One day in high school, when Adrienne Vendetti Hodges was being teased yet again about her copper-colored hair, she realized she had two choices. Give the guy the satisfaction of knowing he was bothering her or tell him: “I love my red hair. It’s awesome.”
SEATTLE - Luxury smells like exotic flowers. It tastes like peppermint tea. It sounds like bracelets jangling. It feels like fingers running through a mane of curly hair. And it looks like Diane von Furstenberg.
When the seasons change, it’s easy to feel like you need an all-new wardrobe. Not so fast. Instead of splurging on seasonal trends, consider supplementing your closet with thrift store and vintage finds.
Homeland Security agents Tuesday visited Peregrine Honig’s Birdies Panties in the Crossroads and confiscated her supply of Lucky Royals boyshorts, which they say violated major league baseball copyright.
Oscar de la Renta, the Dominican-born fashion designer who reshaped the public image of first ladies, society muses and red-carpet regulars with grand evening wear that celebrated Latin sensuality, European refinement and American versatility, died Monday at his home in Kent, Conn. He was 82.
It’s probably an age thing, but in my opinion and in that of many of my friends, automation equals frustration. No, not always, but could we just go back to hearing a live, breathing customer service human being on the phone?
Fall holds so many joys. The brutal heat of summer has let up, and the brilliant hues of the season are starting to show up on trees, bushes – and in clothing. But for the working woman, the return of autumn can lead to questions.