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By Maria Blackburn : special to the sun | August 24, 2003
We know. It's still summer. It's hot and humid and, well, boring. That's why we decided to give you a sneak peek at fall. Eileen Fisher does fall right. Her simple, modern, easy-to-wear sweaters, skirts and trousers look so touchable, so stylish. We are loving her ivory silk mohair V-neck cardigan (pictured left, $218) and gray knitted wool crepe bias skirt ($118). Top it off with a cute pumpkin beanie ($58), and you're set. Eileen Fisher clothing is available at Nordstrom and Eileen Fisher stores in Tyson's Galleria in McLean, Va., and the Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | June 13, 2004
Lovers of the well-made, high-end lotions, salves and skin tonics crafted by New York's Kiehl's and packaged in a unique no-frills way now have a new reason to love the company. Nope, we're not talking about their new baby line or their blue herbal line, although both are certainly lovable. We're talking about the company's new store in Georgetown. The store features tin ceilings and wood floors, a 5-foot marble sculpture of a classic Kiehl's bottle, an exquisitely crafted harp by local artist Rick Kemper, and a wall where you can post a photograph of your baby.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,Sun Staff | May 3, 1998
T-shirt tattoosSo the 'rents are, like, really driving you nuts? They won't let you have a tattoo? Who cares? Tattoos now can be found on clothes: They're cropping up on jeans, long skirts, T-shirts and sweat shirts - like this one from delia's catalog (800-delia-ny).Go ahead. Make a statement. And keep your parents happy, too.oooooooooWho needs the commitment of a tattoo, anyway?For Mom, perfume and powderAre you wondering what to give Mom for Mother's Day?You're not? Well, you should be.Here's a sweet suggestion: Tiffany & Co. is offering a Floral Garden Gift Set, including perfume, dusting powder and body lotion, for $70. With each gift sold, Tiffany's will donate a portion of the sales price to the Girl Scouts Camp, a program that provides camp scholarships to underprivileged girls.
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By Maria Blackburn : special to the sun | August 24, 2003
We know. It's still summer. It's hot and humid and, well, boring. That's why we decided to give you a sneak peek at fall. Eileen Fisher does fall right. Her simple, modern, easy-to-wear sweaters, skirts and trousers look so touchable, so stylish. We are loving her ivory silk mohair V-neck cardigan (pictured left, $218) and gray knitted wool crepe bias skirt ($118). Top it off with a cute pumpkin beanie ($58), and you're set. Eileen Fisher clothing is available at Nordstrom and Eileen Fisher stores in Tyson's Galleria in McLean, Va., and the Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | June 13, 2004
Lovers of the well-made, high-end lotions, salves and skin tonics crafted by New York's Kiehl's and packaged in a unique no-frills way now have a new reason to love the company. Nope, we're not talking about their new baby line or their blue herbal line, although both are certainly lovable. We're talking about the company's new store in Georgetown. The store features tin ceilings and wood floors, a 5-foot marble sculpture of a classic Kiehl's bottle, an exquisitely crafted harp by local artist Rick Kemper, and a wall where you can post a photograph of your baby.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2012
An online rant by a man whose sister was killed in a car crash in Baltimore went viral this week after he accused Progressive Advanced Insurance Co. of siding with the driver whose car hit his sister's vehicle in June 2010. Matt Fisher's Monday post on tumblr.com sparked international coverage and a barrage of outraged tweets and comments. "If you are insured by Progressive, and they owe you money, they will defend your killer in court in order to not pay you your policy," he wrote.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | August 26, 1999
It's all too easy to assume that Carol Mason, director of membership for the Naval Institute, a professional association for the sea services that presents seminars and publishes magazines and books, dresses with the uniform consistency of a naval officer or midshipman. Not true. Mason, a 46-year-old mother of three sons, has a loose, unpredictable style, long on comfort and big on black and white. At defense industry exhibitions, Mason, of Annapolis, says she wears "what passes for me as a suit."
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | December 2, 1990
Attending trade fairs in the region may be a good way to attract business to the county, James C. Threatte told members of the county's Economic Development Commission on Wednesday.Threatte, director of the county Department of Economic and Community Development, said he and staff member Eileen Fisher attended a biotechnology business fair Tuesday in Washington and talked with two companies that showed an interest in locating in the county."Technological industries are the future of Carroll County," he said.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | January 6, 1991
Carroll County is on the right track with its efforts to promote economic growth, Maryland's top economic development official said Wednesday.But to attract more business the county should push for better connections to major highways, airport expansion and adequate water supplies to accommodate growth, said J. Randall Evans.Evans, secretary of the Department of Economic and Employment Development, said he has talked with county Economic Development Director James C. Threatte and the commissioners and is encouraged by their efforts.
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By Elsa Klensch and Elsa Klensch,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | February 1, 1996
My husband and I have been invited to Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands by his most important client. They told us we'll be taking long evening cruises, and I have no idea what kind of jacket I should take. The only warm clothes I have were meant for snowy, mountain weather. What would work well and look good in the islands?It can get a bit chilly on an evening cruise. Consider a hooded jacket in a medium weight, perhaps a cotton jersey anorak in a flat knit that would be soft but thick enough to protect you from the wind.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,Sun Staff | May 3, 1998
T-shirt tattoosSo the 'rents are, like, really driving you nuts? They won't let you have a tattoo? Who cares? Tattoos now can be found on clothes: They're cropping up on jeans, long skirts, T-shirts and sweat shirts - like this one from delia's catalog (800-delia-ny).Go ahead. Make a statement. And keep your parents happy, too.oooooooooWho needs the commitment of a tattoo, anyway?For Mom, perfume and powderAre you wondering what to give Mom for Mother's Day?You're not? Well, you should be.Here's a sweet suggestion: Tiffany & Co. is offering a Floral Garden Gift Set, including perfume, dusting powder and body lotion, for $70. With each gift sold, Tiffany's will donate a portion of the sales price to the Girl Scouts Camp, a program that provides camp scholarships to underprivileged girls.
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By VIDA ROBERTS and VIDA ROBERTS,SUN FASHION EDITOR | September 7, 1997
Clean designingVelvet slinks are the evening look of the moment. Across the board, international superdesigner collections include velvet -- cut, panne, crushed and painted. What sets couture velvets apart is not only precious prices, but precious handling. You don't just drop a Gucci or Givenchy off at the neighborhood dry cleaner. In fact, the higher the price, the higher the likelihood that it can't be cleaned at all. No problem for the rich, lean ladies who buy them because they don't spend much time in them or at local rib stand.
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE and ELIZABETH LARGE,SUN REPORTER | June 11, 2006
1. There are two things designers and retailers will tell you about white this summer. It's the hottest (or coolest) trend of the season, and there are no rules about it anymore. That's almost true. You can certainly wear white before Memorial Day and after Labor Day. But a lot of us could still use a little guidance once we invest in more than a crisp white shirt or a pair of white shorts. With that in mind, we asked people in the fashion business for their rules, tips and suggestions for wearing white from head to toe this summer.
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