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Fashion brands are making face masks, medical gowns for the coronavirus crisis

L.A. brands Citizens of Humanity, Hedley & Bennett and Michael Costello, along with New York designers Brandon Maxwell and Christian Siriano, Italian label Prada and French conglomerate Kering, are making face masks and medical gowns.

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Source: Los Angeles Times

Boardriders cede Xcel, la sua marca di mute per il surf

La casa madre di Billabong e Quiksilver ha venduto Xcel al gruppo ZG Holdings, specialista in logistica ed Enterprise Resource Planning, che lavora già con Briko, State of Elevenate e Level sul mercato americano.

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Source: Fashion Network

Confermata la Fashion Week di Shanghai, ma su Tmall

Per far fronte alla crisi del coronavirus, Shanghai organizza la prima fashion week digitale in partnership con Tmall, il portale del lusso del colosso cinese Alibaba, che dal 30 marzo diffonderà sfilate e contenuti.

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Source: Fashion Network

Research shows your clothes have an impact on your mind. What you wear during self-isolation matters

It's time to replace your 'day-to-night' look with a 'desk-to-couch-to-jog-around-the-park-for-five-minutes-before-giving-up' look

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Source: The Independent

Deborah Birx is the maternal fashion icon America needs right now

She was the chic — but not too chic — maternal presence I didn't realize we needed until she appeared.

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Source: New York Post

Brighten up your WFH wardrobe with these It pieces for spring

There’s nothing like working from home in wearable art. Amsterdam-based cult label Daily Paper just launched a collab with the Van Gogh Museum, a 21-piece collection featuring the famous 19th- century artist’s work. Drawings scale across denim trucker jackets, while T-shirts are adorned with self-portraits. We’re partial to this “Van Hajo” short-sleeved shirt with a. . .

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Source: New York Post

Is your cell phone giving you wrinkles?

As if we didn’t have enough guilt about our device addiction: Mounting evidence shows that blue-light exposure from our screens (while Netflix bingeing, Insta-scrolling or frantically checking e-mails into the wee hours) can also do a number on our skin. Yes, it turns out you can be a sun-avoiding vampire and still end up with. . .

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Source: New York Post