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STYLE RESCUE

Style in One Hour or Less

Barbra Horowitz is an intuitive personal stylist. Working in over 8 markets in person for the past 13 years, Barbra is excited to step into your home without ever leaving hers. Barbra only fills in your wardrobe with items that are on sale. Barbra is the author of Closet Control, had the honor of covering LA fashion week for British Vogue.com, and hosted her own radio show called Fashion 411 - It's Never just about the clothing. "It never is" says Barbra 

 

Barbra Horowitz is an intuitive personal stylist. Working in over 8 markets in person for the past 13 years, Barbra is excited to step into your home without ever leaving hers. Barbra only fills in your wardrobe with items that are on sale. Barbra is the author of Closet Control, had the honor of covering LA fashion week for British Vogue.com, and hosted her own radio show called Fashion 411 - It's Never just about the clothing. "It never is" says Barbra

Barbra Horowitz is an intuitive personal stylist. Working in over 8 markets in person for the past 13 years, Barbra is excited to step into your home without ever leaving hers. Barbra only fills in your wardrobe with items that are on sale. Barbra is the author of Closet Control, had the honor of covering LA fashion week for British Vogue.com, and hosted her own radio show called Fashion 411 - It's Never just about the clothing. "It never is" says Barbra

In each issue, we feature unique haberdashers from around the globe. Our featured haberdashers will not all be ageless women like us but they will be people who have something relevant to share with us. Not too far in our future, we've got someone from Oscar de la Renta coming to talk to us. Then there's the cobbler in Paris. The glover from Germany. The milliner in Milan. We kid you not. There's no end to where our Haberdashery page might take you.

 

This time, we are featuring a unique New York fashion stylist who makes house calls and charges $450/hour for personal style consultations. She recently decided to expand her business into cyber-consulting and work from home - and she's passing the huge savings on to her new cyber-clients.

My daughters tell me I'm a fashion nightmare, but I've got my Skype ready to go, and if anybody wants to know what I want for Christmas...

 

Say hello to Barbra.

Haberdashery

...this odd-looking word...may come from an Anglo-Norman French word hapertas, which may have been a type of fabric. But nothing other than these vague suppositions is known about its origin. It went through lots of variant spellings before it settled down to the modern form around the middle of the sixteenth century...Its meaning down the centuries has been as diverse as its origin is mysterious... Around the sixteenth century, the trade narrowed in focus and often referred to a hatter, a sense now obsolete (such sellers were also called milliners, originally a trader in goods from Milan, a term now restricted to providers of female headgear). Another part of the trade split off, that of providing a multitude of small items needed by tailors and dressmakers, the notions of that dictionary reference. - from www.worldwidewords.org