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Nov. 14 and 17 At Bloomingdale's Roosevelt Field, Hermes scent expert Robert Meyer helps you pick a perfect fragrance from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 14; get a free cosmetics bag when you book an appointment (one per customer, while supplies last); 516-873-2700. Then on Nov. 17, have a mini-makeover by Lancome's makeup team, noon-4 p.m.; reservation suggested; 516-873-2800...Read more »
Nov. 8 Ladies Night Out. Enjoy a fashion show, sip cocktails, have a makeover, shop for jewelry and pocketbooks, and more, 6-10 p.m., at Islandia Marriott, 3635 Express Dr. North; 631-666-3976; tradeshowproductionsusa.com. Admission is free with a suggested donation at door to West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition. Nov. 8-10 Helen Morley eveningwear trunk show,...Read more »
Just like her husband, Michelle Obama got a second term early Wednesday morning: First lady of fashion.
Obama stepped onto the stage, wearing a magenta silk chine pin-tucked dress by Michael Kors that was nipped at the waist with a slightly flared skirt topped by a black shrug and accessorized with a vintage pink brooch from House of Lavande.
In a statement to the Associated Press, Kors...Read more »
Sears reopened three Long Island stores Thursday, in Hicksville, Lake Grove and East Northport.
Products available vary by store, but post-Hurricane necessities like flashlights, batteries, chain saws, blowers, wet/dry vacs and pumps have been ordered and generators are going fast.
To check specific shipments to the store nearest you, visit shopyourway.com. ...Read more »
Shop Smart Do Good, a fundraising event for local charities at Lord & Taylor in Garden City, was rescheduled due to superstorm Sandy.
The event will now take place Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2 and 3.
There will be a balloon artist in store from 1 to 6 p.m., and ornament painting and cashmere monogramming 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Former New York Knicks shooting guard...Read more »
Many Long Islanders are on their third day without power due to Hurricane Sandy's wrath, and shopping malls are the perfect place to find light, power outlets, food, entertainment, warm clothes and sometimes WiFi.
Here's the rundown on which Long Island malls are open for business Thursday, and which are still closed and working on recovering power.
Broadway Mall, Hicksville:...Read more »