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If you haven't read Lauren Weisberger's best-selling novel "The Devil Wears Prada," chances are you've seen the movie, where a steely Meryl Streep plays Anna Wintour-type fashion editor Miranda Priestly whose demanding ways (to put it nicely) are a serious wake-up call for her new assistant, post-grad Andrea "Andy" Sachs (Anne Hathaway).
Well, the fashion-fueled drama is...Read more »
Hillary Clinton and Oscar de la Renta wouldn't miss former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's 90th birthday for the world -- or for the CFDA Awards.
Clinton rushed to present de la Renta with his Founder's Award at Lincoln Center on Monday night, swapping with Lifetime Achievement Award honoree Vera Wang for the ceremony's first spot to avoid being late to the politico-filled soiree.
Meanwhile,...Read more »
June 5 and 7 Bloomingdale's hosts jewelry trunk shows with latest collections from Marco Bicego, noon-5 p.m. June 5 at Roosevelt Field, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. June 7 in Huntington. June 6-7 and 7-8 Find that perfect hat for the Belmont Stakes at Christine A. Moore's trunk shows, 2-7 p.m. June 6-7 in the Garden City Hotel lobby (45 Seventh St., Garden City; 516-747-3000)...Read more »
Free to join members-only shopping site Rue La La has been bringing us designer deals for five years now, and to celebrate they're taking the word sale to a whole new level.
Dreaming of a vintage Hermès Birkin bag or a Rolex watch? How about a luxurious weekend getaway to Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires or VIP seating for you and 15 friends at the Barclays Center?
All of that and hundreds...Read more »
With a hot summer campaign for H&M and buzzed about designer costumes on the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, Beyoncé's influence on fashion is at an all-time high this season. Rent the Runway has jumped on the Queen Bey bandwagon and launched a Beyoncé Boutique, with 97 looks hand-picked by the star ranging from glittery mini-dresses and sleek black rompers to wild printed frocks and showstopping...Read more »
May 27 STOP BY C. WONDER'S summer pop-up stores in the Hamptons for chances to win prizes, including a $250 shopping spree, complimentary candy, balloons and cookies. Plus you'll get a limited-edition "C. Wonder by the Sea" tote bag with any $50 purchase (while supplies last) 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stores are at 5 Main St., Southampton (631-287-2645) and 48 Main St., East Hampton (631-324-8513)....Read more »
Manhattan is filled with shopping destinations, from massive department stores to tiny boutiques. Here, some new spots worth checking out this summer.
46 Gansevoort St.; 212-414-8700
Hours: Tues.-Weds. 11 a.m.-1 a.m., Thurs. 11 a.m.-2 a.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-4 a.m., Sat. 10 a.m.- 4 a.m., Sun. 9 a.m.-1 a.m., Monday closed.
Move over, Dylan's Candy Bar -- a new, sugar-crazed...Read more »
It’s official. Some 3,000 Newsday readers voted on four potential dresses that this year’s Project Prom girl, Danielle Trotta, 17, of Seaford, should wear to her prom. More than a third of them chose, “Field of Dreams,” a lively abstract floral number with a bejeweled Empire waist by Alex & Eve from Alight, in Plainview.
Dani, as she’s called by friends and family is satisfied with the...Read more »
Since opening last year at Roosevelt Field mall and in Manhattan in 2011, C. Wonder has gained a following from moms and daughters alike with its colorful clothing, fun jewelry and cute housewares.
Now, it's bringing the party to the Southampton and East Hampton, where two summer pop-up shops will celebrate their grand openings Memorial Day weekend.
Offerings will include a prize wheel...Read more »
New York Fashion Week might have to bring its exclusive white tents elsewhere, as The New York Times reports a lawsuit has been filed against New York City and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Area residents and park activists are angry over the use of Damrosch Park, a 2.4 acre section of Lincoln Center where Fashion Week, The Big Apple Circus, and other events not open to the public...Read more »