The actress also encouraged women to sit while they pee. "If you sit, we can all sit. Stop peeing on the seat."
For the first time, you'll be able to add J.Crew clothing to the same shopping cart as your books, electronics, home goods, and groceries from Amazon.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal finds that Amazon will ban customers who take advantage of its return policy. Here's what you need to know.
Amazon Prime Day offers deals on everything from tech to furniture, but there's a surprising lack of buzz around fashion deals on the internet giant's site.
Joy Villa made news with the political-statement dress she wore to the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in February, and now she's back with a boldly patriotic look.
We’ve all heard of companies hiring thin models to advertise plus-size clothing but one company took this concept to the next level — and the images have sparked outrage.
A new Amazon Prime feature will let users have clothes sent to their home to try on. No charge except for what you keep. Downside: it hasn’t launched yet.
A few startups in Silicon Valley are betting that you've already got enough stuff, and you don't need to buy anything else. Here's how.
Ivanka Trump’s role as the placeholder for those who take issue with her father’s policy stances and public sentiments continues. “I know what kind of criticism it might receive, but I’m angry at Ivanka, not simply Trump or his henchmen, and this is my way of protesting her behavior,” Finkel tells Yahoo Style.
Perhaps it was the confusing title: “Hutzler Banana Slicer Cutter Great for Cereal/Sandwitches [sic]/Splits/Hot Dogs”? Or maybe it was the weird product description which promised to: “save you time to make salad, or share banana with your family & friends”? “I do not wish to cut my banana, so this product is useless.
Every cook or chef will tell you that good quality knives top the list of kitchen essentials and are definitely worth the investment. You don’t need a wide variety but having at least two (one for raw food and the other for cooked food) is ideal. This way they’ll prevent cross contamination, protect your counter, help keep you knives sharper longer and allows you to easily transport food from one place to another.
A stack of 14K gold filled and sterling silver hammered rings from Handmade at Amazon. Photo: Courtesy of Handmade at Amazon Etsy’s been the go-to portal for artisanal goods for nearly a decade, but that’s not stopping Amazon from encroaching into the startup’s territory. On Thursday, the e-commerce monolith launched “Handmade at Amazon,” a spinoff site that features handmade products ranging from jewelry and artwork to furniture, kitchen supplies, home décor, and bedding. “Knowing an item has a unique story behind it creates a personal experience that customers have told us makes owning handmade items special,” Amazon’s Peter Faricy said.
Plenty of people thank god when they win an award, but Jill Soloway, the creator of Transparent, gave “goddess” a shout-out.