Better Homes & Gardens Magazine Unveils Seventh Annual September Stylemaker Issue

Annual Issue Features Influencers Including Joy the Baker, Lili Diallo and Barri Leiner Grant

Better Homes & Gardens (BH&G), the leading lifestyle brand reaching 40 million consumers a month published by Meredith Corporation (www.meredith.com), today released its seventh annual Stylemaker issue, highlighting creative forces and tastemakers who influence the worlds of beauty, food, home design, and entertaining. The issue is available on newsstands today.

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Better Homes & Gardens’ seventh annual September Stylemaker issue

The cover features interiors stylist and author, Lili Diallo. Diallo joins 39 other Stylemakers from all ages and walks of life who shape the way we decorate, cook, garden, organize, dress, and celebrate.

The Stylemakers featured in this issue embody the Better Homes & Gardens brand,” says Stephen Orr, Editor-in-Chief of Better Homes & Gardens. “Just as we do with our own content, these influencers were chosen for their ability to reach, engage with and inspire our readers in various aspects of their daily lives.”

The 2017 BH&G Stylemakers include:

  • Joy Wilson: Food writer and photographer known as Joy the Baker. Her blog attracts over 600,000 unique visitors a month.
  • Helen Norman: Fashion and lifestyle photographer and owner of Star Bright Farm in Maryland.
  • Lior Lev Sercarz: Owner of spice shop La Boite in New York and author of The Spice Companion.
  • Jean Brownhill: CEO of Sweeten, a company founded to help homeowners planning a renovation find the right contractor and navigate trouble spots.
  • Gregg Renfrew: Founder of Beautycounter, a non-toxic beauty brand that aims to get safer products in the hands of everyone.
  • Dallas Shaw: Fashion illustrator, style expert, and author of The Way She Wears It.
  • Kim Ficaro: Prop and interiors stylist who recently launched her own home collection with an e-commerce store, Totem Home, for which she collaborates with artisans in Mexico and Morocco on a range of designs.

To celebrate the issue, Better Homes & Gardens is hosting its sixth annual Stylemaker event at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge on September 28th. Over 80 top influencers and tastemakers are expected to join for a day of classes, workshops, and panels.

Stylemaker is an annual event that brings to life the pages of Better Homes & Gardens with a day of thoughtfully curated panels and activities,” says Stephen Bohlinger, Group Publisher. “We pride ourselves on our ability to reach a wide audience who trust us for guidance on everything from decorating, gardening and food to health, beauty, and fashion. Stylemaker is a way for us to showcase our strengths across all those verticals.

Sponsors of the event include Bertolli, Gymboree, and Torani.

For more information about Better Homes & Gardens Stylemaker go to: www.bhg.com/stylemaker

New Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series Launches for 2017

Tommy Bahama introduces the Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series, custom-designed fan apparel, featuring 40 of the top universities across the country. Additional schools will be added throughout the year. Designed to appeal to students, alumni, and families, the Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series features University logoed polo shirts, camp shirts and half zip pullovers in college colors and details that are packed with school spirit. (The Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series was developed in conjunction with licensing partners IMG College Licensing, LLC, Fermata Partners, Learfield Licensing Partners and 289c Apparel, Ltd. )

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Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series

We’re very excited about the new Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series and the opportunity to expand our existing sport product offering that includes MLB and NFL,” says Doug Wood, CEO of Tommy Bahama. “The collegiate series offers our guests a well-rounded selection of upscale fan apparel that showcases their favorite college.”

The Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series features some of the brand’s signature styles in a range of college colors, each embroidered with the school’s logo. Styles are offered in two fits: the existing Standard Fit and the new Trim Fit, which is slimmer through the body and sleeves. Key styles in the new Trim Fit include: the Clubhouse MVP, a DryTech polo in college colors with logo on left chest; the Camp Safari Polo, an all over palm print polo; and the Tiki Time Camp shirt, a classic Hawaiian print shirt in school colors to display your school pride and Aloha style.

Offered in Standard Fit, the Collegiate Emfielder, Clubhouse Alumni Polo, Collegiate Fez Fronds, Catalina Twill Camp and Campus Flip, a reversible half zip pullover, are all a great way to show support for your favorite school. The Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series suggested retail prices range from $110 – $165.

Tommy Bahama is also celebrating its debut in the collegiate market with a sweepstakes to win a trip to the 2017 Maui Jim Maui Invitational, the premier early season college basketball tournament. The Tommy Bahama Maui Jim Maui Invitational Sweepstakes is the ultimate prize for any college basketball fan — a trip for two and all access VIP tickets to the 2017 Maui Jim Maui Invitational held in Maui, November 20-22. The prize also includes airfare, lodging, dinner at the Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Bar & Store in Wailea and a $1,000 Tommy Bahama gift card to use in store or online. The Tommy Bahama Maui Jim Maui Invitational Sweepstakes runs from August 14-September 12 at Tommy Bahama retail stores and online. Continue reading