Safian & Rudolph is asking Philly couples to upload a photo of themselves social media with the hashtag #sayitwithsafian to win an engagement ring.
Days before the Eagles/Cowboys rendezvous, our favorite Birds strut for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Follow these tips to keep your whiskers looking fresh this Thanksgiving holiday.
Blake Shelton is cute in that boy-next-door kind of way, but we all know looks alone can't elevate any man to the sexiest of sexy heights.
In the midst of gloomy retail news, some specialty stores like Kin are changing up their formula to better fit our shopping habits and are starting to thrive.
President Trump and Rodrigo Duerte were wearing a traditional Filipino menswear called a barong.
Dana Veraldi, who grew up in King of Prussia, is an expert when it comes to capturing the likeness of famous faces. Think Kanye West, Howard Stern, and Larry David.
Nine months after Coeur's closing, Mona Lisa Jackson is just able to talk about it.
Adios, random goings-on. Hello inner desires. It's time I get to really know Elizabeth. So, to keep this self-actualization journey positive, I'm dedicating myself to getting to know myself this month. Let's call it Know-vember.
Alex & Ani's spiritual, eco-friendly trinkets - especially the now-classic bangle - are seemingly everywhere. On Thursday, the brand opened a specialty store at the King of Prussia Mall.
Tarana Burke is grateful for the way Alyssa Milano's tweet galvanized survivors and inspired empathy. But she doesn't want the movement to end with a hashtag.
Playboy says its first transgender Playmate shows that gender roles are changing. But is this something that really helps women?
Over the last year, I've paired mules with many looks, but I didn't know about the backless shoe's sordid past.
Part of Union's appeal is that she doesn't shy away from a very polite, yet in-your-face authenticity, even while she's recounting some of her most painful experiences.
The moral of Lisa Thomas-Laury's story: There is power in prayer and persistence.
Donna Karan, the woman who has championed women's empowerment in fashion for decades, has revealed herself to be a fraud.
A recent Facebook ad for Dove that implied black women are inherently dirty has drawn ire. The company took the ad down. But the internet is still letting the company have it. And rightfully so.
The stainless-steel water bottle is as ubiquitous on yoga mats and spin bikes as it is in a Google cafeteria or at a TED Talk. Who knew being green could be so chic?
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.