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March 19, 1997 | By Roy H. Campbell, INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
What's cooking in men's spring fashion? In a word: Color. We decided to give the owners and chefs in a few of the city's most fashionable restaurants a chance to demonstrate the trendiest new looks. Many guys find it difficult to digest anything brighter than say, navy blue. But this season brings an appetizing way for men to display their bright side. The trick is to use color as an accent in much the same way that a chef might enhance the appeal of a special dish with a raspberry glaze or a slice of kiwifruit.
NEWS
August 29, 1999 | By Meredith Fischer , INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Three years ago, Laurel Grass said good-bye to Sesame Street for an office on Swede Street. Now on the fourth floor of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, the stay-at-home-mother-turned-prosecutor has made more than a name for herself - she has created her own department. Grass, 40, who took an eight-year hiatus from the law to raise her four boys, recently was named head of the economic-crime unit of the District Attorney's Office. The unit was credited last week with cracking one of the county's largest credit-card theft rings.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's time for the hatin' to end, says Eve ( Eve Jihan Jeffers ). The Philly-born Martin Luther King High School alum says she continues to be shocked by the hatred directed at her for dating a white man. Eve, 34, began seeing British gazillionaire entrepreneur and racing driver Maximillion Cooper three years ago. They divide their time between London and New York. "It was shocking. I got heat," Eve tells Katie Couric on an episode of her syndicated talk show Katie which aired Wednesday.
NEWS
May 27, 2001 | By Kay Raftery INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Make-A-Wish Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds from a special sale to be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Castellina, a shop specializing in home interior design, furnishings and accessories at 515 Old York Rd., Jenkintown. There will be refreshments and a raffle for a bedding ensemble. Gifts will be given to the first 200 patrons. Make-A-Wish grants wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses. It was founded in 1980 and has 80 chapters around the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 29, 1996 | By Roy H. Campbell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's not too hard to figure out why the menswear industry is slipping back into the past. Open up an issue of Details, Rolling Stone, Vibe, and what do you see? Skinny dudes and lanky women dressed in clothes that look straight out of the 1960s and 1970s. What's the hottest show on Broadway? The musical Rent, a sort of '90s version of Hair, complete with an underground cast costumed in a thrift-store hodgepodge of polyester hip-huggers, sizzler dresses, and other counterculture leftovers.
BUSINESS
January 26, 2006 | By Bob Fernandez INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Small-business owners in Center City are seeing sharp increases in leasing costs because of the booming market for retail space and restaurants, speakers at an economic forecast session said yesterday. The panelists at the meeting, organized by the Center City Proprietors Association, said the trend was triggered by national chains' seeking new locations. Loehmann's, the discount designer clothing chain, for example, will move this spring into a vacant spot on Chestnut Street near 15th Street.
NEWS
August 27, 2006 | By Dwayne Campbell INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For the second straight fall season, dress-up clothes rule. The look is based on the traditionals - tweeds, cashmere, stripes and fine plaids - but with ultramodern or homage-to-vintage twists in silhouettes (lean), accents (lime-green stripes in a dark suit) and accessories (cap-toe shoes). There's also a strong dash of the city-slick monochromatic, especially for nights - head-to-toe black or layered grays. Think investment banker, but one who has Gnarls Barkley on his iPod, lunches at Morimoto, and sips Patr?n on the weekend while wearing Hugo Boss' sleek, sharkskin jacket, a slim-cut shirt from Thomas Pink, and Prada jeans.
NEWS
August 12, 2007 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
At 5 feet, 7 inches and 185 pounds, Mark Lee is a normal-sized guy. He has broad shoulders and he runs marathons, so he has a pretty athletic build. Lee, 33, is an attorney - they're some of the best-dressed men in Philadelphia. He likes to be dapper in the courtroom, so he makes a point of keeping up with the latest trends. For American men this fall, that's the slightly shrunken, heavily tailored suit a la Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, Samuelsohn, and Hugo Boss. In fact, you could say that this year's all-American look in menswear and sportswear is quite European.
NEWS
April 6, 2012 | Freelance
"In yet another twist in the escalating Marie Antoinette-ifying of Syria's first lady, Vogue magazine has removed from its Web site last year's highly flattering - and controversial - profile that hailed Asma as a conspicuously under-accessorized modern woman. ... The fawning 2011 Vogue purple-prose-and-photo spread ... coincided with the Syrian government's crackdown on anti-regime protesters. " - Annie Groer, Washingtonpost.com By Thomas Vinciguerra It is a few minutes past noon, and Eva Braun is scrambling around her gleaming Alpine kitchen, apologizing for not having lunch on the table.
