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Using their own Macs and working in a lab equipped with laser printers and projectors, the students (and teachers) explored the potential in those little beige boxes: graphics, sound, communication via bulletin boards. "Interactive" stopped being a buzzword and became a way of learning -- education as conversation.

We could all see something big was emerging. The idea of "multimedia" went through several iterations before Tim Berners-Lee gave us the web and transformed the world. We ran with it.

In those distant days I could see that a new kind of power was devolving onto individuals: The power to create, design, and publish at almost no cost. You didn't need millions of dollars and a huge building with printing presses in the basement just to put out a newspaper. This new medium had its own limitations and requirements, but for those willing to learn, anything was possible.

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The revolution, once the interest of a few early-adopter profs and students, is now the status quo. We used to worry that students without their own computers would be at a disadvantage; now we demand they shut their damn laptops , turn off their damn smartphones, and just listen.

That revolution was in information handling. It has brought not only blogs and Twitter, but a near-death experience for many newspapers and book publishers. A similar revolution now seems to be underway in manufacturing.

For decades we've watched the westward migration of manufacturing, clear across the Pacific to the cheap labour in Asian factories. As incomes stagnated in North America, we needed those cheap Chinese goods because we couldn't afford much that was made at home.

For decades, manufacturing for mass markets had boosted our economy, strengthened workers and their unions, and paid for social programs. More recently, the programs came under attack and the new generation of workers was flipping burgers. And it all seemed inevitable under the capital-intensive corporate system that had dominated since before Henry Ford.

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The Internet creates communities of interest about every conceivable subject, and Anderson's Makers find their supporters online. In his own case, he was an editor at Wired with an interest in remote-controlled model planes. He realized others had great ideas for designing and building them, using parts that were either off-the-shelf or cheaply made by 3D printers . Today he runs his own firm, 3D Robotics , building unmanned aircraft.

Like open-source software, his technology is open-source too, and anyone who can improve on it is welcome to. His development community is worldwide and so is his market.

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In this new industrial revolution, a community of interest forms around the design or production of some new item. Many contribute their ideas and expertise not for pay but for love and fun (and maybe a t-shirt). A few actually make money in return for building and shipping the item, but they welcome competition.

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Melbourne's 25 best shopping secrets by: Kim Wilson, Anna Byrne From: Herald Sun August 09, 2013 11:00PM Increase Text Size Decrease Text Size Print Email Share Add to Digg Add to del.icio.us Add to Facebook Add to Kwoff Add to Myspace Add to Newsvine What are these? Smart Alec. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

clshoes FASHION duo Kim Wilson and Anna Byrne uncover 25 of Melbourne's best shopping haunts to help fill your wardrobe with style.

Smart Alec

christian louboutin outlet store online 235 Gertrude St Fitzroy. Ph: 9416 4664 smartalechatters.com.au

Christian Louboutin outlet WE have tailors to fix our fallen hemlines and cobblers to repair our sorry soles, and in Melbourne where the modern gentleman still appreciates the role of the hat as an appendage to his aesthetic, we also have Smart Alec.

christian louboutin outlet store Located in the eclectic fashion bazaar that is Gertrude St, these well-informed hatters are dedicated to the repairs and restoration of tired vintage hats to ensure the tradition of wearing them lives on. Also a purveyor of fine hats, the store is tastefully crammed with trilbies, flat caps, fedoras, bowlers, panamas, berets, top hats and boaters.

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The unique styles are sourced locally, as well as from England, the US, Ireland, Colombia and Ecuador - the home of the panama hat. And though the store technically stocks hats for gentlemen, if men's hats were good enough for Marlene Dietrich, they are good enough for any woman looking for that extra fashion flair.

We're happy to confirm the unfailingly polite and attentive staff are as eager to assist female customers as they are the men.

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25 Shopping Secrets Shag clothing store in Melbourne city. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

Shag

130 Chapel St, Windsor. Also at 377 Brunswick St, Fitzroy and Centreway Arcade, 259 Collins St, city. shagshop.com.au

DO you dream of being stopped in the street by a fashion blogger to ask for your photo? Buy your clothes at Shag and they are sure to take a second glance. But be prepared to be nimble because it is the unique finds hidden in the nooks and crannies of Shag that make the Melbournite trendies converge on their three locations.

Haven't you always wanted a briefcase with a working clock on the front? Surely you've been hankering after a Florentine micro mosaic brooch? Had your eye on a pair of '80s wraparound glasses with a heliotrope lens? Summoned Santa to search for a lucite box purse from the 1950s? From decadent tapestry treasures to capsule kaftan collections, this store of curiosities has plenty of one-of-a-kind treasures to stumble across.

25 shopping secrets Scally And Trombone. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Scally and Trombone

331 Brunswick St, Fitzroy . Ph: 9419 6038

HATS split the population like no other fashion item. But as far as we're concerned, you're either a hat person, or you're jealous of those who are.

For more than two decades Scally and Trombone, with unswerving dedication to quality, has quietly become the hat-trick stalwart of the city. There, among the glorious millinery mishmash, you can channel Charlie Chaplin in a black bowler, go shopping with Dr Seuss and tip a topper, get perky with a wide brim strategically dipped below one eye or flick a fedora on your 'fro; you can try beanies, berets, boaters, bonnets, bespoke cocktail hats and even bathing caps.

And for the eternally jealous non-titfers among you, fear not, because owner Mary Lou Scally has directionally and eccentrically cultivated this hat emporium with a whimsical assortment of leather driving gloves, antique-typewriter cufflinks, scarves, stockings and fanciful jewellery.

But perhaps the most fascinating item stocked at this Brunswick St institution is - wait for it - an avalanche of Esther Williams bathing suits.

Inspired by the silver screen aqua-belle, the bathing suits embody the 1940s glamour of the hour-glassed water goddess with halter necks, boy-leg briefs, flattering ruching and vintage prints including gingham, plaid, polka dot and over-size floral.

Best of all, the old-world nostalgia of the bathing suits and hats is nothing compared to the old-world nostalgia of the diligent and intelligent service.

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25 shopping secrets Incu Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

INCU

Shop ACL 12, Albert Coates Lane, QV, city. Ph: 9654 4725

OFTEN referred to as a community of product from around the world, Incu has established itself as one of the sharpest, innovative boutiques in Melbourne.

With a directional and informed product mix, many brands featured in store were previously unavailable in Australia and include the covetable likes of Acne, Isabel Mirant, Vanishing Elephant, A.P.C, Rag and Bone and T by Alexander Wang.

This year marks the inaugural season of their new in-house brand, Weathered, which is designed and created by the buyers who stock the store.

25 shopping secrets Braun Buffel. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Braun Buffel

Ground floor, Shop G7, 234 Collins St, city. Ph: 9078 0079

THE Hermes Birkin bag is known as the queen of handbags, what with its $10,000 price tag and year-long wait lists. But before the French company even began making handbags, another craftsman Johann Braun was already producing leather carrier bags, purses and school satchels.

This design DNA means that, like Hermes, Braun Buffel forgoes the fashionable ubiquity of other brands, relying firmly on its instinct for classic quality and timeless elegance but, unlike Hermes, prices start at under $500.

After more than 100 years of building upon the founding principles of excellence in craftsmanship and design, Braun Buffel now possesses a global reputation for superior quality leather goods, but what you may not know is that Melbourne is home to the only Braun Buffel store in Australia.

Despite its heritage, Braun Buffel remains contemporary and covetable, encompassing a range of briefcases, belts, travel bags, purses, wallets and key cases, alongside their prestigious handbags for the professional and weekend wardrobe.

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25 shopping secrets Fame Agenda Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Fame Agenda

Level 2, Melbourne Central, 211 Latrobe St, city. Ph: 9650 2322

MOST people think that secret stores are tucked down cobblestone alleyways, or behind wooden doors at the top of a rickety staircase, or advertised by a single red garment hanging from a fire hydrant.

But in Melbourne, you can find a treasure in the most obvious of places. Yes, even in that hoodie hangout, the shopping centre. In this case, Melbourne Central in the heart of our CBD.

Fame Agenda qualifies as a secret because it is so well camouflaged against a backdrop of chain stores that you are prevented from just stumbling across it, the way you might were it in a laneway.

Meticulously styled, this store collates the most covetable line-up of labels including Karen Walker, Sretsis, Staple and Gary Bigeni alongside its own house label famous for its slick prints.

25 Shopping Secrets Lady Petrova in her own store. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

Lady Petrova

3/237 Flinders Lane, city. Ph: 9650 6285

ACCORDING to Lady Petrova, her customers view the world through rose-coloured glasses, paint their nails in rainbow glitter when they feel blue and never see a piece of lace they don't like. If you ever need to escape reality, this store is so sweet it will make you swear that unicorns exist.

