Jul 27th 2010 7:46PM 100 years ago? Maybe - but these watches were popular more recently than that. Both my grandmothers had them, and so did my mother. I still have my one grandmother's Hamilton, matter of fact.
These are wonderful but I prefer a larger face so I can just glance and see the time.....
Jul 10th 2010 1:53PM Burberry makeup counters are appearing at some Nordstrom stores too.
Apr 24th 2010 12:23PM This works better for me if I get that retro need:
Mar 1st 2010 10:12AM Last several times I bought Godiva, the chocolate had bloom on it. Not a shining example.....
Feb 22nd 2010 11:06AM I would try the chocolate cake fingers....
Jan 21st 2010 10:35PM There was a J Jill store at Pacific Place that closed (surprise!) before their lease was even up. It was a really large space. It was previously used by J. Peterman I believe.
As many times as I'd been to Pacific Place, I don't think I've seen anyone coming in or out of the Cartier store.
Dec 19th 2009 10:35AM For whatever "reason" the theft of this sign is WRONG. I hope it is found intact. My guess is it's stupid metal thieves, there is plenty of that going on...
Oct 12th 2009 7:53PM I would love to win this, I could use some purple passion in my life!!!
Sep 21st 2009 8:07PM I have a dancer sculpture that was my grandparent's, it's really very lovely and graceful.
I have it in my library, it reminds me every day of my grandparents and their home, which was so relaxing and wonderful - filled with art and furniture and things they treasured, that they had collected through their lives.
Aug 20th 2009 10:39AM Strivectin is actually a useful product, and compared to little jars that have staggering price tags, a six ounce container lasts for quite while, you only apply a small amount several times a day.
And best of all, Strivectin works! I've been using it for a few years now.