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Inside Dannijo’s Holiday Diary: On Career, Love, and Going Offline
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Winter snowshoe Crater Lake circumnavigation. We got backcountry permits at the ranger station at 10am and took off on snowshoes at the.
Only 72 days. We can’t wait to celebrate with you! In anticipation of the big day, we have created this weddding website to keep you up to date on all the details of our wedding. We met on a dating app and after talking for over a month we had our first date. Eric drove to Clinton where Danielle was living at the time. We went to her favorite mexican restaurant and then to the local theater to see Bohemian Rhapsody.
At the end of the date Danielle leaned in for a kiss and Eric gave her the cheek. He then gave a quick peck and went home. We both thought we had messed something up and there wasn’t going to be a second date.
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Thursday, April 28 We have a photo shoot in the morning, so I run over to Kaffe to grab an iced coffee. I pour out half of it and fill it with a mix of soy and almond milk, and top it off with a pack of brown sugar. I head to the photo shoot in the Meatpacking. Around 4 p.
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If you follow Danielle Snyder on Instagram , then you know that passion and positivity are practically synonymous with her brand. Danielle, who cofounded Dannijo with her sister Jodie in — yes, just as the recession hit — is part boss and part do-gooder, a winning combination for any business leader, but particularly important given the uncertainty that COVID has cast on the world and on the fashion industry in particular.
As news of the coronavirus shook brands and retailers , I found myself drawn to Danielle’s thoughtful approach to social media. I avidly follow her stories and posts, which range from sharing her at-home styling tips and Boxerina workouts , to throwing a virtual birthday party for an elderly man turning during the time of social distancing. The subjects vary, but the uplifting sentiment is a constant. A few days into California’s shelter-in-place mandate, Danielle took her positive approach a step further.
She launched a new beaded necklace, called the Florella , which she crafted herself while isolating at home and watching movies at night she also does all the packaging and shipping and provides a handwritten note with each order , she told me when we chatted on the phone last week. The necklaces are part of Dannijo’s new set of initiatives to bring joy to its following and give back. Since introducing the Florella, Danielle is expanding with additional products for homebound customers including a DIY beaded necklace kit and hoodie and patches set and focusing on a new venture called The Collective, which uses Dannijo’s platform to shine a spotlight on small businesses struggling through the pandemic.
If you’re tempted to dismiss this evolving business strategy as naive optimism or write off her peppy Instagram presence as disingenuous, then you’ve sincerely underestimated Danielle and her influence. Before founding Dannijo, she helped to build the first hospital in a small village in Kenya and used jewelry as a fundraising vehicle for her work there. She’s someone who realized early on in her career that there is power in storytelling and that, as she told me, “you can do good with creativity.
I have witnessed the kindness and generosity of our community countless times to help animals in need. This year in addition to working at our 12th annual Pet Step I am also becoming a team captain to help raise funds for the future animals that will need our care and compassion. I hope to see everyone at the Pet Fair this year on September 19th! There will be lots of fun vendors, games, and dog activities.
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We got backcountry permits at the ranger station at 10am and took off on snowshoes at the Steel Visitor Center at bottom of the rim at about am on Sat, Feb 1, Because of the recent warm and wet weather, the snowpack was pretty compacted overall. We planned to go unsupported and clockwise. Our adventure thus became “self-supported” and we were totally fine with that. The brief period of precipitation-free weather at the beginning didn’t last: a few miles past the Rim Village, it started raining and the wind picked up.
We donned rain gear and ski goggles and continued in good spirits. There was nonstop rain, snow, and gale-force winds until the very end. It was challenging to stay warm and dry. Once it got dark, the temperature dropped and it started snowing. Every piece of our gear and clothing that was wet from the rain ended up frozen. Because of the gale-force winds and the blowing snow, navigation at night was challenging in the more open areas in higher elevations.
We sometimes had to fully rely on the GPS.
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Fashion designer who co-founded the jewelry brand Dannijo and founded the athletic wear brand Boxerina. Additionally, she created her own interview podcast called No Filter with Danielle Snyder. She was raised in Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from Vanderbilt University. Her sister Jodie Snyder Morel is the co-founder of Dannijo. Home Fashion Designer Danielle Snyder. Fashion Designer.
In this interview, I talk to Jon and Danielle Snyder, founders of Mission to El Salvador a charity Date: Thursday, December 21st
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Dannijo Founder Danielle Snyder’s Ethereal Beach Wedding on Harbour Island
By Freya Drohan For Dailymail. The designer behind the popular label Dannijo followed up her destination wedding this spring with a round-the-world honeymoon, which included stops in not one but three glamorous international locales. Danielle Snyder eats, sleeps, and breathes fashion — so it’s no surprise her stylish wedding was picture-perfect. The Florida -born fashion figure, who co-runs the successful brand Dannijo with her sister Jodie, opted to have her nuptials on the beach in the Bahamas.
After the ceremony, Danielle and her husband Brandon then jetted off on a three-stop honeymoon, which involved spending time on a private tropical island in the Maldives, taking in the sites of Israel, and soaking up sun in Lake Como, Italy. Their destination wedding included three days of activities for guests.
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She has personally surpassed more than a half billion dollars in closed sales including new, resale and timeshare properties. Danielle has represented clients locally, nationally, and internationally, specializing in single family residential developments, vertical properties, and multi-use ventures, allowing her the opportunity to work directly with developers and shareholders.
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This is a special episode in a new series called In My Skin — aimed at exploring conversation around racism in hopes we can all learn how to combat it. The series launches with Model, Designer Dani Evans, who has taught me so much in these last few weeks and made me think about racial inequality in a way I never have before. My heart hurts for Dani and countless others who have been dismissed, looked at with suspicion or mentioned as lesser than in conversation by their white friends.
If you do one thing related to antiracism – please listen to Dani Evan’s words.
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One of the coolest things about Fashion Week is that it showcases the latest big talents. Jewelry designer sisters Danielle and Jodie Snyder have exploded onto the fashion scene with their mix of eclectic and classic pieces that have been spotted on the likes of Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. Most recently, the duo designed the magnificent jewelry and belts for the Luca Luca show. Danielle spilled to CG!
Read on to see what she had to say:. CosmoGirl: This is your first time in the tents! How are you planning on dealing with all of the craziness of Fashion Week? Danielle Snyder: We’re really excited to have our collection debuting at three shows this year. As young designers it’s always energizing to be around other creative minds and see how our collaborative efforts come together.
CG: You collaborated with Luca Luca for pieces that will be used in the show. What was the collaboration process like? DS: It was very hands-on and organic. Luca Luca always nails femininity and sophistication, so the accessory collaboration for this season was very focused on maintaining their aesthetic while bringing a new touch of downtown edge to complete the looks. CG: Do you have a favorite piece of jewelry or belt you’ve designed for the show this season?