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Tuesday
Jan192010

Jordan Christy

WHO: JORDAN CHRISTY
WHAT:
MUSIC PUBLICIST AND AUTHOR OF “HOW TO BE A HEPBURN IN A HILTON WORLD”
WHERE:
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
VISIT:
www.jordanchristy.com

FFF loves… this witty and fabulous guide on how to stay classic, gorgeous and graceful.

What are your staples?
Skirts, heels and jackets. Those three items can be so versatile, so I always stock up on them.

What are your indulgences?
Dresses - I go to a lot of events that require me to get out of my pajamas, so I love shopping for dresses - Chloe, Marc Jacobs, Nicole Miller, etc.

What can’t you live without?
M.A.C.
lip gloss. Enough said.

What is past its use-by-date?
My Chuck Taylor’s. I can’t believe I’m admitting this, but I’ve had them since I was a junior in high school! I wear them so much, I just can’t bring myself to part with them.

What is your wardrobe craving?
Ruffles and buttons! At the risk of sounding like a crazy person, I will be honest and tell you that I cannot get enough ruffles and buttons into my wardrobe. I don’t care if it’s a military jacket or leather skirt - if it has ruffles or buttons on it, you can be sure that I’ll probably be buying it.

About Jordan Christy:
Jordan Christy is a music publicist and has worked with dozens of artists and celebrities, in addition to various TV and media outlets. She has also written for local and national fashion magazines and music trade publications. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband Drew and their baby girl Paisley.

About How to be a Hepburn in a Hilton World:
In a society driven by celebutante news and myspace profiles, women of class, style and charm are hard to come by. The Audrey and Katharines of the world continue to lose their lustre as thongs, rehab and outrageous behaviour burn up the daily headlines. But, despite appearances, guys still want a girl they can take home to their mother, employers still like to see a tailored suit and peers still respect classy conduct. So is it possible to maintain old fashioned virtues in a modern world without looking like a starchy Amish grandma? Christy shows women how in this guide to glamorous style, professional success and true love…the classy way.  Full of fun assignments, notable names and real-life examples, Christy offers a new look at seemingly ‘old fashioned’ advice. She covers diet, speech, work ethic, friends, relationships, manners, makeup and fashionable yet modest clothing, showing modern ladies how they can be beautiful, intelligent and fun while retaining values and morals.