Perched in one of Melbourne's hidden laneways, Lady Petrova is a grown-up equivalent of a dress-up box. Designer Petrova Hammond masterminds the store's house label but also curates the racks with a delicious mix of frills, bows, pastels and shoes from international and local brands. Her trademark flower crowns, which her mother hand makes, are the cherry atop this shopper's sundae.

Often behind the counter on Fridays and Saturdays, Hammond is on hand to encourage girls to develop their own style and build their fashion confidence. Her Facebook page embraces passionate patrons who send in photos of themselves wearing her designs at school formals and weddings, proving that there are still some stores that keep the customer on the pedestal they deserve.

25 shopping secrets Elegantly Scant. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Elegantly Scant

6 Degraves St, city. Ph: 9654 2073

LINGERIE and the movies have one of Hollywood's most enduring friendships. And this Melbourne boutique pays homage to these bedfellows with a space that looks more like a boudoir film set than a shop.

Frilly knickers hang from the chandelier, feather boas are draped over curvaceous mannequins, mirrored dressing tables are adorned with antique perfume bottles and plush fabric chairs allow a weary shopper a moment's rest.

A triumph of craftsmanship, every piece in the store is individually sewn with care to ensure the most flattering and supportive fit.

Made from vintage fabrics, handmade lace and embellished with old-fashioned ribbon, each piece is inimitable - as are the sumptuous kimono robes fashioned from vintage fabrics from the couture houses of Roberto Cavalli, Hermes and Versace.

A must see for anyone with a finer appreciation for these foundations of our wardrobe.

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25 shopping secrets Chanel Bags at Love Me And Leave Me. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Love me & Leave me

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HAVE a fashion craving but not the finances? Love Me & Leave Me, a concept made famous by Sex and the City , is where one goes to browse through luxury designer handbags from the likes of Prada, Chloe, Gucci and Louis Vuitton, rent them, return them a week later and then pat oneself on the back for being so economically resourceful.

The Melbourne-based online store also offers an exclusive "wear now, pay later" service. This revolutionary payment system means you can buy a YSL chain clutch for $22.31 a week for 12 months, or an iconic Chanel Vintage 2.55 bag for $49.64 a week for 12 months.

Best of all, for the entire year you get to walk around with your hired tote.

However, if you do have the cash to splash, you may also like to peruse the "buy now" section of the website or the online clearance outlet that offers previous-season styles at significantly reduced prices from designers including Angel Jackson, Jovani and Elizabeth Cole.

25 shopping secrets Retrostar. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Retrostar

Level 1, Nicholson Building, cnr Swanston St and Flinders Lane, city. Ph: 9663 1223. retrostar.com.au

ARE you the type of op shopper who can never find anything other than brown corduroy shirts, but get insanely jealous every time a friend smugly states they found their uber-cool tweed jacket in a charity shop around the corner?

Here is how you cheat the system: visit RetroStar. Set on the upper floor of the heritage Nicholas Building, RetroStar is the largest vintage store in Australia.

Specialising in the 1940s through to the '80s, it's a curated gallery of psychedelic prints, cowboy boots, floaty dresses, silk scarves and vintage denim from around the world.

RetroStar Rockstar, its side project, stocks more than 5000 rock and band T-shirts inspired by all genres of music from every era.

While the prices are higher than the average op shop due to product quality, visit the RetroStar website regularly for warehouse sales. Once every 8-12 weeks, RetroStar sets up shop in Stewart St, Brunswick, where more than 12,000 pieces are marked down to $10 or less.

25 shopping secrets Melko. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Melko

18 Howey Pl, city. Also at 232 Brunswick St, Fitzroy. melko.com.au

WHEN Melbourne is in the depths of winter, it can be a hard task to find clothes in a shade other than black. But this secret boutique is the ultimate antidote, catapulting its customers into an array of South American fashion with a no-holds barred approach to colour and clash.

Like a loud and proud Rio festival, printed maxi dresses, kimono tops and stylish minis embody arresting, statement-making colour and skim over the body for a flattering silhouette.

The sizzling colour continues with the jewellery collection: a melting pot of traditional South African-accent jewellery, including acai berries harvested from the Amazon and made into jewellery by indigenous Brazilians, Colombians and Peruvians especially for Melko.

It is also home to Marzio Fiorini's unique pieces, which have been exhibited in New York's Museum of Modern Art. The store also stocks RSobral's handmade polyester resin jewellery, which resembles licorice allsorts, and Angelesflor jewellery, which is handmade from aluminium and silk in an atelier in Buenos Aires.

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25 shopping secrets Eliza Baker. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Eliza Baker

447 High St, Prahran. Ph: 9533 7369

LOCATED in a former 1900s bakery, Eliza Baker is a treasure trove of old-world charm and contemporary styling where swoon-worthy red-carpet gowns sit alongside one-off international garments and a swag of unique, relaxed looks from 10 key labels, including Brazilian brands Cantao and Osklen, Spain's Indi & Cold and French label La Fee Maraboutee.

It is also the only destination in Melbourne that offers the entire exquisite collection from celebrity favourite designer and part-owner Aurelio Costarella.

Part-owners and fashion importers Domenique Nestel and Jocelyn Kahil hand-pick the cream of the crop from collections around the world and their access to new-season trends means each week samples are available in the store a full year ahead of regular Australian stores.

The best bit is that some are available at an amazing 40 per cent off the retail price.

25 Shopping Secrets Christine clothing store in Melbourne CBD. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

Christine

181 Flinders Lane, city. Ph: 9654 2011

CHRISTINE Barro, an ex-buyer with Georges on Collins, is one of Melbourne's true fashion aficionados. Her whimsical boutique, Christine, is the place to go to gorge on the most remarkable fashion accessories.

An Aladdin's cave of fashion's finer details, including Lanvin costume jewellery, Anya Hindmarch handbags and Maison Michel hats, Christine offers a shopping experience that exceeds expectations, where even if you don't buy anything, you feel as though you have left reality for the time you have been browsing her beautiful merchandise. And while it may be the ultimate shopping fantasy, Christine is also famous for her annual and generous sales.

25 shopping secrets Beggar Man Thief. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Beggar, Man, Thief

244 Clarendon St, South Melbourne. Ph: 9686 3006

NOT all blokes feel comfortable shopping, which is why this store makes our secrets list.

Its "distinctly male" ambience and environment is both unassuming and approachable to the typical Aussie bloke, a quality that isn't common in the genre of men's stores. BMT knows guys aren't used to being left to their own devices to shop alone and it caters for this as well.

For example, can you take a picture of shoes to send to your girlfriend to get the tick of approval? If that's a part of your purchasing process, you most certainly can. And they offer a free service where they will deal directly with your major decision maker to select a fine pair of shoes for you.

As well as having a man-friendly environment, BMT is known for offering a selection of heritage and exclusive footwear brands as well as an array of accessories and male-interest products including rare Parisian scooter helmets, cut-throat razors and shaving kits, books and autobiographies.

25 Shopping Secrets Elise Townsend has an online store called 'The Bag Department'. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

The Bag Department

thebagdepartment.com.au

A HANDBAG, as every woman knows, is a very personal accessory. Possibly the only fashion item we carry with us every day, we have to love it to make such a commitment to it. A new Melbourne concept has the answer we have been longing for.

Entrepreneur Elise Townsend has created a personalised service where customers can harness the power of the internet to customise their own handbags and choose from a variety of luxurious leather styles and colour combinations, an assortment of unique hardware and different sizes and shapes. The choices are classic, functional and affordable, making it the underground go-to for the perfect wardrobe staple.

25 Shopping Secrets Owners Ilana Moses and Georgia Danos in their Grace clothing store in Malvern Rd. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

Grace

595 Malvern Rd, Toorak. Ph: 9827 2133

IT'S hard to walk away empty-handed from this masterfully curated collection of must-have pieces from New York and Paris, as well as select local labels. Stylish, sophisticated, wearable pieces are the trademark of this stand-alone boutique featuring labels including Rag & Bone, Tome, A.P.C and MSGM.

Melbourne friends Georgia Danos and Ilana Moses own the store and also design the in-house Grace label, which has a focus on fabulous fabrics and versatile pieces ranging from everyday to cocktailwear. The warm and welcoming space also has a sense of playfulness about it, featuring a pendant light installation over the counter, while the staff are well-informed and helpful without being pushy. Quirky homewares and books are scattered throughout the store, complementing the array of unique and on-trend fashion and accessories.

The savvy team behind the five-year-old business are mindful of creating an enjoyable shopping experience and regularly offer in-store opportunities, such as the recent manicure bar, as well as online promotions.

25 Shopping Secrets Antons store located in Melbourne Central. Picture: Tess Follett Source: HeraldSun

Antons

Shop 10, ground floor, Melbourne Central, 211 La Trobe St, city. Ph: 9663 8610

IF sartorial elegance, combined with old-fashioned style and service are for you, then a visit to Antons is a must.

