June 30, 2020

Masks have become an integral part of our lives in the past few months. With the number of cases spiking again, it seems the first wave has still not been completely tamed. With that being said, masks aren't going anywhere anytime soon and now more than ever, people are trying to adjust to the "new norm": wearing a mask in public places. But how about eh hearing impaired, the deaf children or even the single ones who want to be seen? Don't we need to see more smiles in...

After weeks of telling residents to stay indoors, L.A. officials this week started easing strict stay-at-home rules.

But Angelenos desperate to return to the beaches, mountains and trails as summer approaches, just learned there is a catch. Both city and county officials said residents must wear face coverings when going outdoors.

The rules apply “any time you’re out and there are people around, whether it be at a trail head or a parking lot or a sidewalk,” Barbara Ferre...

March 31, 2020

Think of this challenge to the work environment as an opportunity to grow.

Google. Amazon. Apple. These were some of the earliest corporations that mandated remote working because of COVID-19.

Since then, nearly all businesses have followed suit as national and global agencies recommend social distancing to curb the spread of the virus. For huge firms with seemingly unlimited resources and technology, this displacement may be nothing more than a minor inconvenience....

November 30, 2019

We were underwhelmed by Pink's Nov. 13 CMA Awards ensemble. The singer sported this Julea Domani by Zeena Zaki ruffled rust-colored dress, which felt a little too casual for the big night, and strangely opted to top it with a flat-brimmed hat.

Bad Bunny's Latin Grammys look on Nov. 14 left a lot to be desired. The star arrived in a massive blue velvet coat, black trousers and dress shoes with huge sunglasses -- an ensemble that stood out but didn't land him on the...

November 22, 2019

The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show won't be happening this year. L Brands, which owns the lingerie brand, announced the news today on a quarterly earnings call with investors. According to Forbes, it was done in an effort to "evolve the messaging" of the company.

"We will be communicating to customers, but nothing similar in magnitude to the fashion show," said the company's CFO Stuart Burgdoerfer. He explained that the move was part of a gradual shift...

At fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, designers got optimistic—for the most part.

Celine Collection Spring 2020- Challenging the '70s

WE TEND TO FORGET how many people work on one dress. The fashion machine lionizes high-profile creative directors, who rotate through the top posts at luxury houses in a slick and expensive game of musical chairs. But at the British brand Alexander McQueen, helmed by the hardworking Sarah Burton, one magnificent piece for...

September 15, 2019

A sunny sense of optimism ran through the spring and summer 2020 collections presented here during New York Fashion Week, with labels providing the seeds of hope — in some cases literally — that brighter days for the country and our planet are just around the corner.

Although part of that feeling flowed naturally from the sunny hues and floral themes that traditionally characterize spring collections, there were a number of other trends, in silhouette, theme and color,...

August 27, 2019

Women’s Equality Day celebrates the 19th amendment’s adoption, but it’s also an opportunity to commit to achieving pay and leadership parity.

Women’s Equality Day commemorates the adoption of the 19th amendment, which granted women suffrage.

But experts say that Monday’s observance is also an opportunity to talk about pay and leadership parity in the workplace. Women in the U.S. make an average of 80 cents on a man’s dollar, and the pay gap has traditionally been wi...

August 23, 2019

There is simply no better food for an infant than a mother’s breast milk. The body is truly amazing; it creates and produces breast milk to support a growing and developing baby, and it’s why breast milk has often been called nature’s perfect first food. When you think about it, breast milk is an evolutionary guarantee that our offspring will survive—and thrive—long term, which is why the health benefits of breastfeeding are extensive.

Breastfeeding exclusively for at l...

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