Day: February 5, 2021

The Messed Up Truth Of Fashion Mogul Peter Nygard

The Canadian-raised designer was born in Finland in 1941. His parents immigrated to Canada when Nygård was a young boy. He got his start in fashion working as a retail manager and bought into that company before eventually buying and renaming it. He quickly rose in the Canadian fashion world, and through the years continued to expand his business. By 2009 he was ranked one of the richest Canadians, with a net worth estimated at $900 million, via Celebrity Net Worth.

He’s now accused of using his wealth and fashion companies to lure women. By hosting extravagant parties at

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How Do You Know If a Fashion Brand Is Ethical?

The novel coronavirus pandemic and racial reckoning that has taken place in the last several months has made purchasing from socially mindful brands more important than ever. Supporting small and local businesses could directly help out a struggling business owner, and prioritizing Black-owned labels is a great way to raise awareness and amplify the Black community.

Even before the pandemic, I considered myself a conscious shopper. I shopped BIPOC-owned businesses and supported eco-conscious brands that do not harm animals when making products. But if I’m honest, I spent very little time learning about the products I was considering. I rarely

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No sex, partying or shopping for athletes at Tokyo Games

a group of people walking in a park

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Athletes who will stay inside the Games Village in Tokyo during the Olympics will have to abstain from parties and sex.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) published first of the four ‘playbooks’ on Wednesday, which will act as a guide for everyone travelling to Tokyo for the postponed Olympics. And among the raft of measures announced in it is a ban on physical contact.

Life inside the Athletes Village is often described as boisterous. American shooter Josh Lakatos described his astonishment to ESPN when he saw members of a 4x100m relay team from a

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Lab Accessories Market Size 2021 Latest In-Depth Report Segment by Manufacturers, Type, Applications, Market Dynamics and Forecast to 2025

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Feb 01, 2021 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

Lab Accessories Market report elaborates the market size, market characteristics, and market growth of the Lab Accessories industry, and breaks down according to the type, application, and consumption area of Lab Accessories. The report also conducted a PESTEL analysis of the industry to study the main influencing factors and entry barriers of the industry.

Global “Lab Accessories Market” forecast 2021-2025 report analyses the current and

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‘Bridgerton’-Style Clothes to Fit Into Your Modern Wardrobe

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We’re sure it doesn’t come as news to you that Netflix Original Bridgerton is the hottest TV series around right now. The sultry new period piece has been simply captivating, and not just because of its addictive drama and really, really good-looking actors. The fashion has, perhaps, stuck with viewers the most. Everyone wants Bridgerton-inspired clothing now!

According to The Daily Mail, eBay saw a 39% increase in the search for corsets since Bridgerton’s release, along with a 26% increase

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Malls add robots to boost holiday shopping

A Cheetah Mobile robot works in a shopping mall.  [Photo provided to]

Shopping malls are scrambling to come up with new ideas to better entertain consumers for the upcoming Spring Festival holiday, as some provinces and municipalities have called on residents to stay where they work during the period in a bid to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.

Shopping malls in Shenzhen and Beijing, for instance, have deployed robots powered by artificial intelligence to issue a variety of coupons for dining, movies, sports and other activities to attract consumers.

Jacky Han, vice-president of marketing at the Chinese tech

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