From high-end designers to mass retailers, a look at the companies who are making fashion green
Here are nine categories of products in the midst of a sales surge, each with its own explanation for why business is good
From a glowing briefcase to the Red Brick Road, TIME looks back at (and tries to explain) some favorite movie mysteries
You know the saying "Everything is negotiable"? It's true.
Virgin America, a brand that prides itself on being on the cutting edge, is taking a gamble with a new line of uniforms that project a more casually stylish look
As Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney prepares to announce his vice presidential pick, TIME looks at Ann Romney's best campaign fashion moments to date
The Americans won the team competition, but there are still 15 individual medals up for grabs. Meet the favorites
The rapper Snoop Doog (born Calvin Broadus) has changed his name again to Snoop Lion after a spiritual and artistic transformation. TIME takes a look at other celebs who have made unusual name changes.
The goal is to put on a show that wows the world and doesn't embarrass the host nation. But that doesn't always happen
From visionaries to leaders, explorers and cultural architects
Fancy cars and flashy jewelry are classics for consumers who are eager to show off
The big contests pit nation against nation, friend against friend and brother against brother
A look back at five decades on the runway and the red carpet
Why you should be happy you're a consumer living in the U.S
In anticipation of The Dark Knight Rises, TIME uncovers some strange facts about the Caped Crusader
Last weekend, Austria played host to the 15th Annual World Bodypainting Festival. Over 200 participants from 40 countries worldwide competed in categories ranging from 'brush and sponge' to 'airbrush' to 'special effects.'
Some Olympians brought home more than just a medal. TIME uncovered some love stories of Olympic proportions
The Dark Knight Rises star has transformed from child actor to superhero in the last 25 years
With much of the U.S. suffering through a heat wave, a look at the various heat records around the country.
Buying things secondhand can save a few bucks and help keep junk out of our landfills.
A look at the ten retailers who are growing their top lines the fastest, and how they're achieving their success
From biopics of athletes to on-the-track romances, TIME looks back on some of our favorite Olympic-themed movies
The holiday to celebrate American Independence is about more than flags and fireworks
In honor of the Fendi Baguette's 15th anniversary, the brand has teamed up with Rizzoli to create a tome of all things Baguette, portraying over 250 life-size bags. We at TIME picked our 15 favorites, one for each year. Enjoy.
From Qatar to South Africa, Russia to the U.S., TIME introduces the extraordinary men and women you'll be seeing this summer at the Olympic Games
Looks like a little snark is just what the doctor ordered
The writer of When Harry Met Sally and You've Got Mail died June 26 at 71. NewsFeed looks back at some of her greatest cinematic achievements.
For our annual Making of America Issue, Jon Meacham takes a look at the life and times of this enduring yet embattled idea.
Hèrmes transcends the boundary between art and fashion with exquisite scarves created by visionary guest artists
The ongoing global financial crisis may be distracting world leaders, but that doesn't make the environmental issues up for discussion at the U.N.'s annual conference any less urgent.
You don't need a college diploma for inspiration to strike; sometimes you don't even need a driver's license
Standard summertime quaffs are often unhealthy calorie bombs, but there is a way to enjoy decadent cocktails (almost) guilt-free. We've rounded up eight warm weather drinks that will be kind to your waistline.
Finding the perfect little something for Dad is never easy, so this Father's Day, we've compiled a guide featuring items that will pique his curiosity and give his classic style that extra je ne sais quoi. Let the gift-hunting begin!
Each year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation highlights American landmarks that are threatened by neglect or lack of funding.
From Zelda Fitzgerald's bob to the Elvis pompadour and Jennifer Aniston's famous layers, a look at the coiffures that have inspired envy and imitation over the last century
Our writers survey the season's can't-miss entertainment, from Batman to Cézanne, from Charlie Sheen to Justin Bieber
From Paul Newman to Lee Radziwill, we've taken cues from our favorite style icons and compiled a list of sunglasses that offer a fresh take on those classic shapes
TIME looks at the latest in high-tech athletic wear that enhances your performance on and off the field