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Millennial Money: How frugal fashionistas can stay on trend

Millennial Money: How frugal fashionistas can stay on trend

There are other places to shop for these types of savings, too. But if you’re not shopping at a trusted establishment, you could be vulnerable to phoney goods.

Millennial Money: How frugal fashionistas can stay on trend

Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond win top fashion awards

Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond win top fashion awards

It was the second honour in two days for Jean-Raymond, the prominent Black founder of the Pyer Moss label, who was also named Designer of the Year by Harlem's Fashion Row in a virtual ceremony on Sunday.

Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond win top fashion awards

Jason Wu puts on a fashion week show before a tiny audience

Jason Wu puts on a fashion week show before a tiny audience

With 30 models on a wooden boardwalk surrounded by tropical plants and sand on a downtown rooftop, Wu spaced 36 guests at a safe distance apart as he took his audience to Mexico's Tulum, the Yucatan Peninsula spot where he got married.

Jason Wu puts on a fashion week show before a tiny audience

NY Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual

NY Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual

The “week” will even include a version of the annual CFDA Awards — usually presented with fanfare at a glitzy June gala, but cancelled this year. The winners will be announced by video on Monda

NY Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual

VIRUS DIARY: The coronavirus came, and she kept on training

VIRUS DIARY: The coronavirus came, and she kept on training

I’d been training for the Austria trip for years. The Winter World Masters Games are the Olympics for masters athletes – people 35 years and older.

VIRUS DIARY: The coronavirus came, and she kept on training

Doctors studying why obesity may be tied to serious COVID-19

Doctors studying why obesity may be tied to serious COVID-19

Excess weight increases the chances of developing a number of health problems, including heart disease and diabetes. And those are among the conditions that can make COVID-19 patients more likely to get very sick.

Doctors studying why obesity may be tied to serious COVID-19

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