Unlike her spiky fraternal twin and chin-length cousin, the pixie undercut, this subdued pixie is clean, tapered, and mature.
On Monday, the NewYork color authority named a particularly eggplanty purple, Love Symbol #2, in honor of the musician.
Aug. 11 is the 44th anniversary of the birth of hip-hop, and Google is helping us celebrate.
The Ta-Ta towel is just one example of a fashionably, functional item sold directly to women on social media.
"Girls Trip" turned out to be an entirely relatable if not slightly new-age tale of friendship and loyalty among modern, working women.
Hammered metals are the textured extras adding interest to a seemingly endless array of must-have minimalist sportswear.
"Millennial pink" has been around decades longer than millennials.
Yeah, it's way out of my league. But clicking through these pages is all about inspiration. inspiration. inspiration.
This year caftans are making the cutest of day dresses when paired with flats, sandals and platform sneakers.
Wednesday night's caught-on-video-tape brawl isn't a reason knock the summer's weekly pub-crawl. Sips has been good for the city's social scene and it makes money.
I'm not surprised that McCain would vote to advance the Republican's latest health-care bill. I'm saddened that he did.
Wilmington-based illustrator Dallas Shaw will be in town to sign copies of her new book, "The Way She Wears It: The Ultimate Insider's Guide to Revealing Your Personal Style" on The Deck at the Moshulu.
Owls - eyes wide or closed - dangle wisely on the ends of necklaces and key chains. The nocturnal bird makes for cute broaches and bracelet charms.
It's trifling enough that Vick had the audacity to weigh in on Kaepernick's personal style like he was the clean-cut, tattooed-up fashion police.
White cotton tube socks with stripes - monochromatic and multicolored - are in demand again.
This dress, a look from the American design duo Cushnie et Ochs fall 2017 collection, was the epitome of fancy.
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.