There are two types of wealthy people. Those who go on reality television to show off their private jets and bling and Caribbean estates. And then there are rich people who are also cheapskates, and won’t spend money on peculiar things, like clothes. (Come to think of it, Daddy Warbucks did wear pretty much the same outfit every day.) Or so it seems, according to surprising new research about where they shop. Check out the full infographic after the jump. Keep reading »
No offense, Jennifer Lopez, but I wouldn’t be caught dead watching “The Back-up Plan.” (I don’t think I bought a ticket for “Maid In Manhattan”, either.) However, I could feast my eyes on this catty Monique Lhuillier gown all day. Rawr, and stuff. [Miami, 4/14/10] Keep reading »
When the economy hit its first slump, the fashion industry became one of the many lenses through which we measured the damage. So, it’s only natural to gauge the recession’s overall improvement by monitoring positive changes in the fashion world. Today, The New York Times asserts that a resurgence of bright, bold clothing is a tell-tale sign that the economy is recovering.
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It goes without saying that drunk online shopping can get you in all kinds of trouble ranging from the ha-ha kind to the way serious variety. But it’s not just when you buy, but what you purchase. While e-commerce has made all of our lives a hell of a lot easier–anyone miss the mall? didn’t think so–it can be a territory fraught with danger. And man, having to pack something up and return it by mail is a total drag. Ladies, don’t make the same mistakes that I did. After the jump, six ways things can go very wrong. Keep reading »
We’ve heard quite a few people complain that this season of “American Idol” is, well, lackluster. Where are the show-stopping, tear-inducing performances? While we haven’t gotten goosebumps listening to the contestants sing, we couldn’t take our eyes off Siobhan Magnus’s cute bracelets (which she wore with floral Dr. Martens). Lenora Dame designed the animal-covered decoupage bangles, and her fun, eclectic jewelry mixes old and new materials — and almost all of it cost less than $100. Click through to see four of our favorite pieces from Lenora Dame’s line. Keep reading »
Tonight marks the launch of Zac Posen‘s 24-hour Target pop-up shop in New York City where fashion lovers will have the chance to purchase their favorite looks, but the store’s already looking forward at their two newest designers. We already introduced you to one of the upcoming creators, Gaby Basora, explaining how you’ll fall for her precious florals and rompers, but there’s a second designer to get to know, and she’ll provide perfect accessories for your wardrobe. Keep reading »