Saturday, April 25, 2015

Style

Get your glow on without heading to a tanning booth or risking sun damage to your skin!
WASHINGTON (AP) - Two U.S. senators introduced legislation Monday that would require the Food and Drug Administration to evaluate and report on some of the ingredients used in cosmetics and personal-care products such as shampoo and skin cream.
Andrej Pejic has made history by becoming the first transgender model to be the subject of a Vogue profile.
Now that your engagement photos are done and picture perfect, it’s time to start thinking about wedding day hair and makeup. Our panel of local beauty experts shares their tips for a flawless look.
More off-putting than dark roots, unkempt cuticles, and a face in need of a good peel was the condition of the Biaggio Salon & Spa in Marlton when it wound up in court-appointed receivership in 2007.
NEW YORK (AP) - Peter Copping had hoped to work alongside Oscar de la Renta, but it was not to be: Just days after Copping was hired last October as artistic director of the luxury label, the legendary de la Renta passed away from cancer.
SHANGHAI (AP) - The Shanghai Auto Show banned female models and automakers responded with dancers and fresh-faced young women holding tablet computers.
The return of the dinner jacket brings with it a new appreciation of one of menswear's swankiest accessories. The trendlet Lapel pins are undergoing a crafty revival as artisans fashion felt, ribbon, and organza into faux flowers perfect for pinning. This spring, look for the confident and well-coiffed dude to add a dose of petaled, pastel pizzazz to tuxedo jackets and linen blazers.
When the weather takes a turn for the better and all the post-winter hibernation haze fades away, an enlivened bunch takes to the streets for a plethora of outdoor festivities. Instead of spending time indoors, spend a little green outdoors on unique, lust-worthy items at some of the best outdoor flea and craft markets the region has to offer. Here's your ultimate outdoor-shopping guide, with nary a mall in sight.
In her book The Battle of Versailles, Robin Givhan whisks readers back to an electric night in 1973 when five emerging American fashion designers bested their French counterparts.