Saturday, July 23, 2016 Tammuz 17, 5776
A day spent with the store’s personal shoppers reveals how trends get made.
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By Hilary Danailova, Inside Magazine feature
There was no sign of Taylor Swift amid the stiletto-heel display that Lauren Milstein was rearranging at Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, where Milstein — a sales associate whose Instagram posts have a worldwide following — presides over Dior pumps and Chanel sandals. Nor was Rihanna lurking around the sedate racks of dresses on the second floor of the...
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JTA
Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman in the upcoming DC Entertainment/Warner Bros film “Batman v Superman,” made the announcement on her Facebook page.
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Looking good and seeing well don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
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Hilary Danailova, Jewish Exponent feature
There are certain famous faces — Woody Allen, Carrie Donovan and John Lennon come to mind — for whom a signature pair of glasses is as much a part of their look, decade in and decade out, as their noses or eyebrows. The less iconic among us, alas, can look a bit passé. Once strictly utilitarian, glasses are arguably the...
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Looking like a million bucks has never been so affordable.
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Hilary Danailova, Jewish Exponent feature
Stephanie Brandow first walked into Robin Eklund’s consignment shop looking for an outfit to impress a “kind of conservative” guy she was dating. More than two decades later, Brandow is married to that guy, a plastic surgeon with whom she lives in Ardmore and has three children. She is still shopping at Revivals, Eklund’s Narberth consignment boutique. And lately, Brandow...
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Rafael Medoff, JTA
A new exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee highlights a Jewish-Czech dressmaker whose attempts to escape the Holocaust by immigrating to the United States were quashed amid extra bureaucratic requirements imposed on visa applications.
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