Designers dazzled us with a sometimes confusing yet fun mix of everything from chunky sweaters to sexy swimwear.
Here’s a sampling of what’s come and gone in the Pittsburgh boutique scene.
It’s the brainchild of the Pittsburgh Downtown Community Development Corp., which did it to fill the void left by Pittsburgh Fashion Week.
Curl up with a pumpkin spice latte and take a look at what’s in season at local boutiques and from Pittsburgh-based designers.
Many of the looks were inventive, artistic and, simply put, beautiful.
The fashion show will feature more than a dozen designers, each showing three or four creations. The theme is “Where Fashion Meets Art.”
Style editor Sara Bauknecht attended the season 15 finale runway show and reveals how it’s pulled off without unveiling the finalists.
Costumes by Tony Award-winning designer Paul Tazewell will be on display in Pittsburgh only through Nov. 30.
What we learned this season is that the biannual event no longer can be simply or succinctly defined.
From models, to manicurists to costumers to fashion designers — the Steel City brings its talents to the mix.
Several designers this season have moved their events out from behind the velvet rope and into the streets for the public to enjoy.
While fashion weeks unfold across the world this fall, Pittsburgh is buzzing with plenty of fashionable events of its own.
Yo La Tengo performs at Carnegie Music Hall, 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland, at 8 p.m. Wednesday as part of The Wahol’s Sound Series.
Over the weekend, he transformed part of the South Street Seaport into Tommy Pier, complete with rides, arcade games and a runway show.
Some will be rolling out pieces that the public will be able to purchase soon after their debut on the runway.
The bidding group plans to keep open 229 of the bankrupt teen retailer’s stores.
From Sept. 17-27, the ModCloth IRL (in real life) Tour will set up a temporary storefront at 625 Smithfield St., Downtown.
“Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe” closes Sunday at The Frick Art & Historical Center with performance, activities and food.
Women from all walks of life, including some from Pittsburgh, are skipping makeup to emphasize their natural beauty.
Jeff Galak of Carnegie Mellon University was the primary investigator. He, along with three co-authors, found there is indeed a connection.
Its fourth year of festivities, which spanned Thursday through Sunday, demonstrated its greatest growth and marked improvement.
Artist Beth Salak rescues furniture and breathes new life into it, and is now the owner of a shop in Crafton Heights..
The Canadian-based company opened its first U.S. location here earlier this month. It offers custom shirts, suiting, tuxedos and top coats.
Here’s a look at some of the latest fashion and accessories trends that will ensure kids and teens ace Style 101!
The multiday event plans to spotlight not only fashion designers but also artists, musicians and other kinds of entrepreneurs.
You can’t help but sit up and take notice of today’s boldly upholstered chairs and sofas
From new shops and homegrown brands to no shortage of stylish shindigs, there’s plenty of fashionable fun to be had before autumn sets in.
Polo Ralph Lauren, Christian Louboutin, Stella McCartney and Lacoste are among the designers who’ve created uniforms for the Olympics.
“Emphatics: Avant-Garde Fashion 1963-2013” will run from November through mid-January and feature pieces from the store’s archive.
The message and choice of designer for the first lady's dress make a statement about being inclusive.
Plus, the Shadyside Sidewalk Sale is back, jump start fall shopping with Carlisle, the latest bridal fashions at Glitter and Grit and more.
Anyone who attends home furnishings markets can see the popularity of clear acrylic and Lucite in furniture design.
As the lines have blurred in recent years between the realms of fashion and politics, it’s getting trickier to separate one from the other.
Not only has the maillot made a comeback, but also it comes in a wider variety of silhouettes as more women demand more coverage choices.
It was inspired by old-fashioned double-edge razors but put a new twist on them to make them easier to use.
Plus, it’s time for Fifth Avenue Place’s annual summer sidewalk sale and National Suit Drive Month at Men’s Warehouse.
From new boutiques to browse to trends to try, there’s plenty to do all month to stay cool (and look cool).
Plus, It’s a Natural Thang holds natural hair meetup day, Design Fest in Mellon Square Park continues and vote now for the Style Awards.
Pittsburghers reflect on their memories of the legendary street fashion photographer, who died last week at age 87.
Two apparel companies with Pittsburgh roots -— Modcloth and American Eagle Outfitters’s aerie — avoid photoshopping in ads.
Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival brings performers, craftspersons, encampments, food and fun to Twin Lakes Park this weekend.
From lipstick to legwear, more brands are broadening their definitions of nude to include new options for skin tones across the spectrum.
The town known for its Civil War ties is home to several chic, distinctive shops, most of which are within walking distance of downtown.
The evening of runway shows will be Sept. 21 in the Union Trust Building with the goal to grow the event to five nights in 2017.
The tentacles of the octopus are all over home decor this year. Both furniture and home accessories are caught in its grip.
That hairstyle was the conical up do that heralded a towering new era in style when it debuted in 1960.
Plus an “All about the eyes” makeup workshop, a Boho-inspired bridal trunk show, last-minute Father’s Day shopping and more fashion events.
Here’s a look at some of the latest places and ways to shop for fun, fresh and fashionable men’s clothing (and more!) in the city.
Spectators will be greeted by a 37,000 square-foot merchandise pavilion packed with polos, tees, hats and more for men, women and kids.
Costumes, set pieces and prosthetic makeup from the live television production will go on display at the August Wilson Center in September.