Jenna Bush Hager

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Holiday Glam, Texas Style: Deedie and Lela Rose

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager talks to three dynamic mother-daughter duos in her hometown of Dallas about bringing Lone Star State glitz to your party attire. Check out part one and part two of this three-part series.  DEEDIE AND LELA ROSE Philanthropist Deedie and her designer daughter Lela, at Lela’s home “We used to run around from one party to the […]

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Holiday Glam, Texas Style: Margaret and Jin-Ya

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager talks to three dynamic mother-daughter duos in her hometown of Dallas about bringing Lone Star State glitz to your party attire. Check back tomorrow to meet Deedie and Lela Rose for part three of this three-part series.  MARGARET AND JIN-YA HUANG Margaret and her artist daughter, Jin-Ya at Hotel St. Germain The Huangs are all about community. “We’re […]

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Holiday Glam, Texas Style: Joyce Stenvall & Giglio Aguilera

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager talks to three dynamic mother-daughter duos in her hometown of Dallas about bringing Lone Star State glitz to your party attire. Check back tomorrow to meet Margaret and Jin-Ya Huang for part two of this three-part series.  JOYCE STENVALL AND GIGLIOLA AGUILERA The chefs behind Joyce & Gigi’s Kitchen at The Adolphus hotel Even though chefs Joyce […]

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Women of Worth: Meet Robin Emmons

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager knows that real beauty comes from within. This month, she’s highlighting four women dedicated to improving the lives of Southerners in need.  Robin Emmons, The Farmer  Charlotte, North Carolina Executive director, Sow Much Good The Need “Food has the power to transform communities. Factors like hunger and food insecurity have adverse effects reaching far beyond the people directly […]

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Women of Worth: Meet Renata Soto

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager knows that real beauty comes from within. This month, she’s highlighting four women dedicated to improving the lives of Southerners in need.  Renata Soto, The Cultural Champion Nashville Executive director, Conexión Américas Her Mission “As a Costa Rica native, it took me 13 years to fully claim my dual-citizenship status and declare myself a Nashvillian. It’s not easy […]

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Women of Worth: Meet Justinn Overton

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager knows that real beauty comes from within. This month, she’s highlighting four women dedicated to improving the lives of Southerners in need.  Justinn Overton, The Environmentalist Birmingham Executive director, Coosa Riverkeeper Her Stomping Grounds “I love the Coosa River more than words can tell. It’s where I learned to bait my own hook, jump off docks, drive a […]

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Women of Worth: Meet Andrea Chen

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager knows that real beauty comes from within. This month, she’s highlighting four women dedicated to improving the lives of Southerners in need.  Andrea Chen, The Nonprofit Capitalist New Orleans Executive director, Propeller The Need “When I was teaching high school English in 2004, many of the kids were reading at the second- or third-grade level. Things needed to change.” […]

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Wear This to That: Fourth of July Cookout

1. “Serena & Lily has branched out into fashion. You’ll love this silk-and-linen top.” Ruthie Poncho, $195; serenaandlily.com 2. “Red shoes elevate your look. Go with comfy wedges for height and ease.” Mossimo Supply Co. Novalee Macramé Wedge Sandal in Coral, $29.99; target.com 3. “These slim-cut jeans aren’t too tight, and though the cotton fabric has a little give, they […]

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Wear This to That: Spring Picnic

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager shares her ideal outfit for a Saturday in the park. 1. “I’m really into dainty jewelry like this sterling silver ring made in South Carolina.” Delicate Leaf Ring, $78; janepopejewelry.com 2. “These lenses are lightweight and practically scratchproof.” WLA Africa06, $208; etniabarcelona.com 3. “The lighter wash and cropped length give a fresh twist to the classic […]

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The Jenna Report: 8 Finds That Give Back

My grandparents and parents showed us the importance of service. To this day some of my proudest moments have been teaching in inner-city D.C. and working for UNICEF in Latin America, where I met people who taught me never to take a day for granted. This month, as we gather around the table, let’s celebrate all we have and all […]

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