Thursday, March 14, 2013
The Festival at Woodholme Shopping Center is home to Prime Showroom that sells high-end shoes, handbags and clothing.
Glimmering handbags, platform stilletos in fashionable colors, leather jackets and designer gowns grace the displays at Prime Showroom in Pikesville. They're all produced by high-end designers and are offered at 60-80 percent off retail prices. Visit the store from Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fridays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday noon to 6 p.m. It's located at 1809 Reisterstown Road, in the Festival at Woodholme Shopping Center.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Prime Showroom is located in Suite 150, at 1809 Reisterstown Road
A shoe store has opened at the former site of Couture Moda, in the Festival at Woodholme Shopping Center. A temporary banner for Prime Showroom is hung over the entrance to 1809 Reisterstown Rd., Suite 150, and the store is open for business. Stay with Patch for updates about this store and its products and hours. Have you visited this new store yet? Tell us about it in the comments.
Monday, July 16, 2012
Boutique owner Matty Vazgeil chose designer clothing with extras including asymmetrical finishes and crystal embellishments this season.
Fashions are more loose this season—continuing the trend of bright colors, according to Matty Vazgiel, owner of Couture Moda in Pikesville. At his boutique for women in their 20s and up, he brings his fashion sense to Pikesville through garments, shoes, dresses and blouses. As per the latest styles, he's carrying designer fashions that are less form-fitting and more flowing this season. They also feature asymmetrical finishes with bold colors, he said. Vazgiel is a photographer who won't permit his own photo to be taken. But that might be the extent of his shyness. I've watched him in action, and he's confident and encouraging with each of his customers. He says his goal is to dress them in fashion that's suitable—and sexy. "Through what …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Joe Langley, a retired transportation engineer, has plenty to think about: Such as whether his tree's limbs are arms or legs. He chose legs.
If a tree had arms or legs, what would its limbs be? At the corner of Upland and Clivden in Sudbrook Park, one dead, red maple in Joe Langley's yard has legs and stockings. Oh—and shoes. "It was dead, so I started taking the branches off," said Langley. "And then as I worked my way down, they are limbs, right? And they are naked. I thought the tree might be embarrassed." That's when he decided that adding his dancer friend's tights to his dead tree would clothe it, and add some color. "But then it needed shoes," he said. "It is quirky." Quirky is right. One section has three legs, with three matching New Balance running shoes. Of course, that includes two left feet. Sign up for Pikesville Patch's newsletter that's delivered to your e-mail …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Donate your old shoes to Fleet Feet Sports through Thursday morning, and help the kids in the Baltimore County Police Explorers pay for their summer trip to a conference in Colorado.
Think about this: Do you have old shoes that you really should get rid of? Believe it or not, there's someone who wants them, so you should help your old shoes cut a new path in life—either for a needy person, or as fertilizer. Pick through your closets tonight, and bag up the shoes that are old, out-of-style, worn out, too small, or missing their mates and take them to either Fleet Feet Sports or the Baltimore County Police Department's Pikesville precinct. Get them there by Thursday, and the young people who are members of the police Explorers group will get some money to put toward their upcoming trip to Colorado, said Officer Keith Ketterman, leader of the Pikesville group. Some of the donated pairs will be fixed up and given to the …
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Lochearn Sunmar Court. 100 block. Between 3:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Dec. 2. An XBox 360, several pairs of shoes, a laptop computer and an iPod were taken from an apartment. Pikesville Mollye Road. 8000 block. Between 9:50 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Dec. 3. A 37-inch TV, a digital converter box, an ATM card and $400 were stolen from an apartment. Shelburne Road. 3100 block. Between 10:30 p.m. Dec. 2 and 7:30 a.m. Dec. 3. A handbag was stolen from a home. Someone could have come in through the rear, sliding-glass door. Brattle Road. 8200 block. Between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Dec. 2. Three pairs of shoes were stolen and a window was shattered. The burglar may have used yard furniture to reach the window and climb in. Rockridge Road. 7400 block. Between …
Saturday, September 24, 2011
The name, to me, is unforgettable, and is a red flag that advertising—and our tolerance—is certainly changing.
There’s a new pair of basketball shoes, boys and girls. And they’re different in so many ways, starting with the name: “Grown Ass Man.” Reebok came up with shoes to honor Washington Wizards guard John Wall and his 21st birthday. There’s a very limited amount of these shoes with this wonderful label. That will spark conversation here and there, won’t it? Can’t you imagine your kid coming into the house and insisting on getting these shoes, and asking for them by name? What would your answer be? I’m not sure what I’d say. My son and daughter keep saying they’re going to bring me into the 21st Century. I’m not sure if I want to come in any more. First of all, I wasn’t sure what Grown Ass Man meant, although it wasn’t that hard to figure out. …