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World's Oldest Yoga Instructor is a 'Real-life Forrest Gump!'
97-year-old Tao Porchon-Lynch talks to ABC's Reena Ninan about her secret to happiness and how she's managed to accomplish so much in her lifetime.
New Fashion Trend: Spending More, Buying Less
Fashion industry experts say more consumers are buying a few high-end pieces instead of lots of lower end pieces.
Less Is More: 8 High-End Pieces That Can Makeover Your Wardrobe
As the fashion goddess Coco Chanel used to say –- less is more. And these days, it's never been truer. Fashion industry experts say more and more consumers are buying more high-quality clothes than ever before, spending an average of $900 annually in high-end fashion and investing in what the
Bestselling Author on the Magic of Scents
Perfumes take center stage in M. J. Rose's newest book, and she has tips on what to wear and how to wear it.
GMA LIVE! (4.17.14)
Ginger and Gio hang out with Jiff the Pomeranian, "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro and bestselling author M.J. Rose.
'Bayside! The Musical' and 8 Other Musical Parodies
New Off-Broadway Musical Parodies the '90s Teen Sitcom, "Saved By The Bell"
Opinion: The Thing About New York Fashion Week...
NYFW: There Are More Photos From Outside Lincoln Center Than From Collections
Photographing Marilyn: 'Lovemaking With the Lens'
In fall 1961, Marilyn Monroe was asked by Look magazine to pose for its 25th-anniversary issue. “The question we asked her was, How would you like to be remembered 25 years into the future?” recalls photographer Douglas Kirkland, who was then 27, had grown up...
Brad Pitt Is The Face of Chanel No. 5
Chanel has announced Brad Pitt as the newest model for their Chanel No. 5 perfume. The Academy Award nominated star is now the first man to be named the face of the French-owned company’s top-selling perfume ad campaign. Famous names like Nicole Kidman, Lauren Hutton...
Celebrity Hotel Deaths: From RFK to Houston
Whitney Houston isn't the only celebrity to die while staying at a hotel. Many other famous people, nine of them highlighted on the next few pages, have met their demise as hotel guests, whether by accident, murder or suicide. Though many of these celebrities have died in Los Angeles, the City of