| Mar 21, 2010
Call it the Forever 21 effect, or fast fashion. Americans are buying, and discarding, clothes more quickly than ever. The average American throws 54 pounds of clothes and shoes into the trash each year. That adds up to about 9 million tons of wearables...
| Jul 30, 2009
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He may be a Grammy award-winning College Dropout but it appears rapper Kanye West is trying to recoup the college experience he missed out on.
The music mogul scored a summer internship - not in the world of music - but the in world of fashion....
| Aug 3, 2009
DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger, GAP, Banana Republic? Not the names you're used to seeing grace the glossy pages of the fashion bible, Vogue Magazine. Holly Quartaro, of Galleria Dallas, says, "I do read Vogue and when I saw this article I was shocked. It's not...
| Sep 4, 2009
Patrick Robinson, Head Designer for The Gap, says, "It's almost our birthright to wear denim. There is something that says your sexy, your cool you're an American."
But when it comes to the classic staple, you often get what you pay for. Angel Farhoud...
| Sep 1, 2009
For the first time in over a decade Seattle's King Street Station clock tower has the correct time on all four faces.
Today mayor greg nickels threw the switch to set it in motion.
With a flip of the switch and the Jimi Hendrix song, "All Along The...
| Feb 15, 2010
For fashionistas on a budget, vintage and thrift stores have always been a way to reinvent clothes and yourself.
"This was bought in New York and so in my mind the story I'm creating is a gal who was in love with the whole scene from the late 70's the...
| Jul 23, 2000
Not bad, for a baker who got his start rolling dough in the basement of an East Baltimore rowhouse.
On a recent afternoon, John Paterakis Sr. stood on the roof of a nine-story office tower he's building near Fells Point and inspected the army of more...