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  • Fall's Most Wearable Trends

    Fall's Most Wearable Trends
    Chic comfort, warm style thrive – and florals, brights not fading this season Fall fashion is looking pretty practical. Yes, practical — as in wearable and warm. But before you start picturing polar fleece vests and oversize snowsuits...
  • Kutztown antiques shop closing for now

    Kutztown antiques shop closing for now
    It was a busy and bittersweet Saturday at Fleetwood Antiques in Kutztown, where Elaine and Jerry Arak were preparing to close their doors after nearly 30 years in business. It was busy, of course, because it was a beautiful, sunny September Saturday,...
  • Head-turning hair fashions for fall: bangs, rows and tails

    Head-turning hair fashions for fall: bangs, rows and tails
    From '60s-inspired bangs and the comeback of cornrows to elaborate new takes on the ponytail, fall's latest hair looks offer styling inspiration. But translating catwalk hair to the sidewalk isn't so simple — not everyone in Hollywood has a personal...
  • 'Survivor': Winter Park brothers compete

    When Winter Park brothers Drew and Alec Christy compete on “Survivor,” they say viewers will see them as they really are. Drew, 25, is a model and says his “overdose of confidence” works for him. “In the game, I didn’...
  • New York Fashion Week: Ralph Lauren brings 4-D razzle-dazzle to runway

    New York Fashion Week: Ralph Lauren brings 4-D razzle-dazzle to runway
    Between Opening Ceremony’s collection play-sentation written by Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill, and Ralph Lauren’s 4-D takeover of the waters along Central Park’s Cherry Hill lawn, this season's New York Fashion Week has really amped up...
  • Arundel native David Hart builds his menswear business

    Arundel native David Hart builds his menswear business
    David Hart is a bit of an anomaly in the world of fashion. In an industry dominated by larger-than-life personalities, fickle taste and cutthroat politics, he prefers to play nice, stay cool and let his work do the talking. "I really appreciate all...
  • SHOPPING GUIDE

    SHOPPING GUIDE
    Is fashion moving beyond brands? Chanel supermarket-inspired black brass basket tote interlaced with calfskin and chain hardware, $12,500 at select Chanel boutiques; (800) 550-0005 Chanel Plexiglas, metal, lacquer and polyester Candy logo cuff...
  • Cavalli's Cavalli is so Cavalli

    Cavalli's Cavalli is so Cavalli
    ★★★ Roberto Cavalli, like all successful fashion designers, doesn't shrink from putting his name on every aspect of our lives. He does clothing, of course, offering anything animal print for women, men, even babies. He has...
  • L.A.'s most extreme home hits the market at $85 million

    L.A.'s most extreme home hits the market at $85 million
    What may be L.A.’s most extreme home has hit the market in Beverly Hills at $85 million. The cavernous space exudes a testosterone-fueled Hollywood vibe with James Bond, James Dean and Muhammad Ali motifs bolstered by such accessories as a $200,...
  • Kendall Jenner's adventures during New York Fashion Week: a roundup

    Kendall Jenner has made quite the splash as a New York Fashion Week model, strutting her stuff down the spring 2015 runways of big-name fashion houses and closing out her run Thursday at Marc Jacobs' ready-to-wear show. The 5-foot, 10-inch brunet...
  • New York Fashion Week: Optimism and eclecticism are in full bloom

    New York Fashion Week: Optimism and eclecticism are in full bloom
    After 10 days of fashion shows, it's hard to imagine there's a boundary left to push, a color that's gone unused or a silhouette that hasn't been relaxed. While the collections were all over the map (and in some cases, the maps were all over the...