Thursday, July 24, 2014 Tammuz 26, 5774
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The design business is not for the fashion weak, which says much for Lower Moreland's Paula Shapiro that she's reached its upper echelon. Indeed, the Upper Dublin graduate has proved a class act with accolades from the design elite for filling her fashion plate with casual, cost-effective yet high-end appearing apparel courtesy of the Huntress, the New York-based firm she...
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As model after model took to the runway to exhibit an array of colorful party dresses and gowns, 90 women from Main Line Reform Temple, Beth Elohim in Wynnewood were provided with a glimpse of what the best dressed will be wearing to formal affairs throughout the fall and winter seasons. Organized by the synagogue's Sisterhood, the fashion show and...
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As colorful lights flashed from all directions, male and female models sauntered down a long white runway, while ultra-trendy songs from CDs by Justin Timberlake and Paris Hilton provided high-energy background noise. As model after model showed off new examples from the collections of upscale retailers, audience members got a sizable sneak peek at some new styles for the fall...
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Lynn Nottage is quite the designing woman. For up there, on stage, is the tapestry of her talent, a take on humanity that is a quiltwork on black/Jewish relations as much as it is a civil look at strides in civil rights. Nottage is on intimate terms with the threadlines of "Intimate Apparel": It is all based on the playwright's...
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Zara Myers, JE Feature
Fundraising, fashions and a festive lunch filled the bill when Women's Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia held its annual Federation Allied Jewish Appeal Day at the Green Valley Country Club on June 2. At the event, more than $186,000 was raised by the 130 women who attended for Federation's 2005 annual campaign, which reaches out to help...
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