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If you like Topshop, Twitter and trick-or-treating, you’re in luck.
The international retailer seeks to digitalize Halloween by hosting a Twitter competition to celebrate its first Halloween collection, “Witching Hour.” Between Oct. 26-31, customers can tweet to @Topshop their favorite Halloween style tips or a photo of their costume with the hashtag #TrickorTweet on Twitter or Instagram.
“We...Read more »
After attending a private shopping party Friday night at H&M in Manhattan, 21-year-old Sara Oldmixon spent Saturday with designers Pamela Love, Olivier Theyskens and Rachel Roy, to name a few.
Oldmixon, who grew up in Massapequa and will graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology in December with a degree in advertising marketing communications, was one of the 525 students from...Read more »
So many Long Island girls have grown up wearing Juicy Couture, and the brand is determined to grow with them.
They're not ditching their track suits and the other fun, casual styles that made Juicy a hit in high schools everywhere when they first began, but they have introduced more sophistication-- think black coated jeans, lace dresses and fur coats-- and even updated velour.
"We've...Read more »
Black Friday is still a month away, but as the competition has grown in recent years, retailers are advertising their sales earlier than ever.
Michael Brim, founder of BFAds.net, a website that pulls together the top Black Friday ads from retailers across the country, has already began compiling deal announcements from Harbor Freight, a company that sells tools, Build a Bear, and other...Read more »
Not just "The Munsters" TV show (the pilot episode for "Mockingbird Lane," a possible NBC remake starring Jerry O'Connell and Portia de Rossi, airs Oct. 26), but also the shoe!
John Fluevog is reissuing his '90s classic, the Munster. The 4-inch Louis XIV heel ($349) first caused a stir when worn by Lady Miss Kier on Deee-lite's...Read more »
The most stylish costumes for kids this Halloween come from H&M, with its All for Children collection of dress-up pieces for ages 2 to 8.
Best of all, 25 percent of proceeds benefit UNICEF.
The line, from $6.95 to $59.95, includes animal heads, a rabbit suit, wizard hats, capes and more -- plus sweet dresses, blazers, sweaters and coats; now at H&M stores, including...Read more »
If only you could spritz stress away. Aromatherapist Adora Winquist is giving it a try with Clear Away, part of her Opus Gaia line. Made of essential oils of grapefruit, sage, lemon and peppermint, it's said to give you a feeling of calm and purity; $15 ($4.99 travel size), at Whole Foods stores or opusgaia.com. Aromatic Blends is a line of body products from Kiehl's, available...Read more »
Aeropostale opened a lively new concept store at Roosevelt Field mall Friday geared toward teens.
There are iPad stations with build your own outfit guides, letting shoppers style looks and email them to friends. There are chalk boards all over the walls and places to leave your own notes. You can choose your own tunes as you try on clothes in one of the five dressing rooms, each inspired...Read more »
School on a Saturday?
Teen Vogue has us sharpening our pencils in anticipation.
Yes, it does sound crazy, but we're talking teachers like Nicole Richie, Olivier Theyskens and Phillip Lim giving the inside scoop on how to make it in the fashion industry.
The best part? You don't even have to get out of bed to attend.
To join the webinar and view six seminars...Read more »
Second Time Around has become a favorite spot among savvy New York shoppers, and now deal hunters will be three times more likely to find the designer discounts they seek.
The upscale consignment chain opened three new Manhattan stores this week, on the Upper East Side, Upper West Side and Gramercy Park, adding to their six established locations.
They will also be bringing their coveted...Read more »