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  • Breezy summer style to the maxi

    As we transition into steamy temperatures, it's becoming apparent that the maxi dress is here to stay. Maxi dresses started their ascent to ubiquity last summer. Though they'd been around as a beach staple for years, the majority of the population -...
  • Keep your spirits and wardrobe bright, even when it's freezing

    Keep your spirits and wardrobe bright, even when it's freezing
    It appears that Punxsutawney Phil was wrong this year. Spring is definitely not coming early. Across the nation, it is still, for lack of a more effective phrase, pretty freaking cold. I was almost blown off the street by the wind walking to my bus...
  • Collaborative efforts can help enhance your personal collection

    Collaborative efforts can help enhance your personal collection
    The rise of designer collaborations is one of the best things to happen to your small yet stylish budget in recent years. These partnerships are sometimes called high-low collaborations, meaning that a high-fashion designer will create a collection for...
  • How to master the art of monochrome

    In a fashion climate where fuchsia goes with tangerine and polka dots go with stripes, the idea of wearing pieces that are all the same color probably isn't on your radar. What's more, monochrome outfits don't have the greatest track record, historically...
  • Kate Upton suits up for Sports Illustrated cover

    Kate Upton suits up for Sports Illustrated cover
    Kate Upton is on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated. But for the first time, she's not in a tiny swimsuit. Instead she's wearing a baseball uniform, posed between Atlanta Braves' brothers B.J. and Justin Upton (to whom she is not related). [The...
  • Mick Jagger helps L'Wren Scott celebrate Banana Republic collection

    Mick Jagger helps L'Wren Scott celebrate Banana Republic collection
    Rolling Stone Mick Jagger helped his girlfriend L'Wren Scott celebrate her holiday collection with Banana Republic at a launch party Tuesday night at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. [Examiner] Adam Levine, named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive,...
  • New dancing destination in Allentown

    The owners of the Cosmopolitan Restaurant are hoping their latest business venture, Wave Nightclub, will make a splash as a "true dance club" in the Lehigh Valley. The two-story venue, which opened Oct. 25 atop the downtown Allentown restaurant,...
  • A new outlet mall is sprouting north of the Grapevine

    A new outlet mall is sprouting north of the Grapevine
    After a tedious car trip along Interstate 5's fabled Grapevine stretching north through the Tehachapi Mountains, nothing seems more welcome at times than the oasis of ready food and hot coffee brewing. Soon, you can do some serious shopping too. One...
  • Sasha Obama's unicorn sweater sells out, will be restocked by Asos

    When Sasha Obama wore an Asos sweater emblazoned with a unicorn to a basketball game last weekend, the garment promptly sold out. But supply seems to follow demand: Asos announced on its blog that the sweater will be back in stock Dec. 2. [Racked]...
  • Cameron Silver curates a vintage collection for Tommy Hilfiger

    Cameron Silver curates a vintage collection for Tommy Hilfiger
    A one-off capsule collection of vintage apparel and accessories curated by Decades co-owner Cameron Silver -- with the Tommy Hilfiger aesthetic in mind -- made its debut at the latter's West Hollywood flagship store Thursday. Dubbed the Cameron Silver...
  • Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving

    Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving
    When retailers opened on Thanksgiving last year, workers protested outside stores and holiday purists grumbled online — a distracting sideshow in what ultimately proved to be a less-than-robust sales season. Still, 35 million Americans showed up...