Fashion Line – Coach Factory Outlets 2014 http://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 18:13:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2.png Fashion Line – Coach Factory Outlets 2014 http://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/ 32 32 Lutz Huelle Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/lutz-huelle-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 15:14:53 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/lutz-huelle-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ Why are some things trendy and others not? What is the It factor that makes you want to wear a top, a dress, a jacket again and again? Lutz Huelle reflected on these topics. He’s what you might call a small-batch designer, iterating on his silhouettes and selling them mostly DTC through his website, where […]]]>

Why are some things trendy and others not? What is the It factor that makes you want to wear a top, a dress, a jacket again and again? Lutz Huelle reflected on these topics. He’s what you might call a small-batch designer, iterating on his silhouettes and selling them mostly DTC through his website, where instant feedback helps inform what he does next.

When he has a hit, he knows it, because determined shoppers will email or DM to find out more. And vice versa, it also sees skipped parts. For the spring, he decided to try to dig the opposite situation. “There are things that I like, but that I could have done better or that I didn’t sell well,” he explained.

An off-the-shoulder, beanbag-sleeved taffeta top was one of those things. The original, he says, didn’t have enough poof, so he added more volume at the top of the sleeves and also cut it into a coat and cropped jacket. Poufs reappear throughout the collection, including on the sleeves of a black jersey cropped top, a piece he might once have sworn to, but for the aforementioned attention he paid to what the people seem to wear it again and again. Huelle, to be clear, is not a trendy designer. Its aesthetic is too elaborate for that.

There were also new releases from big sellers. A sleeveless jacket with gold sequined lapels sold out last season, so he remade it with black sequins for a more subtle look. That, in turn, inspired a men’s suit fabric waistcoat, which he spliced ​​at the midriff with a worn-in denim jacket, as well as a longer version that can double as a minidress with sequined biker shorts. below. Sequins were another straight line in the collection, also appearing as a horizontal stripe on his recycled denim jackets and as tuxedo stripes on the outside of his jeans, which he pieced together from two used pairs. “The stripes curve at the hips giving you a really nice shape,” he said.

Watching Huelle work her way through the rack, learning how one piece begets another, is a lesson in how to put simple pieces together to create a look that feels new. If he were to put videos of this process on his DTC website and Instagram, he would sell even more.

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Topshop is back, but that’s not all Jamie Jeans & Kate Moss Collabs https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/topshop-is-back-but-thats-not-all-jamie-jeans-kate-moss-collabs/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 06:08:59 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/topshop-is-back-but-thats-not-all-jamie-jeans-kate-moss-collabs/ Topshop is relaunching today. Great news, right? But you’d be forgiven for letting it slip under the radar as part of Asos’ digital shopping proposition. Now included among the online high street giant’s more than 100 brands, Topshop and Topman at least have their own “storefront” or landing page to set them apart in the […]]]>

Topshop is relaunching today. Great news, right? But you’d be forgiven for letting it slip under the radar as part of Asos’ digital shopping proposition. Now included among the online high street giant’s more than 100 brands, Topshop and Topman at least have their own “storefront” or landing page to set them apart in the vast maze of offers and products. Banking on our nostalgia for the Toppers of yore and our deep affection for Jamie jeans, the new-look brand beckons us with a mix of old brands and on-trend designs, as it attempts to redefine its position of authority. of fashion.

So you’ve navigated your way there. How does this virtual Topshop compare to browsing its Oxford Street flagship (a shopping mecca that has become the equivalent of a department store for teens and 20-somethings happy to waste hours in the maze of Boutique sections, Freedom and Tall/Petite, before scoring an Eat wand and maybe a piercing on the way out)? It’s a tough comparison.

Commercial and visual design director Vanessa Spence, who has worked at Asos since the ‘As Seen On Screen’ days and was the third person to join its design team, is overseeing the rejuvenation of one of Grande’s most beloved Britain – and ultimately unhappy – mass retail exports. It’s a gigantic job for someone with an eye on Asos’ entire product offering. No matter. Spence sees this as a bonus. “The beauty of having one person overseeing all the brands is that you can have very clear pathways: real definition and an idea of ​​what you want each of them to achieve,” he explains. -she.

