If Harry Kargman is the calm, his wife, Jill, is the storm. He, the gentle entrepreneur who built digital advertising game changer Kargo; she, the wisecracking, F-bomb-dropping writer who is riding a newfound wave of fame thanks to her hit Bravo TV show Odd Mom Out, which returns June 20.
If you want the experience of shopping in a far-flung bazaar without leaving the East End, Joey Wölffer’s Styleliner will give it to you. You’ve likely seen the truck, an emporium on wheels that features clothing and accessories from around the world, which first hit the pavement in 2010 (a small, similar store was opened… Read More →
During the past three years, Gigi Howard had a baby and launched a business, but what she didn’t have was a place to unwind. When she started hunting out east for a home to share with her young son, it wasn’t until she toured a Colonial beauty with an expansive master bedroom that she knew she’d found the… Read More →
Pauline Rochas learned to love fragrance from her grandmother, Madame Rochas, matriarch of the famed design house and for whom the label’s iconic first scent, created in 1960, was named. That heritage provided the foundation for Pauline to pursue her own artistic endeavors, first as a still life photographer and now as a perfumer…. Read More →
CITY CHIC OUT EA ST Sandra de Ovando inherited her exquisite eye from her mother. “She was an artist, a gardener, a wonderful cook and someone who, no matter what she was doing, created beauty,” de Ovando says of the aesthetic sensibility that she swears is in her DNA. “I thought everyone grew up in a… Read More →
It was the need to pay o parking tickets that drew Bonnie Young to the fashion business. “I wanted to be an artist, but I had to nd a way to make money,” she says, recalling multiple trips to the pound to retrieve her car. A friend got her a paid internship… Read More →
Bethany Mayer—mother, retailer, surfer—studies beach culture. In the early 2000s, she noticed a shift in the way surfers dressed. Once a fashion wasteland of ratty sweatshirts with duct tape accents, the community was starting to embrace the upgraded fabrics, high-performance technology and better design that apparel-makers were oering. Mayer took note. Her 200-square-foot store,… Read More →
Like most little girls, 1980s supermodel Gail Elliott harbored early dreams of becoming many things—a veterinarian, a ight attendant, a nurse —but it was a ballet teacher who nudged her to try modeling, a career that would span more than two decades and give Elliott a “real appreciation for how beautiful clothes make a woman… Read More →
This season’s “i of i t” piece? The skir t t. What’s new about it? graceful lengths that flatt er grownups. here are the best, paired with the perfect accessories. The basics by body type: Tweak the Fit Rules of engagement: getting it right, given your shape if you’re Full… Read More →
The seven Newswomen on the these pages are casting critical eye on the candidates this election season. But scrutiny is a two-way street: even brilliant writers and reporters have to look good. Here, they wear fall’s best sheath dresses, pairing some style with their substance.