Everyday diamonds: the affordable jewellery you won’t need to save for a special occasion

Sadly, there’s very little that I have in common with the late Zsa Zsa Gabor, apart from a tendency to overuse the word “darling”. (Though perhaps she, too, had a terrible memory for names.) But there is one Gabor-ism that I’m keen to carry on – a proclivity for wearing diamonds every day. Complimented on … Read more Everyday diamonds: the affordable jewellery you won’t need to save for a special occasion

American Fashion Has Gotten More Colorful. Here’s What Changed

e new season, making room for the more colorful clothing that goes with the warm weather. Amid all that excitement, it’s easy to forget that middle-class Americans have really only been wearing colorful clothes regularly for less than a century. “There was a practical element to the lack of color pre-1920, because colorful clothes got … Read more American Fashion Has Gotten More Colorful. Here’s What Changed

Houston textile designer’s new collection is a study of her most essential tool

The Evens spring collection from Houston textile designer Kate dePara was inspired by pencil sketches. Pieces include floaty smocks and tanks. Since launching Evens in 2012, Kate dePara has found inspiration for her textile designs in a rock collection at Georgia O’Keeffe’s former home and under the wide West Texas night sky. This season, her … Read more Houston textile designer’s new collection is a study of her most essential tool

Delta Apparel’s Q2 Boosted By Junk Food Sale, Higher Margins

Delta Apparel Inc. reported net earnings rose 32.4 percent in its second quarter ended April 1, thanks to a gain on the sale of Junk Food. Excluding the gain, however, the company still showed a 10 percent profit increase as margins expanded across its business. Earnings reached $4.5 million, or 58 cents a share, in … Read more Delta Apparel’s Q2 Boosted By Junk Food Sale, Higher Margins