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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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Unilever Pushes the Deodorant Spray Can

online.wsj.com — Deodorant is something most men and women in the U.S. use daily, but not something they think much about. If you are Unilever, the consumer goods giant and a top U.S. deodorant seller, you want to make staying dry more interesting. The way to do that, Unilever has found, is to move beyond wetness and odor protection.

Designer Rebecca Minkoff’s New Stores Have Touch Screens for an Online Shopping Experience

online.wsj.com — What if clothing boutiques were more like websites, remembering everything you've tried on, passed over or purchased-and letting you submit requests via a touch screen? Designer Rebecca Minkoff is opening two stores this month in New York and San Francisco that aim to do that and more.

Dermatologists' Advice on Washing Your Face: Easy Does It

online.wsj.com — With new facial cleansers promising mild formulas that won't dry out the skin, experts say don't overscrub, overcleanse

Retailers Bet They Can Make the Jumpsuit a Wardrobe Staple

online.wsj.com — The jumpsuit, the former territory of toddlers, auto mechanics and clowns, is becoming what was once unthinkable-a fashion must-have. Bloomingdale's has a "jumpsuits and rompers" category on its website, alongside more traditional groupings like "denim" and "sweaters," and influential luxury players Neiman Marcus and Net-a-Porter give the style similar play.

Watch Rag & Bone’s GoPro Runway Video (Exclusive)

blogs.wsj.com — When it came to documenting its Spring 2015 runway show, Rag & Bone saw things a bit differently. The contemporary label was one of many fashion brands that partnered with the tech industry during the most recent New York Fashion week.

How Founder of Beauty Brand Glossier Crafted the Launch on Instagram

Beauty Companies Want to Protect Your Skin From Air Pollution

online.wsj.com — In the dirty world of car exhaust, cigarette smoke and smog, the beauty industry sees its next big opportunity. Air pollution's suspected effects on the skin-increased signs of aging, dark spots and inflammation-are the latest problems major makers of personal care products want to solve. New products and packaging are hitting U.S.

London Fashion Week: Spring 2015 Collections Are Easy to Wear

online.wsj.com — Retailers Like Designer Trends: Hand-Embroidery, Texture, Culottes, Tulle, Midi Hemlines

Runway Recap: Michael Kors, Proenza Schouler and more from Day 7 of NYFW

blogs.wsj.com — By the seventh day of New York Fashion Week, after dozens of shows and hundreds of clothes, some clear-cut trends began to emerge. Designers of all stripes are set on two moments for spring: yellow and gingham.

Apple Watch intensifies spotlight on wearable tech

marketwatch.com — Thanks to smartwatches, fitness bracelets and other forms of wearable tech, giant tech brands, such as Samsung and Intel have amped up their presence at New York Fashion Week. Meanwhile, the fashion world's interest in wearable devices went from ho-hum to "I'm listening," with the launch Tuesday of the Apple Watch.
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Nov 25, 2014

RT @jolingkent: Hundreds of protestors marching down Houston at Ave A, blocking traffic, shouting "hands up don't shoot" #Ferguson pic.twitter.com/dFuekAt2k2

Nov 25, 2014

RT @GEDFIELDS: Sometimes we need a different perspective. Being on the wrong end of a gun barrel gives me one. on.wsj.com/1vdWa5K

Nov 25, 2014

#mustread from the incomparable Gary Fields, a @WSJ reporter, on being treated as a ‘suspicious’ black teenager on.wsj.com/1vdWa5K

Nov 25, 2014

@fuggirls @antheapena yes, and I mean this in a very nice way, she looks a tad thicker in general.

Nov 25, 2014

"Salad" RT @SarahNassauer: Loving this data dive on T-giving recipes by state. Creamy, sweet, fruit salad prevails! nyti.ms/1FnSVer



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