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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | May 25, 2008
WHO KNEW THERE was a cache of fashionistas tucked up on the third floor of the Can Company in Canton? It makes sense, when you consider all the creative minds behind the technology start-ups headquartered there at the Emerging Technologies Centers. EntreQuest account executive Bronwyn LeGette is just one great example. She knows fashion, and herself. She stays away from black "because it's too stark for me," preferring browns, blues and variations of white. And then there's her favorite color.
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By Clare Lochary and Special to b | April 7, 2011
I t’s here. Finally. After months of sweaters and sleet and boots and blizzards, spring has returned. It’s time to put your winter wardrobe in mothballs and ease into warmer weather, longer days and, best of all, new, lighter, looser, cooler clothes. b checked in with some of Baltimore’s best fashion minds to find out what’s trending this  spring and summer. Ahoy matey Given Baltimore’s proximity to Annapolis, we probably shouldn’t favor Army green over Navy blue too much.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Sun | August 3, 2008
Forget Baltimore's hot, muggy weather. Christy Larrimore is a summer breeze personified as she dashes out to grab lunch at Harvest Table, from her new job as a retail marketing operations coordinator at Under Armour. We also found out Larrimore isn't the first fashion plate in the family to be "Glimpsed." It seems her new stepdad is Jack Antwerpen, who we ran across a few months ago at the Prime Rib as he and her mom were celebrating their forthcoming nuptials. Sorry, Jack, your style is most definitely unique, but Christy's cobalt blue shirt dress, ballet flats and gorgeous tote handbag are winners.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Sun | August 3, 2008
Forget Baltimore's hot, muggy weather. Christy Larrimore is a summer breeze personified as she dashes out to grab lunch at Harvest Table, from her new job as a retail marketing operations coordinator at Under Armour. We also found out Larrimore isn't the first fashion plate in the family to be "Glimpsed." It seems her new stepdad is Jack Antwerpen, who we ran across a few months ago at the Prime Rib as he and her mom were celebrating their forthcoming nuptials. Sorry, Jack, your style is most definitely unique, but Christy's cobalt blue shirt dress, ballet flats and gorgeous tote handbag are winners.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Clare Lochary and Special to b | April 7, 2011
I t’s here. Finally. After months of sweaters and sleet and boots and blizzards, spring has returned. It’s time to put your winter wardrobe in mothballs and ease into warmer weather, longer days and, best of all, new, lighter, looser, cooler clothes. b checked in with some of Baltimore’s best fashion minds to find out what’s trending this  spring and summer. Ahoy matey Given Baltimore’s proximity to Annapolis, we probably shouldn’t favor Army green over Navy blue too much.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2011
In Baltimore, the best way to capture the vibe spotted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is with a quick trip to a department store or high-end boutique. Both are generally stocked with a slew of garments from designers whose creations regularly appear on the runway and in the glossy magazines. This week, expect to see plenty of bold colors, feminine details such as playful necklines, and lighter pieces that are perfect for the warmer months as the annual fashion extravaganza, which runs through Thursday in New York City, showcases designers' spring 2012 collections.
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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 Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | December 2, 2007
What do models wear when they're off the runway and off the clock? We would like to believe they lounge around in yoga pants and sneakers the way we do, but the fact is, they're often just as stylish off camera as they are on. We stumbled across Bre - a Season 5 contestant on Tyra Banks' reality show, America's Next Top Model - at the Pantene and JET "Sisters of Shine" Tour VIP Reception, which was held at Velocity Hair Studio in Pikesville. Bre was there in what she calls "casual clothes."
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By Elizabeth Wellington and Elizabeth Wellington,McClatchy-Tribune | July 20, 2008
We all know how burning, muggy summers can tempt us into making questionable style choices for the office: bare legs, cleavage-baring tops, flip-flops, and probably the biggest offense of all - wearing shorts in the cubicle. So this week, as the temperatures climb to the 90s, humidity in tow, we should pay special attention to our workplace attire. It can be the difference between spending the rest of the day in company-paid air-conditioning or trudging back home in the heat to try your luck again.
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | June 8, 2008
MARY CARROLL Alderman is all about fashion. She owns the Panache clothing store in Green Spring Station and is one of the best advertisements for the place. At work, and off, this Ruxton resident is always a fashion plate. An unconstructed tunic top, skinny white jeans and fabulous shoes are what she throws on to meet friends for a casual dinner at Tark's Grill at the Station. Alderman knows how to put the va-va in voom! Age: "I'm still 44." Residence: Ruxton Job: Owner of Essentials by Panache Self-described style: "Classic, but updated and a little bit trendy."
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to the Sun | May 25, 2008
WHO KNEW THERE was a cache of fashionistas tucked up on the third floor of the Can Company in Canton? It makes sense, when you consider all the creative minds behind the technology start-ups headquartered there at the Emerging Technologies Centers. EntreQuest account executive Bronwyn LeGette is just one great example. She knows fashion, and herself. She stays away from black "because it's too stark for me," preferring browns, blues and variations of white. And then there's her favorite color.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2012
Here are just a few of the tried and true veteran designers we know will have a major impact with their spring collections during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. BCBG Max Azria (showcasing Thursday, Sept. 6) BCBG Max Azria's fall line was inspired by a Polaroid photograph taken in 1978 in St. Tropez by Helmut Newton. Max Azria calls the collection's inspiration "fearless. " Nicole Miller (showcasing Friday, Sept. 7): With Angelina Jolie, Beyonce and Gabrielle Union regularly rocking her looks, Nicole Miller is a favorite of the famous and fashion critics.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2012
Diane Von Furstenberg (Sunday at Lincoln Center) Metallic birds hung above the runway at the Diane Von Furstenberg show, which was a precursor of things to come in this collection. It soared. Von Furstenberg's collection of lightweight, flowy fabrics gave the models the appearance of fluttering down the runway like the birds. First up was a fantastic color-blocked pants suit in navy, white and red. It was the first of numerous pants suits and separates. Von Furstenberg also included a number of layered pieces.
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