Specialising in tailored suits and shirts for men and women, this eccentric wonderland is a feast for the eyes and the senses. Antons' designs are drawn from vintage suit patterns and fabrics sourced from all over the world, but are all designed, cut and manufactured in Melbourne, giving them an edge with customers who appreciate local industry.

Though not bespoke, customers can choose their style off the rack and select their chosen fabric, lining colour and additions and have measurements adjusted for the perfect fit.

25 shopping secrets Oscar And Wilde. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Oscar and Wild

788 Burke Rd, Camberwell. Also at 167 High St, Kew. oscarandwild.com

A CONSISTENTLY well-curated collection of the latest looks from well-known local and international brands, as well as lesser-known labels, makes Oscar and Wild a must-visit for every fashionista.

Gems from Australian designers such as Ginger & Smart, Manning Cartel, Rachel Gilbert and Alex Perry hang alongside M Missoni, Ted Baker, J Brand and BCBG Max Azria, which is stocked exclusively at Oscar and Wild's two Melbourne stores.

Owner Paloma Hatami's philosophy is to source items from around the world that are not widely available in other boutiques - and items that strike the balance between being beautiful, timeless and classic, yet reasonably priced.

With an emphasis on customer service, the boutiques cater to woman of all ages from head to toe, stocking footwear, jewellery, handbags, and come spring racing, a collection of fascinators.

Both stores have a Middle Eastern-inspired interior, enhancing the shopping experience for their ever-changing range of cult brands and hard-to-source labels.

So:me Space

South Melbourne Market, cnr Coventry and Cecil Sts, South Melbourne. southmelbournemarket.com.au

THINK South Melbourne Market is just about fruit and veg, think again. Not only does SO:ME Space provide fashion-conscious shoppers the chance to buy the latest offerings from both emerging and established designers, it also boosts the fashion and design industry from the ground up by supporting the newest labels that are yet to be represented by major retail outlets.

The mix of brands sold in the space ranges from some of the more established, yet still innovative, brands, to the very latest.

Four pop-up spaces are rotated every four weeks with the best emerging designers of fashion, homewares and accessories. They are surrounded by permanent retailers such as Mr Simple men's street wear, Stone Glint & Bone hand-made jewellery and leather bags, Bleecker Street Vintage, which sells vintage clothing with an environmental focus, and Creatures of Comfort footwear for men, women and children.

25 Shopping Secrets Scanlan and Theodore store located in Melbourne Central. Picture: Tess Follett Source: HeraldSun

Scanlan and Theodore outlet

Shop 215A, 2nd floor, Melbourne Central, 211 LaTrobe St, city. Ph: 9639 6500

SUPER stylish and fashion-forward, Scanlan & Theodore has been a much loved and admired Australian fashion label since 1987. Its consistently covetable collections are bang on trend without veering into fashion victim territory.

A favourite with the sophisticated social set, the label can be priced out of reach of the everyday woman - though not any more with an outlet store hidden away on the third floor of the busy Melbourne Central shopping centre.

With discounts of 50 per cent and more off an array of signature styles including dresses, jackets, pants, shoes and bags, it's a true treasure.

Keen on keeping the exclusive nature of the brand intact, Scanlan & Theodore is not interested in publicising the outlet, but we will - it's a beauty for a cheap, chic bargain.

Luisa Warehouse

14/993 North Rd, Murrumbeena. Ph: 9579 1192

IT is said to never judge a book by its cover, and the same applies for never judging a warehouse by its exterior. Because inside this Murrumbeena shed is a roll call of luxury shoes from around the world including Sergio Rossi, Dior, Chloe, Burberry, Ferragamo, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu, YSL, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Fendi, Celine, Gucci and Costume National. Luisa's Warehouse is a Melbourne institution where women can indulge in luxury brands for a fraction of the cost.

25 shopping secrets Design A Space. Picture: Anna Byrne Source: HeraldSun

Design A Space

142 Chapel St, Windsor. Also at 20 Manchester Lane, city, and 212 Brunswick St, Fitzroy. designaspace.com.au

INDEPENDENT Australian designers get their chance to shine in these three creative retail outlets across inner city Melbourne.

Husband and wife team Bec and Chris Lutz established the concept, which supports and promotes more than 100 local designers and includes an eclectic mix of women's, men's and children's fashion and accessories.

Through renting a space, designers can show their entire range in a way that reflects the spirit of their label. Designers rotate on a monthly basis, ensuring every visit to the well-laid out stores is different.

Established labels such as Leonard St and Nancybird are stocked among more emerging designers, with each outlet offering its own unique mix. Many of the better known labels choose to showcase limited-edition pieces or small capsule ranges not available anywhere else.

25 Shopping Secrets Bruce store located in Fitzroy North. Picture: Tess Follett Source: HeraldSun

Bruce

150 Gertrude St, Fitzroy. Also at 284 Queens Pde, Clifton Hill. shopbruce.com.au

THE quintessential Aussie larrikin name belies a treasure trove of second-hand, high-end international designer labels at these two designer consignment stores, with labels including Chanel, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Dior, Isabel Marant, Lanvin, Givenchy and Gucci.

Both stores have an individual feel that is specific to their neighbourhood and, while prices are far from rock bottom, they are substantially reduced from original retail.

On any given day, you may come across a beautiful silk Prada dress reduced from $2200 to $479, a Lanvin leather bag reduced from $2000 to $599 or a Paul Smith two-button pinstripe men's suit reduced to $399 from $1300.

With stock turning over regularly, every visit is different, featuring consignments from local lovers as well as private clients in New York and Los Angeles.

Bruce's loyal following of customers is drawn from all walks of life, with the common thread a passion for fashion and individual style.

25 Shopping Secrets Hunter Gatherer clothing store in Melbourne city. Picture: Rebecca Michael Source: HeraldSun

Hunter Gatherer

Shop 51, Royal Arcade (off Bourke Street Mall), city. Ph: 9650 1843. Also at 274 Brunswick St, Fitzroy. Ph: 9415 7371

THE Brotherhood of St Laurence plucks vintage and retro designer gems from the thousands of tonnes of goods donated by the public each week to stock its two Hunter Gatherer stores.

On-trend women's and men's clothing, preloved jewellery and accessories sit alongside quirky homewares and other treasures in these carefully curated spaces. It's a bit hit and miss, but recent finds include a Burberry trench coat and a pair of Christian Louboutin boots, brand new and with dust bag, for just $200.

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Capo Bastone dawdled near the rear of the pack in Saturday's $500,000, Grade I Foxwood King's Bishop Stakes at Saratoga, came around the leaders heading into the stretch and closed with a powerful late rush to win by 2 lengths over Mentor Cane. Central Banker completed a trifecta that returned $16,639 for a $2 investment. The favorite, Forty Tales, finished fourth. Capo Bastone, a 3-year-old Street Boss colt, ran 7 furlongs on a fast track in 1:22.22 under Irad Ortiz Jr. It was his first stakes win and followed a seventh-place showing in the Grade II Woody Stephens at Belmont, though he did finish third in last fall's Breeders' Cup Juvenile. "We felt like it was time to take a shot," winning trainer Todd Pletcher said. "It seemed like everything was gelling at the right time, and he was sitting on a good one, so we felt like, 'Let's try a big one.' It seems like he has found his niche. I think he gets a mile, no problem, but this was a good set-up for him today."

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Sweet Lulu remained undefeated in four starts, winning a three-way battle to the wire in Saturday's $500,000, Grade I Test Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Saratoga. The Mr. Greeley filly, making her first start outside California and first start on real dirt, shadowed the early pace, the swapped leads with Wildcat Lily before prevailing by a head. My Happy Face was a neck farther back in third with a late run. The 7 furlongs on a fast track went in 1:23.45 with Julien Leparoux riding the winner. "She's done everything we've asked her to do," said winning trainer Jerry Hollendorfer . "I didn't know if I should ship her this soon and come back here and try this, but she was doing so well and showing speed, and this is a Grade 1 and a very important race for pedigree, so we decided to try it." He said he will consider the Breeders' Cup.

Dance to Bristol worked her way to the lead in the stretch in Friday's $500,000, Grade I Ballerina Stakes for fillies and mares and battled down the lane to win by a head over late-running California import Book Review. Villanesca finished third. Dance to Bristol, a 4-year-old Speightstown filly, now has won seven straight starts, steadily climbing the class ladder to pick up her first Grade I win. "Her will to win is what makes her special," said winning trainer Ollie Figgins Jr. "Book Review had dead aim on her inside the eighth pole. Once she saw her coming, she just wouldn't let her by." Winning jockey Xavier Perez said Dance to Bristol is "the best horse I ever rode in my whole career. I think it's going to be the one that's going to take me to the Breeders' Cup."

