Hello! My name is Sahar Pazirandeh... to keep it short, I am a people & WOMEN empowerment junkie. Actualizing my dreams in New York City, often in Colorado and Florida - consulting other entrepreneurs, artists and organization to do the same.

Fashionlanthropist mentoring and creating with teens through credit-earning fashion programs I developed. Who says learning isn't chic?

And when I'm not engulfed in all of this I help fundraise (grant writer & events) for non-profits, including public schools.

Thank you for stopping by, hope to meet you soon. ~Sahar

Twitter: FreedomStar2Day

May 16, 2011


I love spring but this rain is really messing with my shoe game. I'm ready to put away the boots and get into my lace & suede Betsy Johnson pumps. They've only been waiting in the closet for 5 weeks!

Thanks to Rachael I don't have
to wait for blue skies to try on my new spring outfit. Love dressing up for fun! (Thanks Rachael!) check out her shoe illustrations here:

It was love-at-first-sight when I found this empire waist lace top at Flavour Boutique on 86th Street in Bayridge Brooklyn. One of my favorite stops for good priced tops and dresses that you can wash and don't fall apart!

Freedom Star Accessories lock & heart key earrings ($12) and bold link bracelet ($18) and vintage clutch purse from Re/Dress NYC 109 Boerum Place, Brooklyn.

Makeup by Amy Klewitz of Radiance NYC, here's a little note from Amy about my look!

Sahar's light pink lace top paired with the soft grays in her hat and jeans inspired me to go for a nice neutral look. By using a soft peach across the lid to bring out the brown in her eyes and a medium line of liquid or cake eyeliner you get the soft but made-up look that complements both aspects of this outfit. I recommend Mac’s “Paint Pots in black or brown. Also by adding a peach cheek you stay on the neutral end but still adding some color highlight to the cheeks and a neutral lip.

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