So what is Topshop today? There’s a lot of talk about respecting heritage – the new logo recalls the shocking orange signage that set the store apart on any high street – while using Asos’ expertise in the digital shopping space to set the brand up to date for now. The words ‘fresh’, ‘evolutionary’, ‘innovative’ and ‘relevant’ match on our call, with Spence expressing the team’s excitement over the acquisition, rather than any immediate pressure to ensure this return. be a success.

The merger of former Topshop designers and the Asos team helped ensure that the DNA – along with the quality, fit and attention to detail – remained, according to Spence, who admits that ‘she too felt the thrill of riding down the Oxford Street escalators as a teenager. So much so that the escalators will appear in some images as a warning nod to those who used to yearn for the new campaign photos, featuring Jourdan Dunn, Sam Rollinson and Cara Delevingne, on the way down.

Strangely, then, there are no blockbuster visuals featuring London It-girls heralding Topshop’s return. No promise of future shows, which saw Kate and Lila Moss front row. Neither the prospect of collaborations (who’s still wearing their JW Anderson bomber?), nor even in-house creative stars (vogue‘s Kate Phelan was responsible for much of her authentic peak). “It’s a new chapter, a new journey to bring love and passion back to Topshop and Topman,” says Spence. Soft launch seems to be the key word.

Instead, Asos listened to its audience. Topshop will include a plus-size “curve” line for the first time and double down on its lofty sustainability initiatives (as a company, Asos aims to be “net zero by 2030”). Its regular product drops will be populated with bread-and-butter items, like denim (Jamie and Joni styles are making a comeback), dresses and tailoring, while apparel fits will differ from those of its now parent brand. . For example, “the It-vest of the season will be longer at Topshop and shorter at Asos,” says Spence, who wears one of said vests.

Whether that will be enough to differentiate the two high street powerhouses remains to be seen – if, indeed, you stumble upon Topshop 2.0 in its new home. The kids of the 2000s are rooting for this forgotten fashion leader, but the space is packed and we’ve already seen Topshop lose touch once.

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Balmain Beauty – Everything you need to know about Balmain’s new beauty line https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/balmain-beauty-everything-you-need-to-know-about-balmains-new-beauty-line/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 10:05:47 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/balmain-beauty-everything-you-need-to-know-about-balmains-new-beauty-line/ Gregory Scaffidi + Imaxtree Since taking over Balmain in 2011 as creative director, designer Olivier Rousteing has revolutionized the French fashion house into a fashionable brand loved by the Kardashians/Jenners (they’re part of the #BALMAINARMY ensemble) , magazine editors and street style stars, while garnering millions of subscribers online. Rousteing’s fearless approach to Instagram and […]]]>

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Since taking over Balmain in 2011 as creative director, designer Olivier Rousteing has revolutionized the French fashion house into a fashionable brand loved by the Kardashians/Jenners (they’re part of the #BALMAINARMY ensemble) , magazine editors and street style stars, while garnering millions of subscribers online.

Rousteing’s fearless approach to Instagram and social media at a time when iconic French fashion houses are still hesitant to use online platforms has led to Balmain’s stratospheric rise and solidified its relevance. in tune with today’s times.

Now that Balmain is one of fashion’s most established brands, it makes perfect sense for Rousteing to branch out into the world of beauty.

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In a touching video posted to the brand’s Instagram account, Rousteing opened up about her own severe burns suffered in 2020 that made her “redefine the world of beauty.” Inclusiveness and diversity are at the heart of Balmain Beauty. ‘What I like about this new adventure is that I want to represent all the beauties of the world. No exceptions,” Rousteing says in the video.

Balmain Beauty joins the Estée Lauder family. “For more than a decade, my Balmain team and I have been pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in fashion,” Rousteing shared in a statement on Instagram.

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“We were determined to reflect the way today’s diverse generation wants to live and dress. So obviously there was no way we would grow in beauty without making sure we had found the partner who understood and shared our vision.From the start, the Estée Lauder Companies team made it clear that they supported Balmain’s distinctive vision, as well as our goal to disrupt the global luxury beauty paradigm. — and knowing that Estée Lauder is the paragon of excellence — well, I can’t wait to start working with them.

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Given Balmain’s track record of showcasing rosy complexions, scarlet lips and pops of sparkle on the runway, we’re expecting a lot from the latest fashion house to launch a beauty line. On our wish list? Skin perfecting products for all skin tones under the sun, dreamy textures and impactful colors for days.

