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- Talking Top Tens: Melissa Ben-IshayEver since she was a little girl, Melissa has loved two things: arts and crafts and baking. So when she was fired from her job in advertising in 2008, Melissa decided that she was going to do what she loved. Drawing on inspiration from the carefree rock ‘n roll culture of the 60s and 70s, and the idea that people should be able to taste more flavors without a post-dessert guilt trip, she engaged the help of some key people in her life and in 2009 opened the first Baked by Melissa shop in New York City’s SoHo district. Five years later, Baked by Melissa operates 12 store locations, including a shop at JFK’s JetBlue Terminal 5, and ships nationwide. Melissa develops all of Baked by Melissa’s product offerings, including Seasonal Collections, a Mini of the Month, and holiday cupcakes. Follow Baked by Melissa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Talking Top Tens: Amanda WallFor more on Amanda, follow her on For more on Amanda, follow her on R+Co Creative director Amanda Wall has it all: brains, looks, and a total girl boss mentality. She’s responsible for the badass imagery on all your fave R+Co products, and you can even spot her modeling the ultimate cool-girl hairstyles by R+Co co-founder Howard McLaren. After another collaboration with Howard, Whitehouse was born, a studio, concept store, and salon in Los Angeles. Amanda started as the Creative Director—totally in her element. She designed the entire look and feel of the studio, working on the interior design of the space, website and branding. She has since expanded the brand and created a new branch within the company, a boutique-modeling agency, Whitehouse Models. In creating the agency, Amanda street cast all of their models with a character look in mind, rather than the typical “model” image which was definitely out of the norm for the LA fashion industry. Amanda gathered a group of punk rock girls and had Howard create “cool-girl” haircuts to define their looks and personal styles. For more on Amanda, follow her on Instagram and check out R+Co.
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