Meet Jessica Wade Pfeffer
Name: Jessica Wade Pfeffer
Generation: (I am not asking the age, but the generation defines a certain style) On the cusp of the Millennial Generation…
Occupation: Founder of Jessica Wade Inc. / Publicist / Professional Fire Putter Outer
FB – What brought you to Miami?
JWP – I was born and raised in Miami
FB – A food you can’t resist?
JWP – Chocolate Brioche from Fresh Market.
FB – The last time you went to the movies?
JWP – Last time I went to the movies was to see Revenant. I was at the edge of my seat, riddled with anticipation.
FB – The book(s) on your nightstand.
JWP – It takes me quite some time to finish a book as I’m known to read several at the same time and with my business growing fast, there’s not much time for leisure reading. When I do get to curl up with my hot tea and dive in to a literary escape, I’m currently grabbing for The Dark Art by Edward Follis, #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso or Daring: My Passages by Gail Sheehy.
FB – If you were to move, what would you miss the most about Miami?
JWP – People’s happy social energy and the sun!
FB – You have been living in Miami long enough that…
JWP – I know Miami Beach is not “Miami.” The greater Miami has so much to offer. I’ve lived here for over 30 years and with a little exploration, this Magic City still surprises me every day.
Francesca Belluomini is a quick-witted fashion veteran and an unapologetic style savant. She has lived in Miami long enough to know not to blink when peacocks cross the street. She is originally from Viareggio, Tuscany, the same region where Marquis Emilio Pucci and Guccio Gucci were born.
With a degree in Fashion Sociology and a master’s in Mass Media and Communication from the University of Florence, foundations which formed her unpretentious taste, Francesca has dedicated her entire career to fashion and style, and life choices have led her to live in fashion capitals like Milan, Paris and London where she sealed her unmistakable knack for mixing sartorial garments, local market finds, and vintage.
People always complimented her chic style and wanted to dress like her. They admired her ability to put things together with a nonchalant elegance. Her book “The Cheat Sheet of Italian Style” offers tools for every woman to achieve this flair by adapting their wardrobes to the Italian style.
SocialMiami.com, CBS Local Miami, TrustedClothes.com and Italian e-zine www.DDmag.it are some of the latest publications that have enjoyed her sharp and witty fashion writings. You can find her on www.FrancescaBelluomini.com where she voices her thoughts in a more intimate and personal manner.