Last week on a long airplane ride I was riveted to a Glamour article that exposed the results of a poll from more than 1,800 women revealing what they thought about women of various weights.
When the number forty appears in the Bible, the reader knows a change is about to take place. In Scripture, the number forty marks a moment of transition, transformation and transcendence.
As an advisory board member of Glamour Women of the Year, I have the privilege of nominating five inspiring women -- or groups of women -- who have made an impact in 2012. And I'd love to hear your suggestions.
As the euro zone crisis intensifies and global markets reflect investor concerns, we ask ourselves, is a Greek exit from the euro on its way? Preparations have already begun to protect shareholder interest.
I'm sick of the low blows, the kidney punches, and the shots after the bell and on the breaks. I'm sick of all the trash talking. From Vanity Fair, The Today Show and The View just to name a few.
The controversial memoirist Augusten Burroughs has returned with a new self-help book entitled This Is How. Here, VF Daily chats with the author about the recent breakup that inspired the book.
Together we are recognizing the negative impact that unrealistic beauty has on body image and self-esteem -- and together we are finally saying, "we have had enough."
The book is coming out in June and although it's about much more than Obama's early love life, "sexually warm" is what is going to heat up the sales. With the presidential election getting into full swing, Obama is in need of a little bit of makeover.
How much does physical appearance, specifically weight, influence women's first impressions of each other? A new survey released Thursday by Glamour magazine sought to answer that question.
We continue to believe that investors are underestimating the risks inherent to the bond market at this stage in the game. Bond investors are not being compensated for the risks they are assuming when they are not even able to earn the expected rate of inflation.
Glamour caters to a specific audience demographic: white, heterosexual middle and upper class women. However, I'm concerned with how "30 Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know by the Time She's 30" is marketed to speak for all women. Consider this my response.
Chelsea, you're a funny woman, a great big star on E!, a best-selling author and clearly a pal to Aniston. But Jennifer doesn't need your defense of her.
The Tory Burch flagship that I not-so-secretly wish were my private home recently partnered with Elizabeth Street for tea and a special reading of Kelly Florio Kasouf's first book The Super Adventures of Sophie and the City: All in a Day's Work.
As the party began to thin and we began to head out, I couldn't help but overhear one of the celebrity PR representatives tell their client to avoid being the last person still there. I suppose it's part of their secret protocol?
No one is saying, as in the past, that Tribeca lacks an identity. Jump in and sample what's on tap. You will at least hit something interesting.
"THAT IS as it should be!" So Sandra Bernhard declared when Liza Minnelli's press rep, Scott Gorenstein, told her that Liza's upcoming Florida concer...