Speaking about Balmain’s foray into beauty, Guillaume Jesel, President of Estée Lauder, Global Brands, Tom Ford Beauty, Balmain Beauty and Luxury Business Development, said:

“Balmain and Olivier Rousteing are visionary forces in global fashion. We look forward to working with them to expand the Balmain universe and forge a new luxury beauty space that clearly reflects the strong, inclusive and fearless spirit of the brand.

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The collection is set to launch in Fall 2024, so watch this space for more news as it arrives.

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9 Puma Sneaker Collabs You Need to Know and Buy, From Fenty to Dua Lipa https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/9-puma-sneaker-collabs-you-need-to-know-and-buy-from-fenty-to-dua-lipa/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 13:13:40 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/9-puma-sneaker-collabs-you-need-to-know-and-buy-from-fenty-to-dua-lipa/ Discover and shop the latest Puma sneaker collaborations. In August, Puma and vogue launched its very first collaborative collection – which included clothing, accessories and sneakers – is inspired by the characteristics of Puma. There are new takes on Puma’s fan-favorite Leadcat and Force sneaker style, and throughout the collection you’ll find pieces emblazoned with […]]]>

Discover and shop the latest Puma sneaker collaborations.

In August, Puma and vogue launched its very first collaborative collection – which included clothing, accessories and sneakers – is inspired by the characteristics of Puma. There are new takes on Puma’s fan-favorite Leadcat and Force sneaker style, and throughout the collection you’ll find pieces emblazoned with Puma and/or vogue.

Puma x Vogue Fierce Trainers

Puma x Vogue Cap

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Puma x Vogue Woven Jacket

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Puma and Dua Lipa have already released two drops of their line together, which includes platform sneakers inspired by 90s streetwear and a pair of perfect combat boots. In the collaborative collection, Puma’s classic Mayze silhouette is reimagined in black suede and leather.

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Puma x Dua Lipa Mayze Flutur Trainers

Puma x Dua Lipa Mayze Boots

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PUMA x Dua Lipa Mayze Suede Trainers

Women’s Puma x Dua Lipa Mayze suede trainers

Fenty

Fenty and Puma first collaborated in 2014, releasing their first iteration of the now successful Fenty creeper. The style won Shoe of the Year in 2016 and has been reinvented in countless colorways since. Rihanna’s role as creative director at Puma has expanded to include haircare, skincare and apparel, but the creeper remains the most sought-after style in the Fenty collection.

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Puma x Fenty by Rihanna Creeper sneakers

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Puma x Fenty by Rihanna Creeper sneakers

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Puma x Fenty by Rihanna Creeper suede sneakers

Puma x Fenty by Rihanna Cleated Creeper Sneakers

Liu Wen

In 2020, supermodel Liu Wen collaborated with Puma to release a capsule collection of clothing and footwear. The line included the Liu Wen x Wmns RS-2K and Thunder sneakers in neutral White Drizzle and Thunder palettes.

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Puma Liu Wen x Thunder sneakers

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Puma Liu Wen x RS-2K sneakers

Friend Alexandre Mattiussi

Alexandre Mattiussi, the creator of the Parisian brand Ami, has teamed up with Puma to create a collection of high-end sportswear. The line includes some of Puma’s most classic shoe silhouettes in different colors. The Mayu, a rounded platform sneaker, has been reinvented in a deconstructed, floral and classic black and white version.

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Puma Mayu Ami Deconstructed Sneakers

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Freedom

As part of an ongoing partnership, Liberty and Puma have released three episodes of their collaborations, which have included Liberty’s timeless floral prints. The latest release nods to Puma’s footballing heritage and Liberty’s fashion and art history in a collection that celebrates women’s involvement in sport.

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Puma Mayze x Liberty Trainers

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Puma Wild Rider 2 Liberty Trainers

KidSuper

The Brooklyn-based artist collaboration launched by Colm Dillane, KidSuper has teamed up with Puma to create a playful and imaginative collection of apparel and footwear. Dillane, a former professional soccer player, is also a multi-faceted artist with an affinity for vibrant prints and clever design. Her collection with the brand reflects exactly that.

