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September 2011
Posted on September 29th, 2011 by paularath

When I interviewed Neil Sadick, M.D., a world-renowned dermatologist based in NYC, he had just flown in to Honolulu and he looked as though he had returned from a vacation, relaxed and radiant. Yet during the past month he has traveled to Saudi Arabia, Taipei, Seoul, Alaska, Germany and Portugal. And that’s a typical month.
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Posted on September 29th, 2011 by paularath

That might sound like an impossible task but don’t give up on a skirt you love just because you shortened it – and now hems are dropping. DIY it! Here are several ways to lengthen a skirt from an article by Barbara Emodi I saved from Threads magazine many years ago. I have used two of these
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Posted on September 28th, 2011 by paularath

Babs Miyano-Young is always looking for practical applications for her jewelry. Now she’s making pretty necklaces that double as holders for ID badges or eyeglasses. These are sold at the Gallery at Ward Centre, where Babs is one of the artists in this exemplary artists’ cooperative. The public is invited to a reception for Reflective Elements,
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Posted on September 28th, 2011 by paularath

Whether it’s the economy, the onset of cooler weather or a reaction to recent seasons’ shrink-wrap dresses, maxi skirts are being seen a lot more on runways as well as on the streets. Many women assume they can’t wear a long skirt, especially if they’re petite. But I believe a maxi can work for most women, provided
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Posted on September 27th, 2011 by paularath

I first met Kyle Kagamida when he was 19 years old and a culinary student at KCC. He called and asked to meet with me because he had just discovered the art of fashion styling and was interested in pursuing it as a potential career path. That was in early 2010. When I was ready
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