Monday, October 31, 2016

Patrizia Luca opens at Westfield Montgomery Mall (Photos)

What is that small space next to the Apple Store at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda going to be? Now we know. Italian women's apparel label Patrizia Luca has opened a store there. Patrizia Luca of Milan specializes in outfits that can be worn to the office, but also work for a night on the town by adding an accessory or two. At the same time, their lines are designed to be affordable.


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, Smashburger is just six weeks away from their third birthday.

Robert Dyer said...

5:34: And Montgomery County is 8 days away from passing term limits. #ThrowTheBumsOut

Anonymous said...

Have there actually been any polls conducted on Question B? I'm just wondering on what your extreme optimism is based, given that similar ballot initiatives have failed repeatedly in Montgomery County.

And what does Question B have to do with your humiliation regarding Smashburger?

Anonymous said...

Great, another Poppy joint.

Bethesda Dan said...

Do they have a newsletter? How can I get more information?

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Anonymous said...

Dyer why aren't there comments on the article about the missing boy? Not that I do, but what if I had critical information to share but didn't want to kill brain cells reading through the rest of your shit articles. Get a grip man, c'mon.

Anonymous said...

Bethesda man was found unharmed, per MCPD.

Anonymous said...

Dyer has email & is engaged on social platforms. Why not just reach out to Dyer directly if you have urgent info?

Anonymous said...

Dyer will never be engaged, LOL

Anonymous said...

Happy Halloween, Dyer! Enjoy wearing your trench coat today without looking like a fool

Robert Dyer said...

9:00: Says the guy who sometimes poses as a woman when posting nasty troll comments.

Robert Dyer said...

7:02: Get ready to get a real job when the councilmembers who pay you to troll here are run out of town on a rail November 8 with term limits.

Smashburger is for lease. Facts. Now your true humiliation - your deranged false reports about Pizza Pass and Barbeque Company/Deli - yeah, those were pretty humiliating for you, I agree.

Robert Dyer said...

9:05: You mean the **** articles that everyone else is plagiarizing, that have set the new debate about the County's direction, and that have literally transformed the media landscape in Bethesda and Montgomery County? You're the only one complaining besides the MoCo political cartel. Stifle yourself, idiot.

Anonymous said...

Term limits lost in the past by a narrow margin like just 2-3 percentage points. This time around, there's a large effort to get the word out -- I've seen plenty of "Yes on B" lawn signs out there for example. The general political climate right now is favorable for B to win. I hope it does.