On June 23, the Epstein Becker Green Women's Initiative and Goodhearts hosted "A Closet Full of Clothes and Nothing to Wear" at the Carlisle Collection Showroom in New York. The event provided executive and business women with the opportunity to hear from a well-known fashion consultant, Adair Keating Weiss of Goodhearts, on how to make the most of the clothes in their closets, how to invest in a few key pieces, and how to build their image and boost their careers.

L to R: Wendy Marcari, EBG; Joli Calella, UBS Financial Services, Inc.; Karen Willsky, Mercer LLP; Michelle Capezza, EBG

L to R: Shari Clayman-Kerr, Le Parker Meridien; Joan Disler, EBG; Dorothy Rosensweig, EBG

Adair Keating Weiss and guests in presentation room

Jane Heffner, Columbia University in the City of New York

L to R: Shari Clayman-Kerr, Le Parker Meridien, with Adair Keating Weiss, Goodhearts

Wendy Marcari, EBG

L to R: Adair Keating Weiss, Goodhearts; Dorothy Rosensweig, EBG; Jane Heffner, Columbia University in the City of New York

L to R: Stephanie Wank Kofman, Sony Corporation of America; Lauri Rasnick, EBG; Rhonda Epstein, Chubb

L to R: Gretchen Harders, EBG, and Tiffany Yonker, Marsh & McLennan Companies

Outfits from the 2010 Fall Carlisle Collection

Outfits from the 2010 Fall Carlisle Collection

L to R: Cathy Bolz, BlackRock Financial Management Inc.; Maria Aprile, J.H. Cohn; Joan Disler, EBG; Judith Meszaros, Tishman Speyer Properties

Photographs by maryannerussell.com

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