Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


Most people probably wouldn’t expect their styling consultation to start with the question, “What are you self-conscious about and why?” But that’s exactly how Malika Barber begins each styling session.
PARIS (AP) - Christophe Lemaire, the artistic director of Hermes women's ready-to-wear line, is parting ways with the luxury house after four years.
NEW YORK (AP) - Go shopping with powerhouse basketball player Russell Westbrook - whose colorful style has made headlines outside of sports - and you'll probably be surprised by his favorite section: the sale rack.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - For Jillian Owens, some of her passion for fashion was motivated by a desire for new garments without the creation of more waste. And, she says openly on her blog, "I was also quite broke and couldn't afford new clothes."
DALLAS (AP) - As former first lady Laura Bush gazed at the elegant knee-length Oscar de la Renta dress and coat she wore to the swearing-in ceremony at her husband's 2005 inauguration, she recalled that white turned out to be the perfect color choice.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Country singer LeAnn Rimes attended the Mercedes Benz Fashion Swim shows in Miami Beach and says she was wowed by a selection of skimpy swimwear on the walk.
Take on the dog days of summer with this ice-cube necklace craft.
On Wednesday night the ESPY Awards, the ultimate sports awards show, aired hosted by rapper Drake. Athletes, sports commentators, musicians and actors flooded the red carpet with looks ranging from Academy Awards-appropriate to casual-chic. Check out some of the best dressed in attendance.
In a world where most J. Crew cashmere sweaters, Banana Republic khakis, and Nautica polos are made overseas, putting together an all-American look made all in America can be all but impossible.
NEW YORK (AP) - It's not easy to find models with disabilities in ads for the fashion and beauty industry - unless you look in the Nordstrom catalog.