clothing

Kanye West creating God Save America’ clothing | People

Kanye West has plans to create “God Save America” clothing.

The ‘Bound 2’ rapper has reportedly filed a patent to have the slogan – thought to be part of his Presidential campaign – adorned on T-shirts, jumpers and hoodies, similar to President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan, TMZ reports.

It comes after Kanye promised to “build a stronger country’ in his first campaign advertisement, which shows him standing in front of a black and white American flag as he discusses his desire to “revive” America’s “commitment to faith”.

He says in the clip: “To live up to our dream, we must have vision. We as a people will revive our nation’s commitment to faith, to what our constitution calls the free exercise of religion, including, of course, prayer. Through prayer, faith can be restored. We as a people are called to a greater purpose than ourselves. We are

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Zendaya’s ‘found herself’ through fashion | People



Zendaya's 'found herself' through fashion

Zendaya has “found herself” through her fashion choices.

The ‘Euphoria’ star collected the Visionary Award at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards and in her acceptance speech, she opened up about fashion and how it has made her more “confident”.

Speaking as she collected her award from model Bethann Hardison, she said: “I just want to say thank you, first and foremost, to Bethann, you are an icon and a true trailblazer in this fashion industry, and I am grateful for all that you are and all that you continue to do. You inspire me every day.

“This is an incredible honour. It means the world to me. I think fashion has always truly lived in my heart ever since I was very, very young. I love clothes and I think it’s so much more than just clothes. I think it’s an art, it’s emotion, it’s feeling, and to me, through

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beauty

These beauty brands are encouraging people to vote

Many beauty labels are encouraging their customers to vote with limited-edition products and merchandise. Other big-name beauty brands are giving their employees time off to vote or volunteer as poll workers on November 3.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up with The Lip Bar for a limited-edition red lipstick. There were only 500 units of the exclusive matte liquid shade called “Bawse Voter” (which have all sold out). Forty percent of the proceeds are donated to When We All Vote, the nonpartisan organization that promotes voter turnout.

Lip bar founder Melissa Butler appeared on ABC’s “Shark Tank” TV series as a contestant for the beauty brand, which sells vegan and cruelty-free makeup. “Our goal is to make your makeup routine as easy as possible so you can spend time on the things that matter most to you — and right now, for many of us, that’s politics,” she said.

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fashion

Diverse And Inclusive Enough To Protect People And Planet?

Despite all of the sustainability buzz within the fashion industry, the lack of collaboration between industry stakeholders has led to only fragmented and incremental improvements thus far. Boston Consulting Group’s pre-Covid assessment predicts industry growth of around 5% per year to 2030, meaning a continued increase in greenhouse gas emissions and waste generation at a time when drastic reductions are needed. As a result of this, in 2019, a Fashion Pact was launched during the G7 Summit by French President Emmanuel Macron and François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and CEO of Kering. All of the pact signatories committed their businesses to science-based targets and to ensuring operational changes to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement on containing global warming.    

Yesterday, 12 months after the formation of the pact, an update was delivered during Global Fashion Agenda’s CFS+ online summit, led by Paul

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accesories

5 Ways To Instantly Elevate Your Outfit Using Sharp Accessories That Most People Forget To Wear

In 2020, even the festive season is going to look entirely different. With more house parties, adhering to the COVID-19 restrictions, we’re going have a drastically different Diwali experience this year. For house parties, it’s important that you put your best foot forward this time. After staying in for months in the end, it’s only fair to look your best for the biggest festival of the year.

While choosing what to wear, it’s also important to accessorise in a way that helps enhance your look. Here are some exciting accessories to choose from:

1. Cuff Links

Instead of regular buttons, use cuff links to finish your outfi in case you’re opting for a formal look. Cuff-links have a way of instantly lifting the presence of your outfit. Since it’s festivity time, you can go all out in choosing an unconventional design that excites you.

2. Sunglasses

While you can’t wear

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gift

Here’s a Useful Gift People Can Actually Use Daily

It’s the “Ber” season! For some people, gift hunting starts as early as possible, but when Ber months come, we all know everybody starts to be on the lookout for the perfect gift to give to loved ones.

