The final day of New York Fashion Week was marked by the sound of silence from Marc Jacobs, who presented a show with no set, no lighting and no soundtrack. Elsewhere, Hillary Clinton was on hand to honor her late friend Oscar de la Renta. A night earlier, Thom Browne created a winter wonderland in flannels and tweed. Some highlights:
- Woe for stores as shoppers look elsewhere for inspiration
- US new home sales rise despite higher mortgage rates
- Is Your City One of the Top 20 Hardest-Working Cities in America?
- Gov. McAuliffe, advocates for Virginians with disabilities and mental illness raise concerns about proposed GOP health care bill
- Cauliflower, onion and chickpeas make a tasty side dish