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Summer Book Signings at Urban Zen

by Alice Cruickshank Photographed by Brooke Shields==Opening Night Arrivals for "Kinky Boots"==Al Hirschfeld Theatre, NYC==April 04, 2013==©Patrick McMullan==photo-Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcMullan.com====
Tuesday, June 30, 2015

A series of special book signings are coming to Sag Harbor this July.


Urban Zen on Bay Street will be hosting three author events over the coming month, which are open to everyone.


“FASHION LIVES: Fashion Icons” by Fern Mallis, July 10 6-8pm

This unique insight into the American fashion industry includes 19 unique interviews with designers including Tom Ford, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Michael Kors and Oscar de la Renta. The former CFDA director provides an invaluable insight on how to succeed in the fashion world, and provides never-before-seen personal photos from these American style icons.


“There was a Little Girl” by Brooke Shields, July 31 6-8pm

Already a best-selling author, actress and model Brooke Shields presents her newest book, about her relationship with her mother and how it shaped her own take on motherhood. After her mother received much negative press following her death, Shields penned this heartwarming and brutally honest memoir to set the record straight.


“Yoga for Life” by Colleen Saidman Yee, August 28 6-8pm

Sag Harbor’s Yoga Shanti studio might be virtually impossible to book in to, but thankfully its founder shares all about her technique in this new book. The New York Times’ ‘First Lady of Yoga’ will be on hand to talk about how she found clarity, fulfillment and her true self thanks to the healing powers of this spiritual art form.


Photo from patrickmcmullan.com


 



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