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Vagabond Shoes rallied from last of six to win Saturday's $200,000, Grade II Del Mar Handicap by 1/2 length over Lucayan with Huntsville another 1/2 length back in third. Vagabond Shoes, a 6-year-old, Irish-bred gelding by Beat Hollow, ran 11 furlongs on firm going in 2:11.94 with Victor Espinoza up. He has lived up to his name, racing earlier in his career in France, Dubai and Germany before settling in trainer John Sadler 's barn early this year. He has improved slowly ever since, coming to Saturday's race off a second-place effort in the Grade I Eddie Read Handicap over the same course a month ago. "As the season has gone on, he has acclimated," Sadler said. "We'll definitely look at the Breeders' Cup." The race was a "Win and You're In" race for the Breeders' Cup Turf.

Summer Front rallied from last to win Sunday's $100,000 Cliff Hanger Stakes at Monmouth Park by 1 1/4 lengths over Tune Me In. Howe Great finished third as Summer Front ran 1 1/16 miles on firm going in 1:41.49 with Joe Bravo riding. The winner is a 4-year-old War Front colt.

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At Saratoga, Laughing led all the way around in Saturday's $250,000, Grade II Ketel One Ballston Spa Stakes for fillies and mares, but with constant pressure from Pianist. That duo entered the stretch together, quickened together and finished with Laughing just a head in front. It was 2 3/4 lengths back to Hard Not to Like in third. The favorite, Hungry Island, finished fourth in the well-matched field. Centre Court was the major disappointment, racing under restraint early before getting home last of eight. Laughing, a 5-year-old, Irish-bred daughter of Dansili, ran 1 1/16 miles on firm turf in 1:40.37 with Jose Lezcano in the irons. The win backed up her earlier victory in the Grade I Diana over the same course at 9 furlongs. "She's real healthy now and I think she'll be a force in the filly and mare division," said winning trainer Alan Goldberg. "The other filly hung in there pretty good."

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Obviously picked up his third straight win as the heavy favorite in Sunday's $200,000, Grade II Del Mar Mile. But he had to work unexpectedly hard to achieve the victory. With Joe Talamo at the controls, the 5-year-old, Irish-bred gelding made all the going after a slightly tardy start and opened a 2-lengths lead at the top of the stretch. He Be Fire N Ice mounted a determined challenge, drawing to within 1/2 length at mid-stretch but could get no farther and settled for second by that margin. Silentio, El Commodore and Tigah completed the order of finish. Obviously ran the 1 mile on firm going in 1:32.64.

He finished third in last year's Breeders' Cup Mile behind Wise Dan and Animal Kingdom and more recently won the Grade II American Handicap and Grade I Shoemaker Mile, both at Hollywood Park. His owners said after Sunday's race they might forgo an outing before the Breeders' Cup.

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Dimension set a pressured pace in Sunday's $200,000 (Canadian) Play the King Stakes at Woodbine, worked clear late and won by 2 1/4 lengths over Excaper. Riding the River was third and the favorite, Go Blue or Go Home, got home fourth. Dimension, a 5-year-old, British-bred gelding by Medicean, ran 7 furlongs on firm turf in a quick 1:19.89 under David Moran.

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Conquest Titan went quickly to the front in Saturday's $125,000 (Canadian) Swynford Stakes at Woodbine, then kicked away to win by a convincing 5 1/4 lengths. Dig Alittle Deeper was best of the rest with Tuscan Getaway a nose farther back in third. Conquest Titan, a Kentucky-bred son of 2004 Belmont Stakes winner Birdstone, ran 7 furlongs on the all-weather track in 1:23.64 under Eurico Da Silva. It was his second career start. In his first, the Mark Casse trainee finished fourth at Churchill Downs.

My Brown Eyed Guy scored his third straight win in Saturday's $125,000 Affirmed Division of the Florida Stallion Stakes at Calder, leading most of the way to a 2 1/4-lengths victory over Best Plan Yet. Purchango finished third. My Brown Eyed Guy, a With Distinction gelding, ran 7 furlongs on a fast track in 1:24.87 with Antonio Gallardo handling the reins. He also won the first leg of the FSS.

Brothersofthetime rallied to the lead in the stretch run in Saturday's $75,000 Seacliff Stakes at Calder Race Course, then held off East Hall to win by a nose. D N A Approved was in the mix but faded late and settled for third. Brothersofthetime, a Florida-bred colt by Bob and John, ran 1 mile on a fast track in 1:42.01 under Fernando Jara after following a plodding early pace. He now has three wins and a second to show for four career starts.

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Scandalous Act drew off with authority in Saturday's $125,000 Susan's Girl Division of the Florida Stallion Stakes, winning by 8 3/4 lengths. Quinnkat beat the other five and Holiday Magic finished third. Scandalous Act, a daughter of Act of Duty, ran 7 furlongs on a fast track in 1:25.06 with Antonio Gallardo aboard. She now has won three of four starts, including the first two filly events in the FSS.

Flat Out Charming stuck her nose in front of Light Bringer at the wire in Saturday's $75,000 Lindsay Frolic Stakes at Calder. Look of a Star finished third, lacking a late kick. Flat Out Charming, a Florida-bred daughter of Flatter, ran 1 mile on a fast track in 1:42.89 with Antonio Gallardo up. That was two in a row for her after a maiden-breaker at Gulfstream Park.

Chu and You led all the way in Sunday's $50,000 Barbara Shinpoch Stakes at Emerald Downs and held on at the end to win by 2 1/2 lengths over Strawberry Dawn. Charismata finished third. Chu and You, a Washington-bred daughter of You and I, ran 6 1/2 furlongs on a fast track in 1:17 with Juan Gutierrez up. She now has three wins from three starts.

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Bon Accord ran by pacesetter Bluegrass Derby in the stretch run in Saturday's $75,000 Calder Turf Dash and went on to win by 1 3/4 lengths. Breitling Flyer finished third. Bon Accord, a Kentucky-bred colt by Showing Up, got 5 furlongs on firm going in 58.12 seconds with Jesus Rios up. He now is 2-for-3.

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Secret Kitten lost no time getting to the front in Saturday's $75,000 Catcharisingstar Stakes at Calder and held the lead to the wire, winning by 4 1/2 lengths. Ya Esta was second and the favorite, Solitary, finished third. Secret Kitten, a Discreet Cat filly, ran 5 furlongs on firm turf in 57.87 seconds with Antonio Gallardo in the irons. She now is 2-for-2.

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Cirrus Des Aigles, who entered the year as the world's top-rated horse in training, continued his slide as he faded to finish a disappointing fifth in Sunday's Group 2 Grand Prix de Deauville on the French seaside. With Christophe Soumillon up, the 7-year-old gelding ranged up to challenge for the lead with two furlongs to run, but was unable to finish the task and faded in the final strides, beaten by about 2 1/2 lengths by the winner. Trainer Corine Barande-Barbe confessed to being "a little disappointed" by the showing. He has not won in five attempts this year after exiting 2012 with a win in the Group 2 Prix Dollar at Longchamp. Tres Bleu's trainer, Alex Pantal, said his 3-year-old, Irish-bred son of Anabaa Bleu is eligible for the Prix de l' Arc de Triomphe and he expects to make that his next start.

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One-time Triple Crown contender Sr. Quisqueyano went quickly to the front in Saturday's $100,000 Eight Miles East Stakes, opened a daylight lead early in the stretch run and held on to win by a neck over Where's Sterling. It was another 7 1/4 lengths back to Isutalkintome in third. Sr. Quisqueyano, a 3-year-old, Florida-bred colt by Exclusive Quality, ran 1 1/16 miles on a fast track in 1:45.28 with Carlos Olivero in the irons. He finished second in the Gulfstream Park Derby on New Year's Day but then was eighth in the Grade III Holy Bull and seventh in the Grade II Fountain of Youth.

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Imagining led from the start in Sunday's $100,000 Idle Rich Stakes and won off by 5 1/2 lengths over Atigun. Eagle Poise finished third with a late rush. Imagining, a 5-year-old son of Giant's Causeway, ran 1 3/16 miles on firm turf in 1:51.9 with Javier Castellano in the irons.

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Speaking of former Triple Crown contenders, Daddy Nose Best rallied three-wide down the stretch to win Saturday's $75,000 Edward J. DeBartolo Memorial Handicap by 1 length over Dakota Gypsy. Ole Winedrinker Who was third, a head farther in arrears. Daddy Nose Best, a Scat Daddy colt, ran 9 furlongs on firm turf in 1:48.45 with Ramon Vasquez up. The Steve Asmussen trainee won last year's Grade III Sunland Park Derby and Grade III El Camino Real Derby before finishing 10th in the Run for the Roses and ninth in the Preakness.

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Summer Applause stalked the early pace in Sunday's $75,000 Lady's Secret Stakes for fillies and mares, got to the fore when asked and won by 1 1/4 lengths over Royal Lahaina. Sharp Sally and Canadian Mistress completed the order of finish. Summer Applause, a 4-year-old Harlan's Holiday filly, ran 1 1/16 miles on a fast track in 1:45.93 for jockey Joe Bravo.

