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By --Donna Peremes and --Donna Peremes,--Knight-Ridder News Service--New York Times News Service | November 1, 1990
Raincoat of a different colorWe have discovered proof that designers really are making color a staple in a man's wardrobe. Burberry's, the company known for khaki trench coats, plaid lining and conservative tailoring, is launching a Thomas Burberry sportswear line. Menswear trade publication DNR reports that the line debuted in New York, Chicago and San Francisco and will make its way into the other U.S. Burberry Boutiques next year. The line is going after younger customers with such colors as pea green, bright blue and muted orange.
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By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | July 24, 2013
Howard magazine launched its first-ever Howard County's Favorite Pet contest this spring. More than 1,600 votes were cast. From a field of 62 dogs and cats, Boss, a Yorkie Poo, was named top dog. About Boss Boss is a 2-year-old Yorkie Poo (Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle mix). His daily schedule is a busy one -- first playing, then playing some more. During walks, he takes every opportunity to chase squirrels and birds. He also enjoys playing “Wiggle Worm,” a game he invented in which he wiggles around on his back while being tickled by his doting owners, Phyllis Smith and Stephen Mitchell.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 26, 2004
The Great Exchange So in addition to today being the start of Kwanzaa, it's also known in England as Boxing Day - the day that the servants were given a day off and sent home to their families with a box of gifts from their boss. Here at Style File, the day after Christmas is more commonly observed as Return Day. Yes, indeedy, it's time to get to the stores and transform the stuff you got that you don't like into stuff that you absolutely love. Feeling guilty? Confused? Tired? Don't. We aim to help by letting you know what you need to get during this most exciting shopping day of the year:** Love on hand What you got: His and Hers dental floss Who gave it: Great Aunt Sylvia What you should get instead: The Smitten, an accessory that makes handholding with your honey oh so very practical.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2011
The proprietor of Handbags in the City has a fashion sense that favors the classical, whether he's wearing a belted Burberry trench coat with a standup collar, lounging in a Mulberry cashmere sweater or modeling a jacket lined with shearling. And Sparky's owner, George Sakellaris, also in Burberry, doesn't look too shabby, either. "He's a little old man, and he loves dressing up," says Sakellaris, co-owner of the store at 840 Aliceanna St., the shop where Sparky, a 13-year-old Brussels Griffon, can be found most days.
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By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | July 24, 2013
Howard magazine launched its first-ever Howard County's Favorite Pet contest this spring. More than 1,600 votes were cast. From a field of 62 dogs and cats, Boss, a Yorkie Poo, was named top dog. About Boss Boss is a 2-year-old Yorkie Poo (Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle mix). His daily schedule is a busy one -- first playing, then playing some more. During walks, he takes every opportunity to chase squirrels and birds. He also enjoys playing “Wiggle Worm,” a game he invented in which he wiggles around on his back while being tickled by his doting owners, Phyllis Smith and Stephen Mitchell.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,London Bureau of The Sun | March 15, 1994
LONDON -- The chattering classes had themselves a bit of a giggle when the inner-city borough of Hackney -- poor, cockney, multicultural and the erstwhile home of "the loony left" -- announced the appointment of a tourist director.London tourist routes generally fall within a well-trodden territory marked roughly by Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Harrod's luxury department store, West End theaters, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.One old guide says the most interesting place in Hackney is a former swamp.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2011
The proprietor of Handbags in the City has a fashion sense that favors the classical, whether he's wearing a belted Burberry trench coat with a standup collar, lounging in a Mulberry cashmere sweater or modeling a jacket lined with shearling. And Sparky's owner, George Sakellaris, also in Burberry, doesn't look too shabby, either. "He's a little old man, and he loves dressing up," says Sakellaris, co-owner of the store at 840 Aliceanna St., the shop where Sparky, a 13-year-old Brussels Griffon, can be found most days.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2011
LEA MICHELE'S BRACELET Want those bracelets worn by "Glee's" Lea Michele on the May cover of Marie Claire? They're from Janis Savitt, a designer whose collection is carried by Trillium in Green Spring Station. "The simplicity of it makes it so elegant," says Trillium owner Sima Blue. "It's very contemporary, and it's wearable. It's cutting edge. " Find the Janis Savitt crystal bracelets ranging from $125-$145 at Trillium, 2360 W. Joppa Road in Lutherville. Or call 410-821-9696.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2009
She may have two young sons - ages 5 and 8 - but the last thing Jill Kamenetz, 40, ever wants to look like is a mom. "I like to look sexy. I don't like to look like a mom. I never want to look like a worn-out mom. I want my boys to look at me and say, 'THAT'S my mom.' " We "glimpsed" the wife of Baltimore County Councilman Kevin Kamenetz having lunch at Stone Mill Bakery with other young moms and their kids, and looking anything but a worn-out mom....
