- Hello Gina,
Just a quick note.
I found your site while looking around the net one night. I am really not a 'fashion' type
person, but I do run a website featuring big&tall mens clothing at www.BIGshirtsONLINE.com. At first I thought of
unsubscribing to your list because it is really not something I am that interested
in BUT you are an excellent writer and I have started looking forward to your dispatches.
So I thought I would tell you to keep up the good work. You have me reading about things I
would have never read before (I am a blue collar worker from Texas with a wife and two
I want to thank Steve for writing, and to
encourage all of you Fashion Finds readers to register
for our emails. --Gina
- Who's the hottie on the cover? He's very
summer-y! Glad to see a male cover-boy that's not necessarily a star or personality.
Imagine if Vogue would put a man on the cover that's not Will Smith or Tom Cruise.
I like it.
- Hi Gina!
Beefcake! Very bold of you. Very very lovely photograph, & even though very beefcake,
not exploitation-seeming (as in what women have to put up with).
- I love your site, especially the mall picks.
Copyright Warner Bros.
- Dear Gina,
Thanks so much for the great article on the making of The Thorn
Birds. I've always been a big fan of Richard Chamberlain -- I saw him in The
Sound of Music this summer with my three nieces. Now I want to go and rent the
T-Birds to see it again!
- Dear Ms. Cooper,
The Thorn Birds was one of my favorite miniseries. I read the book, saw the shows
many times, saw the sequel, everthing. I loved Rachel Ward and Richard Chamberlain
together, and being a bit older than probably most of
your readers :), I also enjoyed seeing old favorites like Barbara Stanwyck, Jean Simmons,
and Richard Kiley.
It was real nice to read what the makers of the show had to say about it. I remember
Travilla from the 1950's. He was a big Hollywood name and did a lot of movies I
really liked like The Rains of Ranchipur, and How to Marry a
I really liked the article on Lucie Idlout -- she's
hot! Thought her music was pretty cool, it was neat to hear it. I'm not a fan
of girl rock, but she rocks! I hope she gets a record contract.
- Dear Editor,
I just wanted to write and thank you for the great interview with a fellow Canadian --
Lucie Idlout. I really liked how open she was about her life and everything.
She's also really beautiful -- she's in great shape, and she has the most beautiful
hair. I want hair like that! :) I wish her
the best of luck in her pursuit of a successful music career.
- Thanks for the information about Aesop hair care and
body products. I got the Violet Leaf Balm and it was amazing on my hair during the
summer! I really like the Indulgences column.
- Dear Editor,
I want to congratulate you for including a poetry column in
your magazine. It is a great opportunity for young and yet to be published poets to
have a venue for their work. Thomas Crowther's poem, You Are My Bower
is a lovely
poem. Nice work. I keep repeating in my head a few lines: "And when time
springs the eternal promise, all shyness and birdsonged.... Equinox and solstice
twinned..." Wonderful phrasing.
Keep up the good work.
- I'm really interested in Jill Anderson's
fashions. She designs for real women, and we can feel good about how we look without
feeling frumpy. I liked every fashion you showed. The suits are great, and all
the clothes look really comfortable AND fashionable, that's the most important thing for
me. I also liked her whole life story, she's worked really hard and deserves a lot
of credit. Best of luck to her.
- WOW! Rebecca Rockefeller's jewelry is
beautiful. I'm totally obsessed with tiaras and crowns, and her's are gorgeous.
I love the combination of cool hippy mixed with total elegance and style. She's
obviously a very smart and
I'm saving up for one of her goodies!