This Christmas, there’s no better way to get into the spirit of giving by providing your loved ones with a useful gift. We all love gifts that we can actually use, and if possible, gifts that we can actually use DAILY.

Giving gifts that are useful not only makes the person you’re giving it to happy and really appreciative, but it also makes your hard-earned money worth spending.

For a Christmas gift that will make people appreciate you, here’s NutriBullet Pro.

Hold on, What’s NutriBullet Pro?

Best Useful Gift for Loved Ones
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NutriBullet Pro is a compact and optimized blender that can be used daily to make ordinary food turn into

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women

In Leadup to Election, More Women, Young People Say They Won’t Vote: Poll

An increasing number of women and young people say they do not plan to vote as November’s election quickly approaches, according to a new poll.

The Hill/HarrisX poll released Friday found that 6 percent of voters aged 18 to 34 said they would not vote, compared to 4 percent in the same poll from one week earlier. The number of women who said they did not plan on voting was 5 percent, moving from 3 percent the previous week.

Although a large majority of younger voters taking part in the poll said they would vote in the election, they were still the least likely of all age groups to indicate they would participate on both weeks of polling. An even number of women and men, 3 percent, said they would not vote in last week’s poll.

This week’s poll was conducted online among 2,841 registered voters between October 3

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wedding

Brooklyn Beckham’s wedding will be ‘family focused’ | People



Brooklyn Beckham's wedding will be 'family focused'

Brooklyn Beckham will have a “family focused” wedding.

The 21-year-old aspiring photographer is set to tie the knot with Nicola Peltz next year, and sources have said he wants every member of his family – including his parents, David and Victoria Beckham, his brothers, Romeo, 18, and Cruz, 15, and his nine-year-old sister Harper – involved in the process.

Brooklyn and Nicola, 25, will reportedly have two weddings – with one in the UK, and one in Nicola’s home country, the US – and Brooklyn’s famous father David Beckham will be the master of the ceremonies.

Victoria Beckham is set to design Nicola’s dress, whilst Harper will act as the chief bridesmaid, and both Romeo and Cruz will be Brooklyn’s best men.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Brooklyn is incredibly family focused, just like his parents, and the boys are so close. They are brothers and best mates.

“Although

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clothing

H&M will let people convert old clothing items into new ones at Stockholm store

Fast fashion chain H&M wants to turn discarded clothes into something new to wear again — within five hours.



The Looop machine spins yarn from the old garment.


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The Looop machine spins yarn from the old garment.

The Sweden-based retailer is about to start giving consumers at its Stockholm store the option to turn in used garments that it will then transform into one of three different clothing items.

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Once the program begins Monday, customers will be able to bring in a garment they don’t want, which will be cleaned and put into a machine called Looop. The machine will disassemble it, shredding it into fibers that are then used to create new clothing.

The effort comes amid a rising volume of global clothing waste, and growing concern over fast fashion’s contribution to it.

The company said the recycling process, which can handle more than one garment at a time, doesn’t use water or chemicals

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wedding

Meadows hosted wedding despite guidelines banning gatherings of more than 10 people: report

White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsTrump says COVID-19 diagnosis a ‘blessing in disguise’ Trump works from Oval Office six days after COVID-19 diagnosis Trump gambles with new stimulus strategy MORE reportedly hosted an indoor wedding for his daughter in May in Atlanta despite city and state health protocols that prohibited gatherings of more than 10 people to stem the spread of coronavirus.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution obtained photographs of the lavish affair, which took place on May 31 at the Biltmore Ballrooms. Approximately 70 guests wearing tuxedos and gowns were reportedly in attendance, including Rep. Jim JordanJames (Jim) Daniel JordanHillicon Valley: Congressional antitrust report rips tech firms | Facebook tightens ban on QAnon content | Social media groups urged to weed out disinformation targeting minority voters Congressional antitrust report rips tech firms for stifling competition Jim Jordan tests negative for COVID-19 MORE (R-Ohio).

However, no pictures

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