Monthly Archives: December 2015

They Said It: 2015’s Notable Quotes

Fashion’s highly quotable were at it again.

On the Street: Bill Cunningham | Lush Colors

The richness of colors, particularly pastels and flower patterns on winter coats, often reflects the hidden treasures of gemstones and of vegetables sliced open, revealing an intense color inside.


Bill Cunningham | Lush Colors

The richness of colors, particularly pastels and flower patterns on winter coats, often reflects the hidden treasures of gemstones and of vegetables sliced open, revealing an intense color inside.


Our Favorite Styles Photos of 2015

A look at some of the year’s most striking Styles section images.


How to Outsource Your 2016 New Year’s Resolutions


As I look back on my 2015, the landscape is littered with a lot of stuff I’ve left undone. There’s a coffee table I didn’t finish building, and several dietary plans I wrote up and sacrificed to cheeseburger consumption. There’s a stack of books I resolved to read but never … More »

Vows: An Actress and an Agent: ‘What Could Be a Better Match?’

Haley Swindal and Jack Tantleff were enmeshed in theater life thousands of miles apart, but made time to grow close.


Carrie Underwood on Grazing From the Fridge


As American Idol revs up for its final season next month, one of the show’s darlings, Carrie Underwood, is launching a new chapter of her own. The singer debuted an athleisure line, Calia, at New York Fashion Week last fall — impressive considering just six months before, she and her … More »

8 Dressy Shoes That Don’t Look Dumb With Tights


One of winter’s greatest challenges is answering the question "Do I look terrible in these tights and shoes?" before walking out the door. If you’re accessorizing a dress or skirt, proverbial wisdom says the darker and more covered up your shoes, the easier it is to match them with tights. … More »

Is Dietland 2015’s Most Surprising Book About Women?


Plum Kettle, heroine of the debut novel Dietland by Sarai Walker, is fat. She’s on a diet, and she’s trying to lose weight. Anyone who reads women’s fiction can foresee the plot that might easily follow from this premise: Plum becomes a butterfly and finds love. But Walker’s book quickly … More »

How Many Calories Does It Take to Make a Food Baby?


It’s often said that pregnant women are eating for two, and while that’s technically accurate, it (unfortunately) doesn’t mean they get to consume double the calories in the name of growing another person. As a new video from Discovery News points out, it’s really more like eating for 1.15 people.The … More »