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Super Contributor
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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

Sue Clifton from Dooney &  Bourke.

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Registered: ‎11-28-2010

Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

She's back.   Her husband has died but I saw her the other day 

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

Joan Rivers and Kenneth J. Lane.  Someone once asked who you would like to be stranded on an island with and I said these two!  You might have died laughing but what stories I would have loved to hear! 

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Registered: ‎04-09-2010

Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

Louis Del O'lio and George Simonton. 

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Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

Chaz Dean!

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Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?


@mariadomenica wrote:

SAd she passed...shocking really !


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Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

I miss Yim Tom and the beautiful Chinese Jade pieces.  

But I am sure I would no longer be buying as the prices would be so high.😩

“People do, I don’t.”
Cosmo Kramer
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Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

It is rare that I relate to the vendor,....but I do miss the camaraderie that developed around two exceptional designers who were talented and involved in their creations.  

 

Judith Ripka - I'm only referring to her original shows where she presented her own work.  Many of us would look forward to the new designs and discuss them online. Judith Ripka even met with her online customers. Those days are long gone.

 

Louis Dell'Olio - Stands out in the history of QVC as a gifted designer who was passionate about design and producing quality clothing. He came to QVC as an established designer with a track record of notable success in the industry. His demeanor was professional  and compassionate about his designs.  Classic and always appropriate, I feel well dressed in his clothing.  Again, this talented designer attracted a following that created community.  Mr. Dell'Olio interacted with his community. He is truly missed as a talented designer as well as someone who really cared about his clients.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?


@phoenixbrd wrote:

It is rare that I relate to the vendor,....but I do miss the camaraderie that developed around two exceptional designers who were talented and involved in their creations.  

 

Judith Ripka - I'm only referring to her original shows where she presented her own work.  Many of us would look forward to the new designs and discuss them online. Judith Ripka even met with her online customers. Those days are long gone.

 

Louis Dell'Olio - Stands out in the history of QVC as a gifted designer who was passionate about design and producing quality clothing. He came to QVC as an established designer with a track record of notable success in the industry. His demeanor was professional  and compassionate about his designs.  Classic and always appropriate, I feel well dressed in his clothing.  Again, this talented designer attracted a following that created community.  Mr. Dell'Olio interacted with his community. He is truly missed as a talented designer as well as someone who really cared about his clients.  

 

You said it all about Louis.  Truly missed.

 

 

 


 

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Posts: 26
Registered: ‎09-22-2010

Re: What vendor or guest do you miss?

Linda Dano. Loved her home decor items and she was fun to listen to.