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The chicer side of tarpaulin revealed itself in 2010 in Freitag's seasonal REFERENCE collection: it is like the porcelain 'girl next door' beside the acne-ridden teenager.
Lead by Andrew Redmond, senior head chef at the ICC in Birmingham, and his trusty colleague, head pastry chef Matt Eades, the intense day-long course arms participants with the techniques required to impress pals with canaps chicer than a Jimmy Choo slipper.
But antiques expert Mark Hill and interior designer Kathryn Rayward are on a mission to prove it's chicer and cheaper to furnish a room from antique fairs, stalls and reclamation yards.
Unbranded tap water has suddenly become far chicer and cheaper than bottled water.
Helem (Arabic for dream) demonstrated openly during the massive rallies last year following the assassination of former prime minister Rafik Hariri, and in May it commemorated the international day against homophobia with a conference at one of the city's chicer hotels.
The collection will be backstamped Kenneth Cole Reaction For the Home, and some of the patterns will be packaged in less traditional configurations, such as sets of six for the dinnerware and glassware in Chicer By The Dozen, and flatware patterns sold in a six-piece place setting, with a dessert fork accounting for the added digit.
A beloved member of the Monthly family is a victim of Parkinson's, so we understand how friends and relatives of people devastated by one disease resent money devoted to chicer ailments and how this begets a ghoulish competition to see whose loved ones are going to be saved and whose will be allowed to die.