Fast-fashion heiress asks shoppers to buy less in green push

Textile heiress Veronica Chou is joining a growing list of start-ups seeking to key into shoppers concerned about the impact on the environment.

Iconic Center City clothing store Boyds to branch out from Philadelphia for the first time

From Oct. 7 to late January, family-run Boyds will operate a pop-up shop with just more than 8,000 square-feet in Ardmore’s revamped Suburban Square.

Iconic Center City clothing store Boyds to branch out from Philadelphia for the first time

From Oct. 7 to late January, family-run Boyds will operate a pop-up shop with just more than 8,000 square-feet in Ardmore’s revamped Suburban Square.

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Farewell, Century 21: The chain that survived 9/11 couldn’t outlast the coronavirus

Members of the Gindi family say their insurers "turned their backs on us at this most critical time.”
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Farewell, Century 21: The chain that survived 9/11 couldn’t outlast the coronavirus

Members of the Gindi family say their insurers "turned their backs on us at this most critical time.”

Popular Wynnewood barber cuts his career short due to COVID-19

John Troncelliti, 68, will throw in the hot towel and close the shop where he’s cut hair for 48 years.

Popular Wynnewood barber cuts his career short due to COVID-19

John Troncelliti, 68, will throw in the hot towel and close the shop where he’s cut hair for 48 years.
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American Blossom Linens sees business grow by 400% during pandemic

The sales uptick is driven in part by more people staying home, the CEO says. The Wyncote-based firm also emphasizes the organic cotton in its sheets and the fact that it is sustainably produced.

Jeantrix is the Philly fashion brand with leather jackets featured in Beyoncé’s ‘Black Is King’

In “Already,” Ghanaian rapper Shatta Wale stood next to Beyoncé in a black-and-white, hand-painted motorcycle jacket designed by the Philly-based fashion brand, Jeantrix.

We can get our hair cut now: Here’s how to do it safely

Is it safe to get our haircut yet? As more salons are allowed to reopen, here's what you need to know.

Anna Wintour apologizes for race-related ‘mistakes’ at Vogue

The fashion doyenne wrote in the June 4 email: “I take full responsibility for those mistakes.”

Face masks: Your questions, answered

Everything you need to know about making and wearing masks better to help prevent getting and spreading coronavirus.

Is my mask less effective if I wear makeup?

If you absolutely want to wear makeup, here’s what you need to know about wearing a mask right now.

How to give yourself a buzz cut (or even a fade) during the shutdown

Looking a little shaggy? Here's how to give yourself an easy haircut from home, since barbershops are closed.

Can’t sew? Buy one of these stylish face masks instead

Now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended wearing cloth face coverings in public, everyone wants one.

How Dr. Deborah Birx made scarves the power accessory we all need right now

Dr. Birx’s daily scarf choice seems to be the only fashion-driven conversation — other than masks — allowed right now. Here's why they're a power accessory that works for us all right now.

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There won’t be any Easter fashions this year. But there will be Easter joy | Elizabeth Wellington

In this scary era of coronavirus, celebrating rebirth doesn’t mean crowding into a church in new duds. It means celebrating the true meaning of life -- the true meaning of Easter.

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Should I cut my bangs? Take out my weave? Your at-home beauty questions, answered

We’ve answered a few of your pressing beauty questions to help you keep it together during this trying time. We want you to feel good so you can keep going.

How to take care of your new coronavirus quarantine beard

So you're growing a quarantine beard. Here's how to take care of it.

Philly fashion designers pivot to face masks to protect health-care workers from COVID-19

Wednesday marked the beginning of CoverAidPHL, a task force of more than 2,000 Philadelphia-based designers and sewers willing to make protective masks for caretakers — food service workers, orderlies, health aids — who work in the heathcare profession.

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