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Alexis Bittar - Cat Fever - Spring 2020




"I am Woman, Hear Me Roar!" Panther-that is.

Alexis Bittar - Spring 2020




When you hear the phrase "I am woman, hear me roar" one often thinks of a person using their voice or written skills in a loud and obnoxious fashion in today's arena.  The actual phrase was from a Helen Reddy song in the 1970's and became the rally mantra for the feminism movement.  In our chaotic times, I believe the phrase has gone viral with a twist, "I am woman or man, hear me roar."  As we all know we are subjected daily either through social media or the press to bitter exchanges, absent minded comments and self aggrandizing window dressing.  Topics such as kindness, respect, grace and dignity have been forgotten and replaced with cruel diatribes. Ironically some might think they appear intelligent with witticisms but in reality viewed as bullies. 

What does this have to do with the big cat rage for Spring 2020.  Why everything?  Perhaps if we all wear a big cat jewel we will remind each other to seek out grace, kindness and other missing sensibilities that are at the cornerstone of exemplary human behavior. Start anew and meow politely.  Think before you speak or write.  Be a leader of the pride rather than a follower without critical thinking.   Correct and apologize when you fail and have a moment.  Tigers, lions and panthers have a code to exist in their big cat colonies.  We must too.

Feline obsession has been a hallmark of impeccable style.  Leopard print coats, pants, jeans, scarves, belts and even winged eyeliner are eternal in fashion. I even have Nike leopard print shoes for tennis.  I know - obsessed right!  The Egyptians to Tiffany & Co in the '50s and '60s and again in the '80s showcased earrings, necklaces and bracelets stating chic. Therefore it makes wild sense to bring back sparkly fierce jewels into the fashion mix.   Those that dare to don big cat jewels are self confident, independent and strong with a stamp of kindness.  Which leads me to Alexis Bittar's new inspiring Panther collection for Spring 2020.  By the way, many other brands are leading the charge with a big cat revival.   

Alexis Bittar Panther collection is beautiful, majestic and will capture your heart and soul.  The panther will remind you that you are a vital, intelligent and a self confident woman.  You will be center-stage with the strength of a panther but with the softness of a purring cat with all that you do.  Your voice and words will be enlightened and bring us together with tenderness.   More importantly, you will be remembered for kindness and courage for starting a new path to contentment. 

I am woman , hear me roar.  Woman hear me roar.  Woman hear me roar with strength, confidence, kindness, thoughtfulness, love, respect and the knowledge that we can survive together, lead with dignity and have self pride.  Show love, show kindness, show grace and  show your allegiance with Alexis Bittar Panther Spring 2020 jewelry.  What are you waiting for? I have mine! 


"I am Woman - Hear Me Roar" - Grace, Kindness, Respect









Alexis Bittar Panther Head Ring





"Grace, Kindness and Respect - Meow"



Cheers, 
Kim 




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