"Never say never"? That doesn't go far enough when it comes to fashion. The best way to predict trends is to remember my theory that "Never is the next new thing."
No longer the garishly twee itchmongers bearing freakishly-faced woodland creatures that you dreaded finding under the tree, this season the Christmas Jumper is a prized statement fashion piece.
Looking rich does not require dropping loads of cash on designer duds. The trick? Confidence, serious grooming and the ability to mix and match quality classics with on trend accents.
Chris Benz is a genius at mixing unlikely color combinations and prints. His spring 2012 collection is filled with dresses and separates in the most delicious shades and exuberant flower prints.
An aesthetically pleasing excess of black-and-white glen plaid and houndstooth -- including a glen plaid coat layered over a houndstooth skirt and matching purse and shoes -- made traditional patterns look new.
While it's always good to see the freshest styles in magazine editorials, advertisements and store windows, it can be even more inspiring to observe how people wear the trends in everyday life.
As 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day over the next 19 years, we are likely to see more designer clothes suited to our needs. Here are five fashion trends that Boomers have already influenced.
Fashion revolution? More like an evolution: While we expect new fashion trends each season, some of the fresh looks are, on closer inspection, variati...
Forget just stuffing your locker with a sticky sweatshirt and boring textbooks. From wallpaper to a hanging chandelier, now you can design a locker you'd practically want to live in!
Year after year, something I always speak to is the direct relationship between fashion and the home.
Mullet hairstyles are still cringe-worthy but, for the past couple of years, mullet dresses have been been making a comeback on fashion show runways.
View image Italy, the country of the Mecca of the Milano Prêt-a-porter has become the launching ground for Fashion-ABLE Haiti, an initiative of the...
By simply slipping on sheers, even the cheapest Brand X, our legs could match our Spanx-smoothed torso. If only the fashion police would allow.
Even if you don't have de la Fressange's striking looks and height (or her diamonds), Parisian Chic offers advice for looking and feeling chic the French way -- at all ages.
All the super-high heels might look nice, but what about arch support? When you're my age, you'll wish you'd thought more about arch support.
Whenever a new skirt length comes into style you can count on commentators to bring up the "hemline index." The economic theory suggests that when folks were feeling flush, skirts got shorter and when times were tough, hemlines dropped.