Some of the most fashionable people aren’t walking the runways in Milan and Paris; they’re strutting down the streets in cities across the world. Photographer Ari Seth Cohen highlights the world of stylish, chic and interesting older men and women, and it’s created a movement. Discover how he uses his photos to create conversations about vibrant, active aging.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
Nobody knows the business of beautiful quite like Sharon Haver. She says it’s her passion to empower EVERY woman with the knowledge to look her best. Find out how to achieve ageless chic rather than being stuck in the age-appropriate “geezer ghetto.”
Are you fashionable or are you stylish? One of the top style gurus in the country says it’s time you stop worrying about the latest trends and start focusing on discovering your unique style.
She’s one of the top stylists and fashion experts working in Hollywood, but for years she suffered in silence from a debilitating disease because she thought people would think she was old. Find out why she’s coming clean now about arthritis.
Want to know what everyone in the fashion industry already knows? The clothes you wear can actually make you look an entire size smaller. Find out the tricks of the trade from a nationally known style guru.
Beginning the journey into the second half of your life can be so confusing. That’s why Barbara Hannah Grufferman wrote the definitive guide to life after 50, focusing on health, money, sex, beauty and more.
This sassy stylist thinks “looks-ism” is just as bad as the rest of the “isms,” and she’s fighting back by teaching men and women of all ages how to stay fashionable.
Milton Skorman was completely stunned when out of the blue, the small-town hardware store owner was named one of the World’s Best Dressed Men! See why he thinks clothes can change your life.
For many women, aging means being less attractive. But for the “Makeover Guy,” getting older means becoming more beautiful. Author Christopher Hopkins says that as more candles get put on the cake, women should feel more attractive.