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Christine Grillo


The Modern Loafer by Everlane is as sophisticated as it is utilitarian—precisely why Angelina Jolie likes the Italian slipper for global airport-hopping. Add the 100 percent leather art loafers to skirts and dresses for a twist ending; they also pair a little eccentricity with pants and shorts. Shoes come in …

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Savvy Shopper: January 2016

Betty or bust For B’more Betty, just as quickly as the store began (as an eBay shop turned burgeoning brick-and-mortar), it nearly ended in Federal Hill during the April riots. In November, Betty—which caters to both men and women—reopened in Fells Point. Owner Camille Edwards opted for a new location …

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The Look: Teacher’s Pet

We always head to Green Spring Station when we want to make a great first impression. In this case, we asked sassy Mikey Monaghan, GSS marketing director—and a professor of fashion if ever there was one—to pull items from Panache, which just renovated to offer more product selection. Monaghan then …

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An Honest Face

Nail the “effortlessly beautiful” no-makeup look with these topnotch picks by makeup artist Owen O’Donnell of About Faces. 1. L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color—from Smashbox—is a lightweight brightening formula that magnifies your natural beauty. ($29, 2. Fake things flawless with Smashbox’s Camera Ready BB Water, a liquid …

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City Smart: New York City

Linda Lavin—an accomplished triple-threat actress in film, television (who, over 35, can forget “Alice”?) and theater—returns to the stage in the world premiere of the dramedy, “Our Mother’s Brief Affair,” by Richard Greenberg. Opening on Broadway later this month at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, “Our Mother” is the story …

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City Smart: Washington, D.C.

The first postage stamp debuted 176 years ago—it featured the Queen of England’s regal profile and was valued at a penny, earning the name “Penny Black.” Soon after followed the postage system as we know it, and with that, one of the oldest and quirkiest groups of collectors: philatelists. The …

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