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Fashion and Shopping Archive

December 24, 2007
Dominick Igneri, Student

"I’m everything. I’m a surfer, snowboarder, skater; you can call me ghetto, too, I guess."

December 17, 2007
Brit Lotion Promises to Freeze Your Face

Botox without the prick?

December 17, 2007
Neon: A Brief History

A few scientists run an electric current through a sealed glass tube, and the next thing you know, the Pepsi-Cola sign is lighting up the East River. How we got there.

December 17, 2007
Atsuko Yanase, Designer at Club Monaco

"I like things not too funky, but not too ordinary, like you can wear it every day, but still it is something fabulous."

December 17, 2007
Heat Sources

Seen the weather report? Stock up and hunker down.

December 10, 2007
Check Writing

Not every goodwill dollar gets spent the way you think it does. Laurie Styron, an analyst for the watchdog group the American Institute of Philanthropy talks about how to give to groups that will do the most with your money.

December 10, 2007
Presents With Purpose

These gifts include a local donation in their price tags.

December 10, 2007
With Seconds to Spare

If procrastination is your usual strategy, here are three neighborhoods—all subway minihubs—mapped out for last-minute efficiency.

December 10, 2007
Dr. Gervaise Gerstner, Dermatologist

"I grew up in Georgia. We tend to be a little vain, and we do not mind maintenance routines."

December 3, 2007
Cold Comfort

The basic rules of cold avoidance are low-tech but effective; once you’re sick, though, there’s not much to be done but order in. We interviewed a few doctors, who reinforced the obvious.

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