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L.A. brand creates coronavirus-inspired collection to benefit creatives who've lost jobs

Jared Ingold wanted to help his laid-off freelancer friends. He and his design partner ended up creating a collection of T-shirts, sweatshirts and caps inspired by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Source: Los Angeles Times

Bsamply mette a disposizione gratis le sue tecnologie per le aziende tessili

Per contribuire al fronte comune contro il coronavirus, la sales platform B2B italo-americana mette a disposizione gratuita delle aziende tessili le sue tecnologie. Intanto, sta finalizzando un nuovo fundraising.

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Source: Fashion Network

Coronavirus: anche Pellemoda e il consorzio Cuoio di Toscana si attivano

L’azienda empolese è capo progetto per i dispositivi di protezione individuale per Confindustria e Camera di Commercio Firenze. Il Consorzio donerà mascherine ad alcune strutture ospedaliere di Asl Toscana Nord-Ovest.

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Source: Fashion Network

Cute cardigans to keep cozy in while working from home

Your college sweatshirt could use a break. A slouchy cardigan in a springtime pastel hue is the perfect sartorial pick-me-up if you’re working from home or need to toss on a comfy topper for a quick walk outside. If you’re feeling frisky, have your very own Katie Holmes moment and layer one over just a. . .

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Source: New York Post

People are freaking out about having bad hair during coronavirus quarantine

"It's a good thing that ombre is still in style!'' says stylist Paul Labrecque.

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Source: New York Post

New IV drip bars offer liquid vitamin boosts

Facials and peels? They barely scratch the surface. The newest “spa” treatments go far deeper. In fact, intravenous (IV) nutrient therapies release cocktails of wellness-enhancing vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants directly into patients’ veins. These restorative infusions — favored by celebs like Chrissy Teigen and Miley Cyrus — have recently opened in soothing, luxe spaces known. . .

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Source: New York Post