Archive: March, 2012

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Program helps kids get dressed up for Easter

Program helps kids get dressed up for EasterNews from Detroit Free Press: Ten-year-old Keliah Taylor will attend Easter Sunday services at Jordan Baptist Missionary church in Detroit in a pink-and-gray striped dress with a matching shrug that she picked out today. “That looks really nice on you,” said her mother, Kellie Hayes, a Detroit mother […]

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Hoodie hypocrisy? Some in House say dress code selectively enforced

Hoodie hypocrisy? Some in House say dress code selectively enforcedNews from CNN: Rep. Bobby Rush’s wore hoodie on the House floor Wore hoodie while making speech highlighting Trayvon Martin Speech cut short by admonition for breaching House dress code Washington (CNN) — Rep. Bobby Rush’s hoodie on the House floor sure got attention. “Racial profiling […]

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A Fashion Revival Made in England

A Fashion Revival Made in EnglandNews from BusinessWeek: Fashion designers generally fit one of two stereotypes. There’s the monosyllabic minimalist, inhaling unfiltered cigarettes and indie rock; or the couturier, resplendent in fuschia-pink, fond of crêpe de Chine and comically small dogs. At first glance, the founders of Albam, a British men’s fashion line, fit the […]

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Make the most of your outlet store shopping

Make the most of your outlet store shoppingNews from Christian Science Monitor: Thrift stores are the cheapest places to buy clothes, but selection can be limited.  Next stop: consignment and outlet stores. While thrift stores and secondhand stores are my first line of defense when it comes to new clothes, I don’t always find what […]

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Nike Sues Reebok Over Use of Tebow’s Name on Jets Clothes

Nike Sues Reebok Over Use of Tebow’s Name on Jets ClothesNews from BusinessWeek: Nike Inc. sued Adidas AG (ADS)’s Reebok International over its use of quarterback Tim Tebow’s name on New York Jets-related clothing, days before Nike is to become the official supplier of licensed National Football League apparel. Reebok, whose licensing agreement with the […]

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Shop Fashion Star Episode 3: All the Winning Looks From Tonight’s Episode

Shop Fashion Star Episode 3: All the Winning Looks From Tonight’s EpisodeNews from Racked National: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, by Kerry Folan Tonight we watched Fashion Star from the Hotel Gansevoort in New York—along with actual Fashion Stars Sarah Parrott, Kara Laricks, Nzimiro Oputa, and Orly Shani. There was champagne, there were cheesecake pops, there […]

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Launch of New Fashion E-Commerce Website Up & Wear Opens The Door to New York …

Launch of New Fashion E-Commerce Website Up & Wear Opens The Door to New York …News from Albany Times Union: New E-Commerce Fashion Website Up & Wear Launches a Platform to Promote Emerging NY Designers through Mini-Boutiques, Building Brand Awareness. New York, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2012 Up & Wear announces the launch of its […]

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Shoppers count days to Opry Mills’ return

Shoppers count days to Opry Mills’ returnNews from The Tennessean: For Kathy Myers, Opry Mills was more than just a mall. Sure, the Goodlettsville woman shopped at the sprawling 1.2 million-square-foot venue for shoes, clothes, home decor and other items. But Opry Mills also was where she entertained visiting family and friends. It’s where she […]

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Clothes found in bag belong to missing California teen, police say

Clothes found in bag belong to missing California teen, police sayNews from Fox News: The bag found on Sunday contains clothes belonging to a missing California teen, authorities said in a press conference Thursday. Sgt. Jose Cardozza of the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s office said the pants and shirt found in the bag belonged to […]

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UF’s Will Yeguete to dress vs. Louisville

UF’s Will Yeguete to dress vs. LouisvilleNews from Orlando Sentinel: 3:08 p.m. EST, March 24, 2012| By Rachel George, Orlando Sentinel PHOENIX – Florida forward Will Yeguete will dress for today’s West Region final vs. Louisville just more than a month after breaking his foot, a source close to the team informed the Orlando Sentinel. […]

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