Bridal designer and season five "Project Runway" winner Leanne Marshall says she's found ways to help her clients transform their gowns into completely different looks. "These are beautiful one-time only wear garments,” Marshall told "Good Morning America." "A lot of consumers even have a problem with that, knowing that they’re going to wear this dress one time and then it’s going to sit in the back of their closet, or end up in a landfill potentially. "GMA" decided put that idea to the test and challenged three teams of students, from Marist College, in upstate New York, Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, and Montclair State University in New Jersey, to remake a wedding dress into a completely new look.
Bride Erin Goldberg surprised her husband-to-be with an unconventional outfit for the couple's first-look wedding photos in Scottsdale, Arizona on Nov. 11. Erin Goldberg, 25, wore sweatpants and her favorite old cat t-shirt from Walmart instead of her gorgeous wedding gown to prank groom Ean Goldberg, 31.
Four women in one California family have walked down the aisle in the same wedding gown handmade by the family’s matriarch in 1932. Pilar O’Hara Kassouf, 27, was the most recent woman in her family to wear the dress made by her great-grandmother when she wed Nick Kassouf in September in Orange, California. “Once I tried the dress on, I knew,” O’Hara Kassouf told ABC News.
A U.K. mom and her daughters have become Instagram stars for their fashionable -- and coordinated -- outfits. Dominique Davis, 31, and her daughters, Penny, 4, and Amelia, 11, post a photo each Sunday that shows them in matching clothes, often down to their hairstyles. Davis’s older daughter, Amelia, then walked out of her bedroom in the exact same look.
One young couple was speechless when they saw each other for the first time after receiving much-needed, dramatic hair makeovers live on “Good Morning America” today. It looks so good,” Abigayle Hettrich, 16, said while giving a big hug to her boyfriend, Noah Sain, who chopped several inches off his long hair. Sain was equally surprised to see Hettrich, whose previously multi-colored hair was transformed into a dramatic, bold, dark color.
These whimsical Disney-inspired couture dresses will start brides on their happily ever after on their big day, or make women in general feel like Cinderella at the ball.Australian designer Paul Vasileff created the Once Upon a Dream collection for his couture label, Paolo Sebastian, which he said is inspired by the essence of Disney.“Disney has always been a source of inspiration for me,” Vasileff said in a press release about the collection for Spring/Summer 2018. “Growing up I was always enthralled by the magic of transformation that the stories offered. ...
Fashion royalty has graced the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue for decades, from Christie Brinkley to Heidi Klum and even Beyonce. Meet these real women who will appear in the 2018 issue as model search contestants.
A Texas woman who lost her dream wedding dress in Hurricane Harvey cried happy tears this morning after receiving a new gown from Kleinfeld Bridal. Myrna Orozco and her fiance, Stephen Gallos, appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" today where Orozco chose a dress out of 20 designer garments, just in time for the big day. With Gallos blindfolded and both their mothers present, Orozco showed off the strapless Pnina Tornai dress with lace detail she chose to wear when she walks down the aisle.
In a rare kind of collaboration, a fast food chain now has a complete fashion line. The "hot" new clothing collaboration between Taco Bell and Forever 21 has fans of the two chains drooling. The "fast-fashion" clothing retailer and fast-food brand introduced the new limited-edition collection inspired by iconic graphics of the taco chain.
Sisters Rachel Parcell and Emily Jackson competed for best outfit in the final episode of the first season of "Good Morning America's" digital series "Closet Raiders" for Facebook Watch, hosted by actress and Miss USA 2012 winner Olivia Culpo. In a twist, the Utah sisters had to raid their mother's closet at the same time to come up with different outfits.
A record-breaking, 163-carat diamond was unveiled in Hong Kong on Thursday by Swiss luxury jeweler De Grisogono. The largest of its kind, flawless and colorless diamond was cut from a 404-carat stone called the "4 de Fevereiro," discovered in 2016 in Angola, the jeweler announced. A team of 14 master jewelers and setters worked diligently over 1,700 hours to create by hand an asymmetrical necklace featuring the emerald-cut diamond, according to De Grisogono.
has announced that beginning Oct. 1, the agency will no longer accept photos of models' body shapes that have been retouched. The American stock photo agency said they modified their Creative Stills Submission Requirements after a new French law compels clients to disclose whether photos of models have been altered to make them larger or thinner. Changes to hair color, nose shape and retouching of skin or blemishes are still acceptable and are "outside the scope of this new law," according to Getty's website.
The fourth episode of the "Good Morning America" digital series "Closet Raiders" for Facebook Watch had a red-carpet-premiere theme. Fashion influencers Monica Veloz and Maryam Maquillage raided their mothers' closets in the latest themed challenge hosted by actress and Miss USA 2012 winner Olivia Culpo.
