Jenny Hill’s design background and passion led her to found Lonesome Traveler, a St. Louis-based company specializing in neckties.

Camille Moore, owner, metalsmith and designer at Rebel + Ruse, began to make jewelry in 2012 while on an Air Force deployment to South Korea.

Back-to-school time: how appropriate that loafers are back in style! (Kids – “jk!”) But clearly, these aren’t your classic penny loafers. And whether in patent, animal print or metallic, they make this prep classic a big step in the right direction for anyone seeking to look stylish this fall.

With trending colors, cuts and patterns, these five looks reflect the hottest styles of a cooling season – and how you can wear them.

Although florals are always a hit for fall, we’re seeing rose prints in particular all over boutiques this year.

If you are crunched for time, but still need to look presentable, let LN counsel you on doing just that – even when you don’t have time for a cup of coffee before work.

’Tis the season: Pass that pigskin! Few things in life match the fun of hitting a Mizzou football game on a crisp fall day sporting, say, booties and a scarf in prideful black and gold – so go Tigerish!

The first class of designers for the Saint Louis Fashion Incubator hopes to revitalize the once-booming fashion industry of downtown.

A hat of one sort or another has numbered among the hottest accessories of the last few seasons, and right now, we’re seeing a wave of “refined” cowboy hats. Sporting a brim wider than that of a fedora but more polish than a typical 10-gallon topper, this style makes a perfect way to turn an…

Rebel queens rocked the runway recently, displaying textured locks and glittering eye makeup.