Gloria Kalil Tells Us… Cufflinks.

For those who don’t know (and I find it hard to someone does not know who she is) read what says the text removed from your page on Wikipedia:

“Gloria Kalil, São Paulo, is a journalist , businesswoman and consultant of sets brazilian. Former Director of confections as Fiorucci and Jeigikei, since mid- 1995 is dedicated to the style and business consulting related to the field offashion and behavior. 

Does lectures and special projects, as videos plans,marketing for retail stores and offices to industriesand institutional organizations such as Senac .

Also collaborates with fashion materials for press ,television and other media. She is the author of the books is the author of the books “Chic-Woman”, “Chic Man-fashion and style Manual”, “Hello, Chics!” and “Chic [érrimo]”.

Visit the related links to this outstanding personality in the world “fashion”, I selected to find out a little more about the overwhelming sympathy of Gloria Kalil: .

chic.ig.com.br and wikipedia.org/Gloria_Kalil

And now, let’s stop the adulation with the glory (I’m a fãzaço her) and watch another video captured from your site that talks about the use of … Cuff links. Yes, they exist and are a symbol of elegance. See the other posts by Gloria Kalil on the blog by clicking on the tag. Gloria Kalil.

And ste post was originally published on the blog at 06/04/08. Brought it to 2011 after giving a remodeled it and improve the presentation. After all three are away, but the cuff links are still a touch of class in masculine elegance and especially of executives. Listen to what the master Glory Khalil about.