We’re very supportive of an organization called Bright Pink which focuses on breast and ovarian cancer prevention and early detection. It’s an incredible mission because there are numerous charities which raise money for research (which is very necessary), however so many women remain uneducated about their personal risk factors and the ways in which they can be proactive in the face of that risk. Breast and ovarian cancer affects 1 in 8 women (still!), and instead of simply being afraid that it will happen to you or your loved ones, Bright Pink has created tools to empower us all to take steps towards prevention. This is a personal issue for the both of us, reaching all four Morrow founders as well as our immediate families. The message that we can replace fear with knowledge and action is inspiring to us — not only as relates to breast cancer, but as relates to life in general.
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Featured 5.22-5.28.17 | I don't know about you, but bed is my favorite place on earth (unless I'm in Tulum, then beach takes bed's place). So I was beyond excited to meet Michelle Toney and Stephanie Cleary, the brilliant women behind Morrow Soft Goods, an LA-based specialty textile company. I know, that doesn't sound so cool, but what's amazing about Morrow — and these women — is that a) they design, manufacture and sell all of their goods; b) they are insanely passionate about design and quality (Steph actually won't buy something if the packaging isn't on point); c) they are smart (Michelle taught architecture to Yale grad students at the ripe old age of 27); and d) their products are really, really that good. I mean, deliciously luxurious and, well, soft. They make bed the only place you want to be. Welcome to Michelle + Stephanie's week.