Fashion & Finance Friday!

After a RIDICULOUSLY fantastic 4th, it’s almost wrong for it to be Friday!!!!  🙂

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Tsk Tsk Ingrid.  Former Tiffany’s VP of Product Development, Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun  has allegedly stolen 1.3 MILLION worth of jewelry.  Part of her job was to sign out pieces of jewelry to present to potential manufacturers to get pricing on the job.  Apparently after Ingrid left her job in February, Tiff’s discovered 164 pieces that had been borrowed and never returned.  It has since been proven that Ingrid sold the pieces to an international dealer.  Ingrid is facing up to 20 years in prison, where the inmates do not get to wear pretty shiny baubles…

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Aurevoir le nez du Chanel…Bonjour le nez junior!

Jacques Polge has been the Creator of Chanel Fragrances since 1978, and has just recently announced his retirement.  Jacques is responsible for the creation of Chanel No.5, Coco, Allure, Bleu, and Coco Mademoiselle.  Quite the incredible line-up of creations in one career.  Big BIG shoes to fill.  Luckily the ideal replacement has been found – his son,  Olivier, who has been working with his father since 1998.  Thank heavens all lovely smelly ChaCha creations will continue to be in legendary hands!  (click the blue for the explanation on ChaCha)

Squirt on your fave ChaCha fragrance, slip on a cool summer outfit and grab a glass of champs on a patio…at least once this weekend!

xo reversecommuter

4 thoughts on “Fashion & Finance Friday!

  1. What was she thinking? Was it really worth it? I mean, a VP at Tiffany’s probably have a decent salary even without the “extras” from selling stolen goods…

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