CONTEMPORARY CLASSICS: "We have classic clothes
for contemporary women," says Phyllis Davison. "Classic with style
and flair!" Owner of The Dandeline Shop, Ms. Davison is shown
with one of the very popular "Ruffled" bags. In all colors, they
are faux leather with contrasting lining. Leather and suede combinations
will be available in the fall.
It could be the "little
shop around the corner." It has all the charm, originality,
and ambiance of a small independent establishment. In this case,
however, The Dandeline Shop is located right on Nassau Street
Number 195 having moved to its new home last November
after 13 years in Cranbury.
PASSIONATE LEARNER: "Early on, I had a real
sense of a calling toward a service profession. I was looking
for a way to express what I had learned in my short life about
life and the world. Teaching is a way to do that and also to learn
from those I taught. Teaching is really 'upside down' learning.
You indeed learn from those you teach." Juliana McIntyre, headmistress
of Princeton Junior School, has been a "passionate learner" as
well as teacher.
I always said that one day I'd like to open a little antique shop
and have special one-of-a-kind pieces."
dream came true last August, when she and her mother Joyce Lini
opened Vessel 27 at 4587 Route 27 (46 Main Street) in Kingston.