Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775
Fall/winter fashions go upscale
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Mimi James, Inside magazine feature
Call it 50 Shades of Grey meets Kate Middleton: leather, lace and shimmery metallics sewn into tailored, polished garments are the biggest look for fall and winter. “When I was in New York looking at the fall collections, I saw influences of Kate everywhere I looked,” says Susan Cooper, co-owner of Gabrielle, the Bala Cynwyd boutique. Long sleeves, A-line skirts...
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“Mad Men” and Kate Middleton are summer fashion’s big influencers
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Mimi James, This Summer Feature
O f course shopping should be on summer’s itinerary. It stimulates the economy, provides quality bonding time, counts as exercise if done with gusto and results in longer-lasting purchase pleasure than, say, salt water taffy. Plus, every fashionista knows the unadulterated joy of finding a unique item that fits perfectly. And if it’s on sale? Even better. Sales are a...
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The latest in workout togs, treads and technology
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Mimi James, Perfect Fit Feature
If you’re still working out in a T-shirt from Super Sunday 1998, shorts with holes you hope no one sees, and a pair of cotton socks — it’s time to upgrade your gear.
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At a time when the hottest clothing designs often show off more skin than fabric, the concept of Orthodox fashion might seem like an oxymoron.
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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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