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Published: Fri, 09 Dec 2016 17:32:24 GMT


All he really needs this winter is a statement coat
Whether he's suited up for a black-tie holiday party or cozy New Year's Eve comfortable in cashmere and slacks, he'll want to complete his suave look with this.

2017's color of the year - Greenery - can heal a divided America
In what appears to be yet another attempt by the fashion gods to steer us toward peace, nature and genderlessness, the Pantone Color Institute released its 2017 color of the year Thursday morning.

Gifts for him: Things to wear, watch, drink, and play
Whether choosing gifts for your dad, bro, or beau, holiday shopping for the man in your life can be tricky.

A holiday wardrobe needs velvet
Every few seasons, a style perennial gets elevated to a must-have. Trendlet This year, it's old, reliable velvet. Look for the plush fabric as an A-line skirt, palazzo pant, or the coveted alternative to the little black dress - the strapless jumpsuit.

Soho boutique Kirna Zabete moves into Bryn Mawr, with an eye and optimism
Beth Buccini, owner of the ultimate in modern chic boutiques, Kirna Zabête, is so certain Upper East Side fashionistas and their Main Line counterparts are birds of the same fashion feather that she opened a 3,000-square-foot version of her New York store in Bryn Mawr the week before Thanksgiving.

Three-piece suit not just for your grandfather
Fellas, consider really dressing it up as we ease into the holidays. The trendlet

Already, the solidarity safety pin is getting a makeover
Social protests, solidarity, and fashion have gone hand in hand this presidential election season. Think "Make America Great" baseball caps and "Nasty Woman" T-shirts.

A Million Faces: The Photography of John W. Mosley Through Jan. 16 at the Woodmere Art Museum, Germantown Avenue and Bells Mill Road. $10, free on Sundays. Closed Mondays. 215-247-0476,