The Metro Detroit area has a growing interest and stake in all things fashion as evidenced by the number of new area fashion blogs hitting the web.
Michigan weather demands a fashionista have boots for the sudden climate and seasonal changes.
If you want to head out on Black Friday to do a bit of shopping, consider skipping the malls and heading to some smaller independently owned shops.
Fall is here, as is the holiday season, and you want your makeup to look its best. Check out the tips from this area pro who has worked with some of the biggest names in media.
Check out the costume and specialty shops in the area for a budget-conscious alternative to the slash-and-burn chain stores that pop up around this time each year.
If you have a favorite pair of shoes that needs to be repaired or leather luggage that has a tear, then take it to a local cobbler to have it made as good, if not better than new.
With the business sector in Detroit booming, looking your best in a new suit is more important than ever.
The Detroit Metro area has many flea markets that are filled with baubles and finds that will delight any shopper.
Detroit has an excellent selection of vintage clothing boutiques, each with its own unique vibe and a wondrous array of retro apparel.
September has become a major month for the fashion industry in Michigan. There are plenty of noteworthy events with opportunities to show of your best style and mingle.
Designers highlight the hottest trends for Spring/Summer 2013 on September 27, 2012 at The Detroit Yacht Club.
Michigan Fashion Week (MFW) debuted to a crowded room of excited attendees, this past Saturday night, at the Southfield Civic Center. Fourteen designers showcased their collections on the runway in the first-time fashion event.
The fashion world was taken by storm on Saturday, March 10 when “Fashion in Detroit” was presented at the Motor City Soundboard.