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.
“Don’t wait on your weight to live the life you want,” stated CeCe Olisa, co-founder of theCURVYcon along with Chastity Garner Valentine.
Stella McCartney focuses on designing clothes for women who like clean lines.
Hailing from Washington, D.C., designer Deidre Jefferson looks more like a politician than a designer.
Whether you are on a cruise, beach or boardwalk, the look is usually cool and elegant. At Australia’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, P.E Nation made quite a splash with a sporty, cool collection.
Releasing their fifth offer of wardrobe essentials, Ten Pieces demonstrates the simplicity of dressing with the ultimate sophistication
What a dazzling exhibit! The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents “Jewelry: The Body Transformed,” from Nov. 12, 2018, to Feb. 24, 2019.
Last Friday’s WatchTime event, held at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall, began with a sold-out cocktail party.
At Amsterdam Fashion Week, Netherlands’ designer Rushemy Botter created a fashion furor. New to the circuit, Botter presented a sophisticated, street-cultured collection.
NANA JUDY’s spring/summer ’19 collection, presented at Spring Studios for New York Fashion Week, was inspired by the confident, carefree attitude of the young and free. This designer’s collection received wonderful applause as each model stepped down the runway. The brand continues to push forward with new styles, bold patterns, colors and high-fashioned styles.