Art meets fashion when the season's edgy evening wear is framed by local industrial metal sculptures
These three women-owned businesses are unstacking the deck
Men's fashion suits up with the stars of Detroit City Football Club
Meet some of the people (and their rides) that make up metro Detroit’s vibrant auto culture
The Founders Junior Council’s longstanding Fash Bash has become one of the DIA’s most anticipated events
Born from a desire to change the city’s image, the Detroit pride T-shirt has grown into a fashionable summer essential
Tips for planning the ultimate family-friendly spread
Local entrepreneurs are putting the Motor City on the fashion map
Florals are an enduring fashion motif, and today’s freshest arrivals range from subtle lace patterns that evoke delicate leaves to botanical-inspired prints.
There’s a certain element of mystery behind putting together dramatic outfits that command attention. We take a cue from director Alfred Hitchcock’s most suspenseful thrillers to focus on modern twists of classic styles.
Turn heads this holiday season in bewitching gowns with glittering details
Unwrap the unexpected and unusual from heartwarming stocking stuffers for the little ones to toast-worthy drink accessories for the adults
Bringing Detroit's freshest talent together to create a beautiful November evening dinner party
Who said active wear has to look like a baggy pair of sweats and an old T-shirt? We’ve sported some of today’s best athletic-inspired fashion to make the back-to-school season a little more energetic
Sure it’s been a long, cold, and lonely winter. But don’t look back. Let the season’s most exciting looks help you spring forward and "Shake It Off."
We asked some far-from-regular guys from metro Detroit to guest star as models for our fashion feature. From artists and designers to chefs, passionate dog rescuers, car enthusiasts, and even the Honorary Consul General of Namibia, these men certainly wear it well.
John Varvatos has opened high-profile boutiques from LA to London, but perhaps no location means more to him than the one on Woodward Avenue
Instantly classic bridal fashions that can make your big day the talk of the town
Evenings out aren’t always just black-tie manners and home by midnight. Sometimes, the high-energy celebration lasts into the wee hours.
All that glitters isn’t necessarily gold — and diamonds aren’t the only way to add an extra sparkle to holiday fashion
Writer-director Mike Binder hopes his new custody battle film Black or White spurs discussions about race
A tip of the cap to retailers that kept Detroiters looking sharp
Southfield bachelor renovates outdated condo to create a high-rise home for his art collection and family heirlooms
They come from all walks of life — from automotive, hospitality, and health to politics and philanthropy. What they have in common is dressing well.
Local culinary classes range from making doughnuts to earning degrees.
Treetops Resort's Farm2Fork events tap the bounty of local producers.
Tony Bennett brings his classic voice and cross-generational appeal to Freedom Hill Amphitheatre this August
As views on marijuana mellow nationwide, voters across Michigan can have their say in the debate with more ballot initiatives this year
The silver lining to the Asian carp invasion just might be a better understanding of river biology
The show will go on at this summer’s Rothbury music festival — despite the slew of promoters filing lawsuits
Detroit Police Chief James Craig is reopening precincts — and community dialogue — as part of his crime-fighting initiatives
Nonprofit sets out to destroy the monster of 'ruin porn' one abandoned home at a time
It's the time of the season for digging, pruning, and (maybe) planting
How an arms race architect named Dave Dombrowski has taken the Detroit Tigers from helpless to heroic
Tiger Stadium isn't the Detroit area's only bygone baseball venue
From metro Detroit hails an online fundraising platform that's been redefining philanthropy on a national scale
Detroit-born Broadway star Elaine Stritch still attracts — and charms — a crowd
Nigel Barker left N.Y. Fashion Week early to team up with Art Van
Spring Accessories to Make Sure You're Best Dressed to the K9's
Bridal fashions for the gown - and wedding - of your dreams
A sweeping gown, a well-tailored tux, carefully crafted cars — they all have timeless beauty. The curves, the colors, and a little bit of extra flair make these vehicles and the fashions...American Classics
These hand-picked hair, makeup, and skincare products are some of our favorites. Try them to smooth away wrinkles, brighten your eyes, and tame unruly hair just in time for fall.
Fall dressing gets powerful with gender-neutral military looks
Taking a fresh look at summer
Men's Spring Fashion.
‘Black tie’ doesn’t have to be taken literally. Men can add flair to bows with color and pattern
Standout textures, colors, and embellishments put holiday-party fashions at center stage.
Stylish men and women share their thoughts on how to wear it well
Like the pleasingly quirky results of foreign phrases reinterpreted, redefining elements of fashion trends can create a personal narrative that's yours alone.
On the 50th anniversary of her tragic death, screen icon Marilyn Monroe is back in the spotlight.
Full-bloom colors energize fashions for men in a season flowering with vibrant hues.
Luminous as a pearl, translucent as a diamond, diaphanous as a passing wisp of cloud, a whisper-white wedding palette — from snowy to ivory and champagne — inspires a hush, a pristine aura before the speaking of the vows
Designer Jennifer Chun took a break from her busy design schedule to talk with Hour Detroit about fashion and her 2012 Spring/Summer collection, which ships to Tender in Birmingham in mid-January.
With versatility as the goal, a single article of clothing can do double duty -- and beyond -- for different events.
High-end consignment biz gives designer duds a second life.
A colorful fling with spring at Dearborn's The Henry Ford.
Local weddings celebrating the union of creative couples provide inspiration for all those details — from invitations to centerpieces.
Photographed at Cranbrook House & Gardens, Bloomfield Hills
My makeup, my makeup!” was the popular line from the award-winning Detroit Zoo commercial that ran in the 1980s, depicting the animals preparing for their daily “show” for visitors to the park. What’s funny is how important those lines seem to be for human celebrities these days, with the popularity of red-carpet events, the advent of high-def TV, and aggressive paparazzi lurking around every corner.
At Nadwa’s new location, a unique pedicure and a professional manicure show hands-on attention.
Aerial yoga provides a lift for those looking for a twist on their exercise regimen.
Pamella DeVos’ sophisticated designs garner star attraction among Hollywood celebrities.
Any way you cut it, Ahee’s diamond necklace is brilliant.
Airbrush makeup has a firm foundation in looking good and lasting long.
Let yourself glow with a high-end facial at beauty oasis Bluemercury.
OK, so far you’ve managed to stay true to your New Year’s resolution to drop some pounds. But there’s more to looking good than just being slender.
Michigan took a back seat in the recent presidential primary season, no thanks to the vagaries of party politics.
Michigan talent is heading to New York’s Couture Fashion Week.
Sartorial etiquette doesn't take a vacation, even on the hottest and most humid days. But it's possible to stay cool while following fashion protocol.
Students get high marks making clients look and feel good at Royal Oak's sleek Douglas J. Aveda Institute.
For upstart designer Sarah Spratt, a Downriver childhood and Cass Corridor education provided an outsider sensibility that’s serving her well.
After years of creating sweeping gowns and separates for a clientele that includes some of Hollywood’s most elite, Kevan Hall has a formula that seems less about the precision of components and more about the inspiration behind them