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Jax and Jill dominated Saturday's $50,000 Sylvia Bishop Memorial for West Virginia-bred 3-year-old fillies, leading all the way and winning by 6 lengths over Margaret High. Last Train was third. Jax and Jill, a Yes It's True filly, got 7 furlongs on a fast track in 1:25.98 with Gerald Almodovar riding.

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Miss Rubycubes led from the start in Saturday's $75,000 New York Oaks for state-bred fillies and won by 1 1/2 lengths over Message of Love. City Gone Wild finished third. Miss Rubycubes, a daughter of Ruby's Rocket, ran 1 1/16 miles on a fast track in 1:48.52 with Pedro Rodriguez up.

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Valiant Girl outfinished Parranda in Saturday's $60,000 Omnibus Stakes for fillies and mares, winning by a head after 1 3/8 miles on the firm turf. The even-money favorite, Tabreed, settled for third. Valiant Girl, a 4-year-old, British-bred filly by Lemon Drop Kid , got home in 2:21.95 with Forest Boyce in the irons.

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Dreamed a Dream stalked the pace in Saturday's $50,000 First Episode Stakes for Massachusetts-bred fillies and mares, got to the fore midway around the stretch turn and finally worked clear to win by 2 3/4 lengths over Tallys Sundance. Southoftheborder finished third. Dreamed a Dream, a 4-year-old daughter of Agnes Gold, ran 1 mile and 70 yards on a fast track in 1:48.12 with Jill Jellison riding.

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Sources close to the matter have said the IPO values Moncler at about 2 billion euros, but Tamburi declined to put a value on his stake.

Tamburi said the decision to invest in Ruffini was taken regardless of whether Moncler would list or not.

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(Reporting by Isla Binnie; Editing by Anthony Barker)

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"Why would they say that?" she told  USA Today . "It's not true at all. It's funny, two weeks ago I was dating - I'm not dating.

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When asked by American journalist Katie Couric on talk show Katie whether or not she had a boyfriend, the star gave a clear answer.

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A singer, composer and pianist, Queen's first career — entertaining — brought her to the bay area in the '70s when she performed with her sister as FiFi Queen Unlimited.

Now Queen owns seven of 23 Fifi's resale stores in Florida and North Carolina. "The others are franchises," said Queen, who lives in Apollo Beach. "We expect to open 100 more, from Oregon to Maine, in the next five years."

Fifi's Fine Resale Apparel, 1732 S Dale Mabry Highway; is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Monday through Saturday; visit fifisconsignment.com or call (813) 251-2800.

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In the five years since she was a bride, Tampa native MaryIsabel Rooney, dreamt of opening Isabel O'Neil Bridal Collection. Next week, she'll walk down the aisle of her new Dale Mabry Highway boutique, a block south of Neptune Avenue.

Rooney's store is the only one in the bay area featuring wedding gown designs by Romona Keveza, Ines diSanto and Alyne Bridal.

The store will sell "both their couture, luxe lines and their more moderate lines," said Rooney, 33. Prices range from $2,000 to $8,000.

The shop sells veils and other accessories by Amanda Judge and will soon add bridesmaids' gowns and shoes. Alterations and other services will be available, too. Brides-to-be may book the entire salon for a private session with their bridal party.

"I want brides to know they don't have to leave Tampa to find a gown and to feel confident they are getting the right advice," said Rooney, a 2002 graduate of the University of South Florida.

Isabel O'Neil Bridal Collection, 1540 S Dale Mabry, Suite E, is open by appointment only. Visit isabelbridal.com or call (813) 251-1749.

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Andrea Lauren Elegant Interiors can better showcase its decorative home accessories, fine furnishings and gifts in its new Carriage Trade Plaza storefront on S Dale Mabry Highway, said owner Priscilla Castellano.

The interior design firm, named for her two granddaughters, was behind a MacDill Avenue dry cleaners and a restaurant for the past three years.

Lamps, rugs, silk flowers, glasses and barware catch the eye. "Many unique pieces,'' she said.

Design services offered in the large workroom include upholstery, furniture restoration and custom window treatments.

Andrea Lauren Elegant Interiors, 1710 S Dale Mabry Highway, is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Visit andrealaureninteriors.com or call (813) 839-7557.

La Joya owner Myriam Castellano closed her 2832 S MacDill Ave. boutique in May, relocating her stylish women's clothing and accessories to 4526 W Village Drive in the Village Corners shopping center of Carrollwood.

"The new store is three times bigger, and there's plenty of parking," she said. Castellano is especially excited to introduce her own clothing designs, custom sewn in Tampa. Hours remain the same: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday. Visit lajoyaoftampa.com or call (813) 963-1300.

Second Image thrift store closed last month due to a rent increase, according to an employee who answered the phone at the popular Kennedy Boulevard and Armenia Avenue corner shop. All merchandise has been moved to the Pinellas Park store, 9099 U.S. 19 N in the Mainlands Village Shopping Center.

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watches WHITEHORSE — Prime Minister Stephen Harper has a good story to tell up here on the vast, perma-frozen frontier. Honestly, he does. How very odd — surreal, at times — that he is constantly, seemingly reflexively, thrusting himself in the path of his own narrative, though it be crafted with great forethought and a violin-maker’s attention to detail.

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So, to be fair, this is not a bad strategy. Say what one might about the delays and false starts that have hampered the government’s grander northern plans, particularly when it comes to putting armed boats in the Northwest Passage, since they took power in 2006. They’re trying. They’ve ventured more here than either the Jean Chretien or Paul Martin Liberals did before them. When Harper chooses to articulate his northern strategy, as he did Monday, he does so persuasively. When he chooses to answer unscripted questions — as he also did Monday, in the process confirming the pending prorogation of Parliament, and that he will run again in 2015 — he does so deftly, for the most part.

But set against all this, is the excessive control; the ultra-managed topspin on every image; the entrenched separation between him, his entourage, the media, and by extension anyone who is not an avowed, card-carrying Conservative. All that, too, is in plain view on this tour. Sunday night in Whitehorse, its inaugural event, was an opportunity for the prime minister to explain with passion and detail the reasons why he values the North, why the North is an integral part of Canada, and what his government intends to do to help northern people in future.

Instead, he delivered a warmed up re-hash of 2011 campaign rhetoric, laced with harsh attacks on the opposition that were, in this setting, discordant. The intended subtext of the tour appears to be that Conservatives cares about ordinary, grass-roots folk, and not “political games” in Ottawa. Yet what is harsh partisanship ever, but a game?

No one believes, as Harper charged Sunday, that the opposition’s instincts are “all bad” — or for that matter that he bears no responsibility for the mess that is the Senate, as he sought to suggest again Monday. What, really, is the point of pretending?

Some will say that hard-charging rhetoric reassures “the base.” But the base is not another population on another planet. These are the same people who gave Alberta Premier Alison Redford, a Red Tory, a comfortable majority in the last Alberta provincial election. Could it be that “the base” deserve more credit for moderation than this government gives them?

Years ago, then-prime-minister Jean Chretien was beset by criticisms that he had allowed his advisers to package him to death. His response? “Let Chretien be Chretien.”

Stephen Harper has a similar problem now — except that he himself is the Svengali crafting that package. This annual northern sojourn is his opportunity to “let his hair down” in a congenial setting, we are told, and “be himself.” At this writing, count me among those still waiting. Onward to the Northwest Territories.

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The valuable gems were supposed to be on public display until the end of August. It was not immediately clear how many pieces were stolen.

Leviev, in a brief statement, said: "Company officials are cooperating with local authorities investigating the loss and are relieved that no one was injured in the robbery."

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Europe has been struck by several brazen jewelry thefts in recent years, some of which have involved tens of millions of dollars in treasure.

On Feb. 18 in Belgium, some $50 million worth of diamonds were stolen. In that heist, robbers targeted stones from the global diamond center of Antwerp that had been loaded on a plane headed to Zurich . Authorities have since detained dozens of people and recovered much of the items stolen in that operation.

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Cannes appears to be a favorite target this year — in May it was struck by other two highly publicized jewelry heists during the CannesFilm Festival.

In the first theft, robbers stole about $1 million worth of jewels after ripping a safe from the wall of a hotel room. In the second, thieves outsmarted 80 security guards in an exclusive hotel and grabbed a De Grisogono necklace that creators said is worth 2 million euros ($2.6 million).

Sazonoff said it is normal for robbers to gravitate to a place like Cannes, whose glimmering harbor and glamorous film festival attract the world's rich and famous. "Why do thieves target Cannes? It's simple ... On the Cote d'Azur, it's where the monied people flow," he said.

Sazonoff also said police would likely probe whether Sunday's heist is linked to recent jail escapes by alleged members of the Pink Panther jewel thief gang.

