premier floral and landscape designers.

It all began in 1829 from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the Show introduces the newest plant varieties, garden and design concepts, and organic and sustainable practices. In addition to the major garden displays, the Flower Show hosts world-renowned competitions in horticulture and artistic floral arranging, gardening presentations and demonstrations, special events, a mammoth indoor Marketplace, and the Bloom Philly Festival in the weeks leading up to the Show.  

theflowershow.com

theflowershow.com

The Philadelphia Flower Show has been honored as the best event in the world by the International Festivals & Events Association, competing with events such as the Kentucky Derby Festival, Tournament of Roses Parade, Indianapolis 500 Festival, and other international celebrations.

Proceeds from the Flower Show benefit the year-round programs of PHS that have become national models of urban greening.

thesmithreport.com

thesmithreport.com

The 2016 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show will celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service and our country’s majestic natural landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture on March 5-13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The 2016 Flower Show theme “Explore America” will take visitors through acres of displays inspired by iconic parks like Acadia and Cape Cod, Valley Forge and Shenandoah, Yellowstone, Yosemite and many other parks and historic sites and created by the nation’s premier floral and garden designers. It's still not too late to get tickets and enjoy the wonderful show!

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