You love vintage fashion because you’re an individual. You also love holding onto a dollar. Whether you’re setting the trend or simply pushing it up by a few days on the calendar, you know how retro pieces can turn modern looks into personal statements capable of rocking fashion’s favorite city to its knees. From Harlow to Bardot, here’s where to get the look.
We wonder what ancient rug-makers would think of today’s perfection-driven artisans and crafters of home-made wares. The jewelry, glassware and hand-sewn apparel found at these amazing New York emporiums feature some of the most charming and creative hand-made gifts you will find this side of a flying carpet.
The New York State sales tax exemption for clothing and shoes under $110 is back. Starting on April 1, 2012 customers will be paying four-percent less.
An outline retailer loved by many in New York – and across the United States – says they’ve been hacked.
The Internet scratched its collective head this week when reports made their way online alleging that a television and movie actress had transitioned to a retail career on Long Island.
You may not know the Brannock Device by name, but you’ve most likely used it.
Bloomberg confirms he has only two pairs of work shoes for the past ten years.
Just because Labor Day is nothing more than a memory now, doesn’t mean that there still aren’t end-of-summer sales to take advantage of.
Do you have a fetish for footwear? Well, then this exhibit is for you!
Let’s be honest, not all spandex is created equal. Those tight black yoga pants can either make your rump look tantalizing, or gargantuan…and don’t even get me started on uniboob bras. You workout to look […]
By Kimberly Rae Miller Leila Wolford Borough/Neighborhood: Upper West Side Profession: Fashion Stylist Portfolio/bio/resume: http://www.artistsbytimothypriano.com/fashion-stylists/Leila-Wolford/ Leila Wolford started her styling career by assisting the top stylists of NYC at the age of 19. After three […]