On Thursday, gang member Milan Poparic escaped his Swiss prison after accomplices rammed a gate and overpowered guards with bursts from their AK-47s, police said.

Police say the Pink Panther network's members are prime suspects in a series of daring thefts. According to Interpol, the group has targeted luxury watch and jewelry stores in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States , netting more than €330 million (£285m) since 1999.

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Rynette Reiling and her daughter, Chanel Reiling, have opened Studio Chanel and Co. in Tonganoxie. Their business had operated for three years on Union Street in McLouth, but the Reilings, who live in Oskaloosa, needed more space for their expanding business. They can be found just west of Kansas Country Store along U.S. Highway 24-40.

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Rynette and Chanel decided their business was outgrowing the 2,000-square-foot building in downtown McLouth. Their new location covers 10,000 square feet.

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Though the Reilings originally planned to open the studio after Chanel finished college, it hasn’t hindered her from continuing her education.

Chanel is a radiology major. Her sophomore year she was on the Washburn dance team and is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. She also is doing clinicals in Lawrence while finishing up her degree and overseeing classes at the studio.

“I’m in my car a lot,” Chanel said with a laugh.

She said the purpose of the studio is to offer youth and adults the opportunity to be active in cheer and various dance and exercise classes without having to travel outside the area. Chanel, who participated in cheerleading and dance at Oskaloosa High and was cheer captain, said her mother told her “she had to have a real job to have a fun job.”

“This is my fun job,” she said about the dance studio. “I was on the verge of being a teacher, something with kids. This is my kid outlet because I love kids.”

Rynette, also an OHS graduate, was a cheerleader at Oskaloosa before joining the squads at Allen County Community College and then Emporia State University.

She said the studio serves students throughout Leavenworth and Jefferson counties and also stretches as far south as Baldwin City and east to Piper and Olathe.

Chanel handles operations with the classes, while Rynette specializes in marketing and public relations.

"Chanel and I are a good team together," Rynette said.

She said the studio hopes to offer additional classes in the fall.

Classes are offered Saturdays through Thursdays.

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Chromecast's "mobile as a remote" feature is a great idea but it can be problematic. Unless you keep your device on and set to the streaming app's playback control (which totally negates the ability to do other stuff on your tablet while casting content) you can't just pick up the remote and pause playback immediately. No, you'll have to navigate through the lock screen, into the streaming app, wait for your Wi-Fi radio to turn back on, wait for the streaming app to recognise that it is in fact controlling playback on the TV, then hit pause. What took two seconds can now take up to 20. That was never a problem with Apple TV or Roku, unless of course you lost the remote in your sofa cushions. You can also just download Remote apps for both of those that work just as well.

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Chromecast provides a much-needed low-cost means for migrating towards streaming services that immediately renders most of the recent advances in Smart TVs obsolete (unless of course you really love surfing the Internet on your smart TV's built-in browser, you masochist).

The fact that Chromecast communicates directly with the cloud server means that once I load up a video, I can continue using my phone or tablet for other stuff without disrupting the movie. I can also queue up additional media directly to the TV so my mobile device doesn't burn through its battery pushing the data from Netflix's servers to the TV. What's more, my mobile device not only becomes the remote but, if say I have to leave mid-movie, anyone else in the room can log on to Chromecast (assuming they have my Netflix credentials) and take over remote control duties. It's brilliant, but more importantly, it's simple.

Also, the price. Come on. For US$35, it's worth at least taking a flier.

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Google's Chromecast demos show people slapping it back of their TV and then having it magically work are entirely true. Since the Chromecast doesn't run on battery power and HDMI ports are unpowered, you'll either have to sacrifice one of the TV's USB ports (which really, you've got like three unused ones right now) or a power outlet. That's not a particularly big price to pay but it is a bit of a pain if you've already got a full complement of socket-hungry component pieces.

The fact that it only currently only supports Google Play Music is also a pain. I use a mix of iTunes and Amazon primarily and, while there are ways to sync your collection between all three , loading my 100+GB of music onto a third service is not really worth it at this point.

Last, it's important to note that for mirroring to work at all you're going to need pretty strong Wi-Fi, and even then it's not ideal. Presumably as more apps become available this becomes less and less of an issue, but for now, your mileage will definitely vary on anything that's not Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play content.

SHOULD YOU BUY IT?

Yes. 30 five times, yes. Especially if you don't already own an Apple TV or other streaming box, or are a heavy Netflix user. As discussed above, those boxes do offer quite a bit more functionality at the moment but they will set you back US$50 for the barest of bones purple box or US$100 for the Apple TV. And even if you do already own another box, the Chromecast's low-cost mirroring capability is a surprisingly handy (albeit a bit fuzzy) feature.

Look at what exactly you want to use your device for and choose accordingly. But for multiple-TV houses, or for people dipping their toes into the river of streams, Chromecast is an excellent option.

No official New Zealand pricing or sale dates for Chromecast yet, but that doesn't mean you can't go import one from the US.

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Shares of Tiffany rose 2.2 per cent to $83.50 in trading before the market opened.

There were fears that luxury spending in China could slow, but Tiffany is the latest western brand to report good sales there.

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patek "We want to be the best international sports network as opposed to the best international soccer network," stated Antonio Briceño, deputy managing director for beIN Sport, during a conversation we had on Monday. "We launched with soccer because those were the key properties that we had when we first launched. It's now our intention to increase non-soccer properties on both networks without every alienating our core soccer fans who originally subscribed to our stations.

"For sure, you'll be seeing more cycling, more auto racing, more rugby (Six Nations Tournament) more boxing and other properties that we are getting. At the end of the day, we want to be perceived as the best network with all of international sport and not just soccer."

As with any new endeavor, beIN has gone through plenty of speed-bumps and hurdles along the way. This includes finding out how to best serve customers who pay extra to either subscribe directly to beIN Sport/beIN Sport Español or to sign up for a sports television package that includes one or both of those networks.

"The biggest thing we've learned (this past year) is that there is no way to make everybody happy," Briceño explained. "Obviously, one of the things we've learned is that the audiences, if you're talking about the core soccer audiences, they have a lot in common. They're also different in the way that they consume their sports."

Any channel attempting to achieve beIN's goals is always going to have an uphill climb in the United States. Soccer is indeed more popular in this country now than ever before, but the sport still has a long way to go before it can even be mentioned among the likes of baseball and American football. Thus, beIN has to cater to casual viewers who will hopefully turn into repeat customers without "dumbing things down" to the point that diehard fans feel insulted. It's an issue those at beIN have been aware of since day one.

"We take a lot of time and effort to make sure our analysts and commentary crews are as unbiased as possible," Briceño said. "For example, we make sure that the female presenters who appear on our shows - yes, they look nice and they look beautiful - but they know what they are talking about. They are not just there because of how they look. We made sure that we signed people who already knew about the properties that we have."

One problem facing beIN this August is that the company having the rights to so many properties has resulted in some subscribers feeling left out when it comes to live games being shown on television. Most notably, fans of the Championship have, over the past several weeks, taken to Facebook and Twitter to voice their displeasure about that league being relegated to tape-delay coverage. Briceño assured me that those complaints haven't fallen on deaf ears.

"I'm an avid reader of all of the feedback we receive on both Facebook and Twitter. I am very aware of the feelings that are out there," he told me. "People forget that every live match is a big production. It's not just taking a feed from the satellite and putting it on TV. Sometimes, those games conflict with other non-soccer properties, and we have to factor in production abilities for every weekend. It's a good problem to have because we have so many good properties, but we also have a big challenge in not going beyond our production capabilities. We are planning on increasing our coverage of the Championship on beIN Sport as much as we possibly can."

I was told that every Championship match that is part of the beIN package will be shown live via the beIN Sport Play streaming service . That service, however, is not available to all subscribers as of the posting of this piece. "Our hope and goal is that it will soon be available to any subscriber regardless of their provider," Briceño stated. "This will allow viewers to make their own programming choices (via what's available on both TV and the streaming service)."

"We understand the frustrations felt by some of the fans of the leagues we carry. We sit every week, week in and week out, and we look at all of the factors (before planning programming). I try my best to make sure that everything that airs is dictated by contractual obligations to different properties and also the desires of our subscribers."

A lack of availability in Canada has left many football fans located up north rather displeased with beIN. Briceño didn't dance around the topic when asked. "We are very keen to launch in Canada," he told me. "My top priority personally right now is to launch in Canada. We do have the application prepared and ready to go. The regulatory environment in Canada is very particular, and we need to have a sponsor to get coverage there. That's what we are working on. Yes, it's true that if you go to the (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) website, you're not going to find an application pending approval at this very moment. Before we can even apply, we first need to find a sponsor. That has proven to be more challenging than we originally expected. We are working very hard every day, and want to launch in Canada as soon as possible."

