I don't know about you, but the idea of attending a fashion show much less Fashion Week in NYC, makes me start to look for a rafter from which I can hang myself. This would be my worst case scenario:
How can we make the best of hotels? What can we do there? Sleeping is obvious, but here are 10 more things that I have either done in hotels or have fantasized about doing, and still might do.
Only some of the crowd greeting French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier at the Brooklyn Museum, wore his clothes, easily identified by the tab on the back....
Defy the norm, be curious and don't accept the status quo. If you're striving for better than what exists, then think and dream big.
It just might be nice to have another fashion week, maybe hosted in a mall or an abandoned J.C. Penny's, sponsored by Luna Bars, featuring real clothes for real girls on real girl bodies.
Instead of resigning to so-called "age-appropriate" clothing, why not start developing your own sense of style at 50 or older?
Don't know much about geometry. But I do know this: Summer = Vacation. It's a simple algebraic equation.
Fireworks, BBQs, and parades... all just some of the ways we love to celebrate America! From President's Day to Veteran's Day, here's a list of patriotic apparel to get you looking and feeling all-American when honoring and celebrating this great country!
It's that time of year, when those of us in the "fashionista know" escape to our favorite beaches at the Hamptons. The fun part is that many of our fa...
Star Trek Into Darkness, Paramount's first big summer release, premiered at the Dolby Theatre (home of the Academy Awards earlier this year, for an idea of the scale) in Hollywood last week.
After Hurricane Sandy, the retail industry quickly began assisting those who have had their homes and lives damaged. Some are boutiques that regularly give to charity and made special donations; others are larger corporations donating more than $1 million.
While the economic debate, about the pros and cons of outsourcing on the U.S. economy goes on, Americans should take this Olympic opportunity to ask themselves a few key questions.
So it seems the mega-pony on the U.S. uniform represents how we have sold our loftiest commodity -- our national honor -- to corporate branding.
What's embarrassing is not so much that the Lauren uniforms were manufactured by Chinese laborers, but how Washington continues to fail to address the significant issue highlighted by this: our dependence on importing our clothes from overseas.
Will I cheer for the USA Team in Chinese clothing? Of course I will but it makes a cynical statement about the future of manufacturing in the USA. But, Americans, it's time to take the reins and call in our own financial cavalry. We are losing this competition.
If Ralph Lauren manufactures in China, so be it, then that's where these uniforms were coming from. End of story. End of pride.