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xox, Cosette

Bed Sheet Inspiration and Q&A with WayFair

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"When decorating your bedroom, bed sheets aren't the first thing that comes to mind. In fact, they are usually hidden while you aren't using your bed. However, we know bed sheets can really make or break a room's décor. If they clash with the rest of the furniture or color theme, the room may feel incomplete. 

Proper bed sheets are also crucial for a good night's sleep. For example, flannel sheets can keep you warm in the winter but may keep you up all night with their heat in the summer. Did you know that bed sheets can also have health benefits? Other than feeling more refreshed, they can help to keep your skin and hair fresh. According to some of our favorite bloggers, silk sheets are best to keep skin clean and hair shiny. Check out the benefits of other sheets on Wayfair in our Ultimate Bed Sheet Guide!"

 

To check out the full article and the opinions of a whole bunch of fabulous bloggers, click here!

xox,

Cosette

The Huffington Post: "11 Incredible Ways to Practice Gratitude in Your Daily Life"

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Start with baby steps.

“Start by appreciating the little things, keeping a journal, being humble, and being kind.  I have a suggestion - something that I do, write down the five words that are highlighted below on a piece of paper and look at it every morning after you get out of bed. I will give you no further instructions and you will be amazed at the change in your life.” ~ Marlene Wallach

Marlene Wallach is the president and owner of the leading modeling and talent management company, Wilhelmina Kids & Teens. She is a five-time published author, guest speaker, and educator, and provides young girls with the tools needed to be the best version of themselves, which begins with learning to practice gratitude in daily life.

MARLENE WALLACH, WILHEMINA KIDS AND TEENS

Wilhelmina Kids and Teens Brand Ambassador

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Brand Ambassador

Meet Cosette Rinab: Brand Ambassador & Spokesmodel

Cosette is 16 years old and a Wilhelmina Kids & Teens model since she was a baby. As the debut WK&T Brand Ambassador, she is the official spokesmodel for the Wilhelmina Kids & Teens brand.

She will work with Wilhelmina Kids & Teens and our partners to support our licensing and marketing programs across social media platforms and retail channels.

Cosette is a junior at LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in New York City where she studies entertainment production. In her spare time she likes to write for her model/fashion blog, serve as a role model for young girls aspiring to be models and she loves to work behind the scenes on movie shoots.

Stay up to date with Cosette by visiting her blog and by following her on InstagramFacebookYouTube and other social media.

photo by: Yolanda Perez Photography

photo by: Yolanda Perez Photography

Tween Beat - NY Magazine

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In Victorian times, the length of skirts dropped as a girl aged; the reverse appears to be true chez Justice. But one is hard-pressed to find anything truly offensive, especially considering that Justice evolved from the Limited Too, a juniors’ store that Tween Brands, Inc. has now phased out and that once, among other offenses, sold a pair of panties emblazoned with the phrase, “Buy it now! Tell Dad later!” At Justice, the string bikini undies in a size 6/7 seem a bit unnecessary, but still offer ample coverage in patterns that do not advertise one’s jailbait status. The strangest find was what appeared to be a padded sports bra.

Unsurprisingly, 11-year-old Cosette Rinab forewent the bra when shopping with her father, Martin, recently.

“I don’t think that goes together too well. It’s a little wild for me,” observed Martin when she came out of the dressing room in skinny black jeans with a stripy tie-dyed pattern and a camisole printed with enough bubbly slogans to make Pollyanna claw out her eyes just for spite.

Cosette tugged at the pants, and looked in the mirror. “Yeah,” she finally agreed, “I just realized it doesn’t go so well.”

She eventually settled on a comparatively sedate Union Jack–and–zipper tee and a glittery plaid scarf.

“It’s summer, though,” Martin pointed out. “You’re going to wear a scarf?”

“Yeah, why not?”

Martin shrugged. “Well, you’re the fashion expert. What do I know?”

 

Press Link: http://nymag.com/fashion/10/fall/67509/index1.html

How to get your NYC kid into showbiz- TIMEOUT KIDS

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Photo: Yolanda Perez Photography LLC

Photo: Yolanda Perez Photography LLC

Cosette Rinab, 11
Lives in Little Neck, Queens
Represented by Wilhelmina
Biggest gigs to date Commercials for Este Lauder, Maybelline, Lever 2000 and print ads for Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Ann Taylor and David's Bridal's
On her favorite jobs to date
"One was an ad for JCPenney. After the job, they let me keep a lot of the props. They gave me a jacket, a pin and I think a watch. When I was three years old, I did a commercial for Este Lauder—a perfume commercial—and it's been on a lot of times. I like that I can look back and say, 'Aw, I look so cute.'"
On the hard parts of being a model
"There really is no hard part to me. I guess I get tired. Right after school, after a long day if I have to go to the city, sometimes I'd rather go home and relax."
On the perks of working
"I like going into the city. My mom will drive through Times Square because I like all the lights. Sometimes we even go out to lunch."

 

Press Link: http://www.timeout.com/new-york-kids/camps/how-to-get-your-nyc-kid-into-showbiz-day-camps?pageNumber=5