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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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Snapchat Captures Fashion Week

wsj.com — The fashion world, known for obsessing over posting the perfect picture, is embracing Snapchat, a mobile messaging service embraced by teens to swap blurry photos and videos snippets that quickly disappear. It is the latest social media platform to open up the world of high fashion to the masses.

People Who Use Two Cellphones

wsj.com — When he worked at a Southern California law firm, Luke Cocalis had one cellphone, a Samsung Galaxy. But using the single device for both personal and professional activities became stressful in ways he hadn't foreseen.

Puddle Jumper: Hunter Tries To Sell More Than Wellies

wsj.com — London Inside a $148 rubber rain boot is the design DNA of a global lifestyle brand-or so Hunter Boot Ltd. hopes. Hunter, founded in 1856 and best known for the Wellington boot it introduced a century later, is in the midst of an ambitious...

London Fashion Week 2015 Highlights

wsj.com — Highlights from London Fashion Week 1. Plays in Traffic: Anya Hindmarch I'm not sure what a large men's chorus has to do with women's clothing and handbags, nor did I see how it related to the traffic-themed staging at the Anya Hindmarch runway show Tuesday morning. But no matter.

Oscars: White-Hot Dresses Stole the Night in Fashion

blogs.wsj.com — It is hard, as a newspaper girl, to resist a "What's black and white and red all over?" opener, especially when that's exactly what the Academy Awards red carpet served up Sunday.There were two notable moments with black gowns, which make up in formality what they lack in festivity.

Red-Carpet Wrinkle: Stars Change Clothes Between Awards Show and Afterparty

wsj.com — This Sunday, as soon as the Academy Awards ceremony is over, the statuettes handed out and the glittering gowns and jewelry photographed, the fashion world gets a second chance at brand exposure-at the afterparties.

The Art of Making Even a Cardigan Stand Out

wsj.com — To prepare for the fashion week debut of Banana Republic, Marissa Webb, the brand's creative director, was in the showroom doing what she often does-scrunching, adjusting and rolling collars, waistlines and cuffs on the outfits the two models were wearing. Ms. Webb wasn't happy with one look: a wine-colored pencil skirt, turtleneck sweater and shawl-collar cardigan.

Pinterest Cuts Off Style Bloggers by Removing Affiliate Links

blogs.wsj.com — Pinterest, a major source of revenue for personal style bloggers, is turning off that money-making spigot. The social network is removing all affiliate links, the trackable links that enable the people who share them to earn commissions on traffic to or sales from retailers.

Why Your Train Is Late, Most of All, When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall

wsj.com — Winding through the countryside on its 45-mile trip from Boston, the Worcester line of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority treats commuters to miles of fall foliage. Yet as each red oak leaf flutters to the ground, a train engineer sighs. Those little leaves cause a lot of trouble, delaying passengers, crippling equipment and costing millions of dollars.

How Style Bloggers Earn Sales Commissions, One Click at a Time

wsj.com — Kat Tanita, a photogenic 26-year-old, regularly poses for pictures on the streets of New York, modeling her style of classic, feminine clothes and accessories. Three times a week, she uploads the professional-quality shots to her blog, With Love from Kat, where they generate almost half her annual income.
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Mar 27, 2015

RT @jonostrower: WSJ LATEST: Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Hid Depression From Airline on.wsj.com/1G066FS #4U9525

Mar 27, 2015

RT @Bachscore: There are now more CrossFit locations in the US (7,000) than Taco Bells (6,000). wsj.com/articles/big-g…

Mar 27, 2015

RT @WSJ: Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz apparently tore up a doctor’s note excusing him from work on.wsj.com/1xEMAOd pic.twitter.com/VTiar67tQE

Mar 26, 2015

RT @NewYorker: “The horror. It’s all there in the sound of Lubitz breathing.” @PGourevitch on the #Germanwings crash: nyr.kr/1CfqX5I

Mar 26, 2015

@AdamTrot I've really been looking forward to this seat-getting moment. Gotta take the perks where I can get 'em!

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