Tired of decorative rather than practical clothing, more women are demanding deep and plentiful pockets.
The look, now popular with women of all ages, is all about comfort, body positivity and values.
Three ways to sparkle (tastefully) for holiday party season.
This weekend Max's at the Shops at Excelsior & Grand will host a jewelry trunk show showcasing new collections by Tap by Todd…
Federal officials say a nationwide investigation found that a North Carolina women's clothing retail chain discriminated against pregnant workers and workers with disabilities.
A police dog in South Dakota is learning how to walk a beat in snow boots.
A New Jersey woman has her wedding ring back, nine years after she accidentally flushed it down her toilet.
Coco + Carmen and Magnolia and Vine’s Holiday Sample Sale continues from 3 to 8 p.m. today and Fri. All items cost $7 or less…
The magazine is pivoting to digital. It should have gone out of print with a bigger bang.
with entertainment royalty on the runway, too — as Chanel brought its traveling fashion show to New York and the famed Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As a television event, the Victoria's Secret fashion show appears headed for the remainder bin.
To protect the environment, many couples are saying "I do" to Zero-Waste weddings, focusing on sustainability for everything from floral design and dresses to invitations…
President George H.W. Bush said a lot with socks.
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Here's a fashion trend that's good news, if you're an alligator in Louisiana: Prices for skins are down to less than half what they were just five years ago, making for a slow wild harvest.
Payless taught fashion influencers a lesson about shoes by opening a fake store that sold discount shoes at ridiculous prices.
It was a night to celebrate family, learning and brighter futures at the Machine Shop in Minneapolis. The Circle of Impact event, which featured appetizers…
New book "Thank You for Shopping" remembers the golden age of department stores.
Fashion — and even Congress — may be changing, but the lingerie brand clings to its push-up bras and wings.