|What's your most powerful body part?|
|Farah Fawcett wearing Kamali |
swimsuit she made famous,
donated to the Smithsonian
But then Norma focused inward promoting dance, exercise, overall fitness and her olive oil products in her Wellness Café as a way for women to address their whole self-image. And that was all before she took an even deeper look inside our collective psyches to examine how women are objectified throughout their lives. She created StopObjectificaton.com as a way to get all of us talking about how that manifests itself and to empower women to overcome those insecurities. I had the pleasure of hearing Norma speak from her heart about women objectification at the S.H.E. Summit this past week in New York. You can hear a lot of that passion in an interview of her with Glen Beck (yes, Glen Beck). And here's a video of her discussing her current fashion and life philosophy, her Second Act, with Forbes Magazine. Empowerful!