There had been some whispers throughout 2013 that beIN Sport could be interested in acquiring the TV rights of Major League Soccer, which currently airs on NBC Sports Network, as some point in the future. The thought was that beIN, financed by the Qatari Investment Fund, has the money to over-bid, if necessary, for MLS. There are also plenty of open time slots on both beIN Sport and beIN Sport en Español due to European matches wrapping up in the afternoon. It now seems, however, that such speculation may have just been that and not much more.

"In all honesty, I can tell you that I haven't looked into that," Briceño told me "You do have to remember that there is an acquisition team that deals with that sort of thing, and I don't know if they are looking into it. I haven't been informed if they are. The fact is that we want to be the best international sports channel, and MLS is a domestic league. Acquiring the league would be outside of how we are positioning ourselves."

For more, read my article published earlier this month: beIN at the beginning

Zac has been covering the USMNT, Holland, Tottenham Hotspur, New York Red Bulls, Major League Soccer and other soccer leagues for Yahoo! Sports since 2010.

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But hold it: 'It's not time for that yet,' Barbara whispers.

'I don't know your friends. I wanna meet your family,' she adds.

That brings things to a screeching halt for Jon (Gordon-Levitt) - 'Why would, uh - our families?' he stammers in reply.

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He tries to convince his seductive partner to let him in her apartment, but she literally butts him out of the doorway.

'Don't you think it's always better when it means something?' Barbara coos.

The clip ends with Jon standing stunned as Barbara slams the door shut on him with just two words: 'Call me!'

Rejected: Jon's efforts to get Barbara in bed are rebuffed, much to his dismay

It's a perfect teaser for Don Jon (directed and written by Gordon-Levitt), which follows a young man who is obsessed with his physical appearance, objectifies women and sports an addiction to pornography.

After meeting romance-obsessed Barbara, he begins to pursue a genuine relationship with her - but that's jeopardized when she discovers his dirty digital secret.

'I thought the idea of a guy, who watches too much pornography, and a young woman, who watches too many romantic Hollywood movies, was a hilarious way to ask the question: How do the different kinds of media we consume impact our lives and our love lives?' Gordon-Levitt told the Huffington Post in March.

First try: Don Jon is Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut

The film was produced independently, and Gordon-Levitt believes the story never would have been greenlit by studio executives.

'The reason I think the movie works is because we manage to find a really great tone that balances an unusually bold honesty with a really fun and entertaining comedy. That is a tone that you won't really to be able to see that on the page,' he said.

'You have to trust that the actors and everybody else are going to bring that. This wouldn't have happened at a studio.'

All of the lights: Gordon-Levitt arrives at the red carpet of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, held in New York City on August 25

Fittingly, early reviews of the film give praise to Gordon-Levitt's sympathetic, clever take on characters who could've been mere caricatures.

'The self-assured helmer shows genuine affection for his characters, balancing their openly satiric qualities with a disarmingly sincere human center,' wrote Variety's Peter Debruge in January.

Other critics noted the sharp-eyed cultural messages woven though Gordon-Levitt's raunchy, comedic script.

The film, which is Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, opens in a wide release on September 27.

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Funnyman: Gordon-Levitt speaks onstage during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at New York City's Barclays Center on August 25

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- L. , London, United Kingdom, 28/8/2013 04:54

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After watching that clip, I can't wait to stay home and watch TV.

- trooper , Sa Kaeo, Thailand, 28/8/2013 00:39

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Can't wait to see this!

- Egle , UK, United Kingdom, 27/8/2013 22:34

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I can't imagine her fending anyone off! Although a sex-crazy JGL sounds alright in my book!

- ukstern , Glasgow, United Kingdom, 27/8/2013 18:37

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Just have to say.... JGL is delicious! ;0)

- Sharyn1980 , South, U.S, 27/8/2013 18:00

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The film opens on NOVEMBER 15 in the UK,, September 27 is the US release date. and I'm Deffo seeing this as I'm a massive JGL fan ;)

- blaaah , London, UK, 27/8/2013 16:34

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I'd do both of them tbh

- blaaah , London, UK, 27/8/2013 16:27

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Big fan. Very talented actor. If you haven't seen him in 50/50 I suggest watching it ASAP! - xfeelingthis, Scotland, 27/8/2013 5:39 Funnily enough, it was on TV here a couple of nights ago. It was a great film, and JGL was really good in it. Reminded me of Heath Ledger in the sensitivity of his performance, and also looked a lot like him too (when he had the beany on while he was having chemo). I also thought he was great in 50 Days of Summer. A chick-flick for guys. Not sure what you'd call that genre. And of course, he was very funny in 3rd Rock all those years ago.

- Me , Down Under, Australia, 27/8/2013 15:13

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Just another dumb ass movie folks...for all you dumb asses out there. Yawn!

- briton , Dartmouth, United States, 27/8/2013 14:48

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i wouldnt be closing the door on him

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I have decried the glitziness of Kors apparel, but now it all makes sense...even the most myopic can recognize a Kors purse from a distance. At least women can, which makes its apparel, jewelry, watches, and accessories all the more attractive as a signaling device. To mangle a Mark Twain quote, it's like the difference between lightning and lightning bug.

Last year, Michael Kors was the name getting all of the Street's love as the best performing IPO of 2011-12. The stock has performed well, up 56.49% over the last year. Its trailing P/E is twice that of Coach at 32.91 and its EV/EBITDA is 17.52, but the return on equity is a stunning 52.89%. The PEG of  Michael Kors is 0.87, signaling it may be slightly undervalued with its higher growth profile.

Coach has a better gross margin of 74.12% to Michael Kors' 60.22%, but Coach's North American sales are going to Kors as The Wall Street Journal noted earlier this month. With no debt weighing it down, Kors continues its torrid pace of expansion as the company opened another 66 stores at the end of 2012 for a total of 237 retail stores.

Part of the problem with Coach may be all its outlet stores have actually made it a mass-market name as New York Magazine has charged and Cowan & Co analyst Faye Landes agrees . At the outlets, Coach accessories can run half what they cost retail. The company has 354 full-price stores to 169 outlet stores. While Michael Kors has a tier-two line that's more affordable, called MICHAEL, it doesn't affect its high end image since the company doesn't have outlet stores. It's not just that an item has to look expensive, it has to be expensive.

Coach does have a strong Asian presence with 300 retail venues in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, and China, with much of the success of the stock predicated on strong Asian sales. Its mens accessories also tend to perform better as economic status is not flaunted by cars or big houses. Also, with a business culture that runs on gifting but governments that frown on too conspicuous a display, Coach items are the perfect compromise.

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While women don't typically buy themselves rings, the conclusion still applies for watches and other forms of jewelry. Rivals assume that the woman's partner bought it for her.

Tiffany, the famed jeweler, has an unparalleled reputation worldwide. It's been rumored to be a buyout target for years with several suitors bandied about such as  French luxury company LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey). LVMH also owns a 17% stake in Hermes, maker of the Birkin bag, one of the most coveted purses around and costing thousands of dollars. Tiffany would certainly be a jewel in the crown for them.

But, Tiffany has been doing just fine, thank you very much. The company is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year with special promotions and also a Great Gatsby movie tie-in. Stifel upgraded it to a buy on July 15 with a $92 price target based on predicted success of the new Tiffany Sparklers line (the sparklier the better as a signal to romantic rivals!), and better domestic sales due to a bull market wealth effect.

I think that $92 may be optimistic as the median price target is $83.50, and revenue and EPS look to slightly surpass last year's revenue of $3.75 billion and $3.27, respectively, with $2.13 billion in revenue and $2.07 EPS year to date. The company maintained its guidance for $3.53 diluted EPS, too.

Tiffany's gross margin of 56.2% should begin to benefit from lower gold and silver prices, producing the majority of its pieces in-house. The company's international sales have been strong this year, just reporting a Q1 increase of 9% for net sales globally and it's looking to keep that going, opening 16 stores in the next year, of which only three will be in the U.S., adding to its total of 275 stores.

The stock is trading at a 24.35 trailing P/E with a 1.70% yield. However, its PEG at 1.82 is higher than both Michael Kors and Coach at 1.36.

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Coach has overdone making the aspirational affordable. Sales in Asia will likely remain strong, but North American sales aren't saying buy me. Michael Kors is still looking fierce by keeping it pricey and is undervalued relative to its growth. Tiffany is the most overvalued to growth, but the storied brand would probably not lose its luster.

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Anita Taub, New York City, was showing an unusual small bracelet from the 1930s. Usually such pieces are silver with a gold wash, she explained, but here the bracelet was made of 14K gold and inset with five lozenges of oval-carved jade. It was probably Chinese, she said. Also available was a pair of Georg Jensen simple clip-on earrings with a Modernist design and exquisite diamonds, probably from the 1950s.

