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Mondo has the "World" on a String

A multiuse community resource brings 30 businesses under one roof in downtown Summit.

By Deborah P. Carter

Off-Price Apparel: Drastic Discounts

Find brand new, deeply discounted items at any of these retailers with locations all over the Garden State.

By Deborah P. Carter, Lauren Payne, Susan Brierly

Decorating Discounts

Where to find the best bargains for the home.

By Lauren Payne

Sold! NJ's Auction Houses

Searching for treasure? Put Jersey’s auction houses on your shopping map.

By Tammy La Gorce

Bobbi Brown Expands Her Vision

Makeup maven puts her personal touch on eyewear.

By Susan Brierly

Stylephile: Carla Fabrizi Cosmetics

Longing for that VIP treatment? Here’s a cosmetics pro steeped in Hollywood glitz.

By Susan Brierly

Good Things From the Garden

Bird Haven Farm's flora and fauna inspire whimsical jewelry designs.

By Susan Brierly

Happy Couple Revels in the Fun and Funky

Missing the eclectic shops of the big city, Deborah Graybill opened her own, The Shelter Vintage, that specializes in repurposed objects and home accessories.

By Susan Brierly

Good Stuff Cheap: The Best Bargains in NJ

Who doesn't love a bargain? We sure do! We've spared no dime to find the best spots in New Jersey to ring up amazing deals on apparel and home goods.

Funny Business: Eccentric Accents

Welcome spring by glamming up your home office with a fresh coat of paint and some unexpected accoutrements.

By Susan Brierly

Fashion Forward: Chic, Rattle & Roll Fashion Mobile

Two freewheeling moms hit the road in the name of style.

By Deborah P. Carter

Roxy Owens Shares Her Sparkle

For this design diva, it’s always party time.

By Susan Brierly

Interview with Happy-Chic Tastemaker Jonathan Adler

He’s one of today’s hippest trendsetters. Admired for unbridled use of color and graphics, Jonathan Adler is an iconic designer, potter, author and bon vivant.

By Susan Brierly

Courtesy of Sal Lauretta for Men.

Profile: Sal Lauretta for Men

Three generations of Laurettas have helped bring menswear a long way from leisure suits.

By Susan Brierly