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February 22, 1999
Respect the Uniform

For spring, fall in with the fashion ranks as olive turns anything but drab: Canvas boots, helmet bags, and even parachute pants return to earth.

November 12, 2001
Say Cheese

Course requirements: Max McCalman, the big cheese at Picholine and Artisanal, shows how to concoct a five-star spread without blowing holes in your budget.

August 10, 1998
Name Brands

Know thy purveyor: Georgette Klinger's summer sale, Roberta's lingerie specials, Sam Cagnina's award-winning massages, and Harry Rothman's family business.

October 12, 1998
Clearly Necessary

The stuff you need to buy and hate to spend on: high-end bedding, solid-pine furniture, and haute Japanese eyewear.

January 19, 1998
Buy the Sheet

It’s cold out there: Pratesi’s peerless linens to keep you in bed, and Papivore/Marie-Papier’s stationery to keep you in touch with the outside.

May 14, 2001
Color Me Cheap

Calling all smart blondes! On your salon's training night, get a quality color treatment without spending much green: Make it the highlight of your week.

February 5, 2001
Teak Is Chic

Blond is back, too, and with these deals you can af-fjord to brighten your apartment with stylish Scandinavian chests and chairs.

May 1, 2000
Tuck and Cover

Let's wrap this up: Spiff up your old sofa or freshen up that drab summer share: These slipcovers are a prescription for economic recovery.

February 7, 2000
Give Yourself a Lift

Moguls for non-moguls: Not everyone can make it to Gstaad for the weekend. But you can have a cool day on the slopes without a Swiss bank account.

January 14, 2002
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