Kathy Benharris leads the Boston Fashion Meetup Group, and her clients include individual brands and designers, international charities, sports teams, private clients, retail entities and publications. Kathy has developed, styled and produced fashion events during New York Fashion Week and Boston Fashion Week.
The Christmas/New Year’s holiday week at Sunday River was a snow lover’s dream, with more than two feet of perfect snow falling over five days. The temps might have been on the frosty side across New England, but the amazing conditions and vast array of terrain — with all eight of Sunday River’s peaks open — made it an incredible playground for riders and skiers of all expertise and tastes.
Looking good when the temps dip low can be a challenge for some, but not for these style stars who geared up right and brought their unique style to their “happy place.” This season is starting out strong, so find your unique style, dress smart for conditions and get out on the vertical runway.
Mad for plaid ▪ The friendly fun staff at the Mountain Room serves up great comfort food and drinks while wearing L.L. Bean flannels, jeans and maybe even a pair of Bean’s famous duck boots. Explains owner Sarah Smith: “L.L. Bean is a must for any true Mainer, and for that reason it was easy to rely on their flannels as the ‘uniform’ for the employees. We also have Mountain Room hats as an added accessory. They certainly come in handy when you have to run out to the deck to deliver a round of drinks or our popular grilled cheese and tomato soup. Here at the Mountain Room it’s pretty simple — fantastic food, with a side of flannel.” Located in North Peak Lodge, the Mountain Room is renowned chef Harding Smith’s newest restaurant and my new favorite place to take a lunch break. Check it out next time you are at the River. Cheers!