Self-Care Saturday at M.M. LaFleur NYC
Saturday, January 25 from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
M.M.LaFleur Bryant Park – 130 W. 42nd Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
Listen up, Ladies! It’s time to treat yourself to Self-Care Saturday at M.M. LaFleur!
Browse their latest collection, meet amazing women, and enjoy these exciting treats:
- Smoothie-tasting bar and a special offer from Splendid Spoon
- Self-care goodie bag with any purchase of $250+
- Mini skin consultations by Heyday
- Meditation and stretching
- Light bites and drinks
The women’s fashion and styling powerhouse may not be a Japanese company selling Japanese clothing, but its founder and CEO, Sarah LaFleur, is half Japanese, and its Creative Director, Miyako Nakamura, is Japanese. M.M. LaFleur delivers outfits, shoes, and accessories to customers in a Bento Box, and last fall they started The Omakase Menu, an initiative that creates two weeks’ worth of outfits with pieces that are all designed to go together.
Their staff also employs the Japanese concept of kizukai, or “empathy in action,” with each other and with their customers. Go to Self-Care Saturday, and you’ll feel the omotenashi!
I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Sarah LaFleur last year for The Big Root podcast. We talked about Japanese identity and what being hafu means. Please listen to it here!
No RSVP is required to attend Self-Care Saturday. Show up and enjoy these special activities.
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Mini Skin Consultations with Heyday
A Heyday therapist will take a look at what is happening deep in your skin, give you advice on how to reach your skincare goals, and answer questions.
First come, first served
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Smoothie Tasting Bar with Splendid Spoon
Try Splendid Spoon’s AB&J, Blackberry Basil, Pumpkin Spice, Chocolate Cherry, and Green Matcha smoothies!
While supplies last
11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Guided Meditation + Stretching Session
Start 2020 off grounded with a guided meditation session & light stretching with Adriana Murano.
For more information, please visit M.M. LaFleur’s website.
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