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By Stephanie Shapiro and By Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff | May 26, 2002
TYSONS CORNER, Va. -- A festive din fills Neiman Marcus, where designer Kate Spade has come to promote her new line of beauty products and fragrance. A 90-minute queue of chattering Spade acolytes, all female, winds through the cosmetics department. They sip lemonade from pastel glasses and nibble cookies that look like miniature Kate Spade handbags. Sales associates, dressed in circle skirts and wearing pert little ponytails, a la Audrey Hepburn (a Spade inspiration), are deployed through the store to draw a crowd.
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By [SUSAN REIMER] | May 4, 2008
SAUCY SHOES One Park Place, Suite 3, Annapolis / / Open 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-4 p.m. Sunday / / 410-263-3425 ........................ SARAH GOODALL SAYS SHE HAS THE SHOP of her dreams. But it looks like she has the closet of her dreams. The Chestertown native was 30 and had worked and lived in Baltimore for seven years as a regional sales manager for Pitney Bowles. "I was ready to leave the city, and I had always dreamed of having my own shop," she said. So she opened Saucy Shoes in the new Park Place development in Annapolis and filled the tiny shop in the high-end complex with high-end shoes and purses: Missoni, Kate Spade, Delman, Pedro Garcia, Tibe, Rafe, Hollywould and Bettye Muller.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | April 13, 2001
The word went out on the streets about a month ago. A shipment was coming from L.A. Good stuff. Prime stuff. Stuff that can get you really high. Assuming you're the kind of person who gets a buzz from buying designer goods at 50 percent off. Prices are always discounted sharply at C-Mart, the salvage store in Forest Hill that has been a Harford County mecca for shoppers for more than a quarter-century. But yesterday, the store put out the kind of stock that starts rumors and draws crowds.
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October 14, 2007
WORLD Israeli raid targeted a reactor Israel's air attack on Syria last month was directed against a site that Israeli and U.S. intelligence judged was a partly constructed nuclear reactor, apparently modeled on one North Korea has used. pg 19a Vatican suspends monsignor The Vatican said yesterday that it has suspended a monsignor from a senior post at the Holy See after an Italian TV program using a hidden camera recorded him making advances to a young man and asserting that gay sex was not sinful.
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By [SUSAN REIMER] | May 4, 2008
SAUCY SHOES One Park Place, Suite 3, Annapolis / / Open 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-4 p.m. Sunday / / 410-263-3425 ........................ SARAH GOODALL SAYS SHE HAS THE SHOP of her dreams. But it looks like she has the closet of her dreams. The Chestertown native was 30 and had worked and lived in Baltimore for seven years as a regional sales manager for Pitney Bowles. "I was ready to leave the city, and I had always dreamed of having my own shop," she said. So she opened Saucy Shoes in the new Park Place development in Annapolis and filled the tiny shop in the high-end complex with high-end shoes and purses: Missoni, Kate Spade, Delman, Pedro Garcia, Tibe, Rafe, Hollywould and Bettye Muller.
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By AIME PALMER and AIME PALMER,PALM BEACH POST | October 16, 2005
In just a few years, Apple's iPod MP3 players have gone from geeky gadget to "gotta have it." But having the pricey gizmo may no longer be enough. This fall, couture designers from Chanel to Marc Jacobs are offering cases in calfskin, signature canvas, you name it - sometimes at more than $300 a pop. But is the average MP3 junkie ready to dish out more for a posh case than for the player itself? "Over the last year or two, the market has shifted on iPod cases," says Dean Constantine of XtremeMac of Weston, Fla. "It used to be that protection for the iPod was the most important thing.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | May 2, 2004
Black and white is hot all over this spring. Store displays are all sporting such combos as white pants and short black jackets, bold black and white print dresses, florals, ginghams and stripes all done up in darks and lights. Black and white looks classic and pretty. Always. Don't fall into the trap of wearing a white shirt with a black bottom -- lest you look like a server. And there's no reason that your black and white has to be tailored either. We've seen some floaty numbers, such as this dress by Emma James ($79)
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By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | June 29, 1997
L' Air JordanHe's smelling all the way to the bank. When Michael Jordan The Fragrance was launched last year, jokes about smelly sneakers and eau de locker circulated through fashion land. Nobody's laughing now. At the Fragrance Foundation's FiFi awards gala this month, Michael Jordan Cologne won the U.S. star of the year trophy. He's now in the same foo-foo league with the likes of Bulgari Pour Homme, 24 Faubourg by Hermes, Giorgio Armani's Acqua Di Gio Pour Homme, Coty's Celebrate and Raw Vanilla for Men, Avon's Millennia and Navigator for Men by Dana.
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2000
Cosmetics by Calvin You can't get much cooler than Calvin Klein's sleek, minimalist clothes. Unless, of course, you consider the popular designer's new color cosmetics line. Calvin Klein color cosmetics, which debuted in stores recently, include lip, eye, cheek and face color, as well as seven skin-care items and accessories such as brushes and sharpeners. Calvin himself reportedly picked the shades for his 180-piece line. Look for everything from robust red to nearly nude. The overall look is translucent and natural.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | July 1, 2001
That flawless glow Finally, a product that lives up to its hype. When Jessica Green, a spokeswoman for Prescriptives Hmagic collection, sent us information about the company's new Body Potion loaded with promises like "the illusion of flawless, conditioned radiant skin -- instantly," we were duly skeptical. "It's amazing," she continued, this time on the phone. "Try it." So we did. She was right. Body Potion does what it says, which is act as a waterproof, liquid stocking for legs of any color.
