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  • Denver assembles sparkling show of Cartier jewels Nov 19, 2014 6:00 AM
    More than 250 jewels, timepieces and other luxury accessories crafted by Paris-based jeweler Cartier are now on display as part of an exclusive show at the Denver Art Museum. “Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century” shows how Cartier’s creations both mirrored changes in society and helped pioneer styles through wars, the growing independence of women and interest in designs from beyond the West.

  • What’s in for the holidays, according to makeup artist Carl Ray Nov 18, 2014 5:45 AM
    Carl Ray can’t take credit for Michelle Obama’s strikingly lovely facial features but as the first lady’s makeup artist-in-chief, he is responsible for making them glow from Boston to Beijing, at state dinners, inaugural balls and for TV appearances and magazine covers.

  • Museum tells Helena Rubinstein’s story in art Nov 5, 2014 6:00 AM
    Judgmental, autocratic and wholly self-made after fleeing pre-war Poland as a teen, Helena Rubinstein built a cosmetics empire on the notion that beauty is power. Known to all as Madame, she was a collector of African, Oceanic and Latin American art, eclectic home decor and couture fashion as the face and force of her brand for seven decades. The diminutive powerhouse from Krakow died in 1965, and is the subject of a new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York that highlights her rise, interests and acquisitions in 200 objects.

  • Anna Kendrick on modeling, movies and music Nov 5, 2014 6:00 AM
    Anna Kendrick is in the holiday spirit. “I want it to be Christmas already! I just want to throw a soiree,” she said during a recent interview. Kendrick certainly looked the part, wearing a red, sleeveless party dress with a big, silk bow on the back. The outfit from Kate Spade New York’s holiday collection is featured in the company’s upcoming advertising campaign starring Kendrick. But don’t call the 29-year-old a model.

  • Coco Rocha showcases the art of posing in new book Oct 29, 2014 5:45 AM
    Supermodel Coco Rocha is known for her ability to strike a pose, but she says it wasn’t always appreciated. When she moved to New York, people thought she was overzealous with her posing, but what made her different ended up being appreciated — for the most part, she said. Now she has compiled a coffee-table-style book of 1,000 poses titled, “Study of Pose,” out Tuesday.

  • Everything you need to know about Hello Kitty Oct 29, 2014 6:00 AM
    Hello Kitty didn’t need a backstory — or a mouth — to become a global phenomenon. Her image can be found on anything you can imagine, from the predictable to the not-so-predictable: surfboards, motor oil, an air purifier, kitchen gadgets, fine jewelry, light bulbs and toilet paper. “You could be born in a Hello Kitty maternity ward,” said Dave Marchi, a spokesman for Sanrio, the Japanese company that created Hello Kitty in 1974.

  • Beyonce, Topshop team up to launch athletic wear Oct 27, 2014 11:35 AM
    Want a body like Beyonce’s? Now you can buy clothes she’s designed for exercising. The 33-year-old singer announced Monday that she is merging with British retailer Topshop to launch the company, Parkwood TopShop Athletic Ltd. It is a 50/50 joint venture. The clothing line will be available next fall.

  • Pucker up: Lip balms, treatments having a moment Oct 24, 2014 6:15 AM
    Artisanal or oozing with luxury, lip balms are having a moment. Joining cutesy offerings intended for kids and go-to standards around for years are newer lip scrubs, color tints and balms that ask buyers to put their money where their mouths are for good causes. “There’s definitely an explosion in popularity. It’s sort of the Angelina effect,” said Erin Flaherty, beauty and health director for Marie Claire magazine, referring to the lip-endowed Angelina Jolie.

  • Kimono’s evolution reflects changing Japan Oct 23, 2014 6:00 AM
    It’s difficult to imagine a more eloquent symbol of Japan than the deceptively simple, T-shaped kimono. Traditional yet ever changing, the kimono has evolved dramatically over the past 150 years. Its story encompasses the evolution of weaving, dyeing and embroidery techniques, as well as Japan’s aesthetic, social and even political history. “Kimono: A Modern History,” on view at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art through Jan. 19, 2015, is a tour de force in textiles.