Puma x KidSuper Style Rider Trainers

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Puma x KidSuper Mirage Mox Trainers

butter goods

A streetwear brand known for designs that cater to a lifestyle grounded in music, art, skateboarding and other countercultures, Butter Goods recently launched a second season of its partnership with Puma. Comprising two classic lifestyle shoes, the Slipstream and the Basket, the line offers retro styles with a modern twist.

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Puma x Butter Goods Basket VTG Sneakers

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Puma x Butter Goods Sneakers

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In a collaboration titled “A Hopeful Future”, social merchandising company The Hundreds and Puma have teamed up to create a thoughtful collection designed to inspire through vibrant colors and constructed entirely from sustainable materials including recycled polyester and cotton. chrome-free suede.

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Puma x The Hundreds x RS-2K Trainers

The Speedcat

After making its foray into fashion with its 1998 partnership with Jil Sander, Puma released its own lifestyle shoe: the Speedcat. The classic suede style celebrates the brand’s involvement in racing and motorsport and remains a top seller from the brand’s classic collection.

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Puma Speedcat OG Sparco Shoes

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Famous women’s fashion brand Witchery targeted in online scam https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/famous-womens-fashion-brand-witchery-targeted-in-online-scam/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 02:59:24 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/famous-womens-fashion-brand-witchery-targeted-in-online-scam/ Popular Australian Women’s fashion label is the last target of a scam circulating on social media to scam customers out of hundreds of dollars. Witchcraft has been targeted by “sophisticated scammers” who post fake links on the brand’s Facebook and Instagram ad-selling and licensing sites. The links advertise sales claiming to be witchcraft, such as […]]]>
Popular Australian Women’s fashion label is the last target of a scam circulating on social media to scam customers out of hundreds of dollars.
Witchcraft has been targeted by “sophisticated scammers” who post fake links on the brand’s Facebook and Instagram ad-selling and licensing sites.

The links advertise sales claiming to be witchcraft, such as “80% off witchcraft flagship store closing clearance,” but the retailer informed customers that these were fraudulent websites.

The scam circulates on Facebook and Instagram posing as Witchery. (Provided)

“Increasingly sophisticated scammers continue to design convincing retailer websites to trick consumers into thinking they are buying goods online from legitimate businesses,” chief executive Simon Schofield said in a statement. .

“Witchery has no affiliation with these websites and is working closely with Instagram and Facebook to have these websites removed as a matter of urgency.”

Schofield added that all customers who made purchases through the fraudulent websites should contact their bank for assistance in recovering the money.

“We apologize for this experience,” he said.

Witchery also urged customers to report fraudulent websites to the social media site.

“The official Witchery domains are witchery.com.au, witchery.co.nz and witchery.com. Any other domains claiming to be Witchery are fraudulent and should be reported to your social media provider,” Schofield said.

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The brand urged customers to contact their bank if they clicked on the link. (Google Maps)

A spokesperson for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said it had received 43 reports of fake Witchery sites in the past month.

Clients lost a total of $7605.

“Most victims paid by credit card and faced the added inconvenience of canceling their credit card,” the spokesperson said.

Advertisements for these sites have been reported on social media sites, in the form of pop-up ads on mobile games, ads while browsing the internet and via email.

“We urge individuals to beware of websites selling products at prices that seem too good to be true.”

The ACCC urged victims of the scam to contact their bank immediately.

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A new era of cutting-edge innovation: B’LINK launches a new line of QR code jewelry https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/a-new-era-of-cutting-edge-innovation-blink-launches-a-new-line-of-qr-code-jewelry/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 04:14:49 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/a-new-era-of-cutting-edge-innovation-blink-launches-a-new-line-of-qr-code-jewelry/ Trendy technology designed to allow users to promote any link, social media profile or business page as an accessory In the midst of the digital renaissance, it’s no secret that advanced innovations are king. As the industry evolves, consumers are anxious and eager to learn more about the new world available at their fingertips. By […]]]>

Trendy technology designed to allow users to promote any link, social media profile or business page as an accessory

In the midst of the digital renaissance, it’s no secret that advanced innovations are king. As the industry evolves, consumers are anxious and eager to learn more about the new world available at their fingertips. By now everyone is familiar with the concept of QR codes – commonly used by businesses in the form of menus, window decals and advertisements. However, what about the influencer or small business owner? How can they harness the power of QR technology? Introducing B’LINK, the innovative jewelry company harnessing the power of cutting-edge technology to redefine modern fashion and business.