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By AIME PALMER and AIME PALMER,PALM BEACH POST | October 16, 2005
In just a few years, Apple's iPod MP3 players have gone from geeky gadget to "gotta have it." But having the pricey gizmo may no longer be enough. This fall, couture designers from Chanel to Marc Jacobs are offering cases in calfskin, signature canvas, you name it - sometimes at more than $300 a pop. But is the average MP3 junkie ready to dish out more for a posh case than for the player itself? "Over the last year or two, the market has shifted on iPod cases," says Dean Constantine of XtremeMac of Weston, Fla. "It used to be that protection for the iPod was the most important thing.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | May 2, 2004
Black and white is hot all over this spring. Store displays are all sporting such combos as white pants and short black jackets, bold black and white print dresses, florals, ginghams and stripes all done up in darks and lights. Black and white looks classic and pretty. Always. Don't fall into the trap of wearing a white shirt with a black bottom -- lest you look like a server. And there's no reason that your black and white has to be tailored either. We've seen some floaty numbers, such as this dress by Emma James ($79)
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By Stephanie Shapiro and By Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff | May 26, 2002
TYSONS CORNER, Va. -- A festive din fills Neiman Marcus, where designer Kate Spade has come to promote her new line of beauty products and fragrance. A 90-minute queue of chattering Spade acolytes, all female, winds through the cosmetics department. They sip lemonade from pastel glasses and nibble cookies that look like miniature Kate Spade handbags. Sales associates, dressed in circle skirts and wearing pert little ponytails, a la Audrey Hepburn (a Spade inspiration), are deployed through the store to draw a crowd.
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By Judy Hevrdejs and Judy Hevrdejs,Special to the Sun | August 12, 2001
When dressing for work or play or a dinner out with friends, do you always: (a) check if your shirttail is tucked in; (b) scope out your hair for cowlicks; or (c) put a carefully selected package of mints into your pocket or purse? A and B are perfectly acceptable answers, but if you picked C, then you are probably also aware that choosing an attractive tin of mints can be as important as choosing the right fashion accessory. Gucci loafers or red high tops? A Swatch or a Rolex? A red-and-white tin of Altoids or a pink tin of mints from hot accessories designer Kate Spade?
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | July 1, 2001
That flawless glow Finally, a product that lives up to its hype. When Jessica Green, a spokeswoman for Prescriptives Hmagic collection, sent us information about the company's new Body Potion loaded with promises like "the illusion of flawless, conditioned radiant skin -- instantly," we were duly skeptical. "It's amazing," she continued, this time on the phone. "Try it." So we did. She was right. Body Potion does what it says, which is act as a waterproof, liquid stocking for legs of any color.
NEWS
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | April 13, 2001
The word went out on the streets about a month ago. A shipment was coming from L.A. Good stuff. Prime stuff. Stuff that can get you really high. Assuming you're the kind of person who gets a buzz from buying designer goods at 50 percent off. Prices are always discounted sharply at C-Mart, the salvage store in Forest Hill that has been a Harford County mecca for shoppers for more than a quarter-century. But yesterday, the store put out the kind of stock that starts rumors and draws crowds.
NEWS
By Judy Hevrdejs and Judy Hevrdejs,Special to the Sun | August 12, 2001
When dressing for work or play or a dinner out with friends, do you always: (a) check if your shirttail is tucked in; (b) scope out your hair for cowlicks; or (c) put a carefully selected package of mints into your pocket or purse? A and B are perfectly acceptable answers, but if you picked C, then you are probably also aware that choosing an attractive tin of mints can be as important as choosing the right fashion accessory. Gucci loafers or red high tops? A Swatch or a Rolex? A red-and-white tin of Altoids or a pink tin of mints from hot accessories designer Kate Spade?
NEWS
October 14, 2007
WORLD Israeli raid targeted a reactor Israel's air attack on Syria last month was directed against a site that Israeli and U.S. intelligence judged was a partly constructed nuclear reactor, apparently modeled on one North Korea has used. pg 19a Vatican suspends monsignor The Vatican said yesterday that it has suspended a monsignor from a senior post at the Holy See after an Italian TV program using a hidden camera recorded him making advances to a young man and asserting that gay sex was not sinful.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2000
Cosmetics by Calvin You can't get much cooler than Calvin Klein's sleek, minimalist clothes. Unless, of course, you consider the popular designer's new color cosmetics line. Calvin Klein color cosmetics, which debuted in stores recently, include lip, eye, cheek and face color, as well as seven skin-care items and accessories such as brushes and sharpeners. Calvin himself reportedly picked the shades for his 180-piece line. Look for everything from robust red to nearly nude. The overall look is translucent and natural.
FEATURES
By Vida Roberts and Vida Roberts,Sun Fashion Editor | June 29, 1997
L' Air JordanHe's smelling all the way to the bank. When Michael Jordan The Fragrance was launched last year, jokes about smelly sneakers and eau de locker circulated through fashion land. Nobody's laughing now. At the Fragrance Foundation's FiFi awards gala this month, Michael Jordan Cologne won the U.S. star of the year trophy. He's now in the same foo-foo league with the likes of Bulgari Pour Homme, 24 Faubourg by Hermes, Giorgio Armani's Acqua Di Gio Pour Homme, Coty's Celebrate and Raw Vanilla for Men, Avon's Millennia and Navigator for Men by Dana.
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