Month: June 2021

Jewelry Brand seree Launches Earrings, Necklaces

seree, a New York-based jewelry label that creates designs using jade, is expanding its offerings with two collections dubbed “Jade+” and “seree lab.” Building on the original line of classic earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings, the brand mix-matches jade with a variety of materials like pearls and silver.

Leading the lineup is an oversized earring featuring quartzite in hoop form, and ear cuffs made with a gold bead and pale blue nephrite. The accessory additionally arrives in drop silhouettes, including the Chess pearl black agate design, as well as Cecile jade earrings. Elsewhere, the lineup is accentuated with the

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Kangaroos are not for shoes | Opinion

By Raymond J. Lesniak

Every year, more than 2 million kangaroos are slaughtered to make shoes. That’s right, more than 2 million shoes! Nike profits while kangaroos die. And Nike isn’t the only company profiting from this kangaroo slaughter. Adidas makes kangaroo athletic shoes and Dick’s Sporting Goods, Puma and Amazon-owned Zappos sell athletic shoes made of kangaroo skin, according to an exhaustive, months-long investigation by the Center for a Humane Economy, a national non-profit organization that promotes animal welfare in the business sector.

It’s the largest land-based commercial wildlife slaughter in the world, ten times larger and far

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STYLE: THE RISE AND FALL OF A FASHION ICON – Newspaper

First lady Jacqueline Kennedy donned one of Halston’s iconic pillbox hats on Inauguration Day in 1961 | Bettmann/Getty Images

Walk into any department store, and you’ll get a sense of the powerful brands built by high-end American designers: Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan. They created veritable fashion empires by leveraging their names to create lower-priced lines and sign profitable licensing agreements.

But before them all, there was Roy Halston Frowick — better known by the singular appellation Halston.

The subject of an eponymous Netflix miniseries starring Ewan McGregor, Halston became one of the earliest American designers to

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Add sizzle to barbecue season with these five great grilling accessories

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Backyard barbecue season calls for more than an open flame. Think beyond burgers and upgrade your grilling with these cooking accessories.

For handy pockets

Keep your summer outfit spotless with this adjustable apron, made with thick cotton to prevent spills from seeping through. It’s also equipped with multiple convenient pockets, so you can tuck in utensils, tools or whatever you want close at hand.

Five Two by Food52 apron, $58, nordstrom.ca

For

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Colorado Will Ban Plastic Bags And Plastic Foam Containers. There Are Several Exceptions, However.

Pushback from state Republicans, plastic industry lobbyists, and some in the business community weakened several aspects of the bill.

One big change is that small stores, which the state describes as any business with three or fewer locations, are now exempt from the ban and can continue to use plastic bags if they are not prohibited by their municipality.

State Rep. Lisa Cutter, a Jefferson County Democrat who co-sponsored the bill, said she was disappointed by the change, which came during negotiations on the Senate floor.

“It removes a significant portion of stores,” said Cutter, who could not estimate how

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Dress to impress: Ted Baker says formal wear back in demand

  • Fiscal 2021 loss smaller than feared
  • Demand returning for dresses, suits
  • Q1 sales down 20% due to lockdowns
  • Discounts, promotions returning to normal levels

June 14 (Reuters) – Upmarket retailer Ted Baker (TED.L) said on Monday dresses and suits were back in demand, with Britons rediscovering a taste for formal wear as months of COVID-19 curbs on social life were slowly relaxed.

A lockdown-driven shift to casual wear hammered the fashion retailer’s earnings last year, but its new boss said the performance of Ted Baker stores since their reopening in April was “very pleasing”.

“Most recently we are seeing dresses

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Swae Lee reportedly claims $300,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from his hotel room

Swae Lee has reportedly claimed that he was robbed of some jewelry while he was staying at a Miami hotel.

According to a report TMZ posted yesterday (June 12), Lee claims that $300,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from his room at South Beach’s Mondrian Hotel by the time he was ready to check out this past Thursday. At the time he was set to leave, he reportedly told police about the missing jewelry, which sources close to him say consisted of some chains and a bracelet.

Lee, who’s been in Miami celebrating his birthday, reportedly believes that hotel workers

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Jill Biden and Kate Middleton Wore the Same Classic Shoes

We talk a lot about wardrobe classics here at Who What Wear, from tan trench coats to white blouses. But is there one single item that reigns supreme when it comes to perennial fashion favorites? Well, if you looked at the new images of the ultimate power couple, First Lady Jill Biden and the Duchess of Cambridge, it may just be nude, pointy-toe pumps. Both women chose to wear the classic shoe style, solidifying its cult status. 

I know what some people will say: Why talk about what they’re wearing when they are doing such important work? Well, we’re proponents

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How Ecosystems Can Help The Fashion Sector Gain Competitive Agility In The New Normal


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Having had discussions with some of my friends working in fashion, I’ve been wondering about how competitive agility could play a role in revamping the sector as we know it. Besides looking at the key trends impacting the business, it’s worth looking whether the fashion landscape, like other consumer-oriented industries, can orchestrate new, innovative ecosystems to support brand and bolster value chains and competitiveness.

It is well known that over the last few decades, fashion

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‘GMA’ Deals & Steals on accessories for on-the-go


‘GMA’ Deals & Steals on accessories for on-the-go | GMA





































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