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#20: Arlene Antoinette Gibbs, From La to Rome In Style and Grace, Part II

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Just in time for the Summer, I’m back with the second part of my sit-down with Arlene Antoinette Gibbs who worked as a producer and screenwriter in Hollywood before moving to Rome to become an interior decorator. In this part of the video we talk about our experience as WOC in the Italian interior design and fashion industries as well as in Europe in general. Our recipe du jour is a Farro Salad with Tomato, Cucumber & Basil courtesy of the Kitchn. Please be inspired by our conversation and enjoy the recipe.

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#19 Talking Pumpkin Risotto and Brand Building with Racil Chalhoub

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Hey there Pretty Birds, just in time for the weekend, a new episode of Tamu’s Cafe.
In this episode, Lebanese beauty Racil Chalhoub and I meet up at the All the Pretty Birds HQ to make a delicious Pumpkin Risotto and to discuss how she started her highly sought-after eponymous fashion brand Racil that offers a fresh and modern take on tuxedos for us ladies. In addition to being an awesome partner in our risotto adventure (it was amazing BTW!), she shares excellent tips on how to identify and focus on what you want to do, how to execute your vision and build a business from there. A yummy recipe, great conversation, please grab your favorite glass or cup of something and enjoy the video.

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#18: Arlene Antoinette Gibbs, From La to Rome In Style and Grace

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Hey There Pretty Birds,

In Part I of this episode of Tamu’s Cafe, I sit down with my friend Arlene Antoinette Gibbs who worked as a producer and screenwriter in Hollywood before moving to Rome and becoming an interior decorator. Extremely well travelled, a renaissance woman, refreshingly bubbly, she is an absolute joy to talk to and to bounce ideas around with. Please get to know her and be inspired by her wise point of view on race and building your own business. And, stay tuned for Part II, it’s just as inspiring.

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