MONACO-- The glittering star power of Cannes migrated up the coast to Monaco for front-row seats at Dior's colorful, sexy cruise fashion show. With the Mediterranean Sea the picturesque backdrop, Dior showcased its 2014 collection on Saturday night.» Read More
When you see the Opening Ceremony tonight, it might be hard to resist saying "I want that" as Team USA strolls by.
Women and jeans are not a match made in heaven. We spend our entire lives trying to find jeans that fit, jeans that don't make us look fat, jeans that might actually be comfortable.
Valentine's Day is just a few days away but you haven't even thought about it, have you? Here's a gift you probably didn't think of—and She. Is. Gonna. LOVE. It. Plus, a little something for the men.
Renowned fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier won't let a little thing like the recession spoil his catwalk creations. At Paris Fashion Week he gave CNBC his tips for breaking into the fashion industry during tough times.
Another year, another amusing award bestowed upon yours truly by hard-hitting political consultant and fashion aficionado Roger Stone.
As Tiger Woods tries to hold on to his endorsements, his wife Elin was rumored to be scoring one. Early this morning, TMZ reported that Elin, who has done some modeling work, is “very close” to signing a deal with Puma’s Tretorn brand. The brand, which specializes in boots, shoes and tennis balls, was founded and is still headquartered in Elin’s native Sweden.
The alligator skin business has soured as of late. Last year Louisiana farmers, who produce most of the world’s alligator skins, collected over 500,000 eggs from the wild. This year, for the first time, most farmers did not pick up any. The New York Times reports.
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show attracts a big TV audience every year as millions tune in to gawk at leggy models strutting down the runway in lingerie.
For many women, a $1,000 dress is something they admire in the pages of a magazine. But a nascent Web site called Rent the Runway is hoping to make high-end fashions much more accessible and almost as easy as renting a movie from Netflix, says the New York Times.
The Versace fashion house on Wednesday announced it will cut 350 jobs worldwide as part of a reorganization aimed at returning the group to profitability in 2011.
Norma Kamali didn't exactly see the recession coming. She just happened to be positioned perfectly when it hit.
Last week we made quite a splash writing about Winkers Jeans, the jeans that "wink" at you if you are walking behind someone's...behind...who is wearing them. The YouTube video demonstrating how the jeans "work" is now closing in on 650,000 hits.
As another new fashion season debuts, against the chilliest retail climate in years, many believe this is not merely a difficult moment for high-end retail but a defining one as well.
If an iPhone app is good or crazy, it’s going to get a lot of attention and certainly draw some downloads. While it’s probably not cool to have the medicinal marijuana locator app on your iPhone, the new iPhone app from Puma has all the ingredients of scoring plenty of viral buzz.
I've found it. An American-made product which can defeat terrorism without firing a shot- Winkers jeans. The jeans, created by retired Seattle designer William Jones, "wink" at you if you're walking behind someone wearing them.
The growing demand for vintage apparel has produced a surge of collectors on the prowl for pieces that reflect the craftsmanship and one-of-a-kind flair of a bygone era— not to mention the potential for investment returns.
I give up. Just when I think I've seen it all...suddenly, there's Handerpants. "Underwear for your hands!" proclaims the marketers of the fingerless gloves designed to look like men's briefs.
Friday I got to dress up my basset hound, Homer, in a new, as-yet-to-be-released, beach knapsack made especially for dogs by Body Glove.....Pet products and services are a $40 billion business in the U.S. which may be recession-proof, so everybody would like to dive in.
In Hollywood, hard times are summoning a distinctly local response: maintaining a fabulous facade on the cheap while paring expenses behind the scenes. The New York Times reports.
Apparently there are so many fans wanting to buy the same hat Aretha Franklin wore to President Obama's inauguration that the Queen of Soul wants a cut of sales.