If you are looking for a new, modern approach to doing your hair, stop in at The Dollmaker Studio, located at 813 Malcom X Blvd., between West 120th Street and West 119th Street in Harlem, N.Y.
It’s fashion week in New York City! With their fabulous clothes, designers are telling amazing stories.
The newest trends for spring focus on 1980s looks. Say goodbye to slip dresses, minimalism and hello to the material girl.
Ruth E. Carter is celebrating her third Oscar nomination, this time for Best Costume Designer for the film “Black Panther,” directed by Ryan Coogler.
Marni’s designs clearly define artsy looks. The clothes have an old-fashioned flare with today’s street-style edge.
The jumpsuit created by designer Rinat Brodach made a fashion statement on Billy Porter for the 24th Critics’ Choice Awards.
When you reach a certain age, some might say you are “over the hill.” But for many folks, life only grows as you age.
The Pop Art Movement’s masters’ prints will be on view at the Martin Lawrence Galleries, located at 3333 Bear St., Costa Mesa, Calif., starting Jan. 26, 2019.
While walking around the city of Nassau, Bahamas on the Island of New Providence, you notice many women sporting Systems necklaces.
It’s been interesting to watch how men have become much more relaxed about putting themselves together.
In Paris, New Now offers extra visibility to emerging young designers.
Patricia Field’s art fashion team is in Miami for December, where they are putting on a hot fashion show filled with lights, cameras and fashion action on the back terrace of Wynwood Block.
At Miami Fashion Week, there were several collections that were noteworthy.
Her goal was to create a spring ’19 collection with no-nonsense high style. It’s exactly what Staud achieved with her spring ’19 collection, presented at a lovely luncheon at Lauree for New York Fashion Week.
Christmas is right around the corner, and it’s helpful to know about some places to shop on the way home! At SoHarlem, located at 1361 Amsterdam Ave., Suite 340, the spotlight is on milliner Amanda John.