Womens Wear

Love to Love 70s Fashion
May 24, 2012

Disco is dead, along with some of its most iconic performers. But disco-era fashion is still alive and getting it's groove on with a modern twist.

Keeping Up With Kardashian Fashion Trends
May 3, 2012

There’s no eloquent way to put this, so I’m just going to say what you’re all thinking. I hate the Kardashians. Sometimes, I even love to hate them.

Girl Talk
May 1, 2012

Apparel suppliers are drawing from retail chains, echoing runway looks and employing clever designs to make women's apparel more flattering than ever.

Spice Up Your Wardrobe
April 18, 2012

In 1996, I was a sophomore in high school. Of course I thought I knew everything about…well, everything. Actually, that’s not entirely true. After giving it two minutes, I recalled something I didn’t understand back then and, admittedly, I still don’t understand it to this day. Of course, I’m talking about the lyrics to “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls (you know…girl power and all of that).

The Wonderful World of Work Apparel
October 13, 2010

While some say form follows function, looking good can be just as important as functioning well when it comes to promotional apparel for the work place. There is no point in having the most comfortable apparel if it leaves the customer wondering what rock it was pulled out from under. Here are a few women's shirts where we think fashion and function strike a perfect balance.

Another Cadmium Jewelry Recall--137K Tween Pieces
July 14, 2010

About 137,000 pieces of imported children's jewelry sold at two stores popular with preteen girls--Justice and Limited Too--were recalled Tuesday for high levels of cadmium, the latest in a series of recalls involving the toxic metal.

The voluntary recall, announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, was the sixth callback since The Associated Press first released findings of an investigation into cadmium in children's jewelry.

US M&A: Luxury Groups Adapt to the Post-recession World
June 14, 2010

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