A West Chester-based mom of four is planning to make her New York Fashion Week debut this weekend with a 40-look womenswear collection. Deborah Mack's DAM Fashions is a sleek grouping of tailored jumpsuits, strapless cocktail mini dresses, off-the-shoulder gowns and fitted pantsuits.
The five products in the Naturaz collection - a conditioning shampoo, styling moisturizer, dehydrating mist and tangler, curl defining gel, and curl defining cream - are infused with awesome-for-the-coils coconut oil and Aloe vera extracts.
"Pose" is a dance musical that explores the lives of African American and Latina transgender women who struggle during the week working menial jobs and visiting dying friends. But on the weekends, these women command makeshift catwalks in a dusty warehouse turned glamorous ballroom. And in here, with every pose, they are real women. They aren't acting. They aren't playing. They just are.
An AmberNoon outfit can be worn with classic pumps as easily as it can be paired with Converse All Stars. This makes it different from a slew of other sun-protective lines because it's not all floppy hats and crunchy cargoes. It's as haute-worthy as it is hike-worthy.
Much like other documentaries that have tried to shine a knowing light on some of the industry's well-known enigmas it's clear that the life of those in the fashion industry ain't no crystal staircase.
On Thursday Trump decided to make her fast-fashion debut in a $39 olive green fatigue jacket with the question, "I Don't Really Care, Do You…." splashed across its back. She was on her way to visit immigrant children at the Texas border.
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.