• Industry Flea brings pop-up shops to Oklahoma City

    By Heather Warlick, Life and Style Editor | Updated: Thu, Apr 30, 2015

    Once a month, Oklahomans will have the opportunity to shop hyper-locally at the Industry Flea, which coincides with H&8th weekends, the last Fridays and Saturdays of each month until September. The Industry Flea is at 399 NW 10 in Oklahoma City.

  • Norman Music Festival gives fashionistas artistic license with style

    By Amber Gillmore, For The Oklahoman | Published: Thu, Apr 30, 2015

    Norman Music Festival attracted Oklahomans from across the state for performances by dozens of bands packed over three days. Amber Gillmore talked to some of the young fashionistas in the crowd to find out where they shop, which bands they came to see and their style inspirations.

  • H&M makes not-so-genius mistake on Thomas Edison quote T-shirt

    Published: Wed, Apr 29, 2015

    Big props to H&M for their touching tribute to American inventor Thmoas Eidosn, creator of the light blub, Mashable reports. In what appears to be a spellcheck gaffe, clothing retailer H&M has removed from its online store a T-shirt bearing a quote by Thomas Edison, which spells the word genius as "genious."

  • Correction: American Indians-Stereotypes story

    Updated: Wed, Apr 29, 2015

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — In an Associated Press story April 24 about American Indian stereotypes, the AP erroneously reported comments by Elise Marubbio, an American Indian Studies professor at Augsburg College, about the portrayal of Lakota Indians. She said that other Great Plains tribes, such as the Comanche, but not the Lakota, were portrayed as living in Monument Valley. The story should also have made it clear that, while many consider the Lakota to be the last tribe to be defeated by U.S. government forces, Marubbio did not state that as fact.

  • The Latest: Obama, Abe toast US-Japan relations

    Updated: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    10:40 p.m. (EDT) Dinner's over, and the "Jersey Boys" are serenading guests at Tuesday's state dinner for Japan's prime minister at the White House. The cast of the film adaptation of the jukebox musical — a big hit in Japan — is performing for guests in the State Dining Room. First up: John Lloyd Young as Frankie Valli singing "Can't Take My Eyes off You." The cast's doppelgangers for the rest of The Four Seasons then joined Young for hits like "Sherry Baby" and "Big Girls Don't Cry." __ 9:05 p.m.

  • Michelle Obama dons Tadashi Shoji gown at Japan state dinner

    Updated: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    WASHINGTON (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama paid tribute to the nation of honor at Tuesday's White House dinner for Japan by wearing a gown by Japanese-born designer Tadashi Shoji. Sleeveless, with an empire waist and floor-grazing chiffon pleats, the rich purple gown was at once regal and airy. The first lady's hair was pinned back, revealing delicate applique details on the dress bodice. Michelle Obama wore a long-sleeved floral frock from the Los Angeles-based designer earlier in the day for a visit to a Virginia elementary school with Akie Abe, wife of Japan's Prime Minister Shinzö Abe. Obama also chose a Shoji dress earlier this month for an appearance on "The Tonight Show.

  • Model search in Oklahoma City and Tulsa

    Linda Miller | Updated: Tue, Apr 28, 2015

    Brink Model Management is looking for the next top model in Oklahoma. Do you have what it takes?

  • Tulsan Jill Donovan turns interest in bracelets into thriving business serving celebrity A-listers

    BY LINDA MILLER, For The Oklahoman | Published: Sun, Apr 26, 2015

    In summer 2011 in Tulsa, Jill Donovan started Rustic Cuff, a jewelry line that’s sold in more than 250 stores across the country, at select Dillard’s and on Nordstrom.com. The business that started in her guest room has settled into a larger space and showroom with 24 employees.

  • Style survey: Welcome back khakis

    Linda Miller | Updated: Thu, Apr 23, 2015

    Men say khakis are once again gaining appeal because they’re more stylish and versatile.

  • Wearable Art: Fashions found at Oklahoma City's Festival of the Arts

    Heather Warlick | Life & Style Editor | Updated: Wed, Apr 22, 2015

    The Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts is a great place to find unusual, one-of-a-kind works of wearable art.

  • Noah Galloway stars in new fragrance ad

    Linda Miller | Updated: Tue, Apr 21, 2015

    Fragrance advertising campaign features “Dancing With The Stars” contestant Noah Galloway.

  • Helen Ford Wallace: Parties, Etc.: April 19

    By Helen Ford Wallace hwallace@Oklahoman.com | Published: Sun, Apr 19, 2015

    Wedding Shower, Engagement Party, OKCFEST. Leadership Oklahoma, 19th Hole, Junior League of OKC

  • Say goodbye to dark under-eye circles

    Linda Miller | Updated: Fri, Apr 17, 2015

    Makeup maven Bobbi Brown offers easy tips to cover those dreaded dark circles under the eyes.

  • Countdown to Lilly Pulitzer and MILLY at Target and Kohl’s

    Linda Miller | Updated: Thu, Apr 16, 2015

    It’s almost time for the launch of new fun, flirty and budget friendly limited-edition collections from Lilly Pulitzer and MILLY.

  • Out with the old, in with the new: Trendy resale shops makes style affordable in Oklahoma City area and beyond

    By Heather Warlick, Staff Writer | Published: Thu, Apr 16, 2015

    Daisy Exchange is an Oklahoman-owned trendy clothing resale store that specializes in current styles at prices about 70 percent of retail.

  • Tune in: Beauty products that give back

    Linda Miller | Updated: Wed, Apr 15, 2015

    QVC and Cosmetic Executive Women join forces for charitable shopping event.

  • Study finds Millennials not loyal to fashion brands

    Linda Miller | Updated: Fri, Apr 10, 2015

    Millenials reveal their perceptions of fashion brands and how loyalty can be strengthened.

  • Museum exhibit explores men in heels

    Linda Miller | Updated: Thu, Apr 9, 2015

    Exhibit delves into men’s heeled footwear, first worn an expression of power and prestige and later as a fashion statement.

  • The Mod Mix: Update your spring threads with a few unexpected additions

    By Sharon Mosley, Creators News Service | Published: Tue, Apr 7, 2015

    Trends for spring are imaginative and fun, bringing in elements of style eras, mixing patterns and textures for unlimited expressions of style.

  • Lane Bryant redefines sexy

    Linda Miller | Updated: Tue, Apr 7, 2015

    Plus-size retailer's new advertising campaign is designed to make beauty and sexy approachable and embraceable.




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