The new space will be the company’s first foray into barbering
The summer clothing and accessories are designed with water and work in mind
The shop’s owners are embracing slow fashion
And Michael Kors will relocate to the south side of the shopping center
Founder John Pegg went from spray-painting headlights to creating scents that are sold around the world
American footwear retailer Foot Locker has expanded their empire into metro Detroit, opening its first ‘Power Store’ concept-store on 8 Mile Road in Eastpointe on Jan. 25.
Lake Orion resident Kelly Carroll, 50, started her eponymous handbag and accessories line in 2002, after she was let go from her job as a quality manager at a technical recruiting company, due to downsizing.
With discounts typically starting at 37 percent off original pricing, the Friday after turkey day seems profitable for our economy and our closets. What often goes unpublicized is the havoc the occasion wreaks.
The owner of W. Vintage Vibe shares how her love of fashion, family, and social media launched her online retail business
Halloween is upon us, and to celebrate the holiday, we tasked six Hour Detroit editors with recreating headshots of celebrities — past and present — some may not know have roots in metro Detroit.
One of several retail tenants for the Shinola Hotel, Madewell’s 2,601-square-foot space features a Denim Bar, which offers jeans from the brand’s Eco Edition line in addition to classic styles.
Actors Michael B. Jordan, Chadwick Boseman, and Letita Wright were praised for their standout performances, as well as those who worked behind the scenes on music, writing, and, of course, fashion.
Following the recent openings of trendy hair salons, Detroit Blows and Blo Detroit, metro Detroit’s blow-dry bar scene is about to get even bigger.
Men and women formed a line of concert proportions, not for a flash sale but rather for the chance to meet fashion icon, Betsey Johnson.
No one knows Henry the Hatter like Corey Turner. The hat company that has weathered the ebbs and flows of Detroit’s retail market since 1893, opened its doors to Turner for a feature in his final project as a student at The School of Visual Arts in New York City.