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Published: Wed, 28 Sep 2016 13:24:41 GMT


Court decides I can be denied job for my locks
Here's some natural-hair irony: As Akousa Ali-Shabree prepared for the International Locks Conference in Philadelphia, this headline came across her Facebook timeline: "U.S. Court Rules Dreadlock Ban During Hiring Process is Legal."

Philly Fashion Week Recap: Smoking hot
In its 11th year, Philly Fashion Week made a take-me-seriously splash last week as its producers introduced new designers, big-upped designers from the local fashion incubator, and celebrated the work of its most loyal runway faves.

Give your winter feet a summer treat
Consider platform sandals your go-to cold-weather shoe this winter - especially if they are covered in velvet. The trendlet It's odd, we know, but it seems that all open-toed footwear - everything from flip-flops to gladiators - are getting winter makeovers. The chunky-heeled shoes will give us a stylish lift as we pair them with everything from sheaths to shorts (which will make cold-weather appearances of their own this year).

Now you can order your clothes like room service
Here's a shopping concept: You're checked into a hotel and realize the tapas-on-the-town ensemble you've got in your suitcase isn't quite right.

Why are Israeli designers so hot in the U.S.?
Mary Novak, one of 10 local women who will wear Israeli fashion designer Sasson Kedem's dramatic pieces on an Old City runway Wednesday night, has the urge to twirl.

Fashion Week spring trends: Nomadic looks with stripes, slits, slacks - and bathrobes
NEW YORK - Maybe it was the unrelenting summer heat, or perhaps American designers are acknowledging the varying paths women are taking on their life journeys.

Petals on fashion demand darker palettes
Hello, dark plaids and plush velvets. Goodbye, peonies and poppies. (Right?) The trendlet Not necessarily. Sheaths and slim trousers, blouses and bags, and pumps and pants feature plenty of petaled motifs on wine, evergreen, navy, and, yes, even black backgrounds this fall.

When 1930s glamour meets 1970s disco chic
The best of 1930s glamour - body-conscious, A-line sheaths and collarless jackets - are joining the coolest of 1970s disco chic (think belted trenches and printed tunics) to create a millennial style that's as dressy as it is sporty.