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We've all watched David Tutera make even the craziest of brides' dreams come true on WEtv's "My Fair Wedding." From the venue and decor to the food and entertainment, the man seems to make miracles happen.
Now take Tutera's event planning genius and add racks full of designer gowns from Manhattan-based rental site Rent the Runway, plus fashion industry experts including Teen Vogue...Read more »
It's been almost four months since superstorm Sandy blew through Long Island and the surrounding areas, but many are still trying to recover.
To help, Marchesa co-founder Georgina Chapman has designed a one-of-a-kind I love New York T-shirt to benefit Doctors of the World-USA's Hurricane Sandy relief campaign to help provide long-term health care services to severely affected residents of...Read more »
From hosting food and clothing drives to donating a portion of sales to local charities, these stores, spas and pop-ups are offering ways to help those affected by superstorm Sandy while you shop. Now through Dec. 20 The Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue have put together an online auction at CharityBuzz.com, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to relief organizations...Read more »
You probably know Gray Line New York and CitySights NY for their red double-decker tour buses in Manhattan. Now they're taking a break from entertaining tourists and are teaming up to help get businesses back on track after superstorm Sandy.
Looking for a day trip or need a fresh approach to your holiday shopping?
They're providing a free shuttle service from Midtown Manhattan to the...Read more »
We love it when fashion gets behind a cause, and that’s just what’s happening with superstorm Sandy. In response to the devastating storm, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue have joined forces to raise funds for hard hit people and places impacted by the storm.
"Sandy has hit us hard here at home," said CFDA president Diane von Furstenberg. "It is devastating...Read more »
Want to help superstorm Sandy relief while getting your holiday shopping done? The Tory Burch Foundation, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue are joining forces to make that possible.
Shoppers can score designer fashion at 50 percent off, and 100 percent of net proceeds will benefit the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City and the Tri-State Area.
Participating designers...Read more »
Sears reopened three Long Island stores Thursday, in Hicksville, Lake Grove and East Northport.
Products available vary by store, but post-Hurricane necessities like flashlights, batteries, chain saws, blowers, wet/dry vacs and pumps have been ordered and generators are going fast.
To check specific shipments to the store nearest you, visit shopyourway.com. ...Read more »
Many Long Islanders are on their third day without power due to Hurricane Sandy's wrath, and shopping malls are the perfect place to find light, power outlets, food, entertainment, warm clothes and sometimes WiFi.
Here's the rundown on which Long Island malls are open for business Thursday, and which are still closed and working on recovering power.
Broadway Mall, Hicksville:...Read more »
Although megastorm Sandy left many without power, those with access to email on their smartphones may have received blasts from retailers advertising special Hurricane Sandy sales.
American Apparel sent out an email Monday night offering 20 percent off everything for 36 hours to customers in states affected by the storm with promo code SANDYSALE at checkout. The email read, "In case you're...Read more »
As Hurricane Sandy grows stronger outside, Chris and Allison Mitchell are safe and sound among designer suits and ties inside their clothing store on Main Street in Huntington.
The pair brought their kids, Haley, 8, and Conor, 6, and their Labrador Retriever, Murphy, to the upscale men's and women's clothing store Marsh's around 9 a.m. Monday, where they will be riding out the storm.
“The...Read more »