Why Soak?

Why Soak?

Every woman out there needs a pair of Soaks Whether you’re commuting from work, going shopping to yoga or poolside to cocktails… our slides are the answer! Aching feet, subjected to hours of torturous stilettos now have a solution. Soaks are the answer to...

Why SOAK

Every woman out there needs a pair of Soaks. Whether you’re commuting from work, going shopping to yoga or poolside to cocktails… our slides are the answer! Aching feet, subjected to hours of torturous stilettos now have a solution. Soaks are the answer to...
We’re a Rising Star Finalist!

We’re a Rising Star Finalist!

Exciting news in the new year. We’ve got mail. Great mail. A few weeks ago, we found out that Soak has been nominated for a Fashion Group International Rising Star award! We’re not ones to count our eggs before they hatch or celebrate too soon, but this news is...
On Success

On Success

When we started Soak, we knew we wanted to measure success in many forms: in women inspired, shoes sold, American jobs created, smiles flashed, outfits completed, friends made, and feet spared from blisters and bunions. The list goes on, but we’ll refrain before we...
Mother: ‘To Be or Not to Be’ ?

Mother: ‘To Be or Not to Be’ ?

I love being a mom more than anything on earth.  I consider it my biggest and best achievement. The demands of being an entrepreneur, as anyone knows are quite intense. I never stop working on Soak, not on vacation, not on weekends–I am passionate about what I...
Balance in Design: Lessons from a Master

Balance in Design: Lessons from a Master

One of the highlights of my career was working for Roberto Menichetti, the former Creative Director of Burberry, Cerutti and Celine. I was a fashion editor for Town&Country magazine and we were reviewing the Burberry collection.  Before I knew it I was having a...
Professor by Night

Professor by Night

Last week I was invited to be a guest moderator via Skype, for a fashion class, by Elena’s fabulous sister, Erica Corsano.  Erica is a lifestyle editor at the Boston Herald and she teaches a weekly class at Mass Art.  She thought it would be insightful for her...

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