Plus, information about the DIA’s upcoming exhibit, Lost & Found
During a visit to Detroit, the creative will give a behind-the-scenes look at the film’s accessories
Natalia Januszewski creates an arrangement that adds drama to even the most minimalist spaces
From grooming to shopping, a comprehensive directory for stylish men in metro Detroit
Keith Williams’ inherent knack for landscaping blossomed from his Bloomfield Hills yard
The Brightmoor native discusses the meaning behind her jewelry, her journey to Paris Fashion Week, and beyond
Get the look with the season’s best dresses, tops, accessories, and more
Curtis Sullivan, owner and operator of Vault of Midnight stores in Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, wants to be known as more than just a local comic book shop.
Share sweet sayings with your special someone this Valentine’s Day with stationery by Michigan-based makers
Plus, bridal looks with vintage flare
Inside a former window dresser’s eclectic West Village home
From gift shops to clothing stores and everything in between
Brace yourself for frigid temperatures with haute coats and chic accessories
We sifted through nearly 500 items from local and national brands to help you find the perfect gifts for your friends, family, and coworkers.
There’s plenty of new, local retailers to meet all of your gift-giving needs
Detroit-based menswear stylist and blogger Michael-Anthony Spearman dishes out his best advice
Lipstick enthusiast and founder of The Lip Bar Melissa Butler shows you how to make the season's top lipstick trends stay from home to happy hour
Brand experts share tips for achieving bold lips, smoky eyes, flawless skin, and more
Add intrigue to your jewelry box this season
Fashion Accessories Chair, College for Creative Studies
Playing ‘what’s in our (shopping) bag’ with new Detroit retailers
On the 16th anniversary of Aaliyah’s death, the Detroit-native’s legacy lives on.
Must-have tools for your next sweet treat cook-off
Treat Pops to something extra special this Father’s Day with stylish accessories, gadgets, and treats
Inspiration to make you feel at home
Vintage bridal looks for a timeless and unforgettable wedding celebration.
A recap of this year's FashionSpeak conference in Detroit and an exclusive interview with fashion designer Kevan Hall.
A photo recap from Electric Forest 2015.
Detroit-based Cyberoptix’s new menswear line adds a dash of creativity to the cubicle
On Thursday, June 19th, Hour Detroit attended an exclusive preview of photographer Bruce Weber's exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Tony Bennett brings his classic voice and cross-generational appeal to Freedom Hill Amphitheatre this August
Women Who Rock tour stops at the Henry Ford
The Six Million Dollar Man, the Bionic Woman, and even Captain Kirk are coming to Motor City Comic Con’s 25th anniversary
In the midst of the city, pond and garden club members share ideas to create serene, backyard oases
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
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
Educating the Motor City about the world's most popular beverage
Spring Accessories to Make Sure You're Best Dressed to the K9's
Local products may be just the ticket for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day
Bridal fashions for the gown - and wedding - of your dreams
It’s time to stock up on luxurious cashmere — from cozy blankets to classic sweaters.
Bordeaux, merlot, cabernet — no matter what you call it, burgundy is the color of the season.
Exotic materials, classic shapes, and bold splashes of color — our favorite fall handbags have it all.
Step out in style with fall’s towering wedges, equestrian-inspired boots, and fashion-forward flats
This autumn, ‘finger’ painting takes a vibrant turn
It’s no secret that shielding the face from the sun’s harmful rays is one of the keys to healthy, youthful-looking skin. This summer, go beyond traditional sunscreen and add these luxe products with a protective streak to your beauty routine.
On Father's Day consider giving appropriate accessories to the man who's always a step ahead.
Color is back in season with this fresh makeup palette
After receiving rave reviews for her fall collection at Fashion Week in New York, South Lyon native Ann Yee, 28, took a break from her hectic schedule to talk with Hour Detroit via e-mail.
During a recent stop at Somerset Collection in Troy, Tim Gunn offered a few tips on black-tie style.
LaVida Massage is skilled at untying the knots for tensed-up patrons.
Stretching out keeps students from stressing out.
Pour on the comfort with vibrant pitchers and pots that add visual pleasure to seasonal cider and hot tea. As for those pumpkin-spice cookies, heap them on a tray for guest-worthy presentation.
Andiamo’s healthful ‘Lean’ menu is just what the doctor ordered.
Former metro Detroiter Johnny Wujek adds his signature flair to the looks of actresses and musicians.
Miriam Kleinman, founder of Teava Skincare, says that applying tea ingredients directly to the skin can help smooth wrinkles and prevent premature aging.
Plymouth Yoga Room stretches the body and mind.
An in-home trainer is a good fit for busy people or those who have trouble getting motivated.
Krystyna’s European Spa’s new location continues its commitment to creating a tranquil and relaxing experience.
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.
A hot-rock manicure and pedicure at the homey Carol Lewis Day Spa is a cool idea.
Face it: What you eat really does make a difference in the way you look.
Beautiful bottles, big names, and anniversary editions define the newest scents for men and women.
Presidential campaign buttons tally up a lot of favorable votes with fervent political memorabilia collectors.
The road to relaxation is paved with amenities galore.
Buy a swimsuit, get toned, sport a pedicure, and don’t forget to carry a life preserver in the form of sun protection, even when you’re nowhere near the beach.
For skin protection, aim to have it made in the shade.
Students get high marks making clients look and feel good at Royal Oak's sleek Douglas J. Aveda Institute.
Linen shirts for summer.
Organic makeup lets you put on a happy face — naturally
This season, jeans are as fashionable as ever. Follow these tips for a smart spring purchase.
For most people, sitting down to a home-cooked family dinner à la the Cleavers is as remote as black-and-white TV.
The sleek Immerse Spa at MGM Grand Detroit is drenched in amenities, including a shimmering pool, sauna, whirlpool — and, for massage enthusiasts, something called a bonger
From suntanning to pruning roses, bathing babies to sanding furniture, hands wear the effects of our daily labors like a glove.
Eat, drink, and be wary: With the aid of a registered dietitian, we sort through today's nutritional conundrums and arrive at some answers
It's party season, but making merry by dressing like an elf, revealing too much cleavage, and chugging down holiday spirits are all Noel no-no's.
Squash, the giant-size vegetables of autumn, pack a large dose of dietary benefits. On the vitamin report card, you might say they rank an A-plus.