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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | May 15, 2003
Dear Cheryl, Where can I find clothes / shoes / handbags / jewelry similar to those seen on Sex and the City without paying exorbitant prices? -- Trina in San Francisco Dear Trina, Talk about the big fashion question of the past couple of years. As much as I adore the HBO series, it has always been a complete mystery how Carrie Bradshaw has kept her closet stuffed with Prada ensembles and Manolo Blahniks on a journalist's -- take it from me -- usually measly salary. There is hope, however, for real people on a modest budget.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | May 15, 2003
Dear Cheryl, Where can I find clothes / shoes / handbags / jewelry similar to those seen on Sex and the City without paying exorbitant prices? -- Trina in San Francisco Dear Trina, Talk about the big fashion question of the past couple of years. As much as I adore the HBO series, it has always been a complete mystery how Carrie Bradshaw has kept her closet stuffed with Prada ensembles and Manolo Blahniks on a journalist's -- take it from me -- usually measly salary. There is hope, however, for real people on a modest budget.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2000
As co-founder of the American Dime Museum, home to a two-headed calf and other freaks of nature, Dick Horne prefers a "professorial" image, "not seedy, but borderline," he explains. Horne's wife, WBJC on-air personality and Baltimore Symphony chorus member Dyana Neal, prefers an "artsy but sophisticated look." Recently, the couple held forth at the opening of a new Dime Museum wing, featuring an exhibit called, "Midway in Miniature." They looked grand; he in his dark hues, she in leather slacks and a cashmere sweater.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2000
As co-founder of the American Dime Museum, home to a two-headed calf and other freaks of nature, Dick Horne prefers a "professorial" image, "not seedy, but borderline," he explains. Horne's wife, WBJC on-air personality and Baltimore Symphony chorus member Dyana Neal, prefers an "artsy but sophisticated look." Recently, the couple held forth at the opening of a new Dime Museum wing, featuring an exhibit called, "Midway in Miniature." They looked grand; he in his dark hues, she in leather slacks and a cashmere sweater.
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By Pat Morgan and Pat Morgan,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 20, 1990
In an effort to offer at-a-glance assistance to those who have worldwide business interests, the Fendi sisters of Italy offer the Dual Time Bangle.A gold bracelet-watch with two faces, the Dual Time Bangle lets you stay current in two time zones at once.Available for $495 at better department stores, the bangle features profiles of the two-faced Roman god Janus, one on each watch face. It's also water-resistant to 100 feet, just in case your international interests take you, say, snorkeling in both the Bahamas and Australia.
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By LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | March 15, 2003
Oscar presenters have much to look forward to: the coveted Oscar goodie bag. Originally created as a small token of appreciation to about 40 presenters, it has grown to a Hefty bag-size basket. According to Hollywood buzz, the gift basket, which was valued at $8,000 back in 1999, is now worth nearly $30,000. So, what's in the bag for 2003? Below is a partial list with manufacturers' estimated retail value: Estee Lauder Oscar Spa package (a custom-made Goyard travel case stuffed with Manolo Blahnik sandals, Hermes beach towel, La Grande Dame Veuve Clicquot champagne, gift certificate for spa services, Estee Lauder cosmetics)
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,SUN FASHION EDITOR | December 28, 1995
It was a year of contradictions and confusion for the fashion-minded as designers and retailers opened a grab bag of trends, hoping to recharge a lagging interest in shopping and dressing.What to wear? Fashionables touted the return of "Conservative Chic," polished dressing patterned after legendary clotheshorses like Jackie O. and Grace Kelly. Male fashion took inspiration from "Forrest Gump," a film that launched "Geek Chic."When to wear it? IBM demoted the suit and put the corporate stamp of approval on "Casual Friday."
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By Jill Gerston and Jill Gerston,Contributing Writer | December 26, 1993
Taking a cue from Ralph Lauren, whose chic, pricey home designs have enamored fans across the Atlantic, some top European fashion designers, including Eman- uel Ungaro, Gianni Versace and Claude Montana, are trying to woo American clients with their own luxury home lines.Design buffs bored with traditional print sheets and flower-sprigged china can now sample Italian and French collections that emphasize bold colors, offbeat patterns and motifs inspired by everything from Roman ruins to African cloth.
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By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,Sun Staff | September 17, 2000
A woman's woman's handbag can be the most essential, dependable, cluttered, dramatic, sensual element in her life. She may rely upon it more than she does upon her sitter or her husband. It can hold more secrets than her most faithful friend. Its loss might be felt more keenly than the loss of a hairdresser, yet a new handbag can feel like a new love: the promise of a fresh start and the hope for perfection. Her handbag can be as whimsical as beads, fur and straw flowers or as severe as black patent leather.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2008
No one will ever be able to accuse Nathalie Beatty of being a wallflower - in either her style or her personality. This "professional volunteer" is known for carrying off a cutting-edge style. Just check out her outfit as she co-chaired the Ruth Shaw Fashion Show at the Baltimore School for the Arts. The 41-year-old Baltimore resident credits her Egyptian-born mom. "I was definitely influenced by my mother's European aesthetic, but I've always had my own strong opinions about what I like.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | April 4, 2004
Synchronicity in Pikesville is a unique place. For starters, it sells couture clothing and accessories. We're talking Chanel, Vera Wang, Prada, Fendi, Gucci, Versace, Gianfranco Ferre -- the kind of clothing we haven't seen much of in these parts, unless you count the pages of Vanity Fair. Owner Karen Mazer discounts the majority of her stock by at least 50 percent. There are clothes for men and children too. And vintage couture for the hipster set. And wait, there's more. Like sizes that range from 0 to 26 and a comfy waiting area with toys, computers, leather recliners and a flat-screen TV for non-shoppers.
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By Lisa Anderson and Lisa Anderson,Chicago Tribune | March 18, 1992
Perhaps as a maverick reaction to the leaden economy and the New Age asceticism that quickly has attained the sort of chic once reserved for Chanel suits, fashion's recent romance with shiny stuff has become a fever for spring -- gold fever.On both sides of the Atlantic, Midas-minded designers have mined a mountain of golden accessories and glimmery fabrics. There are enough gilt buttons to outfit the British navy and enough golden chains -- wrapping necks, wrists and waists -- to sink it.In Milan, Gianni Versace piled on the gold, from golden coins trimming pockets and shoes to belts of gilt starfish slung low around silk jeans.
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