Day: June 5, 2021

What You Need to Know About Chinese Street Fashion

Tiktok trends have become a part of life since the start of the pandemic. One week, your feed will be spammed with people dancing to “Blinding Lights,” and the next week, it’s videos of people showing off their hardcore makeup skills.

Over the past few months, however, there’s a new trend focused on a certain type of street style, specifically Chinese street fashion. This recent Tiktok trend sees girls and guys flexing their slightly avant-garde street fashion while they make masks look like accessories instead of health care protocols.

Chinese street fashion Tiktoks are like any fashion videos on the

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Father’s Day Gifts From Nordstrom 2021: 13 Buys He’ll Love

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Father’s Day is right around the corner and as usual, I’m panicking. Am I the only one with a dad who is borderline impossible to shop for?! This man wants absolutely nothing, hates when I spend my money and loves wearing the same clothes for a minimum of 10-15 years. Totally stumped on what to get, I decided to pick one retailer and rounded up the best Father’s Day gifts for a one-stop shopping experience. Get your credit cards ready, because Nordstrom has answered my daughter-of-the-year prayers.

Father’s Day gifts we’re officially outlawing? Slippers (He

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Pride Month: Fashion & Style Brands Giving Back to the LGBTQ Community

Pride Month is here. Julia Cherruault for Observer

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. Pride takes place in June because it’s the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, a watershed moment in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality. This year, President Joe Biden issued an official proclamation recognizing June as Pride Month, and reiterated his administration’s promise to fight for equality for the LGBTQ+ community to be codified into law.

Now that the world is starting to open up again (just in time for summer), this year’s Pride celebrations will surely be bigger than ever, and

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Kroger out, resort amenities in, at University City project

With its expansive rooftop deck – complete with pool and hammocks, grills and games – the new City apartment complex on Olentangy River Road is all set to party.

But it will do so without its previous first-floor retail anchor, Kroger. The grocery store will not return to the center just off Ackerman Road, even though a space was designed for it.

DevelopmentAt $120 million, new CoverMyMeds building fetches record price for Columbus office building

The six-story mixed-use complex is at the heart of the redeveloped University City Shopping Center just north of Ohio State University. The City 

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Wear It Now fashion ensemble sleek classic styles florals bold color blocking

Make packing easy for your summer weekend getaway. Opt for pieces that are within the same color palette for interchangeable options. Sleek, classic styles in pretty florals or bold color blocking take the quess-work out of what to wear when lounging at the resort’s pool is the main task of the day. Don’t forget accessories! Chunky globally inspired beads are the perfect accent to any swimsuit.

Solid Tassel Tunic in Brown by Tory Burch, $258 at Splash on Main-A Slim Aarons inspired caftan makes is a sophisticated choice for a poolside cover up.

Color Blocked Bikini Top and High 

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Covid warning: Genetic epidemiology expert spots trending youth epidemic

The data suggests there are “10 times more cases in the under 40s than in the over 60s”. In the past week, symptomatic cases of Covid have jumped from 2,550 daily to 4,608 infected individuals each day. Tim Spector OBE, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s College London, commented on the findings. “The UK picture is changing quickly now. Cases are rising, but not nationwide, it’s very much a regional issue.”

Current hotspots include North Lanarkshire, Scotland, and the North West of England.

“The data highlights that the increase is happening in the younger age groups, suggesting the start of

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