A visit to any of these shops will make sure that the groom is (almost) as lovely as the bride.
With America's perverse gun culture, an overwhelming amount of armed violence being marketed as entertainment, and a rising number of mass shootings, the world premiere of George F. Walker's delicious new black comedy, Dead Metaphor, has a creepy timeliness.
It was worth every penny. (And it cost A LOT of pennies.)
In a recent interview with Tom Brady, designer and director Tom Ford made some interesting age-related comments about the football player's wife, the ...
The future of men's fashion in London is looking extra bright with the debut of the menswear collections last week.
My new French friend Loïc Prigent creates the greatest and most innovative insider documentaries on fashion today. He travels the world (sigh -- who wouldn't be jealous) recording diverse fashion icons 36 hours prior to their runway shows.
If Pat Benatar is right, and "Love is a Battlefield," then makeup is my war paint. And my artillery is as follows: concealer by Scott Barnes, foundati...
So there I was -- "strut interrupted" and being pulled over by the NYPD's Fashion Police. Luckily I've seen enough marathons of COPS to know exactly what was going on here.
The United State Congress is trying to force The Supreme Court to broadcast oral arguments on television. But why stop at cameras in the courtroom? Here are some other ideas to spruce up Supreme Court arguments.
No time to page through thousands of eBay listings? Then just sneak a peek at my weekly eBay roundup of top vintage clothing finds. This eclectic mix...
No matter what lawmakers decide, nothing inspires me more than dreaming that one day same-sex couples everywhere will be able to walk fiercely and fabulously down the matrimonial aisle towards the person they love.
Fashion has become so over-hyped, over-publicized, and over-reviewed you'd think it was nominated for an Oscar.
In celebration of Hollywood's drunkest awards ceremony, we've picked seventeen (er, make that sixteen-and-a-half) of the Golden Globes' most clear-headedly sharp style moments.
In The King's Speech, Firth plays Bertie, a life-long stutterer on a quest to find his voice, especially since he suddenly becomes crowned King George VI of England in 1936.
At "21" last Tuesday, it was a case of multiple events. Newt Gingrich graciously held the door for me as Joan Didion stood in the foyer of the legenda...