Thanks to a new handcrafts initiative in Istanbul, Syrian refugee women find confidence and artistic expression making earrings
With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, the holiday season is in full swing -- and, with it, the holiday party circuit
Dog Fever currently features fifty different breeds of dogs in their jewelry collections. And if your breed falls within
By Lori Keong For an even more daring way to wear earrings, opt for one instead of two. This affordable version from & Other
Don't risk losing your diamond studs in the abyss. Switch them out for a pair that isn't so precious. Find a pair of studs
My wonder and excited anticipation of the unexpected have not diminished one iota since the days of waiting for my prom date to arrive, or for the impending birth of each of my children.
Loved for their ability to inject a subversive, punk spirit into just about any outfit, the ear cuff exudes the glitz and glamour of Elizabeth Taylor's treasures with just a hint of Kate Moss rebellion.
I am not fashion conscious. I can honestly say that I've never spent a cent on Vogue, Allure, Cosmopolitan, or any fashion magazine, for that matter. If you ask me the brand name of the blouse or slacks I'm wearing, I would have no idea.
Bijoux lovers take note: fall's big style statement dangles from a single lobe.
The long dress I was planning to wear to my son's wedding needed earrings. Not a necklace. Not a bracelet. Not a glitzy ring. I needed earrings with a presence.
I have seven earrings that don't have a mate and none of them -- together -- would look good as a pair. If they were people, they wouldn't be a good match on a dating site.
Fall is here and you know what that means...sayonara to your flirty sundresses and pedicure-flaunting sandals. But all is
Over the last two weeks, I was out talking to inspirational women about hair and makeup for beauty street style and unknowingly located the gorgeous (and grown-up) Mia Sara -- you know her as Sloane from the 1986 teen comedy "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." That was definitely a highlight of my professional career. But when I wasn't photographing former teen idols, I still had a little time to capture some cool stuff during my commute.
Then-principal Stanley Teitel told a reporter from the school newspaper the dress code was put in place because students