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New York Public Library's Majestic Reading Room Gets a Facelift
For the first time in two years, the iconic Rose Main Reading Room and Bill Blass Public Catalog Room in the New York Public Library have reopened to the public after undergoing a $12 million restoration to restore the century old rooms to their historic beauty. It became clear in May 2014 that as
Cyber Monday Starts Earlier This Year
Those not weary from Black Friday's blowouts may find the energy to peruse Cyber Monday deals, many of which actually begin on Sunday this year. Last year, more than 100 million consumers shopped online on Cyber Monday, according to personal finance security service, BillGuard. Online shoppers
'The Battle of Versailles': Landmark Fashion Show Broke Racial Barriers, Showcased U.S. Designers
Nearly 40 Years Later, Designers and Models Gather to Celebrate Landmark Event
Brooke Astor Trial Verdict Latest in Long Family Drama
Before Trial and Fight Over Fortune, Brooke Astor Reigned Over New York City
Excerpt: 'Losing Mum & Pup'
Christopher Buckley Shares His Relationship With His Larger-Than-Life Parents
Haute House Calls: Designers at Your Doorstep
At some point, after a long, fruitless day of shopping at the mall -- facing traffic, cookie-cutter merchandise and disaffected sales people -- every frustrated fashionista goes home to sleep and dream about fashion. She dreams of the day when Giorgio Armani will show up at her house with a rolling
On the red carpet before the Academy Awards last night, E! host Ryan Seacrest asked Vice President Al Gore who would play him in the movie. "William Hung," Gore dead-panned. "I love the 'Idol" reference," Seacrest said. Tipper was wearing...
Excerpt: 'The Shopping Bags' by Anna Wallner and Kristina Matisic
At last! "The Shopping Bags" writers, Anna Wallner and Kristina Matisic, have written a companion book to their hit Canadian television show. "Viewers have been telling us for some time that they want to take us with them when they shop," Wallner says. "Now they'll have the next best thing." "The
Red Dress To Symbolize That Heart Disease Kills
A woman in a red dress makes a bold fashion statement, but first lady Laura Bush and a group of top fashion designers are hoping to turn into an icon for something more crucial: heart disease. According to a national survey, only a third of women know that heart disease is the leading cause of
What are the Must-Have Clothes This Spring?
When it comes to fashion, designer clothes might be outrageously expensive, but inspiration is free. Mary Alice Stephenson, fashion director for Harper's Bazaar, appeared on Good Morning America to review the top four fall 2002 trends that she spotted during Fashion Week in New York, which just