This season save some pumpkin for your skin. According to Shobha Salon, the enzymes in pumpkin help exfoliate skin!
According to Shobha Salon, pumpkin enzymes help stop breakouts by exfoliating skin. While honey, which Shobha recommends adding to the treatment, keeps skin soft.
From quilted bags and costume jewelry to tweed jackets, designers and retailers continue to make Chanel-looking merchandise. The result? 'Chanel' is everywhere—at all prices.
Every season, the Chanel fashion influences are everywhere. This fall and winter is no exception.
The ubiquitous quilting, chain strap bags, chain belts, chain details on accessories and clothes—so very Chanel. Tweed jackets and gobs of jewelry—big, over-the-top sparkly costume pieces and layered pearl necklaces—very Chanel.
One British editor says people who sport brand names are morons and brand snobs.
One reader asked that question to Hadley Freeman, an editor at the U.K.-based Guardian. Her answer was not subtle.
Love the whimsical, feminine styles of the French fashion house? Then you may want to brave the fashion hoards for this limited-edition collection arriving at select stores Nov. 20.
Oh, the tulle, ribbons, jeweled accents, embroidery and whimsical prints....it's these kinds of ultra-feminine details that make gals whip out their wallets and plop down close to $2,000 on a clutch bag.
Well guess what fashion lovers? In case you haven't heard, the oldest French fashion house (Jeanne Lanvin founded the label in 1889) is teaming with the hippest cheap chic retailer. The limited-edition Lanvin collection arrives at select H&M stores Nov. 20.
"We created a dream and I hope it makes you feel good," said Alber Elbaz, designer of Lanvin since 2001, in a taped video. "Just take a floral dress, take a tuxedo. Just enjoy this kind of tulle and T-shirt and printed dresses. We wanted to have more people around the world be able to afford it. That's why I was behind the project."
Once again, we're hosting a makeup giveaway and this time, it's really good.
Can you believe Thanksgiving—the official holiday kickoff—is less than three weeks away?
Is your makeup ready for the holidays? Maybe you will win a fabulous new holiday makeup collection.
We turn to The Dude--y'know, the impossibly cool namesake character from The Big Lebowski--for advice on all kinds of stuff, from evading kidnappers to making the perfect White Russian.
We never thought he'd be our style inspiration for the fall 2010 season. And yet!
His signature schleppy look is all over the runways, in stores and on celebs this season (minus the pajama pants, of course). Yes dolls, we're talking Fair Isle sweaters, a traditional knit that gets its name from a tiny island north of Scotland where the technique was first developed. We're used to seeing them apres ski and in woodsy winter towns, but this season they're officially fashionable.
There was a story in the The New York Times over the weekend that claims that not hitting the shower is all the rage at the moment.
The arguments against sudsing up? It's bad for the environment, dries out your skin, eliminates the good bacteria on your body and just generally isn't necessary with our lifestyle these days.
The article states that "a contingent of renegades deliberately forgoes daily bathing and other gold standards of personal hygiene, like frequent shampooing and deodorant use."
The fashion house was ordered to destroy all merchandise with Hells Angels' skull logo.
Don't mess with the Hells Angels.
The biker group filed a lawsuit over Alexander McQueen's designs featuring their name and death head skull logo—and won.
The fashion house, Saks Fifth Avenue and Zappos.com have agreed to pull all merchandise referencing the Angels' name and logo from their Web sites and stores—including rings, clutches, the famous "Hells Angels Jacquard Box Dress" and pashmina.