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The blow-out craze that’s been going full steam in Manhattan for the last few years is finally making its way out to the Island. There have been a couple smaller operations, but Aire Blow Dry Bar, which opened earlier this month in Woodbury, seems the most comprehensive to date.
The bright, modern salon has a few add-ons to the blow-out menu -- things like Kerastase treatments, extensions,...Read more »
Through Sept. 29
Drop by Marshs for cocktails and candies during the "Black and Blue"-themed women's fall fashion event; shoppers receive a gift candle with purchase (while supplies last). The store also hosts women's fine-jewelry trunk shows by Jamie Wolf (10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sept. 26), Syna (with designer; 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sept. 28) and Kathleen Dughi (noon-5 p.m., Sept. 29). On Sept....Read more »
Avicii fans love to dress up for his shows, and Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren and Macy's have combined the two-for-one special offer.
The DJ will perform an exclusive concert on Oct. 10 at Manhattan's Roseland Ballroom, which Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren will have transformed into an immersive brand experience.
Official Avicii T-shirts for men and women have been made just for the...Read more »
Katie Jane Hughes, Global Colour Ambassador for butter LONDON and the woman behind the nail looks at 10 New York Fashion Week shows, knows pretty much all there is to know about manicures, but her advice is surprisingly simple.
We chatted with her at butter LONDON's New York Fashion Week lounge at the Soho Grand Hotel in Manhattan on Thursday and found out we're guilty of making some really...Read more »
Fancy fall footwear is tempting us from every store window, but it's not time to put those flip-flops away just yet.
News 12 anchor and fashionista Elisa DiStefano and former Hofstra basketball head coach Mo Cassara are hosting the Sneakers & Sandals Beach Ball at Buoy Bar in Point Lookout Thursday night, giving Long Islanders the chance to enjoy summer with their toes in the sand one...Read more »
To say it has been an exciting few months for H&M shoppers is an understatement.
First, there was the smoking hot summer campaign featuring Beyoncé and some killer swimsuits. Next, the announcement that Isabel Marant would be launching a coveted designer collaboration come fall. Then H&M finally launched e-commerce in the United States, which included the first-ever access stateside...Read more »
J.C. Penney and Joe Fresh create a live orange grove in Manhattan (Seventh Avenue between 46th and 47th streets) with activities for school-age children, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., and shopping for back-to-school items; sale proceeds go to Adopt-a-Classroom. Take home a picture from the photo booth (images are displayed on a Times Square billboard, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday.
Aug. 22 and...Read more »
Designer collaborations for Target are always hyped (They're limited-edition! They're big names! They're cheap!), but Phillip Lim's collection, launching Sept. 15, is hotly anticipated for a few extra reasons:
1. Everyone loves Phillip Lim. He's wearable but unique, feminine but sophisticated, classic but modern. His Target collection takes you from work (structured pants and blazers) to night...Read more »
The Walt Whitman Shops in Huntington Station welcomed its latest addition Thursday-- the first U.S. store for Triumph lingerie.
The vintage, European vibe makes the spot that much sexier-- the company started with six seamstresses in a barn in Germany in 1886 and its heritage is reflected all over the store in black and white photos of lingerie-wearing beauties and displays of old-fashioned...Read more »
During back to school shopping season, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. From commercials to coupons to mailers, there’s an overload of information about where the deals are for all the stuff your kids need this school year.
Even if you are a shopaholic, navigating the mall with your children in tow can be tiring.
“We’re bombarded with too much information to truly process when we’re...Read more »