Michael Leff is an optician with a vision (pun intended). He knows the process people go through to find glasses, and is looking to make the process as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Now, as Private Eyewear’s traveling optician, he hopes to do just that.
Anyone who has shopped for frames
Everyone has heard that “clothes make the man.” But what about when clothes are actually “made for the man (or woman)?” Ravis Custom Tailors has been doing just that for over three generations in Thailand. With all these years of experience, they
“Don’t forget about fashion for men,” has been a comment made by Jewish Link readers. “We really like to look good but may need some help.” With that thought in mind, the Fashion Link presents a collection of fashion advice geared directly to the stylish men of New
The temperature is slowly falling, and summer suits are getting swapped out for the winter ones. Now different types of clothing options open up, and one of the biggest trends you’ll see when the temperature dips is sweaters and sweater vests replacing a suit jacket. If you’re thinking about changing your wardrobe up as well,
This time of year suits can take a beating. All day in shul on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, outside in the Sukkah, and constant wear. Emporio offered some tips to extend the life of a suit, and keep it looking clean even over a long holiday.
This year the chagim are all later than usual. While families face the logistics of figuring out when to put up the sukkah, having Sukkot begin further into fall also means different wardrobe concerns. Since it is not quite the coolness of deep autumn, but definitely not a warm, late-summer
Perhaps they sat in the closet for decades, forgotten or unwanted. But outfits that had their day in the sun are coming back from behind clouds of obscurity. From luxurious cashmeres to breezy linens, vintage clothing from one person’s past is becoming become the newest star of another person’s wardrobe. Zoë
When we hear the word “contouring,” we usually think about facial contouring, the art of applying makeup so we can create false bone structure. For reasons obviously self explained, this phenomenon has become extremely popular with pretty much everyone. Why not make ourselves look
Fort Lee—Even though everyone always enjoys a shul boutique, and even plans their shopping around the expected vendors, sometimes people want to find something different from the last one they went to. The Young Israel of Fort Lee has blended these two interests. For their first-ever boutique, they will have some of the regular vendors, selling hats, tablecloths and
Bergenfield—As the Jewish community expands, vendors have responded in kind to cater to local needs. Supermarkets stock novelty seasonal kosher items; even Amazing Savings is meeting the need of the growing communities. Gone are the days where shoppers need to travel to Monsey and Passaic or, for the very daring, Brooklyn for their Judaic needs. Dassie Fuchs saw this
Teaneck—Comfort or fashion? Fashion or comfort? For centuries, the style-conscious has had to make a choice. If they want to look good, they need to sacrifice feeling good. Over the past few years, however, a shift in fashion has taken place. True, anyone can open a fashion magazine or star-studded event and see painful-looking ensembles, but it has become