Sunshine, sex—and substance: The new book, It’s Hot in the Hamptons, serves up all three. Here we talk to the author, Holly Peterson.
Kaftans are a perfect option for these muggy summer days. Kimberly Cihlar explains why Diana Vreeland called them “fashionable for the beautiful people.”
If you’ve got achy, uncooperative knees, read how Ronda Robinson is staying active—no surgery required—and steal a tip or two.
Hillary Quinn was born a blonde and will stay that way forever, regardless of what her strands may be trying to do color-wise.
The woman who captured the dating scene of the 90s now focuses on midlife and what matters most. Sherry Amatenstein gets the scoop.
If your spouse cheated, would you fight to save your marriage? Beverly Willett did—and it transformed her life. Here, the author of the new memoir Disassembly Required, shares what happened next with Lorraine Glennon
Ginny Graves always thought she’d age naturally, without surgery … until gravity got in the way. Here’s how she decided to get an eye job—and how it turned out.
As she gathers with the pals she grew up with to mark their 60th year, Julie Bonnin reflects on the amazing, life-shaping power of high school friendships.
Paris, Iceland, the beach: While her friends went on fabulous vacations, Christine Grillo stayed thrifty—and stayed home. Here, the delight she found with her no-travel getaway.
Participants in the NextTribe Exercise and Fitness Survey shared their workout woes and worries. Now we’ve got expert advice on how to get moving, stay motivated, and reach your best-self goals—injury-free!
Emmy winner Cindy Chupack talks about creating her on-target new movie that’s all about the laughter and tears behind motherhood and friendship at this stage of life.
Susan Shapiro wanted to freshen up her look and discovered the perfect accessory—but was she indulging in too much of a good thing?
Welcome to the first edition of the NextTribe Test, where Valerie Frankel screens entertainment to ferret out where women over 45 are portrayed as multidimensional—and where they’re caricatures.