There’s no shortage of Pittsburgh-based brands that are keeping the spirit of American-made manufacturing and artistry alive and well.
Take in the sights, sounds and — of course! — styles at the annual SouthSide Works Exposed.
More than 300 accessories and space-related ephemera are on display at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History through early 2016.
Bertrand Bonello is the second director to explore the magnificence and madness of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in a biopic.
Gowns, shoes, handbags and more from her early Gibson Girl days to the late 1960s are showcased at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens.
Plus, ladies’ night out at SouthSide Works and FGI Pittsburgh seeks applicants for new board positions.
Here are some best bets for shopping, beauty, fashion events and more in July.
Kilolo Luckett lectures about the achievements of Homewood’s Naomi Sims, the first African-American supermodel.
How much do you know about Maybelline? Here are some fun facts and figures about one of beauty’s favorite brands.
Plus, Style Week Pittsburgh model call, “Sip & Shop” style events, South Hills Village welcomes new retailers and more fashion news.
He liked it better when I’d forgo lots of makeup and glitzy things and just be me.
When educator and antique collector Ted Welty bought his daughter a vintage headpiece, he never anticipated where it would lead.
The third annual Student Graduate Fashion Show is the largest and most diverse to date.
While consumers may take tufting for granted, craftsmen know it is one of the most labor-intensive upholstery treatments.
Plus, a sip and shop style event, seasonal sale at Crossroads Boutique & Cattiva, “The Compilation” fashion preview party and more events.
Former Pittsburgher Lesley Ware wrote the book to help make sewing approachable and fun for kids and teens.
On the app, the Steel City is steadily building its fashion identity — one selfie, #OOTD and street style photo at a time.
This spring, the Council of Fashion Designers of America recognized Instagram with an award and a new coffee table book.
Lani Lazzari started the all-natural, handmade body scrub line at age 11 and has turned it into a multi-million dollar company.