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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 Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2010
By the time she reads this article, Bridget McNamee ought to be one happy woman. On the morning of the night that McNamee and her fiance, Gareth Port, were to be married, he put aside a "to-do" list that was chock-full of chores he needed to have accomplished before the 5 p.m. ceremony in Nottingham — chores such as "get a haircut" and "buy cigars. " Instead, with his best man in tow, the 29-year-old was at the Towson Town Center. He was waiting for the brand new Tiffany store to open its doors for the first time so he could buy a bauble for his bride-to-be.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2010
By the time she reads this article, Bridget McNamee ought to be one happy woman. On the morning of the night that McNamee and her fiance, Gareth Port, were to be married, he put aside a "to-do" list that was chock-full of chores he needed to have accomplished before the 5 p.m. ceremony in Nottingham — chores such as "get a haircut" and "buy cigars. " Instead, with his best man in tow, the 29-year-old was at the Towson Town Center. He was waiting for the brand new Tiffany store to open its doors for the first time so he could buy a bauble for his bride-to-be.
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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 Robin Givhan and Robin Givhan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | March 6, 1991
Pity those who follow these 'leaders'We were breezing through the March issue of Bazaar when we spotted a story about "The Fashion 50." The story promised to tell us about the 50 women who start and end trends. They are not necessarily the best-dressed, the story cautioned; it's just that when they wear chartreuse, so do the masses.Of course, there are the usual suspects such as model-actress Isabella Rossellini, singer Janet Jackson, models Iman and Naomi Campbell, designer Donna Karan, designer/social butterfly Paloma Picasso, eternal gamine Audrey Hepburn and fashion muse Donatella Versace.
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By Los Angeles Daily News | November 28, 1990
Gems like this you've never seen, not even in dreams.For her 10th anniversary as a jewelry designer with Tiffany and Co., Paloma Picasso has introduced 10 special suites of jewelry that showcase her talent for simple yet stunning jewelry.The simple part comes from the use of her signature "X" as a design element. The stunning part comes from the size of the gems selected for some of the pieces.Imagine wearing a 715-carat kunzite, a light pink stone named for George Frederick Kunz, a Tiffany executive and gemologist.
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By Elsa Klensch | May 9, 1996
I grew up with a mother whose motto regarding her fake jewelry was "more is better." Maybe it's a rebellion against her, but I have very different tastes. The minimalism trend is for me, and I buy simply shaped clothes in neutral colors. But I realize I nTC do need some jewelry -- real jewelry. How do I go about building a jewelry wardrobe?I can understand your reaction against your mother's jewelry overload and think you are wise to start building a fine jewelry collection. For guidance I asked John Loring, the design director at Tiffany's, for suggestions.
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By Maya Bell and Maya Bell,Orlando Sentinel | July 21, 1992
Forget paradise lost. Forget a city beset by drugs and violence. The headlines that used to give image-makers headaches can now proclaim Miami the newest Tinseltown.The ultimate proof?Madonna, the world's most material girl, just joined a growing galaxy of stars who have bought or are buying homes in greater Miami.Among them: pop singer Whitney Houston, Italian movie goddess Sophia Loren, rapper Vanilla Ice, Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias, Broadway impresario Harold Prince, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, designer Paloma Picasso, author Anne Rice and Bee Gees Robin, Maurice and Barry Gibb.
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December 29, 2008
DOROTHY SARNOFF, 94 Self-help pioneer Sweaty palms, nervous laughter, a Brooklyn accent, panic-induced silences. These were just a few of the image blemishes addressed by Dorothy Sarnoff, an opera singer and Broadway star who had a much bigger second career as one of the first, and most influential, image consultants, coaxing stage-worthy performances from business executives preparing a big speech, ambassadors on their way to foreign assignments and...
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By Elinor J. Brecher and Elinor J. Brecher,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 19, 1991
Miami -- If all that glitters is not gold, you can bet that a whole lot of what sparkles isn't diamonds, rubies, sapphires or emeralds, either -- especially in these recessionary times.When it comes to flashy gems, "faux" is no longer "pas." Paste is anything but passe.Just ask Nat Hyman, 28, founder N. Landau Hyman Jewels in Boca Raton, Fla..Four years ago, the former real estate developer and architect from Allentown, Pa., opened his first boutique on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. As fast as the economy slid down the tubes, he says, his sales climbed through the roof.
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | December 16, 1993
Among her friends, Annlynn Best is considered "the token dramatic."How else would you describe a 45-year-old woman who wears hot pink leather, snakeskin and cat suits?Ms. Best, an image consultant who lives in Cross Keys, knows her attire turns heads -- sometimes approvingly, sometimes not. It doesn't bother her, though, that others may not appreciate her panache."I'm usually the most overdressed person at any function," says Ms. Best. "And I'm comfortable that way."As an image consultant, you help others define their style.
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By Roy H. Campbell and Roy H. Campbell,Knight-Ridder News Service | July 1, 1993
The titans of the beauty and fashion world and a celebrity or two converged on Lincoln Center in New York recently for the 21st annual Fragrance Awards -- the FiFis.It was a mass demonstration of fashion sense (and fashionable scents) by the image-conscious perfume industry, the very people who manufacture and sell dreams in a bottle. The men wore standard black tie, but the women were dressed in enough extravagant designer rags to fill the pages of a year's worth of Harper's Bazaars. And not a body went undoused, it seemed.
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