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The Devil Wears Gucci?

To celebrate the latest issue of NewBeauty magazine -- a supersized guide to cosmetic enhancement, executives with Boca-Raton based Sandow Media Corp. booked Muvico Theater for a private, opening-day screening for employees this past weekend of The Devil Wears Prada. CEO Adam Sandow, 38, says there are some similarities between the fictionalized behind-the-scenes look at Runway magazine, and his own publishing house. The deadlines for the glossy publications are pressured. And yes, finding good help is always a challenge. But Sandow is no Miranda Priestly, the "boss-from-hell" editor played by Meryl Streep -- who takes her latte piping hot. He doesn't berate his assistant, and likes his green tea hot -- or cold. As for the Pradas? "Actually," Sandow said, "I wear gucci outlet."

Queenstown gucci outlet online to Open at Prime Outlets
Prime Retail, a Baltimore-based developer of outlet centers across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, announced today legendary designer Gucci will open its only outlet store in the greater Baltimore/Washington D.C. area at Prime Outlets - Queenstown, the upscale 298,000 square foot shopping center serving the Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington D.C. metro markets. The iconic label will celebrate the grand opening of its 6,000 square foot location, Saturday, July 4 

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"We offer shoppers a comprehensive collection of globally-recognized designer and leading brand-names at Prime Outlets - Queenstown and are thrilled Gucci has chosen Prime Outlets - Queenstown as the home for it newest outlet store," said Marketing Manager Jackie May. "gucci bangs outlet will certainly be a draw for our local shoppers along with those from nearby Baltimore and Washington, D.C., as well as tourists visiting our region." 

  • The Gucci Outlet store at Prime Outlets - Queenstown will offer shoppers 30 to 50 percent off merchandise including clothing, footwear, handbags and accessories. It joins a comprehensive collection of stellar designer and brand-names such as Coach, Michael Kors, St. John, BCBG MAXAZRIA, Juicy Couture, Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic and J.Crew at the regional shopping destination.
  • Founded in Florence in 1921, Cheap gucci bags is one of the world's leading luxury brands. Gucci designs, manufactures and distributes high-quality and highly desirable products such as leather goods (handbags, small leather goods, and luggage), shoes, ready-to-wear, silks, timepieces and fine jewelry. Eyewear and fragrances are manufactured and distributed under license by global industry leaders in these two sectors. Gucci's core values are uncompromised craftsmanship, outstanding quality and absolute made in Italy (with the only exception of watches, which are produced in Switzerland).
  • Gucci products are sold exclusively through a highly selected network of directly-operated stores (which totaled 227 at June 2007), which represents more than 70% of Gucci total revenues. Other significant channels are franchisees; duty-free boutiques and large and small specialty stores mainly in Europe and North America. Ecommerce is also a complementary valuable channel. The Gucci selling experience in all these channels is exclusive, luxurious and highly desirable. Gucci is part of Gucci Group N.V., owned by PPR, a global player in Retail and SetLuxury Goods. Shares in PPR are traded on the Euronext Paris (#121485, PRTP.PA, PPFP).
  • Prime Outlets-Queenstown is located 10 miles east of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge where Route 50 and Route 301 split in Queenstown, Maryland. The shopping destination offers up to 65 percent of regular retail prices and features a collection of more than 60 designer and brand name stores including cheap gucci bags, Michael Kors, St. John, Coach, Juicy Couture and BCBG MAXAZRIA, among many more. Shopping hours are 10a.m. to 9p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10a.m. to 8p.m. Sunday.
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