"United shall have the right to refuse passengers who are not properly clothed," the airline tweeted after a passenger claimed three girls were told they could not board the flight.
Beauty expectations are spiraling out of control as women no longer need to just look like super models but also disco balls.
Data from online shop the Real Real highlights an unlikely star.
The color, found on sneakers, couches, book covers, toasters, and Drake, isn’t fading.
Enjoy the pomade and itchy face while you still can.
The sportswear giant aggressively defends its logo. Now someone is pushing back.
Twenty years ago, on March 24 and 25, 1997, 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed mass suicide — and all were wearing the same style of black-and-white Nikes. And now, of course, the style is a collector's item.
What makes gray such an appealing choice for clothes in particular? Perhaps wearing gray is a way of soothing the 21st-century chaos, like camouflage for or insulation from the modern world.
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"The evolution of jeweled teeth, from ancient caves to modern-day rappers."
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For Kitten Kay Sera, the Pink Lady of Hollywood, pink isn't just a color, it's a lifestyle.
The retail giants are not only competing to sell outdoor gear – they are rivals in the contest to sell the thrill of the wilderness to the urban masses.
Every item that moves across the border has a set tariff. That includes the Snuggie, which is made in China. And the tariffs for blankets and "pullover apparel" are very different .
From Balenciaga to Nike, sneakers are getting bigger, bolder, and more colorful. Ten years ago, the menswear world was enamored by a new wave of sneakers that were starkly minimal. Those days are long gone, it appears.
You know that musky perfume smell you love so much? That Ambergris — which is a fancy name for whale poop that has popped around in the sea for a while.
Nike will soon begin selling a performance hijab for Muslim women athletes.
How a $2 piece of headwear for maintaining black hair went from shunned to celebrated.
Perhaps no '90s fashion relic captures the era as well as Zubaz, with their trademark outlandish prints being instantly recognizable to anyone alive during their heyday.
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