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The Ladies Who Lunch Story

The Ladies Who Lunch Story

“Ladies Who Lunch” first became a popular saying early in the 1960’s when John Fairchild, former editor of Women’s Wear Daily magazine,  coined the phrase.  He was referring to well dressed socialites who lunched together for various reasons in elegant restaurants.   Since the sixties, “Ladies Who Lunch” has taken on glamorous, as well as not so flattering,  connotations depending on who is telling the story.  Lunches were often used to hold charity events and to network.  Recently the term has resurfaced thanks to books, songs and shows like, “Feud: Capote vs. The Swans”.

Today, the meaning of ladies who lunch has evolved into a symbol of camaraderie, friendship and community.  It’s a term encompassing all women who gather to relax and share in each other’s lives. 

In a world where life gets more accelerated every day, at ANNIE JACK we want to champion ladies who break for lunch and cherish a memorable meal with friends.   Join us on our quest for summer lunch outings that cultivate friendships while making  memories along the way!