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The local startup Go Shout Love’s main platform is Instagram, which allows the company to connect with families and vendors.
Plus vintage fashion in Lawrenceville, Shellie Hipsky holds 1940s fashion event for charity, Famouz Clothing Co. debuts and more.
The plus-sized women‘s category grew 5% last year, according to an NPD Group report, largely due to more - and better - options.
The Ross-based brand specializes in natural, organic products that help soothe and heal everything from bug bites to sunburns.
Plus a pop-up fashion market in Market Square, Hush Fashion benefit at Union Project, Blessed to be Dressed event and more.
Proper planning and creative thinking are the key to packing, experts say.
Eyebrow makeup was the fastest-growing category of eye makeup, up 28 percent, according to an NPD Group report released this month.
Companies are trying to figure out whether their suppliers might be using minerals mined where armed conflict created a humanitarian crisis.
Plus, a summer sidewalk sale at Fifth Avenue Place, I Made It! Market event at SouthSide Works and more from the Pittsburgh fashion front.
Jeweler David Yurman talks about his love of horses and his eponymous brand.
Some fashion interpretations of wearable technology are more about the “wow” factor than being practical. Here are some examples.
From the runways of New York City to the classrooms of Carnegie Mellon, efforts are under way to make wearable technology more stylish.
Efforts to support American-made apparel and accessories have morphed into a movement by designers and consumers.
Plus: Find out the latest developments from Pittsburgh's provisional Fashion Group International chapter.
Painter and illustrator Ashley Cecil of Highland Park has started designing scarves, pillows and more with patterns based on her paintings.