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Sheri Radel Rosenberg

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https://unapologeticstyle.substack.com/
Sheri Radel Rosenberg is a Philly-born, Brooklyn-based writer who explores style, beauty, culture, and midlife with wit, warmth, and wisdom. Her story includes successful forays in the worlds of trend forecasting, ad agency photo production, ghostwriting, and strategic messaging development for fashion and beauty brands - all while amassing a slip dress collection that would make any Gen Xer proud. At the dawn of social media, Sheri launched her personal blog–which combines her passion for writing with her style obsession–and she hasn’t looked back. As Style Editor for the AGEIST, she’s inspired by the styles of the 70s and the 90s, along with all the beautiful people she sees daily in NYC.

Jennifer Walsh, 53: Life Is About Beauty

Jennifer Walsh is a true outsider. After a divorce and selling her business, she found walking, specifically long walks in nature, became a way of life for her. It was a long way from her past go-go world of women’s beauty. From walking each day to camping all summer, this serial...

A Dispatch From the Beauty Counter at Bergdorf Goodman

Having navigated the beauty- and style-writing waters long enough to witness the rise and fall of pencil-thin eyebrows twice, I've penned countless odes to potions and lotions promising the fountain of youth in a jar. And though I’ve loved a career that's left me with a bathroom cabinet rivaling...

Faith Agugu, 59: Growing With Time

Faith Agugu has always looked forward to her birthday. Another year to build a community. To swim in the ocean. And to inspire everyone she meets to think of aging as a gift and a privilege. A psychotherapist and self-proclaimed “elder in training,” Agugu is the founder of Silver Sirens, an...

Maryjane Fahey, 73: Aging Imaginatively and Unapologetically

At 73, Maryjane Fahey is living life on her terms. (And having really good sex.) Once in the competitive publishing world, she was instrumental in redefining several high-profile magazines. Drawing from this wealth of experience and a lifelong commitment to being disruptive, Maryjane established Glorious Broads, a platform for celebrating...

Could I Live Here? The Upstate New York Edition

As a water sign, the beach has always been my happy place. But with the post-pandemic era ushering in new norms regarding flexibility and expansiveness, aka space, I wonder about life beyond the beach or Brooklyn. And like many New Yorkers, Upstate New York is a great option for a...

Val Monroe, 73: How Not to Objectify Yourself

At 73, Val Monroe knows that beauty is more than skin deep. As the dynamic beauty director of Oprah Magazine for sixteen years and a celebrated contributor to The Cut, she has now carved a unique niche as the author of the wildly popular weekly newsletter “How Not To F*ck...

Robert Lee Morris, 76: Pioneering Jewelry Designer

At 76, Robert Lee Morris is a creative powerhouse. Morris grew up an Air Force BRAT, which helped form his global point of view and fearlessness. He moved around until he settled in New York City and began crafting groundbreaking architectural jewelry that empowers women. After an iconic career as...

Red Carpet Report: Let’s Go to the Golden Globes

Award season in Hollywood is in full swing, and the fatigue is already palpable. The Golden Globes show itself mirrors this weariness, and the red carpet was a yawn. It begs the question: How many hours, sacrifices, and relentless pursuits of perfection are poured into these dazzling appearances? The...

Alice Marie Johnson, 68: Keep Looking Ahead

Alice Marie Johnson made headlines for a harsh life sentence in 1996, convicted for nonviolent drug offenses. Her case was criticized for its severity and fueled the call for criminal justice reform, backed by advocates like Kim Kardashian. Granted clemency by Trump, Johnson's story epitomizes the push for a...

Home Chic Home

Happy holidays. Over at AGEIST, we were chatting about holiday house party style this year; specifically, a party at someone’s home or perhaps what would be spiffy when hosting your soirée. Getting dressed for a “domestic” party can feel daunting. Do you risk overdressing? Do you risk underdressing? What’s...