"We are all guest stars in corporate America's world -- people fighting for betterment under a glass ceiling . . .

"I believe in magic," Terry says. She is a spiritual rolling stone who realized early on, from moving . . .

Rameet doesn't have a beard because he is a Sikh, the religion practiced by his family. He grew . . .

Vanessa was one of the artists that I had the great fortune to work with when I was . . .

After a week of fashion shows, where the shallowness of human connection is at an all time high, . . .

Punched and pushed at school, Adam Green was a far cry from jock royalty growing up. Today, he's . . .

A perennial "inbetweener," Shannon showcases her diverse background and influences through her style: A flannel shirt represents her . . .

  There is style that is "put on" and there is style that is real, like Laila's, which . . .

The idea of buying clothes that are made for one another, like Sophie in her uber chic Thierry . . .

"How terrifying to be something that you’re not," Natalia states. Like Kate Bush and Alanis Morrisette, two songwriters . . .

Leonard Cohen said that in every crack, there is light, and one of those shining lights is Arabelle. . . .

From the vulnerability with which she tells her story of struggle and triumph to her need to wear . . .