On the opening night to the fashion world's biggest week, Fashion Night Out turns the streets of New York City into runways, the neighborhoods into the most trendy block parties and the stores into music venues
Tonight, Fashion's Night Out whips the retail outlets into a frenzy during which women of all sizes will be out in droves spending on fall looks. A perfect time to bring up size in the industry.
Is blonde and bubbly Jennifer Aniston your ideal of beauty? Or is it sultry Angelina Jolie? What about Serena Williams, America Ferrera or even Betty White?
When one spends too long immersed in the fashion industry, their perception of what a "normal" size is quickly becomes warped.
This past weekend Los Angeles played host to the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show. That's IMATS for short, or as cosmetics addicts like myself ...
The Annenberg Space for Photography's "Beauty Culture" left me feeling empty. It simply skims the surface of the issues by acknowledging them, while the very beauty of its images acts as a counterargument saying That's just the way it is.
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.
A fashion photo shoot is a style Mecca where your most luxe dreams come true -- an abundance of beautiful clothes and what seems like too many accessories for one girl to feast her eyes on in a single day.
We're here to offer a cautionary tale of what happens when you violate the basic rules of buying from what we call "The Flash Sale Mob."
Stef Van Der Laan, IMG model, says that when she puts on something happy, she is happy. It's hard not to smile when you see her tutu from the H&M chil...
The former model opens up about her dislike for aggressive and stingy men who wear short socks, goes cryptic on the topic of her mother, and suggests we all buy a jar of Nutella.
The more we make excuses for 'aspirational' or artificial constructs of beauty, the more we will experience an unbalanced society wrought with neurotic, unsatisfied women.
Tara's style is to do away with the Sanskrit names for yoga poses and all that supposedly scary yoga lingo in favor of her own bare bones, stripped down style.
I grew up on a steady diet of Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Christie Brinkley, Kristen McMenamy, Stephanie Seymour and Elaine Irwin--and still turned out relatively well-adjusted.
First, New York Fashion Week, then Sports Illustrated -- It's been a double hit of diet-inducing beauties in our faces this week!
3-year-old Sasha Schreiber, who so poignantly asked his dad Liev this week "why the models looks so unhappy" would have been better off attending the Michael Kors show.