With online learninghappening more and morethese days, it's important for us to actually take a minute and spend some time (and maybe a bit of money) to create a learning spacethat will help ourteensbe engaged in their learning as much as possible. And even when online learning is done, a dedicated work zone won't go astray for the later years of high school. Here are some things to consider to help you create the best learning space for your teen.
On the Journal today, we take you back behind the scenes of our latest photoshoot as we capture our new collection. You get a glimpse of the ins and outs of what happens in one of the final stages of the process before our clothes are available online.
A look into the effects of media and the fashion industry on our girls as well as how we as adults and parents can educate and communicate with our children about who they are and how to deal with societal pressures.
We've all done it. Stood there in front of our wardrobes, staring at the clothes hanging in our wardrobe (or, if you're a teen, you're possibly staring at the pile of clothes sitting on your bedroom floordrobe). The problem of having "nothing to wear" is universal.