The Northern states are iced in and the First Lady gives voice to a nation without hope. We have five stories you need to read for today.
China stole one of our drones, Uber’s driverless cars are causing trouble, and model agencies are fixing prices. Here’s what you should know.
There’s a new feud in the fashion world, the Golden Globe nominations were announced, and, oh yeah, newsy stuff happened.
Business of Fashion and McKinsey & Co. have identified 10 trends in fashion for 2017. We take a look at all ten and what they mean.
Not shopping for an entire year could have a fantastic impact on your pocket book. But if we all did it, the results could be disastrous.
You forgot to make an appointment with your hair stylist and now you’re considering DIY box color. DON’T DO IT! Avoid a bad hair season.
The average American woman has gone from size 14 to size 20. Does this mean we should change sizing or, perhaps, our diet?
For all the fear, the anxiety, the depression, and the worry, we put together a playlist to help get you through the days ahead.
The British edition of Vogue dared ask if cleavage might be dead. Not only do we say cleavage is alive, we back it up with pictures.
All the data being collected on our shopping habits can be used to create an extremely personalized shopping experience. How that works is a bit creepy.
Despite major label denial, the BBC finds that child labor among Syrian refugee children is common in garment manufacturers. Could the US be next?
Today is No Bra Day! While I don’t wear one myself we celebrate those for whom this is a day of freedom with the hope that you never have to put one on again.
Americans are all about being competitive, so why not extend that to how we dress by making street style a competitive sport? This could be a good thing!
What is an old man like me doing up watching the Chanel fashion show so early in the morning? Because fashion shows are more than just fashion.
Vogue magazine declares that your nipples are free — just in time for winter. Despite that climatological irony, it still isn’t the time to party just yet.
Searching for something good, we found matters of language, how we shop, and who we are all waiting to be discovered. Explore with us.
Children see the future in a most idealistic way. Does the future we fashion for them match their ideals? Why not?
Is there life outside the all-consuming fashion weeks? Apparently so, since everyone else is still living. We took a moment to examine what else is going on
Seeing all those sexy looks on the runway is one thing, but would you actually wear these out in public? Our comments are open. We want your opinion.
We’re seeing some incredibly sexy and sheer fashion on the New York runways this week. Is Indianapolis ready for these new styles or are adjustments needed?
Only you get to decide what is appropriate for you to wear. So, why do I keep seeing articles where someone tries to tell you differently?
Fashion depends on and is heavily invested in new and emerging technologies. When technology fails, though, can we still continues to succeed?
To say that this season’s fashion weeks are something of a circus might end up being an understatement. NYFW is just starting the clowns have taken over.
Our coverage of NYFW starts today. While we won’t be there in person, we do have some tricks for watching everything from Indiana. You should join us.
NYFW officially starts Thursday but we’ll be watching early shows tomorrow as see-now, buy-now tries to prove it can succeed. This could get interesting.
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