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  • Hunting deals with the Budget Fashionista

    Hunting deals with the Budget Fashionista
    For years, I've been nagging Kathryn Finney to take me shopping. That's because I was dying to see her in action. Kathryn, 35, literally wrote the book on frugal clothes shopping ("How to be a Budget Fashionista") and her blog, thebudgetfashionista.com,...
  • New faces at old fashion labels

    New faces at old fashion labels
    When Karl Lagerfeld arrived at Chanel in 1983, the label had degenerated into a glorified fragrance business. But during his tenure, he's turned Chanel into a global force and ushered in a new era in fashion. This "Lazarus movement" has inspired dozens of...
  • Steven Tyler's rockin' fashion style

    Steven Tyler's rockin' fashion style
    When it comes to style on "American Idol," this season, all the action has been at the judges' desk. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Steven Tyler: In the May 15 Image section, an article about Steven Tyler's fashion sense said the rocker wears...
  • Greer's OC: Wines, food at yacht club

    The Wine Knot is a celebration of great wines and good eats happening from 6 to 9 p.m. Jan. 29 at Huntington Harbour Yacht Club in Huntington Beach. Participating wineries and wine boutiques include the Other Guys (Sebastiani Family Wines, Sonoma Valley),...
  • Golden Globes 2012: Fashion risk-taking pays off on red carpet

    Golden Globes 2012: Fashion risk-taking pays off on red carpet
    It was a Golden Globes red carpet with more fashion fizzles than sizzles. Shades of pale were a popular trend, as were fishtail hems. And there was a certain boring sameness to many of the looks, including Bérénice Bejo's blue strapless Gucci gown, Freida...
  • How tastemakers dress for the holiday season

    How tastemakers dress for the holiday season
    Dressing for the holidays is part of the season's fun. But forget the images you see in fashion magazines and on feel-good television commercials. In Southern California, the weather seldom requires swaddling in a plaid cashmere scarf, chunky fleece-...
  • Holiday gifts fit for a fairy tale

    Holiday gifts fit for a fairy tale
    Once upon a time — and by that we mean just a few months ago — it was the old-school horror genre that was being dusted off and repurposed into 21st century popular culture replete with wizards, werewolves, zombies and the hollow-cheeked...
  • Skinny legs and all: The year in fashion

    Skinny legs and all: The year in fashion
    “The best color in the whole world is the one that looks good on you.” — Coco Chanel When I look back on 2011, I'll remember three outrageous fashion moments: all the weird hats guests wore to Kate Middleton and Prince Williams'...
  • Santa makeover: From ho, ho to whoa!

    Santa makeover: From ho, ho to whoa!
    He may have an uncanny knack for knowing who's naughty or nice, mad package delivery skills and a fan base approaching Lady Gaga's, but, sartorially speaking, Santa Claus is in a bit of a rut. It wasn't always this way. Over the years the man also...
  • SAG Awards: Red carpet risk-takers steal the show

    SAG Awards: Red carpet risk-takers steal the show
    The style stakes are heating up this red carpet season, and at the SAG Awards on Sunday night, it was the risks that paid off. The sea of sameness we saw at the Golden Globes gave way to some major individualized fashion statements. Emma Stone's dress...
  • Ever-changing spring

    Ever-changing spring
    Spring is a season of equals and opposites, not just meteorologically speaking. The spring 2012 fashion runways teased trend spotters, showing pajamalike pastels one day and body-hugging neoprene dresses the next. Cropped tops bared midriffs. Peplums...