Spring weather is here and we have great new merch for both men and women perfect for warmer weather. Join us in Greenwich at The Perfect Provenance or on Zoom with Stylist Maria Turkel as she shows you her favorite picks for Spring & Summer, great tips for how to pull together outfits for going out again, the new work casual and traveling.
Maria will showcase styles and pieces from our designer collections for men & women. All ticket sales will 100% benefit Kids in Crisis.
- April 22nd at 9:30 am includes light breakfast and beverages
- Once you purchase your ticket you will be emailed a zoom link to join the event call.
- Tickets sales will benefit Kids in Crisis
- If you are interested in styling tips and a more personalized shopping experience take our Perfect Provenance styling quiz here.
About Maria Turkel
Since 2007 Riverside, CT resident and personal wardrobe stylist, Maria Turkel, has been helping her clients boost their confidence and save time & money whether they're running errands or running board meetings. One of the original wardrobe supervisors on the iconic television series, Friends, she offers closet edits, personal shopping, outfit building & customized lookbooks to each of her clients. When not performing closet therapy, she can be found cooking Italian peasant food or visiting (virtually for now!) libraries and museums in NYC.
About Kids in Crisis
Located in Cos Cob, Connecticut Kids In Crisis provides emergency shelter, crisis counseling, and community education programs for children of all ages and families facing crisis. Crisis can include domestic violence, mental health concerns, homelessness, substance abuse, economic difficulties, and other critical challenges. The Kids In Crisis Helpline is staffed 24 hours a day with trained Crisis Counselors, and provides free, confidential phone and face-to-face intervention, counseling, and referrals. Since its founding in 1978, Kids In Crisis has provided vital 24-hour services to more than 159,000 children and teens, and their families. Providers, educators, community members, and family members are encouraged to call the 24-hour helpline: 203-661-1911 for support.