Saying goodbye to the discount emporium where I learned how to shop, among other things
The history of wearable technology says that timepieces are better in pockets than on wrists
Women’s work and the work of being a woman are still perceived to be at odds
Face-lifts may make recipients look slightly younger, but not more attractive. That doesn’t mean people should stop getting them
Beautiful, tall, skinny girls provoke a lot of emotion in people, none of which is ever sympathy. But a bill that just passed the New York legislature is aimed at protecting this rare species of human. Known in legal-speak as
From the rise in plastic surgery to advanced prosthetics, the line between the real and unreal has long since eroded
Have Americans become too obsessed with how women’s bodies do — or don’t — spring back into shape after having a baby?
For all the furor over Ralph Lauren’s uniforms not being made in America, little has been done to support our home-grown garment industry