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New York
Senior Style Reporter and Columnist — Wall Street Journal
Covers:  women, style, fashion, teens, lifestyle, beauty industry, fashion week, beauty

WSJ senior style reporter + #THIS columnist. New-ish mom. Covered a presidential campaign before Twitter was a thing.

Elizabeth Holmes's Biography

Elizabeth Holmes is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She covers fashion, beauty and lifestyle trend stories for the Personal Journal section of the paper, a position she has held since 2011. She is also the host of the how-to series #THIS. w/ Elizabeth Holmes, found on WSJ.com, YouTube and Aol.

Prior to joining Personal Journal, Ms. Holmes covered corporate retail for two years, focusing primarily on apparel ...

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Kate and Andy Spade on Instagram and Ignoring Trends

wsj.com — IT'S a bit trite, and usually untrue, when executives say they are departing a position to spend more time with their families. But that's exactly what Kate Spade, the person, did in 2007, after she and her husband, Andy, both 53, sold her 14-year-old namesake brand, along with the men's counterpart, Jack Spade.
Feb 03, 2016

Kate Spade, the person, is the most blissfully un-zeitgeisty person I've ever met. on.wsj.com/1maWgus pic.twitter.com/LjnsZqv68d

Feb 03, 2016

RT @shushwalshe: Kate Spade, the person, sold her brand years ago. So what has she been doing? Being a mom, from my pal @EHolmesWSJ: wsj.com/articles/kate-…

Feb 03, 2016

RT @shushwalshe: Kate Spade, the person, sold her brand years ago. So what has she been doing? Being a mom, from my pal @EHolmesWSJ: wsj.com/articles/kate-…

Free Shipping Alone Isn’t Enough: Online Retailers Go for Speed

wsj.com — If laundry detergent or a box of diapers can arrive on your doorstep in a day or two at little or no additional cost, why can't a cashmere sweater do that, too? Free shipping isn't enough any more. Online shoppers want fast shipping, too, and their expectations of an acceptable delivery window are shrinking.
Jan 27, 2016

.@EHolmesWSJ back on the consumer trend train. #THIS: the popularity of those see-them-everywhere Net-a-Porter vans. wsj.com/articles/free-…

Jan 27, 2016

RT @erin_gs: .@EHolmesWSJ back on the consumer trend train. #THIS: the popularity of those see-them-everywhere Net-a-Porter vans. wsj.com/articles/free-…

Jan 27, 2016

RT @EHolmesWSJ: Free shipping isn't good enough. Online shoppers want things fast, too. #THIS is back: on.wsj.com/1Kbeo2t pic.twitter.com/GBObM0HLpi

Jan 27, 2016

When free shipping isn’t enough, online retailers go for speed. (But consumers won't pay much for it.) on.wsj.com/1Kbeo2t via @WSJ

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How to Usher In a New Era of Preventive Health Care

wsj.com — People should be able to get any lab test on their own. Waiting for symptoms and a doctor's order may be too late. Laboratory tests drive 70% of all clinical decisions in health care. They're used to determine whether a patient should start taking medication and, if so, which one.
Jul 29, 2015

Rx for Preventive Health Care? @eholmes2003 puts in a plug for ordering own lab tests, @Theranos in @WSJOpinion on.wsj.com/1IpFLP2

Freedom to get lab tests ushers in better health care

azcentral.com — My Turn: A new Arizona law will encourage greater preventive care. A new Arizona law is now in effect that will serve as a model for a new era of preventive care in our country.
Jul 07, 2015

Elizabeth Holmes | The Arizona Republic: "Freedom to get lab tests ushers in better health care." ow.ly/PiIpP

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Grooming Secrets of the NBA

wsj.com — DeAndre Jordan is a 6-foot-11, 265-pound pro basketball player for the Los Angeles Clippers-and you'll never guess what kind of deodorant he puts on before a game. "I use Secret," says Mr. Jordan. The 25-year-old Texan prefers the aerosol form of the product marketed to women because, he says, it is light and doesn't leave behind any visible white residue.

