Her fashion career has taken her from Pittsburgh to Kenya, New York City and Paris -— and she’s just getting started.
Plus, fall in love with fashion this Valentine’s Day with several style events to get you ready for the holiday.
While some are calling the luxurious modest coverings “important” and “great news for Muslim women,” others think the brand missed the mark.
Plus, the latest from FGI Pittsburgh provisional chapter, 50 Shades of Pink runway show, a unique bridal trunk show and more fashion news.
From fresh fashionable bargains to a stylish twist on the Super Bowl, here are things to do, see and shop for this month.
Plus, trend forecasting with FGI Pittsburgh, get ready for Valentine’s Day with Gilded Girl Beauty Emporium and spring fashion trunk shows.
The company, headquartered in Robinson, is thriving, with millions in sales and more than 1,700 consultants in 42 states -- and growing.
What’s new in cosmetics and cleansers, including and nail polish in a spray can (yep, that’s a thing!).
This week: Gina Mazzotta Millinery sample sale, winter sidewalk sale at Fifth Avenue Place, store-wide sale at Serendipity and more.
Rukiya McNair, formerly of Bloomfield, moved the shop overseas to Ubud Center, a hub for cultural activities, cafes, spas and boutiques.
Plus, where to pick up new makeup tricks for the new year, First Holy Communion trunk shows, nominees wanted for Style Awards and more news.
The Golden Globes red carpet fashions offered some surprises and disappointments.
German silversmith taught industrial design, then led a successful firm that shaped the “Mad Men” era.
Here’s what Stylebook predicts will be the most-discussed fashion trends and topics, plus a couple of wishes for what would be nice to see.
Shop brand-name shoes at discounted prices, spray (tan) away winter blues at Fascino boutique and more fashion events this week.
Post-Gazette style editor answers your questions. This month: How can I freshen up my look, especially with what I already own?
Here are some New Year’s resolutions for Pittsburgh readers to enhance their knowledge and to expand their minds.
Which fashion designers and trends were the talk of the style community in 2015? Look no further than Google.
Get things off to a stylish start with this sampling of things to do, watch and read in January.
Take a trip down memory lane with these Downtown holiday shopping memories from Post-Gazette readers.
Here’s what a handful of Pittsburgh style influencers have to say on what likely will — and won’t — make a splash in 2016.
Plus, get in the holiday spirit at the Gather and Give mixer, and bridal trunk shows on tap in time for holiday engagements.
It might be cutting it too close to order something online, but there are plenty of local places where you can find ugly holiday apparel.
Learn about how you can get involved with FGI Pittsburgh. Plus, here’s the scoop on some unique holiday shopping events at local boutiques.
What can we learn from dancers’ backstage beauty routines? Stylebook checked in with three professional dancers to find out.
Braving the cold just got chicer! Coats of many cuts, prints and colors are one of fashion’s favorite accessories this winter.
Plus, new shops around Pittsburgh, this week’s trunk shows and a request for ugly holiday sweater photos!
Glamour magazine recently rolled out COAT?, a free iPhone app that sends daily updates on whether the weather calls for a coat or umbrella.
It’s getting cold, and holiday parties are arriving. What do I wear on my legs with a little black dress or sparkly sheath for a party?
It’s mostly upholstery that sports the exotic animal pattern, but lamps, rugs and occasional pieces also have found their wild side.
Plus, artist meet-and-greet, trunk show roundup and more Pittsburgh style happenings.
Whatever you celebrate this holiday season, here are some tips to help keep your style on point, with a few shopping tips sprinkled in.
On Small Business Saturday, shops in the Golden Triangle have lots to offer.
Plus, several trunk shows on tap and a beauty lounge pops up on Mount Washington.
In just over a year he’s curated what’s arguably the most comprehensive portrait of modern Pittsburgh style on his website and social media.
For retailers, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. But for shoppers, the holidays can be overwhelming. What to buy? Where to buy it?
The prolific designer has thrown her hat into the home furnishings ring with a debut collection for Hooker Furniture.
There’s a new crop of shops and showrooms around town to ease the pursuit for presents this holiday season.
Expect retail and restaurant pairings in future developments.
Suttirat Larlarb is a costume and production designer whose credits include such movies as “The Walk” and “Slumdog Millionaire.”
Pittsburgh is home to a number of green beauty brands, markets and wellness groups that can help take the guess work out of going green.
Plus, lots of trunk shows on tap this week and how to get into the holiday spirit with Macy’s Believe campaign.
We recently started inviting readers to share their burning fashion questions. This week: Where to find bras for women with petite busts.
Aspinwall offers mom-and-pop boutiques and restaurants, exemplifying the charm of small-town life just 7½ miles from Downtown.
A mother and daughter create Number Fourteen Boutique, seeing the fashion shop they wanted beneath the dark trappings of a tavern.
A Bethel Park couple make upscale clothes for dogs and other pets as indulgent owners increasingly dress their pets in elaborate clothes.
Todd Snyder, known for his vintage-inspired collegiate Tailgate brand, joins the company as a designer.
In Kate Spade Home, the fashion brand takes a subtle, not too girly shot at home furnishings.
Plus, trunk shows for bridesmaids and brides to be, a Simon G trunk show at Goldstock Jewelers and more happenings this week in Pittsburgh.
Check out suggestions for new collections to browse, trends to try and tips for getting your holiday shopping off to a successful start.