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Watch Hip New Jersey on Television This August!

Throughout August, Hip New Jersey can be seen on HomeTowne Television®, a local cable station that reaches over half a million homes in the Garden State! You can watch #HipNJ every Tuesday at 3p.m., every Wednesday at 8p.m. and every Friday at 11a.m.

Additionally, you can catch #HipNJ on NJ on Air anywhere, anytime and on virtually any device, including iOS, Android, kindle, or Roku.

Hosted from Bloomingdale’s Short HillsIn Her Shoes: #MOMBOSS event, this month’s episode features some of the Garden State’s power moms. Guests include:

  • Cheldin Barlatt Rumer
    CEO, i-g creative and Host, This Is It with Cheldin Barlatt Rumer
  • Danielle Forte
    Owner & Creative Director, 828 Clothing
  • Mallika Malhotra
    Brand Photographer & Strategist, MikiFoto + Co
  • Priya Virmani
    Personal Stylist & Founder, Privée by Priya

Segments in the episode include:

  • Marcy Edwards Benner
    of Virginia Wolf NYC and the W. Cary Edwards Foundation
  • Alzheimer’s New Jersey Annual Gala
    from The Grove in Cedar Grove
  • Gretchen Burman
    Founder of Character U
  • Scarlett Morris and Nicole Foster
    Co-Founders of Totally Bites

#HipNJ’s Lisa Marie Latino serves as the episode’s host.

For more information, visit HometowneTV.org. and NJOnAir.com.

Marcy Benner on Virginia Wolf

Marcy Benner, co-founder of Virginia Wolf, joined Lisa Marie Latino in the #HipNJ studio to discuss the women’s contemporary line.

Benner started Virginia Wolf along with her sister in 2014 to be sold on ShopMaluka.com. Then, it started taking off. “It’s a pretty cool line,” Benner says.

Latino says that the products inspire her to hit the Jersey Shore. Benner did not come empty handed, showing off a piece that would make a perfect beach bag.

Next, she shows a piece from the new knitwear collection. This piece makes for a beautiful scarf or blanket, perfect for the cold NJ winter months.

Most pieces feature inspirational words, such as LOVE and PEACE. Some are even done to support various charities, such as the HOPE collection, with 100% of proceeds going to charity.

To learn more, click here.