| Mar 21, 2010
The idea of orange makeup may conjure up images of circus clowns or overly tanned women sporting neon coral lipstick on a sweltering day. But this spring, orange and coral hues are looking fresh, modern and totally wearable.
From highly pigmented poppy...
| Mar 21, 2010
Redheads hold an iconic place in American pop culture. There's the voluptuous come-hither trappings of Rita Hayworth and cartoon sex bomb Jessica Rabbit; the comedic zaniness of Lucille Ball, Debra Messing, Carrot Top and Conan O'Brien; and the girl-next-...
| Sep 2, 2009
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3.1 Phillip Lim Los Angeles
6 to 11 p.m.
631 N. Robertson Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Remember that Phillip Lim piece you almost bought a couple years ago? Now's your chance to grab it. The designer is re-imagining five signature pieces...
| Jul 11, 2010
Don't want to stumble through the sand on laser-cut platforms at a Malibu beach party? Rubber flip-flops too casual? Tkees, a collection of dressy leather sandals, are a beachy choice with an interesting slogan: Cosmetics for your feet.
| Apr 5, 2009
Cajun Shrimp. I'm Not Really a Waitress. You Don't Know Jacques. The name on the bottom of a bottle of OPI nail polish can sometimes be more colorful than the shade itself.
Now OPI has gathered its vast array of hues at ROB|B, its first salon, which...
| Apr 5, 2009
Sixty-nine of the shades OPI currently makes are reds. I'm Not Really a Waitress, a flirty pinkish-red, is its best-selling polish.
OPI (pronounced oh-pee-eye) has created 730 shades of nail polish to date. Hundreds are...
| Apr 15, 2007
New York — IF Tom Ford's much-anticipated sequel had been the movie he said it would be instead of a menswear collection, it might well have been titled "Ford Almighty."
Three years after his high-profile departure as creative director of Gucci and...
| Mar 18, 2007
JUST when you're finally able to score a bottle of Chanel's Black Satin, white is the new black. The spring runways (think Behnaz Sarafpour and Phillip Lim) were alight with creamy opaque white nails.
Why white? Why now? It's retro-modern, elegant,...
| May 6, 2007
THE day began like any other in 1961, and for Fred Hayman, right, resident manager of the Beverly Hilton, that meant buttoning into a three-piece suit and pushing a pressed hankie into his pocket. But today if he dressed more carefully, it was because...
| Nov 20, 2007
Good doctors used to be identified by fairly standard measures: where they trained, whether they were board-certified and if they were in good standing with the state medical board.
But the explosion of reality TV shows in the last four years has upset...
| Jan 15, 2008
Altagracia Valdez is dreaming of a perfect pink Cadillac. All she has to do to win it, according to her boss at Mary Kay Inc., is expand her list of conocidos.
Those familiar connections, she says, can adorn Valdez's 60-year-old hands with diamond rings,...