July 24, 1992 |
A man's blue suit is a blue suit, whether it costs $200 or $1,000. But a dramatic tie is personal expression personified. Maybe that's why ties are among the hottest selling menswear items around. "A nice tie almost always draws comments," says salesman David Ghetti at Bullock's Men's Store in South Coast Plaza.
October 9, 1992 |
A Kerchief That Conquers Hermes celebrates the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage with . . . a scarf. That's right, a high twill silk scarf featuring the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria goes for $225. But think of it as an investment, says a spokesman from Barneys New York. The South Coast Plaza boutique is the exclusive Orange County source of the French line. "Any Hermes piece of limited production always goes up in value," he says, "especially the scarves."
June 16, 1998 |
Hundreds of music lovers gathered for the Symphonic Dance of Diamonds, an annual black-tie gala benefit on Saturday that netted more than $200,000--a record--for the Pacific Symphony. Living up to the theme, sparklers glittered everywhere--from the ears of the elegantly attired guests and the swan-like necks of models provided by Tiffany & Co. And what a backdrop. The ballroom stage of the Hyatt Regency Irvine was framed in black velvet, like a gift box for a diamond necklace.
HOME & GARDEN
May 12, 2001 |
WHAT IS IT? A small Tiffany sterling silver container measuring three-fourths of an inch by one-half inch by 2 inches. It has a curved perforated lid, with Tiffany & Co. etched on the bottom. There is an oval hole in the bottom of the box, which suggests it was originally a toothbrush holder made in the late 1800s. WHAT'S THE LEGEND? "Fifty years ago, when I was living in Arizona, I found this box by my trash can," remembers Roy Lahti of Huntington Beach.
January 19, 1993 |
About 150 guests wandered among the treasures at Tiffany & Co. in Costa Mesa on Sunday at a reception presented by the International Visitors and Protocol Foundation of Orange County. The cocktail party was held in honor of the new chief of protocol, Gayle Anderson, and foundation president Dr. Jerrel Richards. The foundation supports the Orange County Office of Protocol, which welcomes dignitaries from foreign countries and promotes international goodwill. Diplomatic Welcome Tiffany & Co.
June 9, 1994 |
Special Equipment Think soccer and more than likely Tiffany & Co. is not the first name that comes to mind. But don't exclude the legendary jewelry maker from the game. After all, futball- loving customers of their international boutiques haven't. Even before the World-Cup hype, Tiffany's carried signature sterling silver accessories such as cuff links ($85), ballpoint pens ($80) and screwball key rings ($50 to $60) tipped with a soccer ball or cleat, left.