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Shyama Patel

October 30, 2000 | Strategist
Retractable lighters . . .

. . . one-of-a-kind hats and mittens

October 25, 1999 | Sales & Bargains
Prime Cuts

Shave and a haircut: Okay, it costs a little more than two bits -- but these barbers still keep their prices trimmed.

October 23, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Top Coats

Dark winter days don't demand dark winter wear. This year, classic shapes are fair and warmer in camel, cream, and tweeds (and one amazing Technicolor).

October 16, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Straight Talk

Not a lot of hot air: Six bucks for a blow-drying? We combed Chinatown for out-of-the-way salons where you can indulge without blowing your budget.

October 9, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
The Satchel Page

They'll bowl you over: Forget teeny clutches. These bags -- even if you throw in a pair of shoes -- still have room to spare.

October 2, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Trips and Fall

Autumn in New York -- upstate, that is -- never seemed so inviting. Especially when day trips are this affordable: Time to take your leave to see the leaves.

September 25, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Get in Step

Heel thyself: More TriBeCa than Texas, this year's stylish boots are far sleeker than those blocky things in your closet. Time to give your old ones the boot.

September 18, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Tweed Killers

Mild and woolly: Softer than anything Harris ever imagined, these lightweight tweeds will carry you through the chilly season without a sweat.

September 11, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Bow Hunting

The silk-stalking district: This year's tie-neck blouses make the cut as officewear and for evening-out dress-up. Skip the designer versions -- and get yourself two.

September 4, 2000 | Sales & Bargains
Collecting the Purse

Clutch peddlers: Having hundreds of vintage purses in her collection doesn't keep Jill Stuart from hunting for more -- so we asked where she bags her quarry.

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