First it was fringe. As the Fashion Link reported last year (“Living on the Fringe...of Fashion,” April 16, 2016), fringe has been a fun and whimsical addition to wardrobe and accessories. A quick look around and the fashion-savvy accessorizer will notice that fun additions are not limited to fringe.
Recently, a new client raised a concern about the hair on her sheital. She had purchased the sheital three and a half years ago and began noticing little white dots at the end of the sheital hairs. She asked me if the hair was damaged, and whether she needed a new sheital. I reassured her that the only problem
The school year is winding down and that means preparation for summer camp is speeding up. Need duffle bags? Laundry bags? Goggles? Shirts, skirts or pants? Murray Goldwag, better known as Murray the Sockman, is making his way around the New York/New Jersey area selling everything kids need for camp at school and
Teaneck—When it comes to camp gear, there are the basics—shirts, skirts, pants and socks come to mind. Sleepaway can even have more accessories, additional towels, sheets and other amenities. Sometimes, though, campers are looking for something less basic, more fun but still wearable.
Teaneck—Did you know there is a modern, Parisian-style boutique right on Queen Anne Road in Teaneck, where 70 to 80 percent of its hats—works of art and true craftsmanship—are handmade? It’s true, but Solène’s influence extends not just to hats and far beyond Teaneck;
We’ve all been there: While skimming the latest celebrity magazine, we come across a new hair color, highlight or color trend that we must try ourselves. We hand over the inspiration to our stylist, hoping that they can make us look as great as the eye-catching original. But upon the final
Fashion doesn’t stop just because the weather is hot. A savvy fashionista knows how to dress for weather success, and Meechal Finkelstein, owner of Michelle Judith Boutique (@michelle_judith_boutique on Instagram) in Teaneck is ready for summer.
“Summer is all about light,
Teaneck—Ahuva Guzman is quite the in-demand hair stylist. She follows styles she sees on YouTube videos, can copy one from a picture and comes up with her own designs, too. Clients love her creativity and talent. Not just talented, she is magnanimous and warm-hearted too, with a portion of her earnings going to tzedakah.
While in the frost of the winter we hair coverers welcome the extra warmth that having an extra layer on our heads provides, with the heat approaching we struggle to stay cool. But don’t fret! Hair coverings have revolutionized so much over the past few years, it seems like every few months a new
Get ready for some color. While the past couple spring fashion lines have featured bold prints and lots of florals, this season prints move aside to let solids and muted patterns make a comeback.
Dassie Fuchs, owner of Petit Chic in Bergenfield,
There’s something in the spring air that makes us all want to do something a little different with our hair/sheitels. As we shop for the latest trends in fashion, we want our hair/sheitels to coordinate with the new season’s spring fashion as well. To complement the bold spring colors, hair colorists
Although fashion savvy color followers saw a green trend emerging, many were still shocked by the specific shade of green announced for 2017. Dubbed “Greenery” and meant to evoke shades of nature, it reminded many of a very unnatural shade that someone’s face might turn before getting sick.