In South Beach, Fla., the Funkshion Fashion Week presentations were a hot splash of colors and savvy swimwear styles. The shows, starting at 7 p.m., were a pleasant way to spend an evening.
Men’s spring/summer 2017 Fashion Week presentations went off without a hitch in New York last week.
Designer Edwing D’Angelo rolled right into the third edition of New York Fashion Week with a fascinating menswear collection.
Cape May, N.J., features gorgeous Victorian houses on every street.
Opening day at The Club by Dominik Mager, an upscale hair salon conveniently located at 2276 Frederick Douglass Blvd. near 122nd Street, was a huge success. And from July 11-16, they are offering a 20 percent discount on all services.
At Ms. P’s Hair Studio at 280 W. 117th St., Harlem, N.Y, summer hair is turned out in a wide variety of styles.
A long-time footwear company adds color, glitter and glamour to their holiday footwear collection.
The womenswear label Georgia Alice is dedicated to creating modern, luxurious ready-to-wear.
This summer, the variety of weather climates urges you to have a variety of clothes in your closet.
Designer Agnese Narnicka’s brand, One Wolf, founded in 2010, offers high-fashioned street clothes for men.
It’s summertime, and the fashion look is cool and easy. A number of designers showed a wide array of prints, short and long dresses and swimsuits with cover-ups.
Whether you are on the beach, a boat or the boardwalk, pretty prints are the way to go.
On top, there are woven, off-the-shoulder blouses that look quite feminine over peasant and poet-styled blouson skirts.
At Malan Breton’s autumn/winter ’16 presentation for New York Fashion Week, the collection was filled with classic cuts that bordered on sporty styles in functional shapes for a modern lifestyle.
With the age of technology moving so fast, keeping up with all the new beauty apps can get hectic.