With a thriving fashion business, a growing family and now, a role as an arbiter of style for one of the world’s most renowned cosmetic brands, this former ‘it’ girl has finally shaken off her old ghosts.
Clad in Rag & Bone jeans and a Chinti and Parker sweater, Ms. “It’s been dreamy to be in New York during the snow.
In 1994, People magazine wrote, “She is subject to such scrutiny that her choice of living quarters and clothing, or even a decision to wear sunglasses on a cloudy day, inevitably gives rise to talk that she is putting on airs or, as one student put it recently, ‘trying to let everyone know that she’s dating somebody famous.’” At the time, the criticism was heavy, but Ms.
Gruss always presented a fabulous front, rocking fitted dresses and flamboyant colors to wild applause. Gruss is not oblivious to the contrast of her grown-up self, so content in the pleasures of the hearth and home, with the perception of the curvaceous “it” girl who founded her eponymous fashion line in 1998.
Gruss on to help introduce the brand to younger customers.
“Growing up in New York, the red doors were as elegant and iconic as it got.
Famous friends aside, her designs are favorites with the quirky-girl style set—Zooey Deschanel, Emma Stone and Taylor Swift are all fans. “Sometimes, I’ll see a mom, and she’s putting things up there when you know her children would not be O. Gruss learned very early after her relationship with Mr. When we meet, she’s wearing a Jennifer Meyer necklace that bears the initials of all her children, and she glows when talking about them. We went to the music store Rough Trade and then had the ramen noodle burger at Smorgasburg.On a chilly Manhattan morning, Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss exudes a professional calm and charismatic composure.This is a woman with too many blessings not to be nice.Four seasons later, it was the most popular sitcom in America, and currently dominates the airwaves in syndication.After dating college student Shoshanna Lonstein for several years, Seinfeld broke it off and married public relations executive Jessica Sklar in 1999.