June 24
Kristin Wornson sees her pendants, made from glass and pressed plants, as tiny canvases.

Minnesota maker's jewelry inspired by wild places close to home

Her jewelry is inspired by wild places close to home.
June 23
American content creator Tamu McPherson at her home in Milan, Italy.

Luxury fashion challenged to confront racist attitudes

When luxury fashion lined up social media posts to show solidarity with Black Lives Matters protests, brands got a whole lot of blowback.
June 23
Minneapolis summer style alert: citrus hues and big flowers

Minneapolis summer style alert: citrus hues and big flowers

Celebrate the hot summer sun and match its intensity by wearing exaggerated florals and luscious citrus tones. Bright and bold, this modern palette will brighten…
June 23
Cake Plus-Size Resale in Minneapolis.

This Minneapolis resale shop specializes in plus sizes for all genders

A boutique that brings style in more shapes and sizes.
June 20
The “Blue Angel” Cloud 2 electric guitar custom-made for the musician Prince in the 1980s was polished in May at Julien's Auctions warehouse in Cu

Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million

Grunge became gold Saturday as the guitar Kurt Cobain played on Nirvana's 1993 "MTV Unplugged" performance months before his death sold for an eye-popping $6 million at auction.
June 15

Givenchy appoints American Matthew Williams as new designer

French fashion house Givenchy has named American designer Matthew Williams as its new creative director, its third in three years. The appointment is effective from Tuesday.
June 14

Cosmetics CEO apologizes after backlash from confronting homeowner

The CEO of a cosmetics company issued an apology Sunday after a video was widely shared online showing her and her husband confronting a man and threatening to call police because he stenciled "Black Lives Matter" in chalk on his San Francisco property.
June 11

Some stores end practice of locking up black beauty products

Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health say they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color, joining Walmart in ending a practice at some stores that has drawn the ire of customers.
June 11

Companies touting Black Lives Matter face workforce scrutiny

After hitting the streets to protest racial injustices, Sharon Chuter was disillusioned by the number of corporate brands posting "glossy" messages spouting support for black lives.
June 8

Health department: No COVID-19 cases from Missouri salon

None of the clients and coworkers of two hair stylists at a Missouri hair salon who tested positive for COVID-19 had confirmed cases of the disease, health officials said Monday.
June 5

Luminaries Lost: A look at some of the artists lost to virus

A fashion designer who made it to the runways of Paris and New York but never left her Dominican home. An Oklahoma boy who became…
June 3

Mother fights order allowing death of ill son in Alabama

A mother who lost custody of her terminally ill son to the state is fighting an effort to withhold life support measures and let the child die naturally.
May 31

Parents hoping to get back to work face a child care crisis

A single father in New Jersey is taking unpaid leave from his job as a baker because he has no one to look after his son. A university employee in New York realizes she may never return to the office after her autistic daughter's child care center closed for good. A new mother in Utah uses vacation time to take two hours off from work each day.
May 30

Pop-up bar scene, tanning salon test shutdown rules in NYC

What passes for a pandemic-era speakeasy these days in New York City isn't secret at all.
May 29
Kylie Jenner, shown in a May 2019 file photo taken at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit in New York.

Kylie Jenner, Forbes spar over story on billionaire status

Forbes magazine, which once declared Kylie Jenner a billionaire on its cover, says she no longer deserves the title, but Jenner is pushing back.
May 29

Washington DC begins reopening in fits and starts

As the nation's capital took the first tiny steps toward reopening Friday, the continued threat of coronavirus was ever present.
May 28

Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

A Michigan court on Thursday ordered a barber to close his shop and stop defying the state's coronavirus restrictions, though he vowed to keep cutting hair.
May 28

Missouri Great Clips sites close after virus-related threats

Great Clips has temporarily closed its salons in Springfield, Missouri, after receiving threatening messages following the news that two of its hairstylists who tested positive for the coronavirus might have exposed 140 clients to the illness.
May 27

Official says defiant Michigan barbershop is health threat

A barbershop that has been operating in defiance of Michigan's coronavirus restrictions poses an "imminent threat" to public health, the state's chief medical officer testified Wednesday.
May 27

Nation's capital set to begin a gradual reopening on Friday

The nation's capital will begin a gradual reopening Friday, even as Mayor Muriel Bowser warns that it probably will result in more coronavirus infections.