Unlike anything else on the market, B’LINK allows users to advertise their website around their neck or on their hands with stunning gold, rose gold and silver jewelry. Hugely popular with young people for its seamless ability to view any social media profile at a glance, B’LINK is pioneering a new era of networking by merging the worlds of technology and fashion. .

The unique QR codes are masterfully printed on the various metal jewels, while maintaining an elegant and subtle style that B’LINK customers have come to know and love. Each high quality piece of jewelry is totally personal and easily customizable to any tie of the wearer’s taste. The days of the standard business card are over as society dives headfirst into a new form of interpersonal communication, networking, and professional and social encounters.

Perfect for small businesses, students, influencers, marketers, salespeople, freelancers, real estate agents, personal trainers, social butterflies, and virtually everyone in between, B’LINK aims to help people from all backgrounds and walks of life to develop their personal and professional lives. professional networks, through fashion and technology. In this highly polarized societal climate, B’LINK is proud to help unite people, build new relationships and spark new conversations to create lasting change.

“Connecting people and helping them build stronger bonds is a core value at B’LINK. Because we know that individuals are multiple and have a lot of exciting information to share, we decided to develop a way to present their exciting personalities and their achievements: B’LINK jewelry!

Through proof of concept, dedication to innovation and an unwavering commitment to bridging the gap between technology, fashion and human connections, B’LINK’s purpose-driven vision has come to fruition.

To find out more about B’LINK, go to: https://shop-b.link/

About B’LINK

B’LINK is an innovative jewelry company that harnesses the power of cutting-edge technology to redefine modern fashion. Founded in 2022 by Charles Champagne, B’LINK creates high-quality jewelry that features a unique QR code that redirects to a personal, fully customizable homepage. Offering unisex rings and necklaces in gold, rose gold and silver, B’Link allows users to share their social media pages or professional information in the blink of an eye.

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Bears vs Packers odds, line, spread: Sunday Night Football picks, NFL model predictions on the roll 138-98 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/bears-vs-packers-odds-line-spread-sunday-night-football-picks-nfl-model-predictions-on-the-roll-138-98/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 13:51:22 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/bears-vs-packers-odds-line-spread-sunday-night-football-picks-nfl-model-predictions-on-the-roll-138-98/ The defending NFC North Division champion Green Bay Packers will try to put a disappointing opening week loss behind them when they open their Sunday Night Football home schedule against the Chicago Bears. The Packers (0-1) could muster little offense in a 23-7 Week 1 loss at Minnesota. The Bears (1-0), meanwhile, outlasted the San […]]]>

The defending NFC North Division champion Green Bay Packers will try to put a disappointing opening week loss behind them when they open their Sunday Night Football home schedule against the Chicago Bears. The Packers (0-1) could muster little offense in a 23-7 Week 1 loss at Minnesota. The Bears (1-0), meanwhile, outlasted the San Francisco 49ers 19-10 in a monsoon at Soldier Field. Green Bay has won the last six meetings against Chicago and leads the all-time series, 102-94-6.

Kickoff from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET. Green Bay is a 10-point favorite in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Bears vs. Packers odds, while the over-under for total runs scored is 41.5. Before making any Packers vs. Bears picks, be sure to check out the NFL predictions and SportsLine projection model betting tips.

The model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has grown more than $7,500 for players to $100 on top NFL picks since its inception. The model enters Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season on an incredible 139-98 run on NFL’s top picks that dates back to the 2017 season.

The model has also ranked in the top 10 on NFLPickWatch four of the last six years on NFL direct picks and has beaten more than 94% of CBS Sports Football Pick’em players four times during that time. Anyone who followed him is upstairs.

