Sure, the young, thin millennials are still standing in the center of the spotlight, but it is clear that even the fashion industry has gotten the memo about where the money is and where the demographics are headed.
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With a background in finance and investing, Jocelyn Gailliot is the Tuckernuck's CEO and is primarily responsible for growth strategy, business development and assists co-founders Maddy and September in buying.<
To me, fashion is about expression, personality, experimentation. One just needs to be brave enough to make bold choices and possess the confidence to own the room.
We all know the old adage, "The love of money is the root of all evil." I joke. Of, course. I don't believe we need to be "evil" to build wealth. However, I do believe we need to be focused on wealth creation to create wealth.
Now that it's almost officially fall, all of us retail watchers are anxiously awaiting the new stores that are hurrying to open before the holidays! T...
In the 40 years since I was the first woman of color to appear on the cover of American Vogue, things in the fashion realm have gone through a world of change. And yet at the same time -- unfortunately -- many things have remained the same.
Don't appreciate close contact? No problem. The fanny pack creates a tangible boundary with anyone who likes to "hug it out."
A recent collaboration between fashion house, Miu Miu, and artist, Miranda July was the perfect embodiment of how to execute a spectacular artist/brand partnership and why it's important to do so.
While all designers have their fair share of model BFFs, few share a bond as close as that between Coco Rocha and Zac Posen.
I chatted with Neil Alvin about the vision behind BGKI, the brand's evolution, business challenges, and future plans.
We want women over 60 to be proud of their bodies and we want them to celebrate their personal sense of style. At the same time, we don't shy away from addressing common concerns that the women in our community have.
With New York Fashion Week in full swing, I find myself reflecting on the state of style and its implications on travel. Fliers often opt for comfort and function over couture and fashion.
Peter's minestrone is the stuff of legends on the New York dinner party circuit. Hungry for the details? Grab your Côtes du Rhône and cozy up, because I'm spilling the beans.
My girlfriend suffers from a clothing affliction that many women, including me, share: namely, we buy clothes we love but instead of wearing and enjoying them, we save them.