More than 200 precious objects made under the direction of Karl Fabergé provide a glimpse into a bygone era of Russian imperial glory in the exhibition Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts through Jan. 21, 2013.
Not into antiquing and tired of spending money on gas driving from garage sale to garage sale? Then a flea market might be exactly what you are looking for. These five vendors have their own unique style and truly embody the flea market experience in the Detroit Metro.
Whether you want a great pair of athletic shoes for summer sports or some really unique sandals to show off at a concert or wedding, there are some great places to find summertime footwear in Detroit.
The wonderful thing about antiquing is that anyone can learn how to do it at any time. Here are five vendors who will help you on your journey to find that ultimate treasure.
PayAnywhere Tuesday announced that it has teamed up with Origami Owl, a social-selling jewelry business, to bring the ease of mobile credit card processing to independent Origami Owl Designers nationwide.
Oakland County Sheriff investigators say the suspects pulled up in a black sedan around 1:10 a.m. and robbed the victims of $110 and jewelry.
Whether you are in the market for funky fedoras, posh Panamas, banging baseball caps, classy cloches, or a sassy straw hat, these five venues have what you need to top off any look.
Art fairs and festivals will be plentiful this spring and summer in Detroit.
Five local venues feature some of the latest spring trends that go beyond the pale into vibrant hues, unique blends of pattern and feminine silhouettes.
Eco-fashion can come in many forms in the Detroit metro area, and these five local entrepreneurs are leading the way in sustainable style.