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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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H&M Launching Pop Up at Coachella: See the Pieces (Exclusive)

blogs.wsj.com — To the stylish set headed to Coachella this weekend: don't worry if you forget to pack your crop top. H&M will be selling not one but two belly-baring shirts on the festival grounds, plus a fringe-lined robe and a pair of floral flared pants.

Coachella is Next in Brand Frenzy for Music Festival Fans

wsj.com — For two weekends this month, the Empire Polo Club in the southern California desert will be filled with a marketer's dream: throngs of influential, open-minded and ready-to-spend millennials with plenty of time to kill. Brands are following these desirable consumers to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

P&G Bets People Will 'Swash' Clothes

wsj.com — Procter & Gamble is betting shoppers will spend nearly $500 and find a spot in their homes for a machine more than 4 feet tall, all in the name of avoiding laundering or dry cleaning their favorite blouses and slacks. Swash is a new release from the consumer-products giant, maker of Tide and Febreze, in partnership with Whirlpool.

Promoting One-of-a-Kind Looks, Shops Keep Prom Dress Registries

wsj.com — Prom is still a few weeks away for Adriana Romano. But the 16-year-old already knows that when she walks into the Sayre Area High School gymnasium in Sayre, Pa., on April 25 that no one else will be wearing her dress, a strapless, bejeweled champagne-colored mermaid gown with a black tulle overlay.

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.
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Apr 19, 2015

Any takers? RT @tstrahan4NY: also what will this mean for #MillyForKohls? Will the frustrated now try to plant their flags there?

Apr 19, 2015

@CarsonSieving I see your point. But I think that’s asking a lot of the shopper. Most aren’t used to this kind of competitive atmosphere.

Apr 19, 2015

This is on par w/ the Missoni response, no? Some similarities: super colorful product in many categories (adults + kids, accessories, home)

Apr 19, 2015

Interesting to think about the recent history of Target collabs + which ones had this kind of response. Not Altuzarra or Phillip Lim-

Apr 19, 2015

@thesurfreport I have to disagree with you — there have been several in recent years that haven’t had this kind of response.

Apr 19, 2015

RT @shelleytibbetts: @EHolmesWSJ Line was nowhere near this bad in NJ, but stuff sold out FAST! Thankfully was able to get one of the pair of shorts I wanted.

Apr 19, 2015

RT @Larakate: @EHolmesWSJ just came from BK target. Pretty much all sold out. Quality seems super junky.

Apr 19, 2015

RT @MereKayLowe: .@EHolmesWSJ Frustrating to see the $38 dresses I've been dying to buy for three weeks now $80 - $100 on ebay. Disappointed. #LillyforTarget

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