Now the model has set its sights on Bears vs Packers and has just locked in its SNF picks and predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the choices. Here are the NFL odds and betting lines for Bears vs Packers:

  • Bears vs. Packers spread: Packers -10
  • Bears vs. Packers over-under: 41.5 points
  • Bears vs. Packers money line: Bears +360, Packers -480
  • CHI: Over bets are 4-0 in Bears’ last four games as road underdogs
  • GB: Packers are 7-1 ATS in their last eight games after scoring less than 15 points in their previous game
  • Bears vs. Packers pick: See the picks here

Featured Game | Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

Why the Packers can cover

Green Bay is led by future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who completed 22 of 34 passes (64.7%) for 195 yards and one interception last week at Minnesota. Like this year, Rodgers started the 2021 season slowly, but finished as the league’s MVP. In 16 games played a year ago, Rodgers completed 366 of 531 attempts (68.9%) for 4,115 yards and 37 touchdowns against four interceptions for a rating of 111.9. He threw for over 4,000 yards in each of his last four seasons.

The running back tandem of Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon is also leading the attack. Although the two combined for just 15 carries against the Vikings, they had nearly 100 rushing yards and a score. Jones carried five times for 49 yards (9.8 average), including an explosive 29-yard play. Dillon carried 10 times for 45 yards and a touchdown and also led the team with five receptions for 46 yards and two first conversions.

Why Bears Can Hedge

Despite that, the Packers aren’t a lock to cover the Bears vs. Packers spread. That’s because Chicago is led by quarterback Justin Fields. Last week against the 49ers, Fields had two touchdowns against an interception for an 85.7 rating and added 28 rushing yards. He’s aiming for his 10th straight start with 20 or more rushing yards. In his last game against Green Bay, Fields had two touchdown passes and rushed for 74 yards.

Running back David Montgomery was also a big reason for Chicago’s win over San Francisco in the season opener. Montgomery had 50 scrimmage yards, including 26 receiving yards, in Week 1. In five career games against the Packers, he has 450 scrimmage yards. Montgomery also had over 50 yards from scrimmage in his seven road games last year.

How to make Bears vs. Packers picks

SportsLine’s model looks at total points. In fact, Chicago quarterback Justin Fields is said to have over 215 total yards from scrimmage, while Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers will throw for over 250 yards and two touchdowns. It also indicates that one side of the spread has all the value. You can only get the model’s SNF picks on SportsLine.

So who wins the Packers vs Bears on Sunday Night Football? And which side of the spread has all the value? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Packers vs. Bears spread to jump to, all from the forward model that has risen nearly $7,500 on its NFL picks since 2017, and find out.

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Imitation of Christ Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/imitation-of-christ-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 19:39:23 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/imitation-of-christ-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ In reaction to this debacle, the creator, who is also a director and visual artist, shot a terrifying film about “the ever-present war on women’s bodily autonomy” at The Hole in Los Angeles, featuring “pregnant” models. (they wore prosthetics) and movie prop guns. Called Last Looks, the actors wear the repurposed garments that are part […]]]>

In reaction to this debacle, the creator, who is also a director and visual artist, shot a terrifying film about “the ever-present war on women’s bodily autonomy” at The Hole in Los Angeles, featuring “pregnant” models. (they wore prosthetics) and movie prop guns. Called Last Looks, the actors wear the repurposed garments that are part of IOC’s Spring 2023 collection, in which the most notable pieces featured in the images you see here – stills from this video, which was created early september.

Subkoff had no plans to show at New York Fashion Week until she was invited to collaborate with New York Communities for Change with whom she organized an “Oil is Death” “fashion event”. during which activists and dancer friends of Subkoff also wore the reworked pieces. like those in the embroidered recycled cotton programme. There is an alignment between Subkoff’s values ​​and those of the protesters, who, she says, “are trying to evoke and create real change for everyone.” To me,” she continued, “that seems like a much bigger thing to celebrate than ‘Do you like this or do you like that?’ ”, referring to Y2K videos on TikTok. Like many people, Subkoff questioned the role of fashion and concluded that “it feels necessary when combined with cause-based projects and as a platform for awareness.”

Photo: Ken Schles / Courtesy of the IOC

Photo: Ken Schles / Courtesy of the IOC

Photo: Ken Schles / Courtesy of the IOC

Photo: Ken Schles / Courtesy of the IOC

Subkoff is not only interested in big topics like climate change and reproductive rights, but also in creative freedom and self-acceptance. In his view, revival is only surface, not substance. Overhearing our conversation, illustrator Jeffrey Fulvimari (who appeared in a 1996 cK One commercial) shared his thoughts on the ubiquitous 2000s revival. “You can’t have the choker without the context “, did he declare. For Fulvimari, the fashions of the time were “a distillation of punk”. He believes that rather than being decontextualized, the values ​​of the time – not just the aesthetics – should be revisited.

