Gloria Vanderbilt

The denim designer died Monday at age 95 after leaving a memorable impact on the fashion world.
The CNN host got choked up remembering his mother, who died Monday at the age of 95.
After living her entire life in the public eye, Vanderbilt died from stomach cancer on Monday.
Join Alyona Minkovski as she sits down with director Liz Garbus and journalist Anderson Cooper to discuss the documentary
Depending on what era formed you, you can relate to a piece of Gloria Vanderbilt. If you are old enough, it's the "Poor Little Rich Girl" headlines, or maybe it's her dating Frank Sinatra, or the designer jeans with the swan logo.
To show just how greatly a mother's influence can shape her child, here's a list of ten famous people throughout history who matched the great successes their mothers had already achieved.
We bet you didn't even know they were collectibles.
Anderson Cooper may dodge rocket fire while reporting from war-torn areas in the Middle East, but the CNN anchor tries his
We all know her from her ancestry, her denim and her handsome son Anderson, but her art is something that has given Gloria great happiness for most of her life.
Fashion was happening last week at the New York Design Center where everybody went to see Gloria Vanderbilt's beautiful art works.
Watch Cooper discuss Griffin in the clip above, and his mother in the video below. Anderson Cooper stopped by Jimmy Kimmel's
Richard Burgin has long been a mainstay in American literary circles, as five-time winner of the Pushcart Prize, editor for more than a quarter century of the award-winning journal Boulevard, and author of numerous critically acclaimed short story collections.
I keep hearing about authenticity. It seems to be the go-to description for all who would be bonafide; a self-sticking seal signifying that what you see is what you get, and what you get is worthy.