Greater Tulsa Reporter
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will hold its 61st annual Christmas Luncheon and Fashion Show Dec. 3 at the Cox Business Center.
The fashion show will include a silent and live auction with items, such as dinner at a Tulsa Fire Station, a Hard Rock golf getaway package, restaurant gift certificates, tickets to a Kansas City Royals game, and baskets and services from more than 100 local businesses.Read More
Dress for Success Tulsa, 1109 S. Peoria, will hold its annual fashion show and auction, “Step Up To Success,” Oct. 4 at Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 North Greenwood.Read More
Courtney Harris was ready for a new adventure. As a mother of five children, she had been a stay-at-home mom for 12 years. Before that, she worked as a realtor and mortgage broker and for herself in various ventures. “I have always had an entrepreneurial mind,” she says. “I have cooked, sewn, knitted, crocheted, altered clothing, painted.”Read More
Chera Kimiko, anchor from Fox 23 will be the evening’s emcee for Dress for Success, Tulsa’s annual fashion show and auction Sept. 14. Executive men and women representing area businesses will be modeling the latest fashions, accessories, and cosmetics from Dillard’s in Woodland Hills Mall, complemented by hair styling from Ihloff Salon.Read More
For the second year in a row Tulsa is participating with 250 cities across the nation for Fashion’s Night Out. On September 6 Tulsa’s fashion mavens and enthusiasts will enjoy the 10:00 a.m. Kick-off Event at the Mayo Hotel in downtown Tulsa. The event features designer Liz Lange, and is followed by lunch, a fashion show that unveils local retailers, the best looks for Fall, a design contest, prizes, shopping and more. Tickets for the Kick-off event from $45 – $125.Read More
Just Between Friends, the nation’s leading children’s and maternity consignment sales event, helps families find an entire season’s wardrobe, even school uniforms, on a reasonable budget.Read More
“More than anything else,” says Donna Brollier, I want people to enjoy the time they spend here.” The “here” she refers to is Donna’s, an upscale store in the Shops of Seville at 101st and South Yale.Read More
When it comes to spring fashions, details will dominate. That means necklines with flair, unique embellishments, and bold-colored beading.Read More
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will be packing up their Christmas sweaters and going for the glamour at their 56th Annual Christmas Luncheon and Fashion Show. The luncheon will be held Tuesday, Dec. 8 at the Renaissance Hotel, 6808 107th E. Ave. in Tulsa. The always-elegant Miss Jackson’s will provide clothing for the show. Models are all Tulsa media celebrities, including Terry Hood from KOTV Channel 6, Carole Lambert from KTUL-News Channel 8, Michelle Lowry from KJRH-Channel 2, Chera Kimiko from Fox 23 and author and blogger Cindy Morrison, formerly from KTUL.Read More
Q: What are some different ways to wear leggings? Are there any fashion no-no’s where they are concerned? Is this trend only for the young and the thin?Read More
Tulsa author and personality Connie Cronley, center, with friends at the Sept. 9 reception at the University of Tulsa Hogue Gallery for the art exhibit devoted exclusively to the Little Back Dress, a timeless staple of women’s fashion. M. Teresa Valero, TU applied associate professor of art, curated the show.Read More
“As very small children my sister Cynthia and I were taken downtown to Seidenbach’s when we needed new shoes. We didn’t know that Seidenbach’s was our father’s store.” – Carol Seidenbach Leach (from Journal Entry at Tulsa Historical Society)Read More
Mother Nature cooperated with perfect lighting on a red-carpet runway at the Shops of Seville that ran all the way from the outside patio of the Bistro to the ivory covered tulle tent in front of Donna’s Boutique, which delivered its promise of “more than just fashion.”Read More
Q: Out of the thousands of jeans out there, how do I find the one pair that is perfect for me?
A: Denim continues to be one of the hottest fashion trends. All we want is to find a pair that looks absolutely fab every time we put them on and wash after wash. So how do we sort through the different cuts, colors and styles to find the perfect pair?
First it depends on your height, build and figure.
“You know you’ve made it when you’ve been molded into miniature plastic. But you know what children do with Barbie dolls? It’s a bit scary, actually.”
– Cate Blanchett