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by Jennifer Lanter

TAKE IT EASY

Whether your summer days take you on the town or on the beach, less can often be more when it comes to looking your best. Try an eye-arresting hat, chic shades, colorful clothes and minimal makeup for sizzling summer style.


Looking for instant poolside glamour? Pop on a hat by Eric Javits. It's the not-so-secret accessory featured on many a celebrity A-list. From Barbra Streisand to Oprah to Madeline Albright to Britney Spears, Eric Javits's packable, squish-able hats are a top choice for their famous tops. Shown: The Squishee(R) Visor and large Squishee (R) Tote.

It's a glamorous world when you look at it through Daniel Swarovski Crystal Eyewear. The Baguette Magique is an avant-garde model featuring crystal decorations and four layers of gold and palladium on the frame. Call 1-800-324-9161 or visit www.daniel-swarovski.com.

Fun in the sun does not involve beige! Colorful, well-matched pieces bring a little sunshine down to earth. Shown: Kenar's color faux snake skin tube top with citron leather slim pant.

Foundation? Forget it! Just a dab and smear of Lancôme's Photôgenic Skin-Illuminating Concealer are all you need to save face in the summer. Photôgenic's creamy, easy-blanding formula with SPF 15 optimizes the effects of light while hiding imperfections. It also works well with foundation, if you must.

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Glamour under the sun (from top): Eric Javits's signature Squishee® Visor and Tote; magical Baguette Magique shades from Daniel Swarovski Crystal Eyewear; Lancome's Photogenic Skin-Illuminating Concealer; and Kenar's colorful faux snake skin tube top and leather pant

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Campaign for Roundabout on The New 42nd Street

Participating in one of the most exciting urban revitalization projects of the century, Roundabout Theatre Company is celebrating its inaugural season in its new home on 42nd Street, the American Airlines Theatre. The move, a culmination of Roundabout's 35-year search for a permanent home, secures the Company's future and provides a physical facility that truly reflects its place among New York's leading cultural institutions. For information about naming opportunities or making a lead gift, please contact Julia C. Levy, Executive Director, External AFfairs, (212) 719-9393 or julia@roundabouttheatre.org.

Roundabout Theatre Company and its Board of Directors gratefully acknowledge the following public agencies for their extraordinary support of Roundabout on The New 42nd Street:

City of New York
Mayor Rudolph W. Giulani
Department of Cultural Affairs
New York City Council
Office of the President of the Borough of Manhattan
Manhattan Community Board 5
Economic Development Corporation
State of New York
Governor George E. Pataki
New York State Assembly
42nd Street Development Project, Inc., a subsidiary of Empire State Development Corporation

The Company also wishes to express its deepest gratitude to the following individuals, corporations, and foundations who have made lead gifts to the Campaign for Roundabout on The New 42nd Street.

$1,000,000+
American Airlines, Inc.
The Kresge Foundation
The New York Community Trust—LuEsther T. Mertz Advised Fund

$450,000+
The Florence Gould Foundation
Nabisco, Inc.

$250,000+
Booth Ferris Foundation
The Chase Manhattan Foundation
Mary Cirillo Goldberg and Jay Goldberg
Cory and Bob Donnalley
Leah and Ed Frankel Foundation
The Kaplen Foundation
F.M. Kirby Foundation
The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation
Barbara Schaps Thomas and David M. Thomas
Diane and Tom Tuft
Weiler-Arnow Families

$100,000+
Bank of America Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Chapin
Eleanor Naylor Dana Charitable Trust
The Durst Family
Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation
Norma Langworthy
The Lapin Foundation
David and Anita Massengill
Wendy and Jeff Maurer
Gilda and John McGarry
Carol and Bruce Mitchell
Murray and Belle Nathan
New York State Council on the Arts
Cathryn and Victor Palmieri
Steven and Lesley Sanders
Donna and Elliott K. Slade
The Starr Foundation
Jane and Tony Stepanski
Chris and Lonna Yegen

$50,000+
The Vincent Astor Foundation
Robin Brown and Chip Seelig
Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton
The Drapkin Family
Edward and Lori Forstein
Sally, Robert, and William Huxley
Richard I. Kandel
Eugene M. Lang Foundation
The New York Times Company Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. James F. O'Rorke Jr.
Barbara L. Rambo and Thomas A. Goossens
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
U.S. Trust
John and Denise Ward
Anonymous (1)

$25,000+
Harrison and Leslie Bains
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Cullman
Jo-Ann Ford and Robert S. Roath
Roy L. Furman
Barbara McIntyre Hack
Harry and Joy Henshel
John High
Renee and Edgar Jackson
Bruce Kovner
Joe Masteroff
Daryl and Steven Roth
Toby and Michael Rozen
Joseph B. Rubin
Rabbi Barton and Jane Shallat
James L. Simon
Vincent M. Smith and Alice Silkworth
Lavinia and Brian Snyder
The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation
Bob and Rosie Stubbs
Judith M. Vale
Anita Waxman
Toby and Stacie Webb
Patricia Shacklette Wolpert
Donald and Barbara Zucker

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY




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