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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Audrey Hepburn

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Audrey Hepburn
They’re exceptional women, working moms and fab mamas. They come from different backgrounds, generations and professions. These ladies are inspirations in life and in style. Welcome to the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame.

Our final inductee is one of the most legendary and honored actresses of all time, Audrey Hepburn, who was also a humanitarian and the mother of two sons.

Working mom: Emmy Award winner, Grammy Award winner, Academy Award winner, Tony Award winner, Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award winner, Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, Presidential Medal of Freedom winner
Fab mama: Style icon and muse of designer Hubert de Givenchy, who created many of her most famous film looks, including the little black dress in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”; named to the International Best Dressed Hall of Fame
She said: “I feel so strongly that’s where it all starts, with kindness. What a different world this could be if everyone lived by that.”

  • Fab mamas: Who would you nominate for the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame?

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Marissa Mayer

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Marissa Mayer

They’re exceptional women, working moms and fab mamas. They come from different backgrounds, generations and professions. These ladies are inspirations in life and in style. Welcome to the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame.

New mom and newly minted CEO Marissa Mayer has long disproven a stereotype I particularly dislike: that smart girls and style don’t mix.

Working mom: First female engineer at Google, Glamour 2009 Woman of the Year winner, profiled in Vogue, one of Working Mother’s 50 Most Powerful Working Moms, CEO of Yahoo!
Fab mama: Infuses workwear with personal style, loves glamour for evening events, like Naeem Khan, Balenciaga and Oscar de la Renta.
She says: “Our country in particular—and the whole world—has a real challenge in bringing more women into engineering and technical fields. It’s good to show that you don’t need to sacrifice your sense of femininity because you are engineer.”

  • Fab mamas: Who would you nominate for the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame?

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Reese Witherspoon

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Reese Witherspoon

They’re exceptional women, working moms and fab mamas. They come from different backgrounds, generations and professions. These ladies are inspirations in life and in style. Welcome to the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame.

With two tween kids and a toddler, actress Reese Witherspoon represents working moms who’ve had their children both at the beginning of their careers and after establishing success.

Working mom: Academy Award winning actress, Children’s Defense Fund board member
Fab mama: Girl-next-door classic every day, full glamour on the red carpet in designers like Louis Vuitton or Jason Wu (also a favorite of Michelle Obama), head to toe pink in “Legally Blonde.”
She says: “I was thinking about why I make movies, and I know why. Life is hard. It’s nice to go escape and have a good time at the movies. If I can give people a movie about hope, love and the future, then I’ve done my job.”

  • Fab mamas: Who would you nominate for the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame?

Get fabulous. Be fabulous. Declare your right to discover and manifest your personal style with the Fab Mama Style Manifesto.

Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Michelle Obama

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Working Mom Style Hall of Fame: Michelle Obama

They’re exceptional women, working moms and fab mamas. They come from different backgrounds, generations and professions. These ladies are inspirations in life and in style. Welcome to the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame.

What better way to inaugurate the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame than with our fabulous First Lady, Michelle Obama?

Working mom: Lawyer, university dean, medical center vice president, First Lady.
Fab mama: The cover of Vogue this month; introducing American designers like Tracy Reese and Rachel Roy to a wider audience by wearing their garments to inaugurations and other high-profile events; mixing high end with mainstream labels, like J. Crew. (And the Mrs. O blog has covered all of it.)
She says: “I always say that women should wear whatever makes them feel good about themselves. That’s what I always try to do. . . . I also believe that if you’re comfortable in your clothes it’s easy to connect with people and make them feel comfortable as well. In every interaction that I have with people, I always want to show them my most authentic self.”

  • Fab mamas: Who would you nominate for the Working Mom Style Hall of Fame?

Get fabulous. Be fabulous. Declare your right to discover and manifest your personal style with the Fab Mama Style Manifesto.