Hillary Clinton closed out debate season Wednesday night in a eggshell-hued pantsuit with a rounded collar that was a cross between a mandarin and a...
In the midst of this nasty election season, first lady Michelle Obama remains poised and perfect. She blazes with a certain sartorial sunshine we've...
There was a time when blushed cheeks were too pink, too gaudy, and too much.
But on today's uber-highlighted, crazily contoured, and seriously strobed cheekbones, a hint of color squarely placed on the apples of the cheek is less stark, more sophisticated.
Is it a coincidence that the hot-pink $1100 Gucci beauty Melania Trump wore to Sunday night's second presidential debate included a sartorial flourish...
After a weekend fraught with harsh attacks and downright nasty political banter, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton came to rumble — sartorially...
A geometric print tie. A splashy pocket square. A trim windowpane suit. These are parts of a man's look meant to stand out.
Fourth in an occasional series documenting Dréa Baldini's transformation.
When Dréa Baldini was a young boy living in a trailer park in North Carolina, he'd stand outside, extend his arms, and spin around and around, trying to re-create Diana Prince's change into Wonder Woman.
From shades of gray to denim blues, the most popular hair styles of late have been bold in hue.
In its 11th year, Philly Fashion Week made a take-me-seriously splash last week as its producers introduced new designers, big-upped designers from the local fashion incubator, and celebrated the work of its most loyal runway faves.
Before the verbal jabs began to fly during Monday night's first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Democratic and Republican...
Once I got over the fact that Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones' Khaleesi) showed up on the Emmy red carpet as a brunette, and Sophie Turner (she plays...
NEW YORK - Maybe it was the unrelenting summer heat, or perhaps American designers are acknowledging the varying paths women are taking on their life journeys.
Hello, dark plaids and plush velvets. Goodbye, peonies and poppies. (Right?)
Sheaths and slim trousers, blouses and bags, and pumps and pants feature plenty of petaled motifs on wine, evergreen, navy, and, yes, even black backgrounds this fall.
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.