Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


All during this awfully cold winter, I took comfort in infinity scarves. And although the winds are warming, I want to hold on to my stylish security blanket.
Fashion Director and Executive VP of Neiman Marcus Ken Downing visited Drexel University on Friday to talk to students and tour the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection. After presenting fall trends to a room of over one-hundred and fifty students, Downing, known for his jet set lifestyle, spoke with an intimate group about some of his favorite pieces in the costume collection.
If you were able to make it to the debut Franklin Flea Market this winter season, you may have caught yourself wafting the delicious scents of Olliver candles.
For the latest edition of Office Style, we visited the employees at creative agency The Heads Of State at their Old City Philadelphia office to see how the work they do reflects each of their own personal style.
Don’t shut the Gillette factory down just yet, because according to science, the Year of the Beard is over, and all you beardos out there better just shave up if you ever want a date again. As it turns out, we’ve reached maximum beard-ocity in society, which has made facial hair biologically less attractive. Condolences.
Actress Countess Vaughn goes public with her painful experience.
Philadelphia shops Knit Wit and sister store Plage Tahiti have announced that the two will merge together at Knit Wit’s Rittenhouse Row location.
At midnight on Sunday, April 13, Alexander Wang announced a designer collaboration with H&M.
Aaryn Costello is searching for the perfect dress, a 30-inch-long light-blue number with a sparkly bodice and a detachable white cape.
Mid-Century Furniture Warehouse in Kensington has acquired quite the collection of odds and ends from the recently shut down NYC Opera.