Back in December, we presented you, dear readers, with nominees in the realms of fashion, food, beauty, arts, and culture. Facebook campaigns, attempts at bribery, and mudslinging ensued. The time has finally come to announce the Sweetest Things 2007 winners.
And the awards go to …
Track + Field
Designer Bryan Poerner hit pay dirt with his super-tough, weather-resistant Track + Field bags and is working toward his dream of opening a shop in Philly.
Punk Rock Boot Camp
Brian Adoff’s Punk Rock Boot Camp is possibly the most inventive exercise class to hit Philly. Showing up when you want, working out to great tunes, and meeting interesting peeps makes fitness actually fun.
Organic Home owner K.L. Hassen’s longtime passion for the environment led her to create a housecleaning service devoted to nontoxic products, customer education, and a sustainable business model.
Jim and Kristina Burke
Chef Jim Burke honed his culinary skills at Philly’s top restaurants before opening his own Italian-inspired place with wife, Kristina, in Bella Vista this year.
Juju Spa & Organics
Aesthetician Renee Bruskof uses her in-depth knowledge of ayurveda, aromatherapy, and reiki to help clients combat pesky problems like puffy eyes and chapped lips.
Congratulations to all the winners! Find out who won in our other editions.