The fast fashion movement lets us follow fads, but at what price? We all know that the quality has suffered, but producing trendy items at a breakneck speed has also caused certain companies to lose focus on ethical practices.
An intervention by Iyanla Vanzant won't save me!
Packing doesn't have to be your own worst enemy; it can actually be very enjoyable and get you even more amped up for your vacation.
Our mantra is: Assess, Edit, Style. These three words are the basis of our concept when walking into everyday closets and making people look and feel their best.
Here are some retail events I'd like to see in the year(s) ahead. Some are more likely than others, but the holidays are a time for dreaming, aren't they?
Americans and Aussies alike should make room in their closets for some European style. Allsaints, ASOS.com, Topshop and Zara are sending shipments across the Atlantic and down under with a great sense of urgency sure to impact your wallet.
When you have a friend that seems to have all the material possessions in the world and seemingly still wants more, e.g. her Tiffany registry, making a donation is the answer.
I really dislike the term knockoffs. It sounds so cheap. I like to refer to two items -- one being the more expensive and the other less -- as having striking similarities.
Fashion bloggers first started wearing red tights during the winter months. Now that spring is coming to the northern hemisphere, they're switching to red pants.
For 2011, bid adieu to fashion bungles and material mishaps by committing yourself to leveling your wallet only on garb that adheres the definition of "investment piece."
I don't usually pick up the supermarket gossip rags. I think they've have taken celebrity worship to dangerous levels. So imagine my surprise when, on a recent trip to London, I developed a quick affection for Grazia magazine.
Budget-conscious fashion has been exploding over the last decade with retailers like H&M, Forever 21, and Zara leading the way for high style at low prices.
Being a fashionista need not entail a multimillion-dollar fortune. Style comes at all price points, and our Labor Day edition will focus on some of the more affordable stores in the city.
Google's culture is focused on the idea that the company is the spearhead of a revolution. This sense of being part of a cause created an extremely motivated workforce, which allows Google to practice a kind of maneuver warfare.
I know there is some hesitation among thicker girls to wear skinny jeans, but I'm here to put your fears to rest. But in order to do so, I'm going to tell you the same thing I told the fellas.
"The Basic" is a piece of clothing that transcends time or fashion. It is well made, it has a simple structure and accessible design, it breathes, it moves with you, and it goes with everything.