A Conversation with Maryam Salassi

This week’s Style Story featuring Maryam, Jacob, and Margaux Salassi got a lot of attention for it’s bold hues and playful art. I absolutely loved spending the afternoon with them and enjoyed my conversation with Maryam for the podcast even more. Maryam and I talked about everything from her childhood growing up in Guam, her philosophies on early art education, her favorite children’s book authors, and her insights and lesson learned in the process of launching Pouf Salon which she co-founded with her cousin.

Listen below or on your smart phone in iTunes to hear our conversation.


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Thanks so much, friends!



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