Friday, November 28, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Style

Stroll Moorestown Mall between the food court and Boscov's department store, and that new clothing store, Erdon, might not catch your eye.
ORONO, Maine (AP) - The University of Maine has fallen short in its quest to break the world record for having the most people in one place wearing flannel apparel.
The Mom: Don’t wait until Mother’s Day to pamper Mom. Get her an Invigorating Peppermint Message at Rizzeri’s Salon and Spa’s beautiful new location in the Moorestown Mall, $55
Let's face it - red lipstick is always on trend. Sometimes the hue of the moment is a mahogany-tinged maroon; other times, it's a clear claret.
You probably already know that women in high heels are generally perceived as more attractive than their ballet-flat-wearing counterparts. But according to a French study, women who choose high heels might be more likely to get a helping hand, too -- from men, anyway.
Center City’s only shop for expecting moms, Destination Maternity, is moving to The Shops at Liberty Place (1625 Chestnut St.). To celebrate, Destination Maternity is hosting a grand reopening event on Nov. 22 starting at 9:30 a.m.
Kale is really “in” right now. This leafy green veggie’s found not only in healthy juices and salads but in beauty products, too.
Back in August, local fashion designer Curran J. Swint, in collaboration with Visit Philly and Philly 360°, put together a video featuring one of Philadelphia’s most notable fashion trademarks: the beard.
Ralph Rucci - the South Philadelphia-bred clothing designer at the helm of possibly the world's most exclusive couture fashion house - relinquished the reins of his eponymous label to investors this month, walking away from his 33-year-old women's wear line revered in the style world, yet virtually unknown outside it.
ATLANTIC CITY Plaid for the holidays is supposedly in - and so are ugly Christmas sweaters. If either of these fashion trends seems like an appealing way to deck out this season, the Absecon Lighthouse has an event for you.