Thursday, July 10, 2014
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In the same week the European Court of Human Rights upheld France’s ban on burqas and niqabs, full body coverings and face veils worn by Muslim women, DKNY released their ‘Ramadan collection.’
Jess Dempsey, the fashion blogger behind the blog What Would Karl Do, has linked with jeweler Claire Aristides and accessory shop The Dark Horse to create a capsule collection of made-to-order baby jewelry.
For the latest edition of Office Style, we visited the employees of Comcast SportsNet in their offices at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia to see how the work they do reflects their individual style.
With dramatic and unconventional ball gowns, high splits and trend setting—if not bizarre—designs, Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week began Sunday July 6 and will continue through the week.
PARIS (AP) - Just a few years ago it was on the brink of extinction. Now, haute couture - the 150-year-old Parisian tradition of making unique, astronomically-priced handmade gowns - is back.
When your crisp white dress shirt or favorite tee starts yellowing around the collar or under the arms - don't sweat.
Esther Honig, a 24-year-old Kansas City, Missouri-based journalist, recently hired people in more than two dozen countries to Photoshop an image of herself with bare shoulders, hair tied back, and no visible makeup. The images have gone viral this week, starting an interesting conversation about whether there is a universal standard for beauty in a globalized world.
While the new French biopic Yves Saint Laurent shows how the designer's angst fueled his work - especially those iconic A-line dresses inspired by Piet Mondrian's paintings - the impact of his work is not the focus of the movie.
If a lazy day at the pool means a stressful morning shoving a few towels, sunglasses, sunscreen, pool toys, magazines, and snacks into an overstuffed bag, it may be time for a new bag. These bags are designed specifically to hold all that stuff - and more.
Teens are always on the lookout for affordable and fashionable clothing retailers. Whether you’re in the market for summer outfits, lazy beach...
Farm wife's skin-care line starts with lard and tallow
Most people have to drive to the store when they run out of hand soap and lotion. For Traci Nachtrab of Lucky 3 Farm in Louisburg, N.C., that is not the case. Her soaps and lotions, whipped up in her kitchen using her personalized recipes, come from the cows and pigs that she raises with her husband, Calvin, and daughter, Rachel, on their pastures.
 
Thoughts on raising kids who won't bully - or be bullied