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HOME & GARDEN
November 12, 1994 | From Associated Press
Is your closet a disaster area pleading with you to put it in order? Here are some tips from professional organizer Stephanie Schur on reclaiming a closet: * First, sort through everything in your closet, and remove everything you never wear, as well as clothes that are too small, worn out or outdated (you'll be surprised how much room you'll gain). As you sort, earmark giveaways or charitable donations.
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HOME & GARDEN
June 14, 1997 | From Associated Press
Cleaning closets, attic, garage and basement is a spring ritual, and there's good news for those who need an extra-strength solution to dissolve the accumulation. There are professional organizers for hire, and classes, lectures and support groups to offer an extra push to get the job done.
IMAGE
March 18, 2007 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
NOT everyone's gotten the memo yet, but the dress code from Echo Park nightclubs to Culver City galleries is changing. A renewed elegance is replacing L.A.'s relaxed signature style, thanks in part to a rising school of designers bent on creating clothes as sophisticated as they are beautifully made. The city's restaurant, architecture and art scenes have grown up, motivating women who once would have gone everywhere in jeans to up their game.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 13, 2006 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
The prevailing dark trend and its strong showing on the runway left many of the lighter collections feeling completely irrelevant and out of step. But there were some designers who pulled it off, with refreshing looks inspired by Highlands shooting parties, modern art and even femmes fatales. Ralph Lauren Lauren never strays far from his aristocratic base, and this season his aristocrats went on a Highlands shooting party.
REAL ESTATE
August 7, 1994 | VIVIEN SANTANA HUGHES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The reactions to my announcement ranged from astonishment to disgust. "I'm taking a week off to organize my house," I said. "Why?!" gasped one friend as if in pain. "Get a life," snapped a co-worker in exasperation. "But your house looks so neat," another friend said with a supportive pat on the arm. Then my mother said, "It's about time!" As only a mom can, she knew the truth: I'm a closet slob. (I wonder if this admission can get me on the cover of People?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 2007 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
LEAVE it to Michael Kors, America's favorite fashion pundit on "Project Runway," to send out a collection so upbeat it had us dancing in our seats. There were no super-skinny models at this show, just Kors' thoroughbreds, their legs buffed and bronzed under incredibly short skirts, their chauffeured tootsies in crocodile platform sandals no matter the windchill.
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