No corporate entity should be in position to limit women's legal access to care, or to seize a controlling interest over the health care choices of women.
I hate Lululemon. Everything about that brand makes me want to knock down an end-aisle display of Vitamin Water with my yoga mat.
There is a way to plan as a woman that doesn't involve over planning. You can allow yourself to create big movement in a way that allows the truth of who you are and what you desire to unfold.
My mom's influence on my hair was her way of channeling herself in me. Don't get me wrong: I love my mom. But, this is my hair and it is about time that I took control over something in my life.
My mom and I would wake up at 5 am the day after Thanksgiving, packing up the car with snacks and coffee as we drove to the closest outlet center and honed in on the kill. Some dads take their sons fishing, my mom took me hunting. For bargains. Sales.
Equal parts comfort and cool, they will secure a place in your repertoire and cause a bit of an addiction if you let them. But fear not, this classic look isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who agree with Kanye and those who don't. He said it himself in last night's poignant interview with Jimmy Kimmel: "You're going to love me, or you're going to hate me, but I'm going to be me."
A fête fit for a queen and her princess in tow, the shower was held at Miami's boutique EPIC hotel and the elaborate floral arrangements decadent candies and Parisian themed motifs transported guests upon arrival.
This Jamaican-born star habitually gives more than she takes. From the first time I met her to the present, the fire had not dimmed. She ignites something from others that she only herself possesses. It is something that can only be a gift form a higher being.
The handwriting is on the wall. It's time to prepare my skin for the fall and winter and give up my summer skin care routine. I am going back to my winter routine, which you should also find helpful.
I've had more than my share of fashion faux pas. I'm the one who went to the bathroom before my court appearance and came back and pled the case for my client with my suit skirt tucked up into my panty hose. At my own engagement party, my future mother-in-law's friend wore the same dress as I did.
Racist backlash against Davuluri is just one thread in the tapestry of marginalization women of color face, as their real experiences and perspectives are often rendered invisible in exchange for one-dimensional, dehumanizing representations in the media.
Mothers, tanties and teachers: It breaks my heart to tell you this but you unknowingly slipped something toxic in your home-cooked chicken soup for the soul and fed it to your daughters and granddaughters. You told us that in order to enter woman-hood and embrace all the beauty that comes with it, we must undergo a painful rite of passage called the chemical relaxer, perm or hot comb.
Three of my favorite looks to play with during fashion week can be amped up for the runway or toned down for an evening out. And many are inspired by the past, but can be individualized and altered for a very current feel.
Sure, NYFW has its token snobs and elitist Upper East Siders, but there are important businesspeople, editors-in-chief, bloggers, columnists, PR personnel and photographers.
The ecru palette of the line allows the eye to focus on the interesting mix of materials and textures throughout the collection. Quilted, thermal, tweed, felt and flannel textures seamlessly flowed together creating a synergy that each element alone could not.
wanted to find a homecoming look for $100 or less, including dress, shoes, accessories, and a new makeup item. So I did. And then found three more. So, here are four homecoming looks for $100 or less, each a little trendy, and with a specific style.
Here, nine of our editors share what they always have packed in their bags and can't live without during fashion week season.
Before moving to the New York City area, I lived in London for seven years. During that period, I traveled more than two dozen times to France, a place where five- or six-week vacations are the norm and many people retire comfortably at 60 or younger. I made many wonderful French friends and was more than a little awed at the way they aged so gracefully.
With New York Fashion Week around the corner, designer Dennis Basso offers a sneak peek at his upcoming collection for spring.