Banana Republic goes petite Good news for the...


November 04, 2001|By Tricia Bishop | Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF

Banana Republic goes petite

Good news for the vertically challenged prepster: Banana Republic has launched a petite line that scales down the company's entire collection (much of which is made up this season by blazers, wide-legged pants and tailored skirts). The petite sizing is only available online, though, and not in stores: T. B.


Nov. 10 - The third annual Harvest/Holiday Show, featuring the work of local artists (much of it wearable), will be held this year at Ellie's Smellies (227 Main St., Reisterstown; 410-526-1100) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pottery, jewelry and homemade bath salts will be on display.

Nov. 10 - Mo'Nique, Baltimore native and star of UPN's The Parkers, will promote her own fur designs at Mano Swartz (98 Village Square, Village of Cross Keys; 410-825-9000) from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The collection includes a mink sweat suit and a white mink vest with matching headband. Prices range from $895 to $4,995.- T. B.

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