Tuesday, October 27, 2009

What costume 'suits' you this Halloween?

The pool parties may be over (at least here on the east coast) but if you have a Halloween party coming up this weekend, Malia Mills can still come to the rescue! Check out our fabulous customer, Kate, getting creative with her pucker pin up suit! We really are all about "season-less" dressing!

*If you wear YOUR Malia Mills in creative ways, let us know! We'd love to see how Malia Mills works year-round for you! Email us at maliamillsswimwear@maliamills.com !

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

we can do it! YES WE CAN!

it doesn't end today! be sure to let bloomberg know how important the apparel industry is to New York City and the great U.S. of A!

rallye starts today at NOON! 39th and 7th!

join the movement -- save the garment district! we need you! thanks!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


A don't miss documentary on HBO about the NYC garment district.
support made in america -- not just words -- words to live by!

Friday, October 16, 2009

join the rallye 10/21!

join us! save the garment district rallye this wednesday 10/21 at noon. 39th and 7th avenue at the needle. join us in our fight to save the garment district! join us in our fight for made in america!

save the garment district!

Don’t forget to set your DVR’s to record Schmatta – Rags to Riches to Rags on HBO Monday night at 9pm. It is a documentary film on the history of New York City’s Garment District. Save the garment district!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Love, Loss and What I Wore

Although our motto at Malia Mills is “Love Thy Differences,” we certainly can’t deny that there’s much to love about the many ways in which women are the same. We ALL understand that the emotions we feel and the clothes we wear are as tightly tied together as the sides of our love knot bikini bottoms! That is to say, they’re knotted together with good reason!

I recently had the great pleasure of indulging in an evening of Love, Loss and What I Wore, the new off-Broadway play that turns the joy, tears, and occasional torture of clothes into nothing less than a celebration. I had such a fantastic time laughing (and tearing up!) about the undeniably universal truths about women and their relationships with clothes...and each other! It really felt like I was a lucky member of a special sisterhood to be sitting in that audience listening to the talented Rosie O’Donnell, Tyne Daly, Natasha Lyonne, Samantha Bee and Katie Finneran. The cast consists of a rotating array of actresses before the show ends its run in December. (See website for details: http://www.lovelossonstage.com/)

Every gal who shops with us at Malia Mills is an instant "Malia Mills Maven" and we love to hear from all of you….which is why it was even more fun to hear echoes of customers' voices in Love, Loss and What I Wore. There’s a montage about dressing rooms that sounded all too familiar and I was cracking up from Rosie's delivery of a piece about a bra-fitting experience! We can all continue to “Love OUR Differences” without forgetting to connect with each other and find laughter when we can.

From one maven to another, if you’re in NYC, go check it out with your loved ones!

Daryl Roth presents
Love, Loss and What I Wore
by Nora Ephron & Delia Ephron - based on the book by Ilene Beckerman
at the Westside Theatre on 43rd St at 9th Ave

*And remember to always feel welcome to share your own love about what you wore from Malia Mills with us at maliamillsswimwear@maliamills.com !