Kate Hudson And Fabletics Become Part Of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Charity

Bravo to actress Kate Hudson and her popular brand of women’s active wear and for connecting her fame to a very worth cause.

The star and her Fabletics line of colorful leggings and athleisure wear have stepped into the limelight supporting women’s health and the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer charity. According to the LATimes.com, Kate Hudson has teamed up with the Council of Fashion Designers of America to become this year’s ambassador. She is excited by the honor and realizes the disease of breast cancer hits home with most of us, making this announcement:

“When you think about it, it’s very scary, but we’ve come so far…We’ve got more and more survivors, but it’s something that’s still very much a part of our lives.”

Kate Hudson has launched a capsule collection of gorgeous fitness pieces to support the cause. October is breast cancer month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the most common cancer found in women around the globe, and pink feminine items mark its signature symbol at https://www.youtube.com/user/Fabletics.

The Fabletics brand has designed one pair of capri leggings, a bralette and two tank tops that women will love wearing. Kate Hudson has amped up her special collection in shades of pink to add a modern touch to the cause.

Fabletics has quickly gained in popularity worldwide, and the company is barely three years old. The online subscription retailer boasts more than one million VIP members and growing. Kate Hudson established the brand along with her other two co-founders, businessmen Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. The pair have been labeled branding geniuses, and so far, that title appears to hold merit.

Fabletics’ most popular item is their colorful and patterned leggings. Kate Hudson is also thrilled about debuting Fabletics’ new, high-waisted leggings. She says that these unique leggings are perfect for women who have had kids or even for those who haven’t but are looking for that support.

Fabletics offers subscription members significant savings when they join, with shoppers saving up to 50% off regular pricing and earning points towards free loyalty items. The line also includes yoga pants, tees, swimsuits and dresses and is made in-house at the company’s spacious Los Angeles headquarters. VIP members can even shop from the actress’ personal Fabletics closet each month.

To learn more about Kate Hudson and Fabletics, check out their shopping site here on fabletics.com.

SEC Whistleblower Financial Awards Reported By Labaton Sucharow

The U.S. Congress has created a fund for those who take part in the SEC whistleblower program totaling more than $400 million to make sure each individual receives their financial reward in a timely fashion. Jordan A. Thomas, an author of the Dodd-Frank Act that helped establish the SEC whistleblower program and is now head of a dedicated whistleblower team at the Labaton Sucharow law firm explains this fund also plays a key role in protecting the identity of each person entering the program.

Thomas believes the ability of each SEC whistleblower to receive their own financial reward when they supply high quality information to the SEC about financial wrong doing will play an important role in future cases brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission. While reporting the fact Labaton Sucharow had represented a whistleblower receiving the second largest financial reward in the six year history of the program at $17 million, attorney Thomas explained his belief that others in the financial industry would soon look to bring their own knowledge of financial irregularities to the SEC in return for a substantial financial reward. In fact, Thomas explained his personal view that in the future each case brought by the SEC would be kicked off by information provided by a whistleblower.

The SEC whistleblower program looks to develop a relationship with potential whistleblowers that is established upon the chance to receive between 10 and 30 percent of any fines levied by the SEC. The protection of each whistleblower is of key importance to the SEC and the team at Labaton Sucharow, including the rules allowing each whistleblower anonymity and the opportunity to retain their role in any company they work for. Jordan Thomas has already worked on cases protecting the identity of a whistleblower, which the SEC looks to protect by not naming which cases a whistleblower is involved in.

Jordan A. Thomas has brought his knowledge of the Dodd-Frank Act and the SEC whistleblower program to the Labaton Sucharow law firm, which draws on the fact aropund 78 percent of Americans would be willing to report wrongdoing in the workplace if their identity and employment were protected. Labaton Sucharow work with each whistleblower to make sure the correct information and timing is used to raise the alarm over financial wrongdoing with the SEC.

Doe Deere Explains Her Success

Doe Deere Ideamensch
Years back, there was a young girl selling temporary tattoos in Russia. She found a fun little novelty product and decided she loved it. She sported those temporary tattoos in such a way that others began asking her for them! The girl decided to sell them to her classmates and thus a small business began. She was doing it for fun but she was also doing it to make a statement. The girl could show her classmates that these temporary tattoos look good on her and convince them that they will look good on them too. It was a win-win situation and everyone felt confident because this young girl put them at ease.

That young girl is now a woman named Doe Deere and she’s the founder and CEO of a very popular makeup line called Lime Crime. Deere started Lime Crime much like the way she started that temporary tattoo business. Deere knew she was good at makeup and that she loved it. She was always able to take unique colors and put them together in such a way that look absolutely flawless on her face. Deere wasn’t happy with the makeup selection that was out there. The products of other companies didn’t help individuals to embrace their inner uniqueness. Deere is known as a magical unicorn and there are others who want to be known as the same when it comes to their makeup. That’s how Lime Crime was born. Read more: http://guestofaguest.com/los-angeles/interview/interview-lime-crimes-doe-deere-on-how-to-make-your-dreams-come-true

Lime Crime is a makeup line that is truly a reflection of Deere. They sell all different products online that help individuals to embrace their own unique look. It teaches them that it’s okay to wear fun lip shades like blues and purples. Just like Deere helped others rock the temporary tattoos, she’s helping men and women rock their own unique look.

Deere didn’t dive right into makeup, however. She actually started as a musician but that’s something that really helped her learn what it takes to be a successful business owner. Deere has been all around the world. She grew up in Russia and also lived in New York and Russia. Living in different places was instrumental for the development of her makeup line. She was able to see different people from all different walks of life. She was able to draw inspiration from how others do their makeup and what others look good. Deere has a unique look because she’s never been afraid to experiment. She never wanted to just blend in with the crowd. She wears bright colors and is known to match her lips to her hair. Whatever she does, however, she looks flawless and now she’s helping others to nail the same look.

Deere’s products are all vegan-friendly, long-lasting, and high-quality. They are products that anyone would be happy with. Deere doesn’t sell anything that she wouldn’t wear herself and that’s important. It’s key to see the CEO loving the products that she puts out! This gives others the confidence they need to embrace their own inner unicorn.

Magnises Card: A Utility Card That Allows Its Users Access To Exclusive Events And Venues

Ever wished you had a magic wand that you could wave and instantly have access to exclusive events & venues, backstage of concerts, and even private planes and boats? Well, the Magnises card lets you do exactly that. Magnises club is an exclusive social club founded by Billy McFarland that holds exclusive events. The exclusive events hosted by Magnises are not only fun and vibrant, but they also give Magnises users an opportunity to network with people from various industries.

The card is not only about the perks of living a lush life but has some practical uses too. You can link the Magnises Card to Debit or Credit card for payment purposes. Billy spoke about their target market being working millennials of ages 21 years and 35 years. 85% of the current Magnises holders are of ages 21 years and 29 years. His goal with Magnises is to build a fully integrated platform that tries to connect working millennials with new business opportunities both online and offline.

The company has partnered with various restaurants, clubs, fitness centers, among other businesses in New York. Magnises has also partnered with Hip Hop rappers Rick Ross and Ja Rule where card members can attend their private shows. The rapper, Ja Rule is said to be working on a venture with the startup to grow it further. Cardholders also enjoy discounted helicopter rides with Blade to the Hamptons.

Magnises was founded in 2013 but has over 6,000 users each paying an annual fee of $250. To date, the company has raised over $3 million in venture capital. Activities, events, and deals are readily available on the mobile app affiliated with Magnises membership.

Prospective members fill out an online application, which is scrutinized by the Magnises team before approval to join. Their vetting process is factored upon the person’s engagement frequency with the card. They approve members from various industries such as tech, finance, fashion, arts, music and so on. This diversity is key because it allows its members to broaden their network beyond just their professional industry.

Billy McFarland, a 23-year-old explained his incredible success at such a young age. He claimed that he was always driven and that he knew in his mind what he wanted to do. With the phrase ‘drop out’ being sensitive to him, he deferred from college during his freshman year for ‘a few’ semesters to build and grow his business, something he claims was a “No brainer.” He took that risk because he already had some experience with starting companies.

Billy shed light on his life before college. He revealed to have always been crafty. During his middle school, he used to sneak cell phones in class to keep in contact with customers and leaving school all together while in high school to hold meetings during the lunch period.