So you’re at the company holiday party and you see someone double dipping in the cocktail sauce. . YUCK! It happens all the time. Ever wonder what to wear to an event. . what is a must for Black Tie? What kind of host gifts should you bring with you to a dinner party? What about a cocktail party? Ever wonder how late is fashionably late? This is something that has always fascinated me. I have decided to bring in 2 nationally acclaimed experts to discuss this plus everything else under the sun when it comes to tastefully living and proper style. It will all be on your brunch show: The Sunday Morning Mimosa this Sunday from 11-1. In the Charleston Market you can tune in at 98.9 Chick FM. It’s also up on my website at https://www.lawsonroberts.com/. Joining us on the show this week:
K. Cooper Ray:
K. Cooper Ray was born in Montgomery and is a thirteenth generation Southerner and a seventh generation Alabaman. He served as Vice President of Bottega Veneta and Ambassador of Dom Perignon before launching SocialPrimer.com in 2008 and has been featured in Vanity Fair, GQ, Town & Country, Elle, Marie Claire, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times as well as a recurring etiquette segment on The KTLA Morning Show. Cooper has lived in New York City, Milan, Italy, Cape Cod, Los Angeles and now Charleston, South Carolina. He is a bow tie designer (Social Primer for Brooks Brothers), sailor (2006 regatta winner), Tavern & Music Hall proprietor (Eighth & Rail) and was recently chosen one of Angeleno Magazines’ Top Ten Men of Style. He is the author of the Manhattan society satire Last Night at Moomba and is an established fixture on the social scenes in Los Angeles and New York.
Cynthia R. Grosso is a corporate etiquette expert. She has been a speaker, teacher and consultant in this arena for more than 15 years. She is the founder of the Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette. Prior to her current business, she owned a prominent international modeling and finishing school.
In addition to being an award winning speaker and a business columnist, Ms. Grosso has appeared as an etiquette expert on the Dr. Phil Show, Oprah, Faking It and Perfect Proposal reality shows on TLC, written about in Woman’s Day Magazine, Marie Claire Magazine, The New York Times, Esquire Magazine, BusinessWeek Magazine, Golf Digest, Working Woman Magazine, Women’s World Magazine as well as many others. She is the host of Your Manners Matter radio show.