One of our most sought-after events of all time is back.

Meet Annie Thorp, part of the founding team at womenswear and personal styling company MM.LaFleur, the fast-growing startup recently named “the fashion company for professional women who hate to shop” by Fast Company. Annie led the brand's pivot to its innovative 'Bento Box' model, which simplifies wardrobe decision-making for women, and has pitched dozens of Silicon Valley investors to win support for the company’s vision. And she did it all with a breast pump in her handbag.

Bring your baby and join Mindr in conversation with Annie about the leading role female founders are playing at the cutting edge of tech and fashion. You'll get an MM.LaFleur goodie bag featuring Wear to Work, the brand's wardrobe bible for the busy woman, and one lucky attendee will take home a $250 gift card to infuse your closet with that distinctive MM.LaFleur style.

Add strong coffee and delicious baked goodies thanks to our wonderful hosts at Bluestone Lane, as well as the chance to hang out with your brand new crew of like-minded parents, and we can't think of a better way to spend an afternoon.

Monday, March 26th, 3-4:30pm (working mamas have no fear - our next weekend event is almost here!)
Bluestone Lane, 409 Washington St, Hoboken
Joining us from Manhattan or BK? Catch the ferry.




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In my experience, the most critical characteristics for an entrepreneur to have are: a tolerance of risk, a lust for the unknown, the self-confidence to put forward ideas in the face of resistance and disdain, and resilience.
— Annie Thorp