Is the social stigma around second wedding dresses finally gone?
Second-time brides report choosing a dress that is often more elaborate than the first
Meet The Man Bringing Silicon Valley-Style Disruption To Philanthropy
Town & Country Magazine
"How can I ask you to give money if I’m not able to show you where the money goes?”
Target Rejiggers Brands To Lure Shoppers
Wall Street Journal
Retailing giant Target is closing some stalwart lines and creating niche labels to draw shoppers seeking something special
Father-Daughter Dance Gets A Makeover
The New York Times
The long-held and much-celebrated events are shuffling to get in line with the "Modern Family" times
How Summer Festivals Became Fashion's Fifth Season
Cut-off denim shorts, crossbody bags and wellies: Festival fashion has developed a style all its own, and catering to it has become big business
How Royal Babies Are Named
A look at the tradition, rules, and politics of naming royal children
Who Will Design Meghan Markle's Wedding Dress?
Meet 8 names in the running to create the history-making garment
Dress Code Chaos
Well-intended hosts are offering fewer instructions, while others are introducing creative dress codes that can raise more questions than they answer
When Models Become Fashion Designers
As Alexa Chung becomes the latest It Girl to launch her own collection, three women share their advice on making the difficult jump from tastemaker to entrepreneur
The Next Wave Of Charity Board Members
The San Francisco mother-and-son duo say that sometimes an open wallet isn't enough
Why Don't More Women Wear Trousers On The Red Carpet?
As many actresses search for a way to give their appearances greater meaning, why has the dress endured as the de facto choice on the awards season circuit?