Posts Tagged ‘fashion’
First Impressions Looks matter. I hate to say it, but it’s true. I wish men (and women) could start dating — and fall in love — strictly based on the other person’s incredible personality or adventurous spirit. Until th...
It’s not often you see Fort Worth-based American Airlines in a fashion magazine. Then again, struggling airlines don’t often hire fancy New York designers to revamp employee uniforms. StyleBistro is excited — ...
The baggy bottom boys are losing their grip.
Haven’t we been through this before? No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service. Even an irreverent shirtless, shoeless hippie from the 1960s got the message that you cannot walk into a five-star restaurant as if you were going to the be...
UNT University Union
Born in Knoxville, Zigwai Remy Odukomaiya divided her childhood between the United States and her parents’ native Nigeria.
John Q. Public
To the editor: The Nov. 11 Static column, “What Will it Take?,” continues the saga of Taser guns and the dangerous, sometimes lethal ramifications from their 50,000-volt power.
A Fort Worth-based fashion company is featured in today’s edition of Valet, an independently published men’s webzine. American Viceroy’s new line of cotton shirts and pants is inspired by pajamas. Jerry James, who co-owns...
My expectations were modest going into The Devil Wears Prada. The film is based on Lauren Weisberger’s dishy 2003 novel, which became a best-seller because of its supposed portrayal of legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour, for...