Beauty and Grooming Products Claim to Shave Minutes Off Your Morning Routine

wsj.com — A Jergens lotion says it takes four minutes, not eight, saving you a whole day if you use it every day Beauty products often promise to turn back the clock. Now companies say they can actually give time back to you.
Jun 10, 2015

Quick, read #THIS: Beauty and grooming products claim to shave minutes off your morning routine on.wsj.com/1JFRJKa

Jun 11, 2015

Need a few more minutes in the day? Me, too. Read #THIs on beauty product makers' pitch to the time-starved shopper: on.wsj.com/1JFRJKa

No Day at the Beach

wsj.com — Bloggers Struggle With What to Do About Vacation A banner stripped across the top of the Daily Dish declares that the popular Web log's host, Andrew Sullivan, has "gone fishing." Mr. Sullivan declared a two-week vacation and opted to leave his political blog behind. Several thousand of his readers have done the same.
Jun 10, 2015

On the occasion of @romenesko's retirement, my '06 @WSJ story on his lack of vacation taking: wsj.com/articles/SB115…

Dear J.Crew, What Happened to Us? We Used to Be So Close

wsj.com — Many women lament changes at the brand, highlighting a rare retail loyalty For many women, it's been a disappointing spring to shop. That's because their beloved J.Crew, once their go-to spot to find the perfect shift dress for the office, striped T-shirt for the weekend and bathing suit for the beach, is often letting them down.
May 26, 2015

No more #JCrewEverything for lots of loyal shoppers. What went wrong at J. Crew from @EHolmesWSJ on.wsj.com/1HuyBZD

May 26, 2015

Many women confront the end of their J.Crew love affair: on.wsj.com/1dvfOpZ via @WSJ by @EHolmesWSJ

May 26, 2015

Dear J.Crew, what happened to us? Read @EHolmesWSJ's brilliant article to find out on.wsj.com/1dvfOpZ pic.twitter.com/DHZYNkObxg

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Are You Going to the Gym, or Do You Just Dress That Way?

wsj.com — When leggings and sneakers are the style uniform, it feels like peak 'athleisure' Leggings from Lucas Hugh sell at Bergdorf Goodman, the luxury department store on Fifth Avenue in New York City, for as much as $400.
May 05, 2015

How much are those leggings in the window? And how long will they be so FASHION? @eholmeswsj #THISes it. wsj.com/articles/are-y…

May 05, 2015

Our @EholmesWSJ takes on athleisure fever and asks: are you going to the gym, or do you just dress that way? on.wsj.com/1Id01ag

May 05, 2015

The headline says it all: Are You Going to the Gym, or Do You Just Dress That Way? All aboard the ATHLEISURE train: on.wsj.com/1Id01ag

May 05, 2015

RT @EHolmesWSJ: The headline says it all: Are You Going to the Gym, or Do You Just Dress That Way? All aboard the ATHLEISURE train: on.wsj.com/1Id01ag

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Feb 06, 2016

.@erin_gs's 2-year-old son is obsessed with @charlierose, so naturally she got him a Charlie Rose birthday cake. pic.twitter.com/vtDiF6fd3N

Feb 05, 2016

I just got a pitch about sending the man in your life bacon for Valentine's Day, which is not a bad idea.

Feb 03, 2016

Kate Spade, the person, is the most blissfully un-zeitgeisty person I've ever met. on.wsj.com/1maWgus pic.twitter.com/LjnsZqv68d

Feb 03, 2016

I don't know @chelsa but the fact that she banished hoodies from her husband's closets makes me ~really~ like her. twitter.com/NYTStyles/stat…

Feb 02, 2016

RT @katierosman: In my years of reporting, I've never quite had an experience like being late-shamed by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson mobile.nytimes.com/2016/02/05/fas…

Feb 02, 2016

In which an executive explains "Jewish Standard Time" to @katierosman: "...you didn’t respect your friends’ time.” nyti.ms/23GtVy9

Feb 01, 2016

But can we talk about Melania's red coat/cape situation?


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