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See the Most Dazzling Holiday Windows in New York
’Tis the season!
By Catie L'Heureux
30 Ways to Upgrade Your Bathroom Vanity
Order the disorder.
By Ashley Weatherford
Meet Jane Shepherdson, the Woman Behind Whistles’ Cult Following
The London brand makes its debut in New York.
By Hattie Crisell
Scrooged: Bloomingdale’s and Rockefeller Center Ditch Veteran Santas
Both iconic NYC holiday spots have new men in the suits.
By Joe Coscarelli
See the Best Holiday Window Displays
Warm, fuzzy feelings guaranteed.
By Julie Ma
Buy, Wear, Then Return? Some Retailers Crack Down
But there's still one store you can rely on.
By Allison P Davis
Lord & Taylor Will Stay Open on Thanksgiving; Diesel Names New Womenswear Designer
Plus, Kate Moss wears Louis Vuitton's Yayoi Kusama collection for Jalouse magazine.
Terry Richardson Shoots the Girls Guys; Jason Wu Now Designs for the St. Regis Hotel
Plus, Toni Garrn covers Numéro Tokyo's December issue.
Twenty-five Offbeat Scarves for an Upbeat Fall
Loop, tie, and wrap them to transform your look.
By Veronica Misako Gledhill
Kate Upton Covers Cosmo; Donna Karan Meditated Mid-Speech
And Donna Karan meditated mid-speech.
Marvin Traub, Former Bloomingdale’s President and CEO, Died Today at Age 87
He is widely credited with transforming the department store into the institution it is now.
By Hilary Moss
Tom Ford’s New Lookbook Contains (Shocker!) Nudity; Nicholas Kirkwood Talks Kate Middleton
Plus, Kate Moss covers June's British Vogue in Versace.
Bloomingdale’s Workers Rallied for Raises Today
They're in negotiations for a new contract.
By Charlotte Cowles
Zooey Deschanel Loves Prada’s ‘Intellect’; Herald Square Scares Shoppers
Plus, American Eagle's Israeli debut, new TOMS flats launched overnight, and more fashion news.
Bloomingdale’s Christmas Windows Have Bags in Them
They're the shopping bags of Christmas past.
By Ally Betker
Ralph’s Famous Ices to Gramercy; Bloomingdales Gets Its Very Own Magnolia
Plus: another outdoor-dining option, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Japan's Grocery Shelves Stripped Bare; Patina Embraces High School Students
Fearful of radiation spreading from a Northern power plant, Japan's stores have been stripped of food.
Best Bet: Capresso Milk Frother
This compact machine froths or warms milk for coffee or cocoa.
Lady Gaga’s New M.A.C. Campaign; Estée Lauder’s Wild Violet Color Collection
Also, Alexa Chung got a shorter bob.
Charlie Palmer’s DG Burger Has Nothing to Do With Daniel Boulud’s DB Burger
And that's just the beginning of the confusion.
By Daniel Maurer