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  • New men's shop at Saks Fifth Avenue and other shopping deals and events

    New men's shop at Saks Fifth Avenue and other shopping deals and events
    Sax Fifth Avenue opened two new levels catering to the "modern man" with everything from suits, ties and shoes galore to denim, outerwear, accessories and luggage. The Fifth Avenue Man, located on the sixth and seventh floors of the Michigan Avenue store,...
  • Designer collaborations to covet

    Designer collaborations to covet
    The desire for more affordable takes on designer styles doesn't seem to be waning. Here are some of the latest fashion and beauty collaborations. Damien Hirst & Alexander McQueen Marking the 10th anniversary of the late legendary designer Alexander...
  • In the clutch

    Sometimes a purse is simply too big for your outfit. Pinch hit with a clutch. They pack a punch. They're fashionable, chic and are perfect for the essentials: cosmetics, credit cards and keys. The steal The Big Buddha Kiara Clutch has a great price. It'...
  • Covering (up) Lena Dunham

    Lena Dunham, creator and star of the incessantly analyzed HBO series "Girls," is on the cover and featured inside the February issue of Vogue. As things tend to go with Dunham, this was not an occasion that could go uncommented upon. If you missed the...
  • Tabitha Simmons makes shoes for more than a season

    Beyoncé loves her striped Dolly espadrille lace-ups so much that she posted photos of them on Tumblr, while the Early moto boots are a go-to for Miranda Kerr. In the four years since establishing her eccentrically English, namesake shoe line, Tabitha...
  • Farfetch is ready to raise its U.S. profile

    Farfetch is ready to raise its U.S. profile
    London-based luxury e-tailer Farfetch.com has a concept that's "why didn't I think of that?" simple: a website that unites the selling power of some of the best independent luxury boutiques from around the globe, including A'Maree's in Newport Beach,...
  • Oprah's giant Afro wig for O magazine designed by Kim Kimble

    Oprah's giant Afro wig for O magazine designed by Kim Kimble
    Oprah Winfrey has been making all kinds of headlines recently -- starring alongside Forest Whitaker in "The Butler," recounting an alleged incident of shopping-related racism in Switzerland, and wearing a ginormous Afro wig on the September cover of O...
  • Fashion icon Isabella Blow inspires original play "Blow Me"

    Fashion icon Isabella Blow inspires original play "Blow Me"
    You should know that in spite of its provocative title, Mad Cat Theatre’s play “Blow Me” is really about fashion muse and style provocateur Isabella Blow. Opening Friday (Aug. 16) and running through Sept. 1 at the SandBox at Miami...
  • This fall, an indigo boom in denim

    This fall, an indigo boom in denim
    D-ID (Denim Identity) Quilting from a leather menswear jacket inspired the distinctive diamond stitching that is the signature of D-ID, or Denim Identity, the new line designer Jimmy Taverniti debuted last month. "The whole print trend is slowing...
  • Taylor Swift goes glam at MTV Video Music Awards

    Taylor Swift goes glam at MTV Video Music Awards
    Taylor Swift's style at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday was all retro glamour, with her hair pulled into loose curls and her lips and nails painted red. The look worked perfectly with her black Herve Leger by Max Azria gown. [The Cut] PHOTOS:...
  • 'I Do! I Do! Part II' in Pasadena features historic wedding dresses

    'I Do! I Do! Part II' in Pasadena features historic wedding dresses
    It is difficult to imagine that before 1950 the bridal industry did not exist. The growth of what is today a $70-billion dollar industry is reflected at the Pasadena Museum of History’s exhibition “I Do! I Do! Part II.” August marked...