Burberry 6-month revenue above 1 billion pounds for first time amid digital marketing strategy
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson has apologized -- sort of -- for the comments he made to Bloomberg TV that the quality of the company's yoga pants were not to blame for pilling and ripping seams, but that women's rubbing thighs contributed.
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Some women spend a small fortune on their handbags. Now, a new device could keep purses safe from thieves and from spilling over in the car.
Lady Gaga unveils 'flying dress' at NYC launch party for new album
'Anti-cellulite jeans' make world debut at Fashion Rio, Brazilian fashion extravaganza
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Pucci house embarks on colorful, global expansion, opening stores in fashion capitals
On Veterans Day, a local bridal store will give away wedding gowns to thank our nation's military brides.
Ten years have flown by, yet time has been kind to one of the most popular holiday movies, "Love Actually."
A time-lapse video captures a homeless veteran's impressive physical transformation that inspired changes in his own life.
AP Photos: Spotlight on the CMAs and the sparkle and shine on its red carpet and stage
RI victim of Boston Marathon bombing steps out with new leg for wearing high heels, skirts
Q&A: Marchesa's Georgina Chapman uses her fashion eye to focus on short film project
Alexa Chung puts the essence of an It Girl into words and photos in her new book
Lululemon co-founder blames women's bodies for pilling issues in yoga pant.
For more than a decade, Lloyd Wolf has driven to death shrines in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. He has met family members and neighbors of these victims, and snapped photos of their tributes to the people they have lost.
A Japanese fast-food chain says women don't like to be seen with their mouths wide open. So, the chain invented a paper mask to shield a women's mouth while she wolfs down a huge hamburger.
A reporter may have conducted the most adorable interview ever after his 5-year-old daughter cut the hair of his 3-year-old daughter.
Privacy experts warn nothing is private online. So, many people - including young job-seekers - are trying to clean-up their Internet personas.