Day: April 22, 2021

Neon signs are trending and yes, you can buy one without going broke

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If you are in need of some lit room decor, look no further. Neon signs are all over TikTok — and they probably aren’t as pricey as you think. While that “lit” pun was terrible, cheap neon signs are no joke at all.

Many cheaper options, however, aren’t like the neon signs you’re used to seeing in bars,

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Greenwashing Fashion | The Nation

Covering Climate NowThis story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

Around 15 million garments per week flow through Kantamanto, one of the largest secondhand clothing markets in the world. The shopping center is located in Accra, the capital of Ghana, and is stocked with once-donated clothing that arrives in hundred-pound bundles, mostly from the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada. Retailers take out substantial loans to purchase the bundles, hoping

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See some of the best fashion blasts from the pasts

As we inch closer to this year’s Oscars, one question besides, “Who will win?” is “What will everyone wear?”

While this year’s occasion will be unlike any other, tuning in for the fashion, whether in-person or virtual, still remains a fun sight to see.

Wondering how everyone will piece together their ensembles? You’re not alone.

A few clues include that not one best actress winner in the past decade has had a slit in their gown.

Another fun fact is that only three of the past 20 winners (best actress and best supporting actress) wore strapless, according to style

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New York, It’s Time to Shop! (Masks on, Please)

Coming Soon (53 Canal Street), founded by Fabiana Faria and Helena Barquet, used to be just half a block from its new larger outpost. Though silly-ware and specialty mirrors (Gaetano Pesce, $500) may feel a little overdone (“I do feel like I’m on Instagram,” a shopper noted inside the store), the sheer joy of immediate attraction to an object is readily available and extremely fun in person. If hand-making curvy candles in your sink didn’t go as well as it looked on TikTok, there are plenty to pick up here, along with wiggle-handled glass carafes, a chunky pineapple stool and

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‘Why am I crying watching this video’

One dad shared what he plans to gift his 2-year-old son on his 18th birthday, and get ready for your heart to melt.

Ben Garcia (@bengarseeya) is an entrepreneur and father of one who shared an amazing gift idea that quickly went viral. Parents will definitely want to take note!

Garcia explained that even though his son just turned 2, he’s already got plans for his 18th birthday. For his son’s second birthday, Garcia asked for contributions to a college fund in lieu of toys.

“The reason I did this is because he has a ton of toys

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The Prickly Pineapple Boutique Merges Western and Hawaiian Culture in New Clothing Line

Honolulu (KHON2) – The Prickly Pineapple Boutique is bringing the western style to Hawaii with a new clothing boutique.

Located on the island of Kaua’i, The Prickly Pineapple celebrates western fashion with elements of Hawaiian culture.

“The Prickly Pineapple boutique is Hawaii’s first western fashion boutique in Hawaii. We also hosted Hawaii’s first western fashion shows with big Western brand sponsors like Kimes ranch jeans, Hooey, Rock Paper Scissors denim. We have hosted 3 fashion shows in Hawaii. This year is the first year we didn’t because of covid. We carry a lot of western graphic tees, fringe and cow

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