Denim & Co Fashion TSV 11/09/17 - Page 3




Former QVC executive gets 2 years in prison for embezzlement, fraud scheme


A former QVC executive was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in federal prison for perpetuating a $1 million fraud scheme that enabled him to live a luxury lifestyle.

James D. Falkowski, 42, of Buffalo, N.Y., worked as a director for QVC, where he was tasked with enhancing the West Chester, Pa.-based television shopping networks brand and reputation in the entertainment and fashion industries.

But federal prosecutors said that without QVCs knowledge or approval, he instead used his role to embezzle and fraudulently obtain from the company over $1 million worth of money, goods and services, such as hundreds of thousands of dollars of first-class travel, hotel and resort stays, spa treatments.....Read More

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legzakimbo View Post
    Oh of course! My mistake. By the way I am currently dressing up or down a tweed jacket with a sporty casual vibe coming through with leggings and a neat pair of heeled boots for that coffee with the girls. See, I'm learning! Glen: we are not worthy!
    Ahem, pardon me, but I think you mean 'a legging, and a little heeled boot'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legzakimbo View Post
    Hello, I'm new to the forum but I've lurked for a while. I think the Denim & Co range is ok but some of the "pieces" (why does Glen Campbell say that instead of garment) are a bit frumpy. My mum and I were watching at 3pm and played fashion cliche bingo. By the time it got to 3.45pm we were in stitches over the number of "coming through"s we had spotted. Silly man! Having said that he looked fairly smartly dressed for a change!!
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    Did we get any table top dressing?
    Dress it up, dress it down?
    Day into evening?
    Is there a pop of colour?
    Are we teaming anything (and everything) with a crisp white shirt?
    Are all plural items referred to in the singular?

    He doesn't, unusually, go much for things being "bang on trend", though I'm sure he could be persuaded.

    Glen is pretty harmless as fashion brand ambassadors go... but really needs to accessorise his vocabulary!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maymorganlondon View Post
    Did we get any table top dressing?
    Dress it up, dress it down?
    Day into evening?
    Is there a pop of colour?
    Are we teaming anything (and everything) with a crisp white shirt?
    Are all plural items referred to in the singular?

    He doesn't, unusually, go much for things being "bang on trend", though I'm sure he could be persuaded.

    Glen is pretty harmless as fashion brand ambassadors go... but really needs to accessorise his vocabulary!
    Every item was 'easy' with something 'coming through', and could be dressed up or down for drinks with the girls or the school run. The TSV was apparently 'teamed with a nice easy piece' at one point. Begs the question, what would constitute a 'horrible difficult piece'!?

    What would Glen accessorise his vocabulary with, do you think? A little pump, perhaps?
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    Oh yes, he's a very big fan of the diminutive and singular pump, as I'm sure you are aware.
    (Where I come from, pumps are what you wear for doing PE, so the idea of the word being used in any fashion related sense is somewhat baffling).
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    repeat tsv for 03/07/18

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    Get your jeans at Asda. Really good fit, good quality, last for ages and cost around 10-15. No quibble refunds if you don't try on then they don't fit. Loads of different styles and colours and 3 leg lengths. What else do you need? I never buy trousers/jeans from QVC as any I have bought have been massive sizing and had to be returned at my own cost.

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