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Don't have any gift ideas for one of those most important women in your life? How about a gift that fits no matter what size your Mom is? It's one of the best ways to give the significant women in your life a present they'll really appreciate - just think charming bracelets! There are lots of ways to say "I love... Read More
It seems an unpopular position in college basketball is fashion forward. The neon-colored jerseys and camouflage-covered shorts debuted by six teams in their postseason conference championships ahead of the NCAA men's basketball tournaments weren't well received in the press or social media, with critics... Read More
You know the whole thing about a woman's prerogative to change her mind? Venus Williams can't do it — at least not when it comes to her tennis wardrobe. She already knows that come August at the U.S. Open, she'll be wearing a black floral tennis dress, and for tournaments earlier in the summer, it'll be pink... Read More
It’s a classic quandary among those unsure of whether they’re witnessing a hot trend or a train wreck: Did she mean to do that? When Anne Hathaway and Jennifer Lawrence wore their necklaces backwards at Sunday’s Oscars, some suggested that a trend had been born. Read More
Getting tired of sweating out the cold weather in all those stuffy boots? Then just take a look at the latest shoe trends that are popping up this spring. They're delicious eye candy for winter weary soles. Here's a sneak peek at what the well-heeled will be wearing in the warmer days ahead: Being transparent -... Read More
Most women agree that style is an important tool for succeeding at work, at home and in life. But for many women, getting dressed in the morning can prove a frustrating process. Even with the basics covered, it's often the final touches that can make or break an outfit. Sure, everyone could use a personal stylist... Read More
Tall, trim and wearing catwalk clothes: Pro basketball stars have stepped up their style to become influential tastemakers.
On the court, of course, they're in uniform, with a lot of red and black donned by the Miami Heat, and silver and black on the San Antonio Spurs, during the NBA Finals. But actual play time is only 48 minutes, leaving a whole lot of time for a statement wardrobe.
Vera Wang, arguably the queen of red-carpet dressing, didn't go into the fashion business with stars in her eyes. She knew about its unglamorous side, the hard work and, especially, the risks. And there were plenty of doubts along the way.
But every time one person — and, she says, it really just takes one — understands what she's trying to express with a certain drape of a fabric, a particular color or a new silhouette, she's reminded of the reason why she became involved in fashion, and why she's still in it: There's an indefinable payoff that comes when she's helped a woman look and feel her best.
"I didn't come into this like all these teenagers who don't know better.
Nude lips are a beautiful makeup look for summer — but nude doesn't mean naked. Read More
Members of the public in six European countries are being given a rare glimpse into the secret inner workings of the fashion industry, as part of luxury giant LVMH's two-day open-door event. Milliners, feather dressers, embroiderers, perfume bottlers and other artisans in 42 sites around France, Italy, Spain,... Read More
Models on the runway in Malawi sported dresses with bottle-tops and wearing hats made of chicken feathers, as the southern African country hosted its first-ever Fashion Week. More than a dozen designers took part in the event showcasing chic but affordable clothing in Malawi, a conservative country where women... Read More
The big winners at the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards on Monday night were Proenza Schouler for womenswear, Thom Browne for menswear and Phillip Lim for accessories, but the crowd seemed to have the most love for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Models on the runway in Malawi sported dresses with bottle-tops and wearing hats made of chicken feathers, as the southern African country hosted its first-ever Fashion Week.
More than a dozen designers took part in the event showcasing chic but affordable clothing in Malawi, a conservative country where women were banned from wearing pants and miniskirts until 1994.
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