Beth Herman
Beth Herman
Beth Herman is an artist, essayist, and museum docent. In addition to The Federalist, her work has appeared in Legal Times, The Washington Times, and on NPR. Her column, Life at the Middle, was featured in Bella Magazine in 2014. She has also written or illustrated three children’s books. When not at her writing desk or easel, Beth can be found out running with her husband of 30 years, the author and historian Arthur Herman.
Through Her Bags, Kate Spade Was Always With Us. I Wish We Could Have Reciprocated

Only a designer with a strong sensibility can please women in both camps: those who like bold, colorful bags with occasional flowers or flamingoes, and the more shape-oriented, like me.

Art Continues To Transcend Politics, If You Know How To Look

Except for a few hushed conversations in the bathroom the day after the election, politics stays outside the DC museum where I volunteer. That’s where it belongs, on Pennsylvania Avenue.

How Stylist Services Like Stitch Fix Steal Your Style Identity

In giving a stranger the power to pick out your clothing and create your style, are you not giving away the keys to your identity? For me, the answer is yes.