The Madison Avenue Collection
"You move through life with ease, and sometimes people take your quick mind, sharp wit and wry sense of humor for granted. But those who know, know — you always give your best. Always. And our superfine worsteds are the ultimate for the man who demands perfection of his clothes and himself."
Red Hair Color Bath
"What's her secret? A little bit of color and a whole lot of talent. That's one heck of a combination that's hard to beat."
Frames by Emmy
"A knight in shining armor. An elusive and mysterious lover. A shrewd, talented businessman. A caring father. A frightened and isolated man. He's a complex and unpredictable man, and he's got the look and frames that demand attention."
"You can see the difference. It's the way you move. A subtle gesture. A coy smile. All eyes are on you, and it's easy to tell why. You're a natural. Like our silk-pressed powder. Not too heavy. Not too light. It always performs perfectly. And so do you."
"She's not 'daddy's little girl' anymore. She's a young lady with grown-up ideas and grown-up talent. Maybe it's time to treat her like ... a grown-up, with something special from Statuette's Clothiers."
"No matter what life throws at him, he seems to always come out a winner. Is it his relentless drive to succeed? His connections to the top brass? Or is it his hair? Executive Pomade gives you the smart look that goes along with success. Plus, it's invisible, so the only thing they'll see is how good you really are."
Precious Metals by Emmy
"She loves pearls but prefers gold."
Shoes by Emmy
"You're outstanding, and now is your time to shine. So when you take that first brave step into the new world, make sure you're wearing the right shoes."
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