I am drawn to powerful women who prefer pearls to diamonds, dresses to pants and pencil skirts to mini skirts. Some of these women are real. And some are fictional, such as Catherine Banning or Claire Underwood, who is my latest fashion obsession.
Fashion Whip is a political style column in The Huffington Post by Lauren A. Rothman, inspired by Lauren's experience as the founder of Styleauteur, a...
Somewhere in America there are little girls dreaming about being the first lady or the first female president, and Michelle's clothes give them hope... hope that they too can defy society's expectations and stereotypes.
This is your invitation to the 57th Inauguration Day for the president of the United States, to be held in Washington, DC on Monday, January 21, 2013.
What will Michelle Obama & Ann Romney wear on Tuesday night?
Fashion Whip is a political style column in the Huffington Post by fashion stylist Lauren Rothman and HuffPost reporter Christina Wilkie inspired by L...
Whenever one of my mother's sentences begins with "I swear," I take cover and get ready for the diatribe. If I'm in the kitchen, I stop chopping. If I'm in the car, I put my iPhone on speaker. It's just too good to miss.
I looked at my chic mom and realized that she was far more fashionable than I'd ever be. My snow boots were hardly put away and here was my mother wearing turquoise Tory Burch ballet flats.
As a fashion designer I was struck by her ethereal beauty and carriage, but I was equally surprised by her vast global knowledge, devotion to her people and commitment to promoting education.
In regal and triumphant fanfare, Sweden's next Queen, Crown Princess Victoria tied the knot on June 19 in the largest royal wedding since Charles and Diana.
Oscar de la Renta, the senior statesman of top fashion designers, favored by first ladies for decorous state dinner gowns with a dash of red carpet glamour, made a rare public appearance in the nation's capital recently for his first Washington fashion show in several years.
Michelle Obama looked radiant presenting her Jason Wu inaugural gown to the Smithsonian's first ladies exhibition.
For designer Maria Cornejo -- headstrong, fiercely independent, brilliant, beautiful -- not belonging has made her stronger.
Every journalist, blog commentator, and politician feels entitled to tell the First Lady of the free world what dress to wear when, how much it should cost, and how long the sleeves should be.
Well Hillary, not so fast. I think you've had some hits over the years and I want you to buck up and embrace style because, guess what, you've got some!