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  • Spring Preview: Accessory Trends

    Okay, we know it’s not even officially winter yet, but it’s our job to be looking ahead (and who doesn’t love thinking about spring, anyway?). Candy Pratts-Price at Style.com has been on the job, too, picking out a selection of key accessories fresh from the Spring runway shows. We’ve gone ahead and compiled a cheat-sheet [...] Read More

    December 4, 2007 by Angela

  • Fashion + Style

    Shopgoodwill.com Gets a Makeover

    Shopgoodwill.com, which claims the title of the country’s “first and only non-profit internet auction site, [...] Read More

    December 3, 2007 by Angela

  • Fashion + Style

    The Look for Less: Architectural Salvage

    One of the best ways to and uniqueness to your home is by using architectural salvage pieces. Old cornices, old windows, peices of crown molding, all can be repurposed to give your home a unique timeless look. And the best part is, reusing something that would otherwise go to the dump is an easy way [...] Read More

    December 2, 2007 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Canvas Shopping Bags—The New Black: Do Good

    Canvas bags are popping up everywhere! People are finally getting into the groove of bringing their bags to the grocery store (if you’re having trouble remembering to bring your bags with you, check out these great tips from the Life Less Plastic blog. Stores are beginning to give incentives. At my local Trader Joe’s, customers [...] Read More

    December 2, 2007 by TBF

  • Pierre Hardy Joins Gap

    What: Shoe designer Pierre Hardy, whose footwear goes for $500 and up at pricey stores like Bergdorf and Nordstrom, is designing a spring shoe capsule collection for Gap, with prices ranging from $78 to $98. The Lowdown: From WWD “Hardy, known for his sculptural sky-high stilettos under his eight-year-old signature label, as well as those [...] Read More

    December 1, 2007 by TBF