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Lana Adair

Active Member of the Discovery Council

Bay Area Discovery Museum

HQ Phone:  (415) 339-3900

Email: l***@***.org

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Bay Area Discovery Museum

557 MCREYNOLDS RD

Sausalito, California,94965

United States

Company Description

About the Bay Area Discovery Museum: A one-of-a-kind indoor and outdoor children's museum at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, serving over 300,000 visitors per year on its 7.5 acre Sausalito campus. The Museum is recognized as the leading children's museum ...more

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With Lana Adair's second son Allister born just over three months ago, her mind is still very fresh on pregnancy - and fashion. She found that silk or wool jersey material and knits were functional as maternity wear, and enjoyed current designs from Missoni and Diane Von Furstenberg, and vintage ones from Pucci, Leonard Paris and Mr. Dino.For maternity-brand staples, Lana ordered rusched (smocked) tops from Cadeau Maternity in New York, and flared cords from Naissance on Melrose in Los Angeles."At five months, I wore a Missoni black and white knit dress with knee-high boots, to the SF Parks Trust benefit at Coit Tower."A month before her due date, Lana went to a party in a full-length sleeveless, black cashmere dress from Ralph Lauren."It was very soft and comfortable.It was non-maternity, but had plenty of stretch, so I'll wear it again postpartum."An active member of the Discovery Council of the Bay Area Discovery Museum, Lana confirms that clothes have become more body-conscious: "Tents are out."She's also impressed with the increasingly greater variety of offerings at maternity stores - a significant change even since she was pregnant with her son Graham three years ago."Many non-maternity designers are introducing clothing in the maternity segment, especially the denim companies." Although pregnancy these days is an upfront condition, Lana concedes that there's no need to over-emphasize, "Black is always a winner.


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