The retailer's fall lineup looks fabulous.
New York Fashion Week isn't kicking off until next month, but Target got a jump start last night.
The retailer hosted its Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular, celebrating its Fall 2010 collection.
And talk about a celebration: 66 dancers performed a highly choreographed routine, LED lights created brilliant patterns and the show was set to an original musical score by Sam Spiegel, recorded with a 30 piece orchestra.
Stars such as Mary-Louise Parker, Katrina Bowden and Olivia Palermo as well as fashion star/Target expert Nina Garcia attended the extravaganza held at New York City's ultrafashionable Standard Hotel.
M.A.C's new collection includes eye-popping shades and super-shiny glosses.
Inspired by Lady Gaga, M.A.C's latest collection, Dare to Wear, is not for the faint of heart.
It's all about bold, brilliant color for the eyes and lips. And when M.A.C does bold, it's no exaggeration. The colors are bright, intense and will you get you noticed—much like the famous Gaga.
M.A.C, a makeup trend leader and fixture backstage at fashion shows around the globe, promises the collection will deliver "interdimensional one-coat color on the first stroke."
The short boots are my current obsession for fall.
Remember when back-to-school shopping would make you excited for school—and, consequently, fall?
My school days are long behind me, but I still get jazzed for fall fashion.
My current fixation: booties. I recently finished a fashion story on these versatile shoes, which are shorter than traditional boots but taller than shoes.
The jeans-plus-leggings style is hot for fall.
Well, the style isn't going away any time soon.
Investment firm Goldman Sachs says jeggings—denim jeans in a stretchy, leggings silhouette—will be hot for fall.
Great, so happy a style that flatters very few women will dominate the retail stores again. Still determined to wear jeggings?
Think of them like skinny jeans—and team them with looser silhouettes to balance the skinny style. Blouses, tees, slouchy blazers and drapey cardigans would be good matches.
Here are 5 beauty products with dirty-sounding names.
"Go beautifully nude" reads the product description for NARS Orgasm Illuminator, a sheer fluid designed to make skin appear refreshed, radiant and glowing.
Like the glow you get from ... right.
Iluminator, $29, is part of the beauty company's popular Orgasm line—the Orgasm blush, for one, is a cult favorite.
NARS Orgasm is one example in a line of beauty products with dirty-sounding names. We know sex sells, but these are names that you might be embarrassed to say around your mother.
Enter to win a free Lancome bronzer.
It's Friday again—great!
Free makeup? Even better!
Summer may be ending soon, but that doesn't mean you need to lose your summer glow.
What better way to achieve a sun-kissed look than with bronzing powder?
Well guess what?
The decision whether to cover your gray is a personal choice.
One of the first signs of aging is gray hair.
Never mind that gray hair may be trendy now with hipsters like Lady Gaga and Kelly Osbourne; gray hair, if not intentionally dyed gray, means your natural color is fading away, giving way to stubborn white hairs.
Many women loathe gray hair, while some women embrace their silver whites.
Where do you stand when it comes to gray hair?
I recently wrote about whether women should cut their hair as they get older and the comments were overwhelming. The discussions often turned to gray hair: how to cover gray, how to keep gray hair healthy, how gray hair is not becoming and how gray hair can be totally stunning.
Summer may be winding down, but don't forget the SPF.
The realization that the fun-in-the-sun season is ending soon hit me yesterday.
I was sitting at a sparkling blue pool while on a mini-vacation in northern Massachusetts, and the manager said, "It's going to be gorgeous today. You better enjoy it because it won't be long before it's freezing out."