• Clothing

    Refugees in need of winter clothing; Coloradans help

    Refugees from Afghanistan are in need of winter clothing, and Coloradans can help by dropping off new or gently used clothing in Aurora. AURORA, Colo. — Coloradans of all different faiths are coming together this weekend to help 13,000 Afghanistan refugees collect winter clothes. Many of the refugees are living in Wisconsin on a military base. Organizers said they plan to load up a 20-foot long truck and drive it there on Tuesday after the clothing drive in Aurora. “Coloradans have been asking how they can help, and this is an amazing opportunity for that to happen,” Colorado State Representative  

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  • Lingerie and Swimwear

    Swimwear, lingerie and clothing brand, Pour Moi, commences fit-out to luxury new offices in Brighton

    Pour Moi, the rapidly growing lingerie, swimwear and clothing brand, has commenced a comprehensive, quarter of a million-pound, fit-out project to its new head office in Brighton.  The work is being carried out by BRAC Contracts, which also completed the transformation of the building in Black Lion Street, including the construction of a new, two-storey rooftop extension that Pour Moi is leasing from DTZ Investments on a ten-year agreement. Work on the 1,000 m² project is focused on the transformation of the fourth floor to provide office space with work including the installation of stud partition walls, glass  

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    Sainsbury’s children’s clothing tells girls to ‘stay home’ and boys they’re ‘unstoppable’

    Sainsbury’s has been criticised for selling clothing with slogans that reinforce gender stereotypes. In a recent Mumsnet thread titled “Am I being unreasonable to think that nothing is going to change for women while girls are still targeted with this b*******?”, an anonymous commenter described their experience of a recent trip to the retail giant. “In Sainsburys this morning,” it begins. “In the boys’ clothes aisle I noticed tops with the words UNLIMITED and UNSTOPPABLE printed on them. Took a quick detour down the girls aisle to see what similarly empowering messages were being directed at them… “‘Let’s Stay Home.’ 

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  • Clothing

    J. Crew offers extra 50% off men’s, women’s, kids’ clothing

    Save an extra 50% on sale clothing when you shop at J. Crew this season. Using code HELLOFALL, you can enjoy J. Crew’s effortless wardrobe of easy-to-wear products—both in store and online. Just apply the code, and receive an extra 50% off sale items. Home to a vast selection of classic attire with a twist, J. Crew’s style can accommodate all your fall fashion needs. J. Crew’s timeless designs and commitment to quality come together to create clothing that transitions seamlessly into the next season—into the next decade. Featuring staple categories like blazers, cashmere, coats, and pants, J.  

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  • Stylish

    36 Pieces Of Clothing You’ll Wish You Bought Already

    ‘Tis the season of faux leather and I am thriving. We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. 1. A high-waisted wrap skirt donning fall’s unofficial fabric of choice: faux leather. It makes suede, flannel, corduroy, etc. look like an afterthought. amazon.com Promising review: “This skirt is an  

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  • Clothing

    Local clothing designer to showcase ‘Memphis’ collection at New York Fashion week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A lifelong dream is coming true for a Memphis clothing designer who will be showcasing a collection named after her hometown at New York Fashion Week this month. Ayeshia Smith, 33, said the whole collection was inspired by a bold fabric called Memphis that gives a nod to the fashions of the ’80s and ’90s. ‘Memphis’ print “It’s kind of a big thing right now,” said Smith. “I wanted to create something that identified with me, and it’s named after my hometown. So, I was like this would be perfect.” National Civil Rights Museum announces 30th annual  

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    Local family turns tragedy into mission with ‘No Worries. None’ clothing line

    Ironwood Golf Course is known for helping raise money for charity. But now the family responsible for running it is being lifted by your generosity. “We’ve been in restaurants, and driving down the street and we see the decals,” Margo Lehmann says. “Marleh’s love has been spread, everywhere. And that’s what heals my heart.” Margo Lehmann and husband Mike remember their daughter Marleh living life. “Turn pain into purpose,” Mady Lehmann says. “I definitely think that my family has done that. It’s really meant a lot. The community outreach has been unbelievable.” Family Mady Lehmann recalls a sister who loved  

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