Warm, fuzzy feelings guaranteed.
Try on designer rentals before committing to them.
They're the shopping bags of Christmas past.
Also, more news from the sisters Mulleavy.
After a European expansion and collaboration with Tom Scott, the Singapore-based label hits the racks at Henri Bendel.
Sometimes window-shopping is all you need!
When the sister co-designers lost their jobs in finance last year, they launched their own fun-but-functional handbag line.
These designer-commissioned totes serve a greater purpose than schlepping your stuff.
Including exclusive Louboutins, 24-karat-gold-topped cookies, Karl Lagerfeld self-portraits, and more!
Eighteen can't-miss spots for shopping, drinking, elbow-rubbing, and generally proving to your Midwestern friends how cool New York is.
Also, Diane Kruger and Penélope Cruz landed beauty campaigns.
And Christina Aguilera chopped all her hair off.
Henri Bendel won't sell clothing for much longer, and discount stores are scooping up the stock.
Bendel is restructuring and expanding. Or ... laying off?
Homegirl's just too darn famous!
In today’s installment, Henri Bendel fashion director Ann Watson loves Y-3’s reworked classics; DVF’s colors and prints; and Tuleh’s sheath dresses.
Kate Somerville's line isn't just available at spas anymore, and a new drug promises to grow eyelashes. Let's see if the FDA approves that one.
Sarah Jessica Parker was worried no one would show up to her fragrance event in Paris, Canada gave Avril Lavigne a hair award, and makeup is now specially made for high-def television.