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Art Meets Commerce (and a giveaway!)

The city has been quite a buzz about “Savage Beauty” the extraordinary exhibition of the late Alexander McQueen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I find it breathtakingly beautiful, emotional, powerful, inspiring and there is no doubt Mr. McQueen was a creative genius. This is one of those times in my life where the art is so great I forget it’s commerce.

Pairing with Beso.com, a product search and discovery website that allows you to curate and personalize your shopping experience to what YOU like as well as shop all your favorite stores, I acquired this classic Alexander McQueen dress  to do a giveaway for y’all inspired by art and giving of commerce.

***Win a $300 Gift Certificate to shop till you drop on Beso.com!***

How to enter:  a winner has been chosen! 

1) Visit Beso.com and sign up to create a personal profile (takes 5 seconds)

2) Create your own list of product picks by selecting at least 10 of your favorite stores, brands or products by clicking the lil heart and watching it light up purple!

3) Come back here and leave a comment sharing your beso profile so I can see! Here is mine!

One profile will be chosen to receive a $300 gift certificate to Beso.com on Wednesday July 27th! Good Luck!

Inspired by McQueen… visiting the collection I feel moments of romanticism,strength, nature, and fear which I tried to capture while bearing the honor of wearing this legendary designer.

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Studying the anguish in Ugolino and his Sons

From “Statuesque

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Wandering through the statues

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Beauty that never fades.

fragment of a gold wreath, Greek ca 320-300 BC, MET

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