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?
The Wrap Ring, a delicate sterling-silver chain affixed with faux diamond-cut stones - courtesy of Swarovski - wraps around fingers like a not-so-stretchy rubber band.
Sweat Fitness' weekly Sweat & Sips is one of countless organized meetups that marry my two favorite activities: working out and going to happy hour.
As makeup brands honor gender fluidity in high fashion - and on city streets - they've added guys to their arsenal of featured faces. And it's becoming almost, well, normal.
The red-carpet hosts barely asked who the stars were wearing.
The veejay-turned-actress isn't just the face of the collection, she's the designer.
Now that the nearly 12-foot tall stainless steel pick has been placed firmly in the ground about 100 feet behind the city's most divisive mayor, I must say, I'm disappointed.
Burch's spring/summer 2018 collection was a sartorial exercise in serenity.
You see, like protagonist Issa, my personal life was at its messiest when I was at my most insecure.
I was pleased to see Solange Knowles (we're friends in my head) and Janelle Monae on this list, too.
Today through Monday, Drea Richard, owner of Andre Richard Salon, located at 1218 Locust Street, will donate 100 percent from sales of her high quality product to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.