In the third episode of "Good Morning America's" digital series, "Closet Raiders" for Facebook Watch, a husband and wife competed to create the best 1980s prom outfit using clothes from their family's closet. Cody and Christine Andrew, who live in Utah, raided Cody’s parents’ closet in a themed challenge hosted by actress and Miss USA 2012 winner Olivia Culpo. Cody looked through his father’s clothes, while Christine looked through her mother-in-law’s outfits.
In the second episode of "Good Morning America's" digital series, "Closet Raiders" for Facebook Watch, two fashion influencers competed to create the best outfit of the day using only clothing from their family's closets. This episode featured fashion bloggers Lillian Babaian and Taye Hansberry. Babaian raided her mom's closet while Hansberry searched through her grandmother's closet to find the best outfit of the day.
“Now resale clothing is even bigger and better,” said Marshal Cohen, the chief industry analyst for retail with the N.P.D. Group. The average discount on items of 80 percent off retail has lured shoppers to online and traditional brick-and-mortar resale stores, which are also expanding their presence on the web. Dana Avidan Cohen, executive style director at Pop Sugar, a lifestyle website, calls shopping secondhand the green approach to shopping.
Brides are mixing it up with unusual, bold bouquets for their walks down the aisle. In lieu of traditional flower arrangements, some brides are personalizing their bouquets with distinctive or sentimental items, or putting modern twists on classic combinations. Pinterest’s 2017 Wedding Report highlighted two specific bridal bouquet trends that have been popular on their social platform this year: greenery and dusty rose colors.
Stitch Fix took the fashion world by storm when it posted $730 million in sales last year, helping to make clothing box services one of the hottest trends in the industry. Now it's one of a growing number of clothing box services offering to take the legwork out of shopping. "Stitch Fix is the buzziest of this bunch," Deputy Managing Editor of Women’s Wear Daily Evan Clark told ABC News.
Two fashion bloggers compete to create the perfect look for a night out -- using only items from their parents' wardrobes -- in the premiere episode of the new "Good Morning America" digital series, "Closet Raiders," for Facebook Watch. The first episode of the unscripted show, hosted by actress and Miss USA 2012 winner Olivia Culpo, follows fashion bloggers Katie Bihl and Kristine Agabaian as they face off in a friendly style competition. The fashion bloggers shared some of their style secrets as they put together their outfits, and Culpo ultimately picked the best look.
Makeup artist Tim Quinn has worked with Glenn Close, Diane Lane and even Megan Fox. But now he's getting tons of attention not because of his celebrity clients, but due to the sentimental reason he's dolling up his mother.Quinn told ABC News he's been doing his mother Christine's makeup off and on for years. But the Boca Raton, Florida, man began doing it weekly -- and sometimes daily -- after his brother, Michael, passed away in 2015 from alcoholism. He was 38.It was the third child his mother and his father, Andrew, had lost of their seven children. ...
Stephanie Miller of Salt Lake City makes beautiful dresses for her daughters out of her husband’s old shirts. “Last Christmas I bought my husband some nice dress shirts for work,” Miller, 27, told ABC News.
Alfred Angelo, the national bridal chain that abruptly closed its doors last month, will not return dresses and accessories to its customers, according to an announcement on the company’s website. The retail chain, which had more than 60 stores, shut its doors and announced it had filed for bankruptcy on July 14. Many customers found out about the store closings via social media and messages left on closed storefronts.
Jenn Miller, 19, and her grandma, Susan Grey, 70, are like best friends.“We are super close,” Miller of Kingston, Pennsylvania, told ABC News.So when the granddaughter bought a cute dress to wear to her cousin’s wedding this September in Ohio, her grandmother loved it so much, she bought an identical dress.“I ordered the dress, and I took a picture and sent it to her and asked if it was OK to wear my cousin’s wedding,” Miller recalled. “She said, ‘You mind if I try it on? I really like the sleeves on it.’ I went over, and she tried it on and she was like, ‘Oh I don’t know. Maybe it’s too ...
Women's golf apparel has in recent years broken the mold from its traditional looks of knee length shorts and collared shirts. Players received an email marked "Important" from LPGA President Vicki Goetze-Ackerman on July 2 that outlined the new dress code policy and warned they would face a $1,000 fine for any violations.
A Minnesota bride chose to pose in four generations of wedding dresses, including one dating back to 1910, before walking down the aisle. Colleen Dejno, 33, of St. Paul, was inspired to step back in time after learning her mother had Dejno’s great-grandmother’s wedding dress from 1910 stored in a closet. Dejno, who works at a children’s museum but is a hobbyist performer and costume designer, knew her mother, Patricia Cotter, still had her own wedding dress from 1973.