If you are in Portland, Oregon and you catch a glimpse of a woman elegantly dressed in period clothing, with a stunning hat to top the ensemble, don't worry that time has escaped you, it's simply Lu Ann Trotebas, the owner and executor of the largest hat museum in the U.S.
In her review of the new book "Edwardian Ladies Hat Fashions: Where Did You Get That Hat?," Print Editor Karen Knapstein discusses the uncommon, but informative fusion of facts and photos about antique fashions and some of the sacrifices made in the name of style.
For centuries scarves have adorned the bodies of everyone from queens to field workers. In this 10 Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn explores vintage scarves.
Vintage jewelry is finding its way into the wardrobes of people of all ages, and online jewelry boutique Vintage Meet Modern is providing jewelry options and accessorizing advice.
Celebrities are undoubtedly trend setters. Even on the auction front. Check out 5 sunglasses that made news simply because of their connection to a celebrity.
A meticulously stitched and appliqued Lone Star quilt, circa 1840, rose to $9,360 before the gavel fell during Jeffrey S. Evan's & Associates' first textile auction, held July 16.
A Marilyn Monroe collection, which includes film-worn costumes from roles that helped establish Monroe as an icon, is starring in its own public exhibitions before selling in November.
Vintage couture including 1960-80s dresses and accessories, memorabilia including autographed photos of The Beatles and The Rat Pack will lead Sterling Assoc.'s Nov. 19 auction.
A stunning Ceylon sapphire and pearl necklace by Harry Winston led the charge in John Moran's HQ Jewley and Luxury Auction May 21, selling for $138,000.