One designer says shiny stuff just cheers him up in rough times.
Also a Hussein Chalayan exhibit will open in London next year, and Heidi Klum poses with a prize-winning cow.
The Dow experienced a big bump just before four o'clock — but that doesn't necessarily mean it was a good day.
Craig Unger, author of 'The Fall of the House of Bush,' and 'New York' writer Jennifer Senior discuss who won the debate (according to a novel measure), a potential missed opportunity for Obama on the economy, and what kind of president Obama might make — and whether anyone even knows him well enough to say.
One tries to bargain down the price of a slice, another suggests knockoff restaurants, and Flo Fab tells us, again, how restaurants are dealing with the these troubled times.
'National Review' correspondent Byron York and Craig Unger, author of 'The Fall of the House of Bush,' discuss McCain's challenge at tonight's debate, whether the race holds any surprises, and how Obama resembles Bush in his response to the financial crisis.
Also Olivier Theyskens didn't eat any of Reese Witherspoon's food, and glitter jeans still abound at L.A. Fashion Week.
And in these times, medium equals awesome!
'Rolling Stone' columnist Matt Taibbi and 'National Review' correspondent Byron York argue over the headwinds facing McCain, what Phil Gramm had to do with the financial crisis, and the importance of credit default swaps.
While McCain will (we assume) produce his new economic plan today, it seems clear that he still has a struggle ahead of him.
Also, check out Madonna's gun show, and Jeanne Lanvin's epic art collection could fetch over $40 million.
And normally we like that! What's up today in the economy …
The ‘Times’ columnist wins laurels for his work on international trade and economic geography.
Maybe the holiday-shopping season isn't doomed after all!
'Rolling Stone' columnist Matt Taibbi and 'New York' writer Michael Idov discuss why John McCain is “one of the worst” presidential candidates ever, Russian glee over American's problems, and what happens after a possible President Obama is hammered for what he doesn't manage to achieve.
Or are we kind of preoccupied with other things right now?
Sales of Louis bags helped LVMH revenues grow 6 percent in the third quarter.
Asian markets fell in massive selloffs, followed by European markets. And guess who's next?
We talk to a celebrity who actually remembers what life was like in the bad days.