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by FEDORA COPLEY | March 21, 2006
Paige Harrison, 16, a junior at North Hagerstown High School was a teen model in Sagittarius' spring hair-styling show. Paige wore a mottled T-shirt, a trendily ripped pair of jeans, a gold belt and gold slippers to match. "I like to put together outfits," said Paige. For the hair-styling show, Paige was told to dress in edgy, rock-star-type clothes. She says she trusted Brandon, her stylist at Sagittarius, to fashion her hair in an evocative way. Paige said she likes to keep up with trends and said her fashion icon is model Gisele Bundchen.
by KYLE LEFLER | July 4, 2006
REVIEW The recently released movie "The Devil Wears Prada" starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep, showcases two actresses at their best ... and a lot of couture fashion at its best. Streep is in her element, playing Miranda Priestly, the bossy, self-centered editor of the fictional Runway magazine. Hathaway plays Andy, who comes along looking for work and ends up being hired as Miranda's personal assistant. When the movie begins, Andy has little sense of style and falls as easy prey to Miranda.
November 12, 2002
Thursday, Nov. 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Maidstone Interiors, 117 Summit Ave., Hagerstown. Tickets are $9, and are available by calling The Women's Club at 301-739-0870 between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. or purchased at the door. Proceeds will preserve and maintain the historic Womens' Club.
By CONNER GILBERT / Staff Correspondent | June 28, 2007
CLEAR SPRING - When a team plays as well as Halfway did Wednesday, the manager can be at a loss for words about what to improve on. "That's a tough question," said Scott Herbert. "I don't really know. " Halfway defeated Clear Spring 15-5 in the second round of the Maryland District 1 9-10 All-Star Tournament at Clear Spring Little League. Halfway cranked out 12 hits to go along with good pitching and defense. "Up and down the lineup, this is a very good hitting team," Herbert said.
By KAYLA EXLINE / Pulse Correspondent | November 4, 2008
Aubre Boyd, a ninth-grade student at South Hagerstown High School, wants to take her hobby of fashion and modeling and transform it into her career. Aubre said that all her life she has enjoyed watching commercials about the new couture styles coming out and looking at the new fashions in magazines. But when the new commercial came out for the up-and-coming line for Victoria's Secret, Aubre knew she wanted to go after what she thought she was destined to do. The 14-year-old said her mother, Tianna Boyd, pushes and supports her like no one else.
By DON AINES | | August 17, 2013
There was plenty of back-to-school shopping going on Saturday at Valley Mall and, for any parents or children who were stumped on what the latest student fashions are, there was a fashion show to offer some tips. J.C. Penney, The Bon-Ton, Macy's, Aeropostale, P.S. from Aeropostale, Hot Topic and Deb Shops were showing off their fall lines, with student models strutting their stuff on the runway in the mall's concourse. Saturday's conclusion of the two-day School Dayz Mall Bash was sponsored by Valley Mall in partnership with Verstandig Broadcasting, said Michele Wills, the mall's marketing director.
By JENNIFER FITCH | | July 28, 2013
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter's fashion show held Sunday afternoon featured models not yet booked for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. The models were each known by one name - not unlike Tyra, Gisele and Heidi. However, Panda, Tia and Leda strutted down the runway and licked the people in the front row. The model dogs donned scarves and outfits to join the human models displaying fashions available in the shelter's thrift shop. “We have a lot of nice stuff here, and it's a way for our volunteers to show it off,” Jennifer Vanderau said, adding that many of the clothes are familiar brands with tags still attached.
July 9, 2013
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter Thrift Stores will hold a Christmas in July Fashion Show from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at the Chambersburg store, 66 S. Main St. Tickets cost $15 and only 50 are available, according to a news release from the shelter. Models will wear fashions from the thrift stores that will be available for purchase following the show. Animals up for adoption also will walk the runway. Attendees will be able to shop after the show with a special fashion show discount.
Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | June 14, 2013
The For Our Kids Sake organization and the newly named Robert W. Johnson Community Center (formerly Memorial Recreation Center) want to thank the community for supporting the fashion and talent show on June 2 at the Martin Luther King Center. The event included 14 models ranging in age from 2 through 20, and two soloists. A big thank you goes to everyone, and the organizers look forward to the community's continued support for other fundraisers to be held before the bus trip to the amusement park scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 10.  Donations can also be made at any Hagerstown Trust branch to account number 141518.
April 11, 2013
The Top Five Vocal concert Countertenor Terry Barber will perform classical and popular favorites. A Community Concert Association of Hagerstown concert. 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 12, at The Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potmac St., downtown Hagerstown. $25; $2 students. Call 240-520-0174 or go to . She's got great hair World-class hair designer Brett Borreson will lead Evening of Hope: Fashion for a Cure, a theatrical hair-inspired fashion show Saturday, April 13. 6 p.m., doors open for silent auction; 7 p.m., hair and fashion show begins.
By JULIE E. GREENE | | April 7, 2013
Orange and red are in style this season, including together, according to one of the mistresses of ceremonies for Sunday's Fashion in the Know show at Fountain Head Country Club. Women modeled fashions from Lena's of Hagerstown and Aspire, a women's clothing boutique in Frederick, Md. In addition to clothes, handbags and jewelry were highlighted. “Love both of the boutiques,” said Kathy Tierney, who sat at one of the back tables watching the models strut on the runway before walking through the crowd of tables.
By MARIE GILBERT | | April 7, 2013
Brent Borreson could be spending the night partying with Sting. But instead of attending a celebration with the rock star on Saturday, April 13, he'll be in Hagerstown raising money to fight breast cancer. Borreson, a Redken global artist, will be the creative force behind An Evening of Hope-Fashion for a Cure, a hair-inspired event benefiting Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley. The show is being sponsored by Bella Salon & Spa of Hagerstown, in partnership with The Maryland Theatre, where the fundraiser will be held.
By JULIE E. GREENE | | April 3, 2013
Washington County Public Schools' almost 10-year-old student dress code will get revamped thanks to student efforts led by the school board's student representative, Amanda Krehbiel. While the Board of Education didn't approve a first reading of Krehbiel's proposed dress code changes during Tuesday's meeting, it did take steps to allow the dress code to change, and perhaps be updated more often as fashion trends change. The board unanimously approved an amendment proposed by board member Wayne D. Ridenour that removes specifics about clothing from the policy and charges the superintendent or his designee to develop dress-code regulations in consultation with student representatives.
By ROXANN MILLER | | March 3, 2013
Organ music is typically reserved for Sunday worship. But members of the Chambersburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists gave the often misunderstood instrument a chance to show off its versatility at “Pipes Spectacular.” Area organists Tim Wertime, Carolyn Kerlin, Kyunghee Reed, Miriam Meglan, Helen Wingert, Gloria Massa, Kathy Ott and John Angle performed hand-selected pieces on the pipe organ at Zion Reformed Church UCC in Chambersburg...
January 18, 2013
Hagerstown Community College's Black Student Union will host its third annual fashion show Saturday, Feb. 2, beginning at 7 p.m., at Kepler Center on HCC's main campus. The show will feature student models displaying a variety of clothing styles, including casual, career, sportswear, and formal wear. Vendors include Déjà Vu Boutique, JC Penney, Jos. A. Bank, Deb, Rue 21, Kasper, Reebok, Jones New York, Wilsons Leather, and the HCC Campus Store. Musicians Beyonka Marie, Iron Lion, and Spence will perform.
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