Nearby, Anita and Al De Old of Verona, N.J., had a diverse offering of antique and vintage jewelry gathered over 34 years of collecting, including a veritable forest of glittering hatpins dating from the 1860s to mid-1920s. For their business, A Touch of Glass, the Birchwood Manor show was — before the recession — their best show for some 25 years, they reported.

First-time exhibitor Frank’s Specialties featured among a booth full of Twentieth Century material the Bee Girl, a figure of composite material whose statuesque form proffered a tray that held several small bottles of perfume. The dealer said the piece was most likely made circa 1960s–70s as a store display for Frederick’s of San Francisco, and is the only one he has ever seen, so it may have been a bespoke commission.

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Gail Grassano of Montville, N.J., showcased her talent for pairing vintage clothing and accessories with estate and costume jewelry by creating a fetching booth magnet manikin. A Victorian top, beaded underpinning, pieces of jewelry, such as brooches and mourning pins, a lorgnette and other items made for an antique fashion statement. She also had brought new life to a unique French curved glass display case that fit perfectly into her corner space.

A small selection of antiquarian books collected by lifelong anglophile Marshall Hunt of West Orange, N.J., was on view in the booth of John Tyler’s Colophon Books, Layton, N.J.. Hunt had spent a lifetime collecting British antiquarian books, many of them small bibles, and royal coronation memorabilia. Tyler said that half of Hunt’s huge collection is going to the Newark School of Theology.

Gardner Burke, Washington, D.C., specializes in French, European and American porcelain from the late Nineteenth–early Twentieth Centuries. Showing primarily hand painted porcelains, a standout here among the Limoges, Belleek and Picard was a Limoges grape motif punch bowl and eight cups, circa 1890.

Any Manhattan enthusiast would enjoy an interesting item shown by Al Conti, co-owner of Vintage Matters, Mount Bethel. Penn. On offer was a historical cookie tin from the late 1930s, the top featuring an “aeroplane” view of Manhattan Island and the four sides depicting streetscapes of notable landmarks and buildings.

Philip Chasen of Oyster Bay, N.Y., brought American and French Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass and lamps, including works by Daum Nancy, Galle and Tiffany Studios. Two Tiffany Lily lamps, a linenfold example and a rare Nautilus shell table lamp with base designed by Louis A. Gudebrod were highlights.

Marvin Baer, and his son Matthew, the Ivory Tower, specialists in Oriental antiques, brought a good representation of Satsuma, Imari, other Japanese exports and Asian antiques. In business for 35 years, Marvin has exhibited at Birchwood since its inception.

Today, Birchwood Manor is not known as a show featuring much furniture, although in years past additional ballrooms were chockfull of such displays. White Orchid Antiques, Media, Penn., did not disappoint brown wood enthusiasts, and Flo ‘N’ Time Antiques, Virginia Beach, Va., showcased several choice pieces. including a Chinese carved camphor wood bride’s chest, circa 1890, a nice French sofa, some Adams chairs with mother of pearl inlay decoration, a ladies worktable, circa 1880, and a wonderful pair of lingerie chests, circa 1935-40, all original with bronze ormolu and marble tops.

Next up for JMK Shows is the Morristown Armory show set for October 26–27. For information, 973-927-2794 or www.jmkshows.com .

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Personal assistant, Rachel, and builder, Paul, were the couple whose engagement seemed forever imminent, but never quite happened. Paul finally rectified that with a romantic dinnertime proposal in Waiheke.

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How did you meet? Paul and I met through mutual friends and had known each other a while.  Then one night, after we had known each other for a while, everything fell into place. After 6 months travelling between my place in Auckland and his in Palmerston North, Paul moved in with me in Auckland. Unfortunately, his father was diagnosed with a terminal illness shortly after, so we made the decision to move to Palmy to spend as much time as we could with him.

Tell us about the proposal: Paul and I were one of those couples who everyone was waiting to get engaged. Together for six years, our friends were all married and having kids and there seemed to be numerous perfect opportunities: an overseas trip to Europe, a holiday to Fiji, but still... nothing! Then one weekend we went to Delamore Lodge on Waiheke (the location of our first holiday together) and had dinner in their restaurant. The other guests had gone out so we had the room to ourselves. Nothing was out of the ordinary, but then hidden on my dessert plate, was a Wilshi ring. I looked at Paul, and he smiled, and asked me "Will you marry me?" I burst into tears, leapt into his arms and said YES!

Location of the wedding: Our wedding ceremony was held at the beautiful All Saints Church in Palmerston North. We had the honour of being the last wedding held there before the church was closed due to its earthquake rating. Our reception was in a marquee at our home - an old homestead that Paul and I are renovating. All our friends and family pulled together and did everything they could to help us get it ready for the wedding day. It meant the world to us to have the wedding at our home - it made the day even more personal, we could do anything we wanted and at the end of the night, once all the guests had gone, Paul and I sat on the steps together, taking it all in and reflecting on our perfect day.

Describe your wedding day: We had the perfect day. Everything ran smoothly and to schedule, the weather was perfect, but more importantly, everyone we love was there.  All of our friends and family travelled from so far away to join us - America, Scotland, England, China and all across New Zealand. Having them all there celebrating with us made our day complete.

Leading up to the day, I was so worried that I was going to cry (I'm a crier) however, I smiled the whole way through the ceremony, and only cried during the speeches, when Paul spoke of his late father and how we wished he could have been there.  It was such a beautiful and special moment - I wasn't the only one crying, he had everyone in tears.

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The dress: I always knew I was going to have the big "poofy" princess dress - just like in fairy tales. I found my dress online and knew it was the one. I flew up to Auckland to try it on with my mum, and when I put it on, it seemed perfect. While we were there mum found another dress that she wanted me to try, it was fitted to the knee but I put it on, just for fun.  When I walked out of the fitting room, mum's face lit up - it was stunning! So my dilemma, how to pick? I just couldn't, so ended up getting both. My gorgeous princess gown for the ceremony and my sexy reception dress.

The flowers: I love roses and wanted the venue to be over-flowing, but was really worried about the cost. Then I found I could purchase bulk roses from DIY Wedding Flowers and was over the moon! We got them delivered a couple of days before the wedding and they were amazing. My gorgeous sister in law and bridesmaid, Clare, made our bouquets and they looked stunning!

Highlight of the wedding: There were two very special highlights on our day. There were concerns that my Grandma was not well enough to attend, at 97 years old I knew it was a huge ask, however she made it and had a ball. She has told me since it was one of the happiest days of her life. I was also very lucky to have my little dog Eva as one of my bridesmaids. When our amazing Reverend Barbara Coles said of course she could walk down the aisle with me, I burst into tears of joy and knew this was going to be our perfect day.

Was there any drama? Fortunately we didn't have any drama, though I was worried about the fireworks and the noise level for our neighbours. A couple of weeks before the wedding we wrote a letter to all our neighbours in the area, letting them know that we would be having our wedding reception, including fireworks, at home in case they wanted to move any stock or keep pets inside. We had great feedback from the neighbours for letting them know, and no noise complaints even though the party lasted until 4am.

The honeymoon: We still have our honeymoon to look forward to. We are leaving in September for a 6 week whirlwind round the world trip to visit everyone who travelled to our wedding. It's going to be amazing adventure and we are so excited! I've already planned our second wedding in Vegas!

Your photographer and favourite photo: Our photographers were Adrian and his team from Adrian De La Fuente Wedding Photojournalism. On the day, they took in excess of 5000 photos so choosing our favourite is difficult. My favourite is one of Paul and I after our first look, it just shows how truly happy and in love we are.  Paul's favourite is one taken just after he pulled out the hand saw to cut the cake. It was a complete surprise to me and one of the funniest moments of the day.

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Tamburi said the decision to invest in Ruffini was taken regardless of whether Moncler would list or not.

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Shares of Tiffany rose 0.1 percent to $81.75 in morning trading.

An Ipsos poll conducted for Reuters earlier this month found 35 percent of Americans planned to spend less on jewelry in the 2013 holiday season, while only 5 percent expected to spend more.

Tiffany said it still expected net sales worldwide to increase by a mid-single-digit percentage rate for the year, including the effect of the strong dollar.

The company has struggled to find the right mix of the expensive jewelry for which it is known and the more-affordable silver items, typically less than $500, that generate 25 percent of sales and comprise its most profitable category.

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Despite strong demand for high-end jewelry in Japan, overall sales there fell 14 percent because of the weak yen.

Second-quarter net income rose to $106.8 million, or 83 cents per share, from $91.8 million, or 72 cents per share, a year earlier.

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Tiffany said price increases in some categories had not deterred shoppers.

The company now expects a profit of $3.50 to $3.60 per share for the full fiscal year, up 7 cents from its previous forecast range.

Last year, Tiffany's shares came under attack after it repeatedly lowered its forecasts.

(Reporting by Phil Wahba in New York; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn and John Wallace)

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