It's time to pop the champagne and celebrate the new shopping landscape that is on the horizon in 2016.
When I was a kid, on the day after Thanksgiving my mom and dad would take me to Chicago to see the Christmas lights and decorations on Michigan Avenue. I felt like a grown up in the bustling big city, bumping into ladies in high-heeled boots and fur coats, and men carrying stacks of big department store boxes and fancy-looking shopping bags.
With the busiest travel week of the year - Thanksgiving -- coming momentarily, now is the time to prepare yourself to face the airport.
Vince - Multiple locations I truly love the collection at Vince this season, which combines military-inspired leathers, slouchy
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Weiner should really change his name to Adedin. There's nothing that says a husband can't take his wife's surname. Sure it
Now that we're all shopped out (even me), have returned the mistakes and planned for future purchases, it's time to take a look back on the best of New York City retail this year, and a couple of wishes for the future.
Tired of visiting the same designer boutiques, venerable chains and fluorescently-lit retail centers? So are we. That's why we decided to scour the globe for unique shopping spots; in these retail heavens, you'll find an eclectic array of boutique haunts, stylish department stores and secret discount venues.
Now that summer is unofficially here, keep track of all of these stores to experience the newest and greatest in New York City retail.
"I feel like I'm going to get hit by a Mack truck," Kara Laricks said as she stood next to her collection at H&M's Fifth
Here are some retail events I'd like to see in the year(s) ahead. Some are more likely than others, but the holidays are a time for dreaming, aren't they?
Through Bailey and Dundas were the VIP's of the night, it was really his clothes that stole the show. Models mingled around
Forty percent of proceeds raised from sales (of Fashion's Night Out merchandise) will go to the New York City AIDS Fund in the New York Community Trust. That is a good thing to know.
Make sure to stop by your local Saks on September 8th and check out all of the excitement. Stylelist will be on site testing