When IOC started in 2000, vintage was not yet standardized, nor did the brand show immaculate historical clothing, but those that showed their wear. The spring 2023 collection, which is less consistent than the others, is “very much in the vein of the original OG Imitation Y2K fashion of 2000, which is situationist theory, punk rock feeling and the idea of ​​putting on a show” , Subkoff said. “Situationist culture was a lot about protesting, but the way you protested was to put on a show so people would pay attention to what you were saying. And that’s really what we’ve been doing all the time. If you want to recycle Y2K fashion,” Subkoff added, “then understand the confidence that comes with it, understand the power that comes with it. We didn’t care what other people said or thought, in fact, it was the complete opposite of that. IOC maintains this rage against the machine.

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Boy Smells’ Matthew Herman on throwing old perfume rules out the window https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/boy-smells-matthew-herman-on-throwing-old-perfume-rules-out-the-window/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 04:05:31 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/boy-smells-matthew-herman-on-throwing-old-perfume-rules-out-the-window/ When co-founders and partners Matthew Herman and David Kien started developing Boy Smells, they weren’t exactly sure they had a brand. In fact, Herman said the process of making candles in their living room in 2016 was a side hustle. Herman and Kien were both working in fashion at the time; Herman was a designer […]]]>

When co-founders and partners Matthew Herman and David Kien started developing Boy Smells, they weren’t exactly sure they had a brand. In fact, Herman said the process of making candles in their living room in 2016 was a side hustle. Herman and Kien were both working in fashion at the time; Herman was a designer at Nasty Gal and Kien worked in production at The Elder Statesman.

“We didn’t have a ton of lofty aspirations for the brand when we first launched it, because we really wanted it to be a little recreational hustle. It was in years two and three that we got really started to get serious. We quit our jobs. We were running the whole business from the living room, then it was the living room and the kitchen, then the living room, the kitchen and the sunroom. All of a sudden there was a inventory in the hallways,” Herman said on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty podcast.

While “genre” Boy Smells launched at Sephora this month, it first launched into retail through independent stores like Boy George in Austin and has now closed Barneys New York, positioning the line as for a fashion-savvy person but sold at a more accessible price. The brand’s perspective on collaborations is equally thoughtful. After Boy Smells’ Slowburn candle catwalk success with singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves, it would have been easy for the team to rinse their mouths out and repeat the mentality with other partnerships. But Herman said whoever Boy Smells works with should represent what Boy Smells is, which led to the brand’s latest work with Grace Jones.

In essence, Hermand said: “[We asked ourselves], ‘If we could choose one person who represents our gender values ​​and who we are as a brand, who would we want to work with?’ And we went after this person, who’s not the person digital people want to know about every decision on…hearing or whatever. [would choose]. We went after the person who we felt truly represented our brand values,” Herman said.

Below are additional highlights from the conversation, which have been lightly edited for clarity.

Democratizing luxury perfume
“I went to school at Central Saint Martins in London. I worked in London for a bit, worked in New York for more high-end catwalk designers, then moved to Los Angeles to working for Nasty Gal, which was my first job in fast fashion. … Nobody ever asked you to skimp on the design or skimp on the concept. It was like the craziest, craziest stuff you could imagine, but made for a mass audience. I fell in love with this idea of ​​being able to not skimp on concept, not skimp on design, but still deliver something that felt elevated but still within one price. … Our main candles, our black and pink candles, are $34. That’s a really competitive price to get in. Most candles from many brands that I like… can cost upwards of $100. For us, being able to bring a modern perfume to a much more accessible price was a real idea nt exciting.

The magic of gender
“We got into all of this with digital agencies that want to scrape conversations and look at their data and their audiences and stuff. While I really appreciate that, I think some things are just meant to work fine. … Kacey Musgraves represents our gender values. Gender wholeness is about expanding the definition of your gender, defying expectations, and exceeding expectations based on the limited perspectives others have of you. … The country music industry is that old boys’ club. Many country music stations don’t even play Kacey Musgraves. I think she was not allowed to be nominated for country music at the Grammy’s this year. So she’s forging her own path, exceeding expectations and redefining what it means to be a woman in country music today and redefining the genre