Designer

This picture, taken on June 3, 2004, shows Japanese industrial designer Kenji Ekuan in Tokyo. Ekuan, who created a classic soy-sauce bottle that decorated store shelves and kitchen counters across the world, died at 85 at a hospital in Tokyo on February 8, 2015. One of the key pioneers in the modern Japanese industrial designs, Ekuan designed a sauce dispenser for Kikkoman in 1961.  AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS    JAPAN OUT        (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)

Designer Of Iconic Soy Sauce Bottle, Bullet Train Dies

The Japanese industrial designer responsible for the iconic red-capped soy sauce dispenser and other designs and logos died on Sunday.

02/09/2015

Nicole Richie (credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

Nicole Richie Bringing Popular Web Series To VH1

Richie’s Twitter feed has launched her return to television…

03/31/2014

Eve (credit: Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images)

Rapper Eve Takes To Twitter On Recent Engagement

Rapper-actress Eve is engaged to 41-year-old British designer Maximillion Cooper…

01/02/2014

Kenneth Cole (credit: Liam Mayclem/CBS Local)

Kenneth Cole: Fashion Icon & Agent of Social Change

Liam sits down with the famous fashion designer for a one-on-one chat & “5 Tasty Questions”

10/11/2013

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Best Designer Consignment & Vintage Stores

These Bay Area stores have made it their business to take in gently used designer clothes and accessories, and resell them at a fraction of the original price. Think of it as fashionable recycling. It’s not only good for your pocketbook… it’s good for the environment.

CBS San Francisco–09/14/2011

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ConsumerWatch: Costco Takes The Plunge In Wedding Dress Market

From baked goods to furniture, Costco is getting into the wedding business. The company’s website offers competitive prices on jewelry, flowers, and photos for your big day.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–02/17/2011