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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.

Gloatmeal Rising

On a recent trip to LA to visit a friend who decamped to Santa Monica during the pandemic, I was in the mood to explore and go on a retail safari. Some moons ago, I spent a lot of time in the City of Angels and always loved to...

Home Is Where the Work Is

About a decade ago, I found myself at a crossroads. As an ad agency producer aching to do something new, I asked myself: Where can I go every day that would make me happy? The answer? Nowhere. Because even though I live in New York City and love to be...

Men’s Shoes Over 50

One of my favorite pieces I have ever written was about men’s shoes. LL Bean boots, in particular. I opined how hot it is for a man to wear duck boots because it speaks to a preppy ruggedness that I have always found extremely attractive.  But WASP envy aside, you...

Five Questions for Adam Reed: How To Care for Our Hair As We Age

Full disclosure, I’m a consummate Anglophile. So it’s no surprise I love the British sensibility when it comes to style and beauty. I met Adam Reed, celebrity hairdresser and founder of ARKIVE Headcare, and fell in love with him when he was recently stateside — and his philosophy on...

Let’s Talk About Men’s Fashion for Fall

For those on the East Coast, fall has always felt like a crunchy, sepia-toned gift after an oppressive summer. And though many people I know are strictly summer folks, fall has always been my favorite time of year. I love the air, the buzz in the city on the...

On Changing Seasons and Personal Style

Hello, world. Summer is seething in New York City, and I am ready for a change. The seasons were something I missed when I lived in Miami. And Linda Rodin is indicative of that. Part of social media’s obsession with “advanced style,” Linda Rodin is the ultimate New York cool...

Talking Skincare With the UK’s Formidable Trinny Woodall

I’m standing on one foot in a Soho hotel bathroom with Trinny Woodall, talking about skincare, balance, and success. There are far worse ways to spend a summer morning. If you are not familiar with Trinny, she is a delightful force. A remarkable 58-year-old woman who is confident and fabulous...

On Dopamine Dressing or Keeping It Simple

I’m attending my cousin’s wedding to his beautiful bride in a few weeks and, needless to say, what to wear has come up more than once in more than one family thread. My husband and I do not have children and thus have no need to worry about what said...

Postcards From the Edge: Greetings From New York and Some Other Musings

It's getting hot in New York, and I'll say this: summer in the city is in full swing. All the beautiful weirdos are out, and the energy in the city is frenetic, exciting and, admittedly, a little dicey. More on that later. For now, I’m enjoying more sunlight, not...

On Finding the Space Between. On Hustling, Taking It Easy, and Everything in the Middle.

As someone who has always watched culture, I‘ve noticed that there is generally an antidote to any zeitgeist.    If I have any friends in advertising reading this, you, like me, have been trained, brewed, and basted in a stew of hustle porn. Hustling has become gospel in certain industries, courtesy...
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