  • From Kors to DVF, fashion mourns de la Renta Oct 21, 2014 2:34 PM
    Fun, sunny, romantic. Oscar de la Renta approached fashion and life on those terms, but there was more, so much more, those who loved and admired the designer say.News: The “more,” Vogue’s Anna Wintour wrote Tuesday on the magazine’s website, was “democratic.”

  • Fashion guru Oscar de la Renta dies at 82 Oct 21, 2014 12:28 AM
    Oscar de la Renta, the Dominican-born fashion designer who spent more than 50 years dressing royalty, Hollywood celebrities and U.S. first ladies from Jacqueline Kennedy to Hillary Clinton, died Monday, the New York Times reported. He was 82 years old.

  • Images: Oscar de la Renta's fashions Oct 21, 2014 12:32 AM
    Oscar de la Renta, who died Monday at 82, shaped American couture half a century ago when it emerged as a serious rival to European fashion designers. His specialty was evening gowns, and celebrities from Penelope Cruz and Sarah Jessica Parker to former first ladies Laura Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton wore his creations.

  • Fashion: The hidden story of Brooks Brothers Oct 19, 2014 6:22 AM
    The venerable men’s clothier Brooks Brothers has been a fixture in New York since being founded there in 1818. It has weathered 125 years in the fashion industry and has gone from Civil War uniforms to cutting-edge style. All while transitioning from a family to corporate ownership. But always with style.

  • Tory Burch book gives look at what inspires her Oct 15, 2014 5:45 AM
    Tory Burch’s new book is all about color, a compilation of the influences that inspire her, from people to music to art to culture to travel to home design. “It’s this eclectic mix, and that’s really what our company’s about as well, so it made perfect sense,” Burch said. “Tory Burch in Color,” released Tuesday, is arranged by color, with each chapter featuring photographs and anecdotes related to a different hue.

  • Too soon? How about not at all for Ebola Halloween Oct 14, 2014 12:34 PM
    No holiday screams pop culture controversy quite like Halloween. So what’s the costume flap of the year? It might just be Ebola, as in Ebola zombies, sexy Ebola patients and faux protective gear. The idea of riffing on the crisis for Halloween “definitely rubs me the wrong way,” said Philadelphia physician's assistant Maria McKenna, who works with post-surgical patients at a hospital.

  • Schaumburg hosts crime prevention fashion show for seniors Oct. 28 Oct 13, 2014 2:11 PM
    The Village of Schaumburg Support Our Seniors Council will hold a Crime Prevention Fashion Show for seniors at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Prairie Center for the Arts. The show will provide seniors with crime prevention information and raise awareness of public and private sector service employees who assist the public.

  • Betty Halbreich talks closets, mirrors in new book Oct 10, 2014 6:00 AM
    Clothes and how to wear them have been a constant in Betty Halbreich’s life for most of her 86 years. Good thing she landed a job at Bergdorf Goodman as a personal shopper nearly four decades ago. She lays out her life in a new book, “I’ll Drink to That: A Life in Style with a Twist,” co-written by Rebecca Paley and released in September by Penguin Press.

  • Nina Ricci chooses Guillaume Henry as new designer Oct 8, 2014 6:00 AM
    Parisian fashion house Nina Ricci has announced designer Guillaume Henry as its new creative director, following the departure of Peter Copping last month. Critical darling Henry came to prominence as the Carven house designer, since 2009, and was seen to give the house a new creative edge.

  • Galliano’s back, joining Martin Margiela Oct 8, 2014 5:30 AM
    John Galliano will be designing fashion again, joining Paris house Martin Margiela, three years after leaving the business in disgrace. Galliano, after a long career at Christian Dior, left fashion in 2011 after he was caught on video slurring “I love Hitler.” He was dismissed from Dior, left his namesake label and was convicted by a French court on complaints of anti-Semitic behavior.

  • ‘Uncommon Threads’ fashion-art show returns to St. Charles Oct 5, 2014 5:03 PM
    Tickets are now on sale for "Uncommon Threads," the annual one-of-a-kind wearable art show and luncheon, presented by Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles. Superlative wearable art is the focus of this event, which brings together phenomenal textiles and accessories created by local and national artists.

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