How COVID-19 Is Nudging The Fashion Industry To Go Circular

The list of what needs to be improved in the $1.5 trillion fashion industry is long. Years of producing cheap clothes using cheap labor has created an unsustainable scenario. The linear take-make-waste approach that was the backbone of the industry has resulted in mind-boggling consequences.

Synthetic fibers used in 72 percent of our clothing

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Raiders Not Shopping Derek Carr

Quarterback Derek Carr isn’t going anywhere.

While that doesn’t mean there is no chance that Carr might get traded if a team were to offer a ridiculous trade in favor of the Silver and Black, it’s stating the fact that it is highly unlikely.

The point is, the Raiders aren’t shopping Derek Carr.

Reports online this week say that the Raiders could potentially acquire Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in a three-team trade.

They absolutely could.

Sports Illustrated’s Raider Maven learned and reported on Monday that some teams have been inquiring about Carr. However, the Raiders are not “actively shopping”

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Mobile Phone Accessories Market – Global Industry Analysis, Technological Innovations, Trends, Growth Opportunities and Demand Forecast

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Japan, Japan, Thu, 04 Feb 2021 04:32:18 / Comserve Inc. / — Mobile Phone Accessories Market Has Transformed Rapidly in Past Few Couple of Decades – Industry Outlook By Size, Share, Demand, Growth, Technology And Emerging Trends

“The report on the global mobile phone accessories market provides qualitative and quantitative analysis for the period from 2018 to 2026. The report predicts the global mobile phone accessories market to grow with a healthy CAGR over the forecast period from 2020-2026. The study on mobile phone accessories market covers

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Tampa Artist Chosen To Create Gift Of Peace, Unity For NFL Owners

TAMPA, FL — Lifelong artist Ya Levy La’ford believes she was given her creative gift to spread the universal message of hope, peace and unity, something that’s needed more than ever in a world ravaged by a pandemic and racial disparity.



a woman wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Ya La'ford will create custom-designed artwork for the 75 owners of the NFL as a Super Bowl LV tribute.


© Ya Levy La’ford
Ya La’ford will create custom-designed artwork for the 75 owners of the NFL as a Super Bowl LV tribute.

She just didn’t realize how far her message would reach until, out of the blue, she received a call from the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee.

“They wanted to know if I was interested

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Jill Biden’s fashion choices were subtle but purposeful on Inauguration Day

Written by Leah DohlanFiona Sinclair Scott, CNN

There was no shortage of striking fashion moments on Inauguration Day this year, from the shoulder smattering of crystals on Ella Emhoff’s Miu Miu coat to Amanda Gordon’s sunny Prada ensemble, each outfit choice told a story and added to the cautious celebratory spirit of the day.

First lady Jill Biden did not disappoint, quietly signaling she knows exactly how to harness the soft power potential of fashion in the three looks she wore to mark the occasion. Nodding to emerging design talent, sustainable fashion and multiculturalism, her choices hit all

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Shopping online? Here’s what you should know about user reviews — ScienceDaily

If you’re about to buy something online and its only customer review is negative, you’d probably reconsider the purchase, right? It turns out a product’s first review can have an outsized effect on the item’s future — it can even cause the product to fail.

Shoppers, retailers and manufacturers alike feel the effects of customer reviews. Researchers at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business looked at the influence of the first review after noticing the exact same products getting positive reviews on one retailer’s website but negative reviews on others, said Sungsik Park, Ph.D., who studied the phenomenon

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