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By A.M. Chaplin and A.M. Chaplin,Sun Staff | February 14, 1999
Personal choiceFashion and style are related, but they're not the same thing. Fashion is what designers and fashion magazines say it is. Style, on the other hand, occurs when an individual forges a powerful personal look. Sometimes style sidesteps fashion (then we call it classic). Sometimes it anticipates fashion. And sometimes it does both.Thus Mount Vernon resident Tanisha Jenne McClellan (right), 21, calls herself a "fashion nut," but sticks with items that suit her life and heritage.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 26, 2004
The Great Exchange So in addition to today being the start of Kwanzaa, it's also known in England as Boxing Day - the day that the servants were given a day off and sent home to their families with a box of gifts from their boss. Here at Style File, the day after Christmas is more commonly observed as Return Day. Yes, indeedy, it's time to get to the stores and transform the stuff you got that you don't like into stuff that you absolutely love. Feeling guilty? Confused? Tired? Don't. We aim to help by letting you know what you need to get during this most exciting shopping day of the year:** Love on hand What you got: His and Hers dental floss Who gave it: Great Aunt Sylvia What you should get instead: The Smitten, an accessory that makes handholding with your honey oh so very practical.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,London Bureau of The Sun | March 15, 1994
LONDON -- The chattering classes had themselves a bit of a giggle when the inner-city borough of Hackney -- poor, cockney, multicultural and the erstwhile home of "the loony left" -- announced the appointment of a tourist director.London tourist routes generally fall within a well-trodden territory marked roughly by Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, Harrod's luxury department store, West End theaters, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.One old guide says the most interesting place in Hackney is a former swamp.
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By --Donna Peremes and --Donna Peremes,--Knight-Ridder News Service--New York Times News Service | November 1, 1990
Raincoat of a different colorWe have discovered proof that designers really are making color a staple in a man's wardrobe. Burberry's, the company known for khaki trench coats, plaid lining and conservative tailoring, is launching a Thomas Burberry sportswear line. Menswear trade publication DNR reports that the line debuted in New York, Chicago and San Francisco and will make its way into the other U.S. Burberry Boutiques next year. The line is going after younger customers with such colors as pea green, bright blue and muted orange.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,Sun Staff | June 17, 2001
Nobody asked me, but here are some things I don't want for Father's Day: A Sharper Image cooling / warming system that you wear around your neck like a slave collar. I do not want a World's Greatest Dad T-shirt or coffee mug or barbecue apron or, for that matter, a $3,000 gas-fired barbecue grill or even a set of barbecue tools. My theory is that food tastes best when it's made in an air-conditioned, mosquito-free kitchen. No "Wall Street-related gift for that special father." No "incredible" $199.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2009
Even Preakness fashion wasn't immune to the recession. In the Corporate Village - itself downsized - many fashionistas used a bit more ingenuity instead of income to create their race day outfits, beginning with the event's iconic fashion symbol: the hat. "When you look at the prices of hats, they're going for $400. And I'm not that good a bettor," said Bethany Chirico, 36. So the Falls Church, Va., meeting planner found an inexpensive white brimmed hat and wrapped a white feather boa around it. Managing the Turf Club tent wasn't Denise Dotterweich's only Preakness duty.
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