Ever since the coronavirus outbreak became a global pandemic, we’ve seen fashion companies and retailers laying off employees, furloughing others, and closing for an indeterminate future. Unemployment, at 32%, is higher than it’s ever been before (it was at 25% during the Great Depression). But what does this indicate for the future of fashion and retail? I don’t think any of us saw this coming; however, I have hope about the future of fashion. As a recruiter in the fashion space, I am familiar with the ups and downs of the industry. This is what I predict.
The air inside your home can be up to 5 times dirtier than whatever you breathe outside. Which is one of the many reasons parents invest in air purifiers with HEPA filters. It’s a legitimate paranoia fueled by fear of invisible toxins, as well as pollen, dander, and dust. The latest and greatest presence non grata: Formaldehyde. It’s a colorless gas used in building materials and quite a few household products like paints and glues. And Dyson now has a product that aims to get rid of it.
When formaldehyde is present in the air at levels higher than
My daughter has been obsessed with princesses ever since she first discovered the color pink. She’s also been fascinated by mud, wields a sword like a pro, and is the fastest tiny superhero around. I guess you could say that my kid is her own unique version of a princess. And I am here for all of it.
Being stuck in self-quarantine often feels like we’re all Rapunzel singing to herself in “Tangled,” but that doesn’t mean we can’t also slay dragons, have a rockin’ tea party, and twirl around in pretty dresses. So here’s
Shortly after the 9/11 attacks in New York City, a museum on the Upper West Side, the New-York Historical Society, began collecting items from the tragedy – from scraps of the World Trade Center to public signage, letters and firefighter helmets.
“There was little time to collect the debris that was littering downtown streets – trash to some, but treasure to us,” said the museum’s former president Kenneth T Jackson.
Now, they’re turning to the coronavirus pandemic to build on their History Responds collection. The museum is collecting
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