Day: May 3, 2021

Nordstrom features Haiti made face masks, hair accessories


Haitian-American fashion designer Dayanne Danier was at the end of a 10-day trip to rural Central Haiti in late January checking on the production of her latest creations when one of the seamstresses turned to her as she prepared to leave.

“Don’t forget to send the fabric,” Danier, 43, recalled the woman saying. “Don’t take too long.”

Danier had been going back and forth between New York and Haiti since the country’s monstrous 2010 earthquake. She had watched as interest in Haiti’s handmade arts and crafts piqued soon after the disaster with well-known American designers buying

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Best Mother’s Day Gifts 2021: 11 Last-Minute Tech Gift Ideas for Mom

Enlarge / The Garmin Lily comes in six classic and sporty colorways.

Corey Gaskin / Ars Technica

While we’d never begrudge you treating your mom to flowers, chocolate, or scented candles for Mother’s Day, we at Ars always have tech on the brain, so we’d be remiss not to extol the benefits a good gadget can have on her daily life.

You’ll always know your mom’s tastes and interests better than we do, of course, but if she has room for a new piece of tech, we’ve rounded up a few useful, hassle-free, last-minute Mother’s Day gift ideas for your

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3 Non trending styles of 2021 that deserves a second chance in your wardrobe

Check out 3 stylish pieces of clothing that aren’t on the trend list but still a fashion favourite among all.

3 Non trending styles of 2021 that deserves a second chance in your wardrobe

The fashion cycle is quite unpredictable.Though fashion forecasting and trend spotting work hand in hand, what exactly is in and out of fashion and the reason behind each of it may travel breaking the borders of fashion touching human emotional trauma of the current times, social

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This Artist Is Creating AR-Enabled Clothing

Darragh Dandurand is a one-woman powerhouse and creative hub who is a leading voice in emerging and immersive technology. The award-winning creative director is also a strategist, photojournalist, and curator of future-tech programming and exhibitions. Last month she worked with the team of SXSW 2021 as a guest curator who created and moderated the festival’s first “The Future of Fashion: Style and Immersive Technology” track, focused on mixed-reality tech for fashion use-cases.

Bustle connected with Darragh to discuss her upcoming augmented reality (AR)-enabled design collaboration with multimedia artist Carrie Able, set to debut in Venice, Italy next year.


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Asian, Asian American And Pacific Islander-Founded And Owned Fashion Brands To Shop

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is recognized in May. This year, in what is an especially unprecedented year for the AAPI community, you can show your support from the comfort of your home by shopping Asian American and Pacific Islander-founded and owned fashion brands and retailers.

Ever since Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Week was extended to a month in the 90s, steps have been taken to recognize the history, culture and achievements of people in the AAPI community. In a way, 2021 is not unlike any other year—from May 1 through May 31, Asian American and

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Topshop’s top shop goes up for sale in latest blow for Philip Green | Commercial property

The prime location of Topshop’s Oxford Street store has gone on sale for as much as £420m in the latest step in the dismantling of Sir Philip Green’s retail empire.

A US property investment bank, Eastdil Secured, is seeking buyers for the site after Green’s company, Arcadia, collapsed into administration in November.

The sale process has been named Project Infinity by administrators at KPMG, who were appointed to oversee Redcastle (214 Oxford Street) Limited, the Arcadia company that officially owned the building.

The building was valued at about £500m as recently as two years ago, according to the Sunday Times,

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