The good, the bad, the kitschy. A "seasonal sweater" is one way to start a conversation at a holiday function.
After being declared our first "Asian American," "female," "gay" and "Latino" president, President Obama has yet another title.
Charlie Sheen and FX should be nothing but happy with the ratings for its premiere of "Anger Management."
NBC'S "FASHION STAR": NBC on Tuesday will debut "Fashion Star," which is different from other fashion reality TV shows. That's because the contestants compete to have their winning creations sold each week at Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's and H&M. So shoppers actually can buy the winning designs online that night and in the stores the next day. McCall's will also sell sewing patterns.
The stakes are high. The judges are brutal. The challenges are difficult. And the contestants are determined to be the next Calvin Klein or Ralph Lauren.
President Obama will deliver an opening message before the debut of "Speak Up," a Cartoon Network documentary about bullied youth across America and those who have helped them.
It's a blustery day _ February tends to be that way in New York _ and Marian Kihogo, a fashion stylist and blogger from London, is dashing from one runway show to another, from the tents at Lincoln Center to studios and galleries scattered around Manhattan.
A house severely damaged in a Christmas morning fire that killed three children and two grandparents, one of whom worked as Santa Claus at Saks Fifth Avenue, has been torn down.
The collective message to come out of eight days -- and more than 100 runway shows -- at New York Fashion Week is that there'll be a longer, looser look to spring 2011. The buzz was about easy glamour inspired by the 1970s.