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's time for the hatin' to end, says Eve ( Eve Jihan Jeffers ). The Philly-born Martin Luther King High School alum says she continues to be shocked by the hatred directed at her for dating a white man. Eve, 34, began seeing British gazillionaire entrepreneur and racing driver Maximillion Cooper three years ago. They divide their time between London and New York. "It was shocking. I got heat," Eve tells Katie Couric on an episode of her syndicated talk show Katie which aired Wednesday.
NEWS
April 6, 2012 | Freelance
"In yet another twist in the escalating Marie Antoinette-ifying of Syria's first lady, Vogue magazine has removed from its Web site last year's highly flattering - and controversial - profile that hailed Asma as a conspicuously under-accessorized modern woman. ... The fawning 2011 Vogue purple-prose-and-photo spread ... coincided with the Syrian government's crackdown on anti-regime protesters. " - Annie Groer, Washingtonpost.com By Thomas Vinciguerra It is a few minutes past noon, and Eva Braun is scrambling around her gleaming Alpine kitchen, apologizing for not having lunch on the table.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 9, 2011 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
No matter the style, men just want one feature in their jeans: comfort. That said, in this cold-weather season darker washes still reign supreme, as does a slimmer fit. No, we aren't talking jewel-hugging tight, but closer-to-the-body form fitting is preferred. However, if you must, super-slim cuffed is still fashionable, too, and - as evidenced by the plethora of guys in Philly who wear their pants hanging off their heinies - ultra baggy is not going away. (Much to many folks' despair.)
NEWS
August 12, 2007 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
At 5 feet, 7 inches and 185 pounds, Mark Lee is a normal-sized guy. He has broad shoulders and he runs marathons, so he has a pretty athletic build. Lee, 33, is an attorney - they're some of the best-dressed men in Philadelphia. He likes to be dapper in the courtroom, so he makes a point of keeping up with the latest trends. For American men this fall, that's the slightly shrunken, heavily tailored suit a la Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, Samuelsohn, and Hugo Boss. In fact, you could say that this year's all-American look in menswear and sportswear is quite European.
NEWS
August 27, 2006 | By Dwayne Campbell INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For the second straight fall season, dress-up clothes rule. The look is based on the traditionals - tweeds, cashmere, stripes and fine plaids - but with ultramodern or homage-to-vintage twists in silhouettes (lean), accents (lime-green stripes in a dark suit) and accessories (cap-toe shoes). There's also a strong dash of the city-slick monochromatic, especially for nights - head-to-toe black or layered grays. Think investment banker, but one who has Gnarls Barkley on his iPod, lunches at Morimoto, and sips Patr?n on the weekend while wearing Hugo Boss' sleek, sharkskin jacket, a slim-cut shirt from Thomas Pink, and Prada jeans.
BUSINESS
January 26, 2006 | By Bob Fernandez INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Small-business owners in Center City are seeing sharp increases in leasing costs because of the booming market for retail space and restaurants, speakers at an economic forecast session said yesterday. The panelists at the meeting, organized by the Center City Proprietors Association, said the trend was triggered by national chains' seeking new locations. Loehmann's, the discount designer clothing chain, for example, will move this spring into a vacant spot on Chestnut Street near 15th Street.
NEWS
May 27, 2001 | By Kay Raftery INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Make-A-Wish Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds from a special sale to be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Castellina, a shop specializing in home interior design, furnishings and accessories at 515 Old York Rd., Jenkintown. There will be refreshments and a raffle for a bedding ensemble. Gifts will be given to the first 200 patrons. Make-A-Wish grants wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses. It was founded in 1980 and has 80 chapters around the world.
NEWS
August 29, 2000 | By Meredith Fischer , INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Three years ago, Laurel Grass said good-bye to Sesame Street for an office on Swede Street. Now on the fourth floor of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, the stay-at-home-mother-turned-prosecutor has made more than a name for herself - she has created her own department. Grass, 40, who took an eight-year hiatus from the law to raise her four boys, recently was named head of the economic-crime unit of the District Attorney's Office. The unit was credited last week with cracking one of the county's largest credit-card theft rings.
NEWS
March 3, 1999 | By Matt Stearns, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The site: the swank Hugo Boss Men's Store at the Plaza at King of Prussia. The scam: Credit-card fraud, which police say was perpetrated by the shop's manager and junior partner, Michael T. Trefsgar, 36, of Collegeville. The take: More than $3,800 and some flashy threads. The catch: According to the store's senior partner, Norman Vosko, Trefsgar was not pocketing the proceeds or the clothes himself, and so may not be asked to leave the company after 13 years of service.
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