Weather it's a luxurious excursion or a quick trip, shopping is one of life's great pleasures. Shop like a pro with these tips and your next run to Barney's will be nothing short of a success!
Happiness comes when you fill yourself with peace and light from the universe and you leave your negative thoughts behind.
Although we may not carry our bags every moment of every day, when we do carry them they contribute to how our overall looks hang together. A simple, neutral bag may blend in, but a bright or eye-catching bag can add another level of interest.
I may have cried when I heard her stores were closing. Ok, I cried a lot. I cried so much that my husband had to create a special "Betsey Johnson Emergency Fund" that we used to purchase tons of Betsey Johnson items.
Allure's highlighting of Saldana's weight reduces this talented performer to a one-dimensional image, reinforcing the strange and fraught relationship women (and men) have with one of the most reviled twentieth-century innovations: the bathroom scale.
At New York Fashion Week this past spring, designers gave us a preview of what will be trending and what must have items we should incorporate into our wardrobe for autumn 2013.
As the world seems to discover more each day, there are many wonderful things about Austin but high fashion is not typically one that comes up in conversation. As such, when Fashion Week came to Austin last week I have to admit I was skeptical. Then I went to a show.
On Monday, May 13, dozens of teenagers and parents will protest at the Abercrombie & Fitch store in Chicago (835 N. Michigan) at 4 p.m.
Sir Paul Smith talks about running a business from the heart, the importance of good posture and why you should keep it simple.
As with the change of seasons, the transformation of South Korea from an industrial powerhouse to a creative economy seems nothing short of a divine miracle. However, even with a culture that is often perceived as traditional, South Korea is no stranger to managing change.
The collapse of the clothing factories in Bangladesh has returned to the front page, as reporters and pundits consider the impact on consumer habits and the practices of global brands. Is it a game changer?
I cannot tell you how many times I have passed by one of your magnificent fashion clubs -- the seizure-inducing bass thumping, the lighting dimmed just so (what would you call that? Disco lighting? Marvelous!), the stifling scent of the latest Diddy fragrance coiling around shoppers.
Since when can arbitrary national holidays dictate your wardrobe -- and even ban an entire color?
The appropriate reaction to mercury rising is dread and anxiety. The weather is not your friend, or if it is, it's that friend that "accidentally" tells everyone your most unflattering secrets. In this case: flabby arms.
Martha, put on a turquoise fitted low cut dress and go to one of the places on my perfected list of where to find men.