Saturday, October 25, 2014
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The Sixers continued to put their #togetherwebuild hashtag to work on Wednesday when they debuted the new Sixers Dancers “Signature Dress” designed by Nicole Miller. This is the first such collaboration between a designer and the team’s dancers, and it came about in the most organic way.
Friday Do her hair Guys, this could be brilliant: You're going out anyway, right? Why not be the one who wields the implements of coif creation? (Think of the gratitude.) For the event BYOB X 3, the three Bs are blow-dryer, bottle, and boyfriend (or beautiful partner). Ladi
She may have been Carrie Bradshaw, but that doesn’t put Sarah Jessica Parker above the law, something the star recently learned when she violated the no trespassing sign on the former “Sex and the City” row home stoop.
Look fierce (and scary)!
They couldn't have asked for a better audience. As part of the first-ever Forbes Under 30 Summit, three designers showcased American-made collections Monday afternoon to a ballroom of the country's most influential millennials.
When Helene Hankin awoke Tuesday to the news of the death of Oscar de la Renta, arguably America's most influential fashion designer, she thought of the portrait hanging in her dining room.
Sears, the struggling department store chain announced Monday that it will be leasing space to the Irish retailer Primark.
NEW YORK (AP) - Oscar de la Renta, who died Monday at 82, shaped American couture half a century ago when it emerged as a serious rival to European fashion designers.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died at 82, according to ABC News.
Taylor Swift, Lindsay Lohan, Zoe Saldana and Tyson Beckford have led tributes to designer Oscar de La Renta, who died on Monday.