Cara Brook wants women to know she’s just like them. Women might be more interested in knowing, though, that they’re just like Brook. At least they can be, if they follow her hair and makeup tips.
When Deirdre Clemente watches “The Great Gatsby,” which premieres May 10, it won’t strictly be for entertainment purposes. It won’t necessarily be because she feels she knows F. Scott Fitzgerald, either.
Surprise your mom. Get her something she’s never opened on Mother’s Day. Here are a few suggestions.
A few of them came to unwind. Others needed the bonding time. Some just wanted to learn how to turn old T-shirts into rugs.
Introducing new ideas is one thing. Ingraining them is another.
Daniella Capitano is the latest entrepreneur to set up shop in downtown Las Vegas.
The runways for spring ’13 featured Twiggy-like silhouettes at Moschino and Louis Vuitton, kimono dresses from Emilio Pucci and Etro, dresses so oversized that models at Jil Sander were drowning in them, sporty styles from Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham, stripes from vertical to chevron over at Marc Jacobs, patchwork looks a la Proenza Schouler and Erdem and giant ruffles from Gucci and Chloe.
Robin Eastern works in member services at a Costco in Reno. While watching the door one day, a customer entered her store and inadvertently lit a bright bulb over her head.
An emerald-green, sleeveless knee-length dress hangs from a dress form inside the Las Vegas Convention Center. Next to it, a royal blue number hangs, beckoning passers-by to look.
When unflattering Facebook photos surface, keep your chin up. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, patients are taking that advice to the operating table. Chin augmentations soared 71 percent between 2010 and 2011. Doctors point to social media as the culprit.