Nearly three-fifths of all clothing ends up in incinerators or landfills within a year of being produced.
Pre-torn jeans are back, and once again, fashion sense is overriding common sense.
Well, most of it anyway.
Twenty years ago, my brothers and I cracked the code of the power of clothing. In a country where opportunities were limited, we aimed high.
What better way for the smart woman to project her confidence than through her clothing?
It’s hard to overstate the importance of clothing when it comes to the perceptions of others.
I’ve had it with women dressing like hens, wrens and blackbirds. It’s winter, ladies, not a daguerreotype.
I knew I needed outside help when my husband asked, “Do you ever buy anything that doesn’t have a red clearance tag on it?”
The clothes we unthinkingly pull on each day are knit into a global web of meaning and impact.
A lot of attention is paid when the choices one makes are noticeably different from the rest of the pack.
SJP, she who made Monolo Blahnik a household name, blames inexpensive high heels for her podiatric woes. Anita Diamant isn't buying it.
Watching our outgoing secretary of state as she wraps up her term, there is much to consider: her place in the history books, whether she’ll run in 2016, and why...
Reconsidering the possibilities and benefits of a uniform.
In the ever quickening race to get trends to market, one very important element of retail consumption has seemingly disappeared: quality.
Perhaps nothing is more revealing than the home we keep. The art, the books, even the dish towels we choose can be very telling. But, asks Cheryl Katz, what happens...
Living and working in small spaces. Some find it claustrophobic, but Boston-based designer Cheryl Katz says — it gets us closer to what we hold most dear.