Tag: Best Version

Vintage Never Looked Better

Vintage and consignment shops have never looked better! Please stand up right now and march to your local salvation army, flea market and boutique vintage stores in your area for clothing/books/furniture/jewelry that won’t break the budget (some will but it’s worth it). I spotted this beautiful DVF (Diane von Furstenberg) for dare I say it…$20! Here it is hanging out waiting for me to put her on.…

How Bernadett Bled Her Way Through The May Issue of O Magazine

Have you ever wanted to call in sick to work because you had cramps, heavy bleeding, been emotionally and physically exhausted and didn’t feel like being half naked in a room full of people, where you are the main focus? I found myself facing that very situation. At a recent shoot for O, the Oprah Magazine, where I’d been asked to model lingerie for their yearly Body Issue, a testament to body love and self acceptance, but this time, I couldn’t call out sick.  As I walked into the brightly lit photography studio, I saw the racks of nude lingerie awaiting me, as well as my co-model for the shoot, a beautiful, elegant size-zero model resembling Lupita Nyong’o.…

Watch Bernadett On The Katie Couric Show

Don’t you just love affordable trends? Watch as I was featured as one of the models with Kate Dimmock from People Style Watch on the Katie Couric Show. Watch the segment here and see what Katie says about my hair. It’s a red headed thing! Here are a couple behind the scene pictures with some of the other models from that day.…

Inspiring High School Students, One School At a Time #BestVersion

I had the honor of being the keynote speaker at the Winnacunnet High School’s JAG Program (Jobs for America’s Graduates) in Hampton, New Hampshire on Tuesday evening.    The mission of NH-JAG is to affect positive change in the lives of young people, by raising awareness of the future, increasing leadership skills that promote educational success and developing conscious personal and career choices through collaboration with parents, schools, employers and community organizations.…