FOUNDER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF
SAVAGE SOUL SISTERS
Savage Soul Sisters' Founder and Creative Director, Michelle Powers talks to ESK about how spirituality and positivity influences her creativitity, boho style and what Flower Power means to her.
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"I want my customers/collectors to feel beautiful.
I want them to feel bold, colorful & happy. I want them to feel ready to take on the world."
"There is no beginning or ending in this process, but rather a ride through material and color exploration, slowly revealing a desired mood."
Quick Fire Questions:
How do you start your day?
I start my day with a cup of coffee in hand, rushing off to get my son to school. This is my favorite part of the day.
What’s your coffee (or tea) order?
Large coffee with milk in the morning and iced latte in the afternoon.
If we have look in your bag, what would we find?
A tiny bag for all the tiny things so they don’t get lost in my bigger bag (I’m a bit of a neat freak), car keys, house keys, wallet, hand sanitizer, sunglasses, iphone, a mask, lip palm, seasonal allergy medicine for my son and an energy bar or two.
What’s your favorite hobby?
I am an avid runner. I can run anywhere, just lace up my sneakers and go.
Your style icon?
I don’t have one particular style icon per say. I liked Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy for her simple yet elegant effortless style and Sienna Miller for her boho chic style.
What’s the last book you read?
The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena. If you like fictional thrillers then you will love this book; a real page-turner.
If you didn’t live in Boston, where would you live?
I would go back to California. If Northern California, it would be Tiburon. If Southern California, I would live in San Diego, more specifically Rancho Santa Fe. Similar to Boston, these places offer quaint neighborhoods near the ocean.
What is the best memento you own from your travels?
I have many, but my absolute favorite is Bottega Veneta body lotion I picked up in Amsterdam. I believe there is nothing more powerful than a scent. It evokes so many wonderful memories of my special time traveling to the Netherlands.
The most unforgettable place you have travelled to is…?
Amalfi Coast. More specifically, Capri and Positano, Italy. I am drawn to the majestic views of the Mediterranean Sea and rugged cliffs. Although quite dangerous, I enjoyed running on the winding roads.