th a pocketful of impressive statistics, University of Houston System chancellor and president Renu Khator drew the crowd in the River Oaks Country Club ballroom to full attention as she touted everything UH, from its research and licensing prowess to the success of the 5-0 football team.
Saks Fifth Avenue hosted the Kick Off party for the upcoming Passion for Fashion luncheon in the shoe department, always a favorite spot, where guests mingled and discussed holiday plans. Luncheon co-chair Mary Ann McKeithan greeted the well-heeled crowd solo, as compadre Kelli Cohen Fein was under the weather. McKeithan gave a preview of the March 12, 2014 event at […]
The shoe salon of Saks Fifth Avenue was the venue, Wednesday, November 20 as the portraits for the 2014 ABC-13’s Women of Distinction presented by Mercedes-Benz Dealers of Greater Houston were unveiled to the former honorees of the event. There was a lot of conversation and oohing and aahing as the guests viewed the photos […]
In Texas, the stars shine big and bright, which was especially true when the University of Houston celebrated three legendary luminaries of fashion and merchandising. On October 16, UH’s Merchandising Star Awards recognized members of the retail community for their contributions to the industry. Presented by the UH Retailing and Consumer Sciences program, this luncheon […]
Houston, TX- Fashion consultant and blogger Roz Pactor takes us back to the fashions of the 1960’s that have influenced us today. http://www.khou.com/great-day/gdh_7-16-13_seg1-215681951.html Related posts: Sorry, There Are No Related Post.
Whether you think of it as a power color or the color of love, red should be a primary color in your closet. “Red is such a fabulous color because it looks great on everybody,” says fashion enthusiast Roz Pactor.It’s her signature shade and the color of her number one accessory: her glasses! However, she […]
Steve Tyrell’s 10th album, “It’s Magic, The Songs of Sammy Cahn,” debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Jazz charts (behind Michael Buble’s “To Be Loved”), and Tyrell was ready to party in his hometown. Johnny Carrabba opened up his elegant and inviting Memorial-area home for his cousin’s CD release party. Tyrell, a Houston native, comes home often […]
Handbag designer Cornelia Guest visited Tootsies to help drum up support for the Oct. 16 “Salute to Retail” luncheon benefiting the University of Houston Retailing and Consumer Science Program. In the crowd: Luncheon chair Soraya McClelland, Leisa Holland Nelson, Mickey Rosmarin, Scott McClelland, Clifford Pugh, Shelby Hodge and Shafik Rifaat, Roz Pactor, Gabriela and Daniel Dror, Bobbie […]
The On the Move Luncheon benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society sold out for the fourth consecutive year, drawing 420 supporters to Hotel Zaza. Franelle Rogers chaired, with honorary chairs Nancy and Cardon Gerner Honoree Roz Pactor, a stylish dynamo famous for her red glasses, got a standing ovation for her community work. Her brother, the Grammy Award-winning Steve Tyrell, presented the award. It’s […]
The little black dress never, ever goes out of style. That’s why Houston’s stylish ones turned out for the 4th annual Little Black Dress Project this week at the House of Blues’ Foundation Room. The event was organized by Neal Hamil Agency, sponsored by Momentum Porsche and benefited the Fashion Group Foundation of Houston. Fashion students from […]