Can Abercrombie & Fitch make millennials fall back in love with them?

Sex no longer sells.With its heavily perfumed boutiques and attractive, barely clothed adolescent sales staff, Abercrombie & Fitch ruled the aughts. But the Ohio-based apparel brand has struggled recently as millennial tastes evolved and e-commerce boomed. It posted a $15.5 million loss in its most recent quarter and plans to

Groom dies snorkeling with wife on honeymoon

A large group of “grief-stricken” friends gathered yesterday to remember their newlywed pal who died snorkeling on honeymoon.Dublin groom Andrew Roddy, who celebrated turning 30 just last week, was vacationing in the Maldives with his bride Gill Campion when tragedy struck.The couple, who tied the knot just over two weeks

The best pop culture Halloween costumes of 2017

This Halloween, make a news-splash!2017 was a yuuuge year, with headlines coming faster and in greater numbers than Kardashian spawn. Why not take advantage of the non-stop insanity and let it inspire your costume on Oct. 31? Here, The Post teaches you to dress like lazy mayors, casual princesses, Instagrammable

Can Abercrombie & Fitch make millennials fall back in love with them?

Sex no longer sells.With its heavily perfumed boutiques and attractive, barely-clothed adolescent sales staff, Abercrombie & Fitch ruled the aughts. But the Ohio-based apparel brand has struggled recently as millennial tastes evolved and e-commerce boomed. It posted a $15.5 million loss in its most recent quarter and plans to shut

This futuristic toothbrush cleans your teeth in 3 seconds

Engineers have created the first-ever “smartbrush” that can clean your teeth in less than three seconds.The patented invention by Nicola Nichele, 28, is a motorized mouth guard that cleans all a user’s teeth simultaneously.People will spend more than 200 full days manually cleaning their gnashers by following dentists’ advice that

This app is the officially the worst idea ever

This could be the worst idea for an app ever.There’s no denying the age of social media has increased people’s dedication to getting that perfect snap. Whether it’s dutiful boyfriends on photo duty or the growing scourge of selfie sticks, our vanity is increasingly unbridled.But a company called ElsiePic wants

Retailers are trying to profit off the #MeToo movement

Opportunistic retailers are already trying to cash in on the #MeToo movement.The viral campaign started Sunday when actress Alyssa Milano tweeted the hashtag and encouraged women to share their stories of sexual harassment and assault.#MeToo posts swiftly made waves across the internet — and online sellers were just as quick

Tourist killed in famous church by falling chunk of ceiling

A tourist died visiting the famous Basilica of the Holy Cross in Florence, Italy, when a piece of the ceiling hit him, authorities said. More On: tourism Tourists won't stop sitting on the edge of this terrifying waterfall Iceland challenges visitors in hilarious tourist video North Korea wants to become a tourist destination Tourists might get

Social media blamed for epidemic of teen girls harming themselves

Cases of self-harming among teenage girls have shot up by two-thirds in just three years, a study reveals.Experts warn increased levels of pressure and stress from social media use may be fuelling a rise in mental health issues.Reports of self-harm among girls aged from 13 to 16 rose by 68

These diet sodas are actually making people fat: suit

Three soda makers are being sued because their diet drinks allegedly make people fat.Six soft drink lovers, each of whom has struggled with obesity, claim the aspertame in the diet beverages made by Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple made them pack on the pounds rather than shed weight.Lawsuits were

Cops hope to squash gourd caper with “pumpkin lineup’

These seedy criminals were sure caught off gourd.Police in Maryland Heights, Missouri, received a report Wednesday at approximately 1:40 a.m. of Halloween decoration disappearances eerily cropping up around town.“One of the victims provided our Dispatchers a description of the suspect vehicle seen leaving the area during the time frame of

Schools cracking down on “unacceptable’ Halloween costumes

It’s that time of the year again, when the leaves turn, the air becomes crisp and Americans of all ages don masks and costumes to hit the streets in search of sweets, shindigs and maybe a bit of mischief.But as the U.S. gears up for Halloween, young people are finding

This is why you don’t mess with Ken Griffey’s statue

His business meeting could wait.Kelsey Klevenberg of Seattle says he left his office building and chased down a man he saw rip the bat off of the statue of Mariners legend Ken Griffey Jr.The suspect, Skyler Kaizuka, is being held on $10,000 bail as he is investigated on charges of malicious

You can now explore the solar system with Google Maps

When it comes to maps, Google has already conquered Earth. Whether you need a bird’s eye view of your neighborhood or a street-level glimpse at a storefront half the world away, Google can deliver it in seconds. So it’s no wonder that after doing pretty much everything it possibly can

In-flight dating apps make joining the mile high club easier

Hooking up 30,000 feet in the air has been made easier for Australians with a somewhat-accidental in-flight dating app.This week, Qantas unveiled the Boeing Dreamliner that’s being added to its fleet. And while the 787-9 comes with a bunch of fancy things like bigger seats and larger windows and fewer

From feathered dials to painted faces, these watches are works of art

Long before technical advancements transformed watches into precise timekeeping instruments, they were lavishly decorated mechanical trophies that conveyed the wealth and status of their aristocratic owners. What they lacked in accuracy early pocket watches made up for in artistry.Watchmaking’s traditional decorative embellishments — such as bejeweling, engraving and enameling —

Hundreds of teens throw rager in for-sale home while owners grab dinner

A Colorado couple felt “violated” when they found hundreds of teenagers holding an out-of-control party in their home, according to reports.Homeowner Mike Cox and his wife were out to dinner when they returned to find their home littered with partying youths and police assessing the situation, 7News Denver reported. More On: parties Woman

This Duran Duran video yacht was rescued by a luxe watch CEO

Panerai CEO Angelo Bonati first spotted the ketch Eilean in Antigua in 2006, poking out of the mangroves in the island’s English Harbour. The 72-foot boat was rotting, rusted and worm-ridden; termites had polished off its two masts. The ship had, he admits, “clearly seen better days.”A keen sailor, Bonati

The sci-fi alloys inside tomorrow’s hi-tech watches

If the basics of mechanical watches remain largely unchanged, many of the materials used to make the latest models are highly innovative. The last decade or so has seen watchmakers introduce increasingly tech-driven materials into watches for visual effect and function.One of the newer game changers is silicon. First used

Tick talk — expert advice from 6 global watch influencers

Volandes is editor-in-chief of Town & Country.My first watch: A Keith Haring Swatch. I was in eighth grade, and we got it at the Swatch store in Midtown.My first important watch: A Cartier Tank. I probably got it earlier than I should have — it was a graduation gift — but I still have

Get the most out of a trip to Switzerland’s Watch Valley

Switzerland runs like clockwork, especially in Watch Valley. Stretching for 155 scenic miles from Geneva to Basel, the UNESCO-listed region is home to high-end watchmakers, including Breitling, TAG Heuer and Omega, and hundreds of auxiliary businesses.The epicenter is located in La Chaux-de-Fonds, an austere city planted atop a 1,000-meter-high plateau.

007-worthy diving watches are making a splash

All watch design is a matter of working within constraints, but counterintuitively, stricter limits often lead to impressive creations.In 1948, for example, the exacting standards of the British Ministry of Defence and the Royal Air Force resulted in the near-perfect IWC Mark 11 pilot’s watch.The toughest rules of all, however,

Luxe watch brands shake up the art world with edgy works

Lars Jan has powerful timing. On the heels of the most destructive hurricane season in human memory, the 2017 Audemars Piguet Art Commission recipient will present a meditation on climate-related devastation at Art Basel Miami this December.He’s creating a mazelike pavilion anchored by five hollow aluminum structures (modeled after famous

It’s a battle of the bands as alt-straps thrill watch lovers

Watch fanatics are known to pore over the technical specs of high-end timepieces. But increasingly, marquee brands are paying as much attention to the strap of a watch as its complex movement, creating models that are both Einsteins and arm candy.Jaeger-LeCoultre, for example, partnered with Argentine tannery Casa Fagliano to

Online dating may not be ruining romance after all

Online dating apps have been accused of fueling hook-up culture, and killing romance and even the dinner date, but their effects on society are deeper than originally thought.The good news: They may not be so bad after all.The rise of internet dating services could be behind stronger marriages, an increase

This sick Facebook game is encouraging kids to disappear

Kids as young as 14 are going missing for days at a time as part of a worrying new Facebook game called the “48-hour challenge.”The shocking challenge invites children to hide from their parents and loved ones for as long as possible, with participants awarded a higher score every time