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Designer Isabel Toledo, worn most-famously by Michelle Obama at the 2009 Presidential Inauguration, has partnered with Lane Bryant to create the plus size retailer's first-ever designer collection.
The line, priced from $98 to $178, includes jackets, tops and dresses featuring Toledo's signature textures and fun, metallic prints.
“It’s really about proportion and fit, which can be a...Read more »
Say goodbye to dark circles and hello to looking refreshed with these new products:
1. You could cover your eyes with cucumber slices, but better, try Radical Skincare's new Eye Revive Créme with soothing cucumber extract. Full of antioxidants like acai berry and grape seed extract, the product targets wrinkles and puffiness, while improving firmness, $125; at radicalskincare.com.
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Through April 3
HENRI BENDEL is giving customers a limited-edition canvas tote bag when they make a $150 or more purchase at Walt Whitman Shops (631-421-2053), Manhattan (212-247-1100), or online.
March 27 to 29
TALLULAH hosts the Gustavo Cadile eveningwear trunk show, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Woodbury Common, 8285 Jericho Tpke., Woodbury; 516-367-8010.
Stop by...Read more »
The idea of spring cleaning may have you dreading the new season, but it doesn't have to be all mops, brooms and doom. Your annual clear-out can also be the perfect excuse to change up your home decor, and now thanks to Re-Decorate, you can do it on the cheap.
The new consignment store, owned by interior designer Keith Baltimore, just opened in Roslyn. "It's a cool place for a two-way relationship...Read more »
Prom season is just around the corner and while some teens are worrying about how to pick the perfect dress, some are worrying about how they're going to be able to afford one.
If you have a used gown taking up space in your closet, there are tons of drop-off sites all around Long Island where you can donate your dress to girls in need.
1. NASSAU BOCES BARRY TECH1196 Prospect Ave., Westbury,...Read more »
Seven years after publication of her first book, “Style A to Zoe: The Art of Fashion, Beauty & Everything Glamour,” Rachel Zoe, the celebrity stylist, reality show star and designer of an eponymous clothing line, has a brand new perspective on life and a brand new book.
In “Living In Style: Inspiration and Advice for Everyday Glamour,” ($28; Grand Central Publishing) Zoe, 42, has turned...Read more »
Clinton Kelly is a great communicator -- 10 years on the TLC hit, “What Not To Wear,” host of ABC’s “The Chew,” author of a slew of lifestyle/entertaining books and now, the born and bred Long Islander, has collaborated on a sassy, new line of greeting cards with Papyrus.
Anyone who has ever watched or read Kelly knows he has a special way of saying things. And the greeting cards...Read more »
Reality TV star Ashlee White emcees a SPRING FLING FASHION SHOW ) at Commisso and Company Salon, showcasing local boutiques and the latest hairstyles. Cocktails and appetizers will be served, 6-8 p.m., at 30 Main St., Port Washington; 516-767-7460.
Enjoy a LADIES' NIGHT OUT of shopping, free makeovers, a fashion show (7:30 p.m.) and more, 6-10 p.m., at the Holiday...Read more »
Haircut and color of the moment might just be “Claire hair,” inspired by that gorgeous, icy villainess Claire Underwood, played by Robin Wright on the Netflix hit, “House of Cards.” Two-toned, with a lighter top and dark underside (mirroring the character herself), the boyish cut “is definitely becoming increasingly popular,” says Jamie Mazzei, the creative director of nuBest Salon and Spa in Manhasset,...Read more »
Ever since the release of her debut single "Royals," Lorde has pretty much been dominating the music industry -- and the 17-year-old crooner has no plans of stopping there. The Grammy-winning teen just announced plans to jump into the beauty world with the launch of a new line of makeup with MAC Cosmetics this summer.
"I have loved MAC Cosmetics since I was a little kid. I remember saving...Read more »