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Since I'd worked in the fashion industry since my teen years - modeling for Bonwits and other local boutiques - I followed [Farrah Fawcett]'s appearances on "Charlie's Angels" with visits to Loehmann's to find that special jumpsuit, that three-piece pant suit or the slinky dress she'd worn so well on TV. Now, more than 30 years later and 30 pounds heavier, I still have a few wardrobe remnants that I've enjoyed passing on to my daughter.I've always loved the Clairol slogan, "You're not getting older, you're getting better!" If only it were true. I want to believe that 60 is the new 40; and, of course, plastic surgeons and dermatologists long to sell us this idea.I have struggled ever since to find a healthy balance. I go to body workers, energy healers and hypnotherapists, searching to regain that state of wellness I so desire. I want that healthy "Farrah glow" I once had, and the ability to stretch beyond conventional limits - to do it all. For me, Farrah epitomized the healthy American female.
Channeling Her 'Inner Farrah' Over the Years Meryl Harrison Joblin Jewish Exponent; Jul 2, 2009; 226, 15; Docstoc pg. 5 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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