A 61-year-old Long Island lifeguard was told he'd have to wear "boxers, briefs or board shorts" rather than his preferred, less-revealing swimwear, in order to pass a swim test. Now he's suing for age discrimination.
It's about to be spring, and though a winter chill lingers through much of the country, there's no doubt that warm weather is almost upon us. And with balmy days ahead, it's a good time to focus on street harassment –- a problem that always seems to get worse this time of year. Fittingly, this Sunday, March 20, marks…
The Bumbys are a masked, anonymous, be-wigged pair who make a living going to events and critiquing peoples' appearance. I can't decide if this is totally modern, oddly 18th Century, or just Kafkaesque.
C28 makes clothes for hip, young evangelical Christians. For those who want to wear their love of Jesus — and Reagan — on their skintight sleeve.
"She is relating fashion to feminism. She is saying women dress for themselves," says the mother of the young blogger behind The Man Repeller. Well, sorta.
Today in pyrrhic victories: a Swiss bank has rolled out a dress code that's equally obnoxious to women and men. It even warns dudes against panty lines!
When a Civil Liberties professor finds herself offended by a student's skimpy clothes, she's caught between theory and reality. When is clothing inappropriate? And can a professor ever say so?
New York Magazine talks about the new trend in tween clothes: "adult-girl fashion," in which, inspired by girls like Noah Cyrus and Lourdes Leon, pre-teens dress like tiny women. Which prompted us to look back at tween fashion!
The eagerly-anticipated Eat, Pray, Love movie (the extraordinary true story of a woman who took a long vacation) hits theaters next month - and you can wear "Eat Pray Love by Sue Wong", the luxurious ready-to-wear collection, when you go!
No, not by us! By their countrymen, who, today, ask two burning questions: "Do Rich Yanks Dress Better than Rich Brits?" and "Why DO British men on holiday dress like oversized toddlers?" (Okay, "burning" might be an exaggeration):
GMA is concerned about how Jenny Sanford is "coping." Robin Givhan says, just look at the clothes: she's fine! But when we see Ruth Madoff's roots? That analysis is accompanied by Schadenfreude.