Gone is the frumpy housewife of old and in its place is a fashion savvy woman who has learnt to dress for her figure and educated herself on designers to boot. The tranformation of the Prime Minister's wife, Sarah Brown, has certainly catapulted her into the style stakes.I admit that I am not Sarah Brown's biggest fan but I do admit that the makeover has been quite remarkable. And good for her. Sarah shows women across the UK that they can look good if they find the clothes to suit. Indeed...Read Full Story
This month, we sat down with Sarah Brown, the latest addition to The LAMPpost blogging team and student at the CUNY Graduate Center. Look for Sarah’s posts here every other week, with another one coming up this week. In the meantime, check out her previous posts!
First, the classic: What did you do during your summer vacation? My husband and I went to Alaska. It was something we had been planning for a long time. It was pretty much the exact opposite of being in NYC. I read a...Read Full Story
. . . with thoughts still lingering on the sandy shores of bora bora, it is no surprise that, on this late-winter day, drawn to the sea-inspired creations of jeweller, sarah brown, whose irregular and beautiful compositions, woven together of island legends and tales of creatures beneath the sea, come together in collections of enchanting, evocative pieces drenched in a sense of curiosity and the unknown . . .Read Full Story
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What lurks beneath Sarah Brown's long dress? Photo: Getty Images
Like many of us, even the U.K. prime minister's wife has less-than-perfect feet.
Today's Telegraph reports that Sarah Brown (wife of Gordon) revealed her scrunched toes at a visit to a Hindu temple over the weekend, making us all feel a bit better about our own corns, bunions, calluses and otherwise knobby feet.
The paper interviewed a podiatrist who evaluated the photo of Mrs. Brown...Read Full Story
Sarah Brown, Pai Skincare
I was first inspired to create a natural skincare range after years of suffering from a bad skin allergy.
Doctors told me that the only treatment was to take high dose anti-histamine tablets on a daily basis.
Fed up with popping pills that just masked the problem, I decided to take matters into my own hands.
I started researching all the products I used, to see if there were common ingredients triggering my attacks.
What I discovered shocked me:
* Many chemicals...Read Full Story