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Designer Brand #Chanel Fashion Show in Havana Cuba! (RMNOnline.net)


Designer Brand Chanel S.A.'s Fashion Show in Havana Cuba! Featured @ RMNOnline Fashion Group.



Fashionistas and celebrities from around the world headed to Havana Cuba for the exclusive fashion show by Chanel on Tuesday May 3rd.

It was a star-studded party the cultured Island has seen for years! Actress and model Tilda Swinton, actor Vin Diesel and supermodel Gisele Bundchen joined members of the Castro family to view the Resort 2017 collection, which saw the brand take over Paseo del Prado, one of the city's central streets that was closed down for the event.







http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/04/fashion/cuba-chanel-fashion-show/index.html

Tory Burch: Billionaire Fashion Designer Talks Performance and More on Bloomberg TV (RMNOnline.net)





Tory Burch, co-CEO of Tory Burch Brand discusses the company's performance, growth and online presence. She speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." Featured here at RMNOnline Fashion Group. For Promotional Use Only! (Source: Bloomberg)

P.S. Also featured @ RJOVenturesInc.com

Designer Kenneth Cole opens boutique in Haiti (RMNOnline.net)

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Kenneth Cole has opened a boutique in Haiti that the designer says will bring commercial and humanitarian benefit to the poor Caribbean country.

The store celebrated its grand opening Thursday, November 6, 2014 in a hotel complex in Petionville. The district in the hills above downtown Port-au-Prince has rebounded from the devastation of the January 2010 earthquake and is now the major commercial center of the capital.

Kenneth Cole Productions says a portion of profits from the sale of clothing and accessories will go to the Kenneth Cole Haiti Health Center in the impoverished Cite Soleil on the northern edge of the capital. A company statement announcing the new boutique says the center is providing medical care to hundreds of thousands of people in the metropolitan area.


Images by: Dieu Nalio Chery
Featured @ RMNOnline Fashion Group (For Promotional Use Only)

SFLHCC's Hispanic Women's Society Network "The Little Pink Dress" Luncheon (RMNOnline.net)

















Recap: The South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFLHCC's) Hispanic Women's Society Network "Fashionably Pink Luncheon."

Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014
Location: The Biltmore Hotel  (Alhambra Ballroom) | Coral Gables, Florida
Moderator: Michelle Febres, Vice President (National Marketing Group Services, Inc.)
Panelists: Dr. Gladys L. Giron, MD (Medical Oncology, Baptist Health Breast Center); Dora Escobedo, BSN MSN, ARNP, Baptist Health Breast Center; Lilian J. Cosio, LUTCF Principal Services Professional & Principal, Cosio Financial Services Inc., New York Life

Premier Platinum Sponsors: United Healthcare South Florida; AT&T; Macy's; Blue Rack by Magda; Baptist Health South Florida; Catholic Hospice; SunTrust; Tabelina; tenet Health 

In Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Photo Credit: Richard John (RJO Ventures, Inc.) and proud member of the South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (#SFLHCC)

Fashion Recap: First Lady Michelle Obama Hosts #FashionEdu for Her #ReachHigher2020 Initiative | (RMNOnline.net)

First Lady Michelle Obama Speaks at the Fashion Education Workshop (Featured @ RMNOnline Fashion Group)

A very inspiring speech from our First Lady! @MichelleObama #fashionedu @reachhigher2020 
Picture Courtesy of: @dvf

First Lady @michelleobama #fashionedu. Photo by: @doublenrich.

The First Lady @michelleobama with our First Lady of Fashion @voguemagazine #FashionEdu @whitehouse @reachhigher2020
Photo by: @zac_posen


Technical design. Pattern making. Production management. Construction. The fashion professionals at today's #FashionEdu Workshop talked with students about the shortage of workers with these skills. Getting a college degree gives students the opportunity to master these techniques as they enter the industry. #ReachHigher (Photo by: Georgina Chapman)


Education is encouragement: The draping process with the students has begun @whitehouse #FashionEDU @michelleobama


Fashion group at the White House ! Zac , Vera, Edward, Naomi, Lazaro ! @edward_enninful @iamnaomicampbell @lazaro @zac_posen Wonderful evening ! Love Diane @michelleobama #fashionedu
Photo by: Diane von Fürstenberg


The #zacposen #class setup at the @whitehouse today for #FashionEDU @michelleobama @reachhigher2020 @FLOTUS

"We want you to see firsthand that a solid education and the willingness to work hard is really at the core of what it’s going to take to achieve your goals: education and hard work." — The First Lady to #FashionEdu, Thank you to all the leaders in the fashion industry who encouraged the students at today's Fashion Education Workshop to "Reach Higher" in their education.

Designer @zac_posen with #fashionedu students at @michelleobama's @reachhigher2020 workshop at the @whitehouse
Picture by: Lucky Magazine 


Gorgeous display of gowns worn by @michelleobama at the @whitehouse
Photo by: Nneya Richards


Students participate in the first ever White House Fashion education initiative by the First Lady Michelle Obama.
Photo by: @azede 

First Lady Michelle Obama Hosts #FashionEdu for Her #ReachHigher2020 Initiative. Featured at 'RMNOnline Fashion Group' (Click Here For More Pics)

Ten Minute Feature on QVC Made Jamie Kern Lima a $100 Million Cosmetics Mogul (RMNOnline.net)


Ten Minute Feature on QVC Made Jamie Kern Lima a $100 Million Cosmetics Mogul! Featured @ RMNOnline Fashion Group | Rymatica Online. - For Promotional Use Only - 




Jamie Kern Lima, 37, had founded IT Cosmetics out of her small Studio City, Calif. apartment in 2008, after quitting her job as a local news anchor. 

For two years, Lima had mailed her products to QVC merchants for consideration to no avail. But then one day, network executives stumbled upon Bye Bye Undereye at an industry trade show in New York City. Shortly thereafter, Lima found herself boarding a plane to West Chester, Pa., where QVC headquarters are located, arriving one week ahead of her scheduled debut.

“The whole week before, I just came out to the QVC parking lot and sat there,” Jamie Kern Lima says. “I stayed for a week at the Sheraton -- which is the hotel everyone here stays at -- just prepping for that 10 minutes, trying to process what was about to happen.”



One hundred and six million American viewers tune in to QVC, according to Doug Rose, SVP of marketing and programming.

“Our customers are shopping not so much because of a desire to buy something as they are engaged in learning about what’s new, meeting interesting people and hearing their stories,” he says. “We talk a lot about storytelling being one of our superpowers as a retailer.”

IT Cosmetics has grown at an exponential rate. After counting 5 employees and posting revenues of $1 million in its first year, today Jamie Kern Lima has amassed a staff of 60 and annual earnings of more than $100 million.

Miss Universe Pageant will be in Doral, Jan. 2015! (RMNOnline.net)


Doral will be the new spot for the Miss Universe Pageant in 2015.

"... an important economic stimulator for the community." Mayor Luigi Boria said.

The event will be held January 18th, 2015 at the Trump National located at 4400 NW 87th Ave.

Congratulations Kelly Rowland! She's now an Caress® Fabulista Spokesmodel for 2014 (RMNOnline.net)



Kelly Rowland gives a fabulous welcome as a Caress® Fabulista for 2014.

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/caress
Instagram: http://instagram.com/caressskin
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/caressskin/

Recap: Donna Karan Fashion Show at the SLS Hotel South Beach | #RMNOnline

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Donna Karan brought a little bohemian flair to South Beach over the weekend. The designer hosted a runway show at the SLS Hotel featuring her new 2014 spring line.

"Knowing your body is the most important thing and obviously people in Miami know their body." 
- Donna Karan

"Indigos and the sand and prints that I had done in India, which are all hand blocked, leather. Great big hat, love the hat." 

"And also, your shoulders never gain weight. It's the only place on your body I guarantee you will never get wrinkled and you will never gain weight on."



"You can never have enough skinny pants, you can never have enough scarfs, cover up the top the way you want to cover it up. I wouldn't wear short dresses, if you don't look good in short dresses I find that very upsetting, and being comfortable in flat shoes, if your shoes hurt, don't wear them." 

"Most people go to these events and they're wearing these amazing shoes and you see them walking out, ahhhh, they can't even walk."

Source: WSVN7

©2012 Exclusive Model Interview w/ The Award Winning, Professional, Sexy, Miss Haiti: Nayeli Fanfan [www.RMNOnline.net]

1. Rymatica Models Network: Nayeli! Thank you for taking the time for this interview! How you've been?
Nayeli Fanfan: Thank you for the interview. I’ve been doing well, thank you.
2. Rymatica Models Network: First off, congratulations on winning the 2012 WCOPA (World Championships of Performing Arts) competition in Los Angeles! How did that come about and what steps did you take that provided you a chance to not only compete but win?
Nayeli Fanfan: The national scout for Haiti, Nadege Telfort, was the one who first told me about the “2012 World Championships of Performing Arts.” I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to showcase my talent as a model and represent my country “HAITI” in Los Angeles. 

I spent ten busy and stressful days in Los Angeles. I had to make sure I prepared myself mentally and physically everyday and remained focus. Making new friends made it more fun for me at times. I was eager to learn from the many industry professionals that were present, such as Darienne Arnold, former international model/ scout from LA model agency and Rene Horsch, head fashion stylist for Nolan Miller/ Mark Zunino). I would sit in the front row during the workshops and boot camps. First, we had the preliminary competition, which was nerve racking. I was anxious to compete against so many other countries. Second, was the semifinals were it became more competitive. As I made it for the finals, I then
became more confident and felt I had a greater chance of winning. One goal in mind “Win for Haiti.” The big day finally arrived and I knew it would be up to me to show the world and convince the judges that Haiti has talent and can compete on a world stage. As I walked on the stage wearing a red hot dress by celebrity designer Mark Zunino, I felt so proud and blessed to finally hear the host announce the winner, 'HAITI' “Nayeli Fanfan” for 2012 best female model of the world. In a nutshell, loving what you do, having a goal, working hard at it, staying focused, motivated, humble and being friendly with others, having a support system, working hard, all those helped me to win.
What does winning the championship means to me? Whenever I triumph in this life as a Haitian woman, I am able to showcase the values, beauty and talents of my country Haiti. In other words, when I win, Haiti wins!

3. Rymatica Models Network: How did you get into modeling and how long have you been modeling?
Nayeli Fanfan: I started modeling around sixteen, seventeen years old in Haiti. I have more than twelve years of modeling experience but those years were interrupted with my nursing school and my countless hours working in the hospital setting as a licensed Registered Nurse. I was never able to do modeling full time. Shortly after emerging into the world of fashion, I entered and won a series of pageants and beauty contests, where I earned great recognition. I was crowned Miss Inter-College in 2000 (Miami, Florida), Miss Florida in 2003 (Miami, Florida) and Miss Haiti International 2004 (Paris, France). I appeared on the international runway and magazine print of several cities such as: Miami, New York, São Paulo, Paris, Nassau, Guayaquil and Dublin, just to name a few. I am the face of various products in South America such as Jeep SUV, Quaker Oat, Maisabrosa, Vodka, Whiskey, Mr choc chocolate, etc.

4. Rymatica Models Network: The modeling business demands a lot of work, especially behind the scenes. How do you stay motivated or inspired?
Nayeli Fanfan: Yes, it is a very demanding business. My motivation and inspiration comes from my passion for it. I love what I do. Once on stage, I am able to travel to another world, a world that I can modify as I please, my world, my space, my fairy tale! Something that no one can experience but me. Just like a musician, when he plays, he gets transported to another world, that is the feeling I get and the magic I look forward to after all these long hours of casting, rehearsal, fittings, hair, make-up and preparations. That magic keeps me motivated and inspired.
5. Rymatica Models Network: You have a great physical look and lovely smile. "A picture says a thousand words." We figure that you have a friendly personality to match, probably on the business side of modeling too. Is it so?
Nayeli Fanfan: I consider myself very friendly and easy going. I love smiling. I express myself differently when I work with people who don’t care and those who refuse to meet the minimum standard of ethics, professionalism and presentation. Too all smiley face there are limits.
6. Rymatica Models Network: How do you keep yourself in great shape and in good health?
Nayeli Fanfan: I keep myself in great shape by applying good eating habits, remaining hydrated and dancing. I don’t really like exercising at the gym; I find it boring at times. I prefer dancing in the house or with friends a form of exercising. As a Registered Nurse, I learned the consequences of bad eating habits and the disease caused by them. I then decided to slow down on fat, carbs and sugar to avoid fatigue, diseases and obesity.
7. Rymatica Models Network: You're inspiring many aspiring young models out there. Any advice you would like to share with them?
Nayeli Fanfan: I would like them to make sure they remain prepared. Success occurs when preparation meets opportunity. Be aware that the modeling industry is very competitive and challenging. You must love it in order to do it; you must have a strong personality to deal with rejections and must have patience to deal with castings and countless hours for hair and makeup before the show. Modeling is like the lottery, more chances to lose then to win but keep at it because you never know when you just might get rewarded.

8. Rymatica Models Network: So what's next for you in 2013 Nayeli?
Nayeli Fanfan: I am looking forward for my company “NFMODELING, INC.” to blossom. My company focuses on training aspiring models and empowering the girls. I have various seminars and private counseling set up for the year and I am really looking forward to making a difference in those girls' lives and hope they learn as much as they can from my personal experience in the industry.
9. Rymatica Models Network: Anything else you would like to share or mention to the audience that we haven't asked?
Nayeli Fanfan: My next modeling seminar: December 8th •Modeling training seminar •Hampton Inn hotel conference room 7801 SW 6th street, Plantation, FL., 33324 •$40.00 •12 noon to 3:00 PM •info@nfmodeling.com. Please visit my website www.nayelifanfan.com

10. Rymatica Models Network: Nayeli's choices:
Nayeli Fanfan:
Color: Purple/Black
Music: Zouk
Clothing Brand: Cache, bebe, BCBG
Movie Genre: Comédie
Food: Pasta Alfredo, Peanut Butter/ Bagels, Conch/ Black Rice, Lasagna
Fast Food Treats: Wendy’s chocolate frosty dairy
Book: The Bible
Perfume: Jean Paul Gaultier
Day of the Week: Friday and Saturday
Magazine: Vogue, Essence
Activity: Dancing, modeling, Socializing with friends/ family
11. Rymatica Models Network: Thank you for this interview Nayeli! We will definitely keep an eye out for you and wish you continued success! In closing, where can the people find you on the internet?
Nayeli Fanfan: www.nayelifanfan.com, I also have facebook, twitter and instagram.

More info
What is WCOPA? The World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA) is the first and only international competition to find the best aspiring performing artists worldwide. This competitive contest which is held annually in Hollywood, California is often referred to as the "Olympics of the Performing Arts." Competitors of every age are judged in acting, singing, dancing, modeling, instrumentalists and a variety of categories. Like the Olympics, the finest aspiring competitors from different countries are qualified and invited. Every contestant attending the World Championships of Performing Arts system has been screened, qualified and selected under specific guidelines. Founded by Griff O'Neil in 1996, The World Championships has sought out and found the next WorldStars from over 70,000 applicants and 47 countries in its decade-long competition, which culminates in an annual televised final awards show in Hollywood, California.
©2012 Exclusive Model Interview w/ The Award Winning, Professional, Sexy, Miss Haiti: Nayeli Fanfan [www.RMNOnline.net]