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November 30, 2000 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jami Heidegger looks like a character created by one of the Bronte sisters. With her alabaster complexion, flowing dark hair, long, sweeping skirt and regal carriage, she might have just stepped off a fog-shrouded moor. How fitting that this Southern California woman could pass for a 19th century heroine. Because for Kiehl's, the quirky cosmetic company her grandfather founded and which she heads, affection for the past was mother's milk.
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November 30, 2000 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jami Heidegger looks like a character created by one of the Bronte sisters. With her alabaster complexion, flowing dark hair, long, sweeping skirt and regal carriage, she might have just stepped off a fog-shrouded moor. How fitting that this Southern California woman could pass for a 19th century heroine. Because for Kiehl's, the quirky cosmetic company her grandfather founded and which she heads, affection for the past was mother's milk.
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November 30, 2000
Divine Design's eighth annual fashion fund-raiser for Project Angel Food opens tonight at the Pacific Design Center with a $250-per-ticket gala. Honorees are Jami Morse Heidegger, president of Kiehl's; West Hollywood's Beverly Center; and Darren Star, creator of "Sex and the City." Designers, manufacturers, retailers and artists have donated fashion wear, art, spa and home design products that will be sold to the public Friday through Monday, with progressive markdowns each day.
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December 4, 2000 | BOOTH MOORE
Gold cards in one hand, champagne flutes in the other, 800 shoppers kept cash registers working double time at the kickoff of Divine Design's eighth annual four-day fashion fund-raiser, which continues today. A gala $250-ticket dinner Thursday opened the event at the Pacific Design Center, which was transformed into a shopping wonderland of apparel and home-furnishing boutiques. For the evening, the Blue Whale's interior design showrooms were named after famous L.A.
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November 24, 2000 | MICHAEL QUINTANILLA, TIMES FASHION WRITER
The hair gurus at London-based Vidal Sassoon were in town recently to give us the heads-up on spring and summer 2001 looks. The styles will range from sexy in-your-face hair to street-inspired boyish cuts to a 1980s hair redux. "More than anything, it's about individuality," said Tim Hartley, Vidal Sassoon creative director, about the new Sassoon styles. Like fashion designers who design spring and fall collections, many salons--like Sassoon--follow suit, creating biannual hair collections.
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September 18, 2002 | VALLI HERMAN-COHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of bottles stocked the shelves, fresh sea breezes wafted through the doors and clerks strolled in their crisp white lab coats, greeting fans at the newest outpost of Kiehl's, the venerable 151-year-old New York pharmacy and skin-care company. Tricky construction regulations caused an 18-day delay of the opening of the Montana Avenue store in Santa Monica, which is no biggie, considering Kiehl's let the entire 20th century pass without building a second store.
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January 1, 2001 | PATT DIROLL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Here are some of the recent events to benefit nonprofit and service organizations and honor individuals for their community service: For her longtime support of the City of Hope, veteran entertainer Florence Henderson was honored with the Star of Hope at a luncheon on the grounds of the Duarte-based medical center Nov. 30. . . . The New Israel Fund to support nonprofit organizations in Israel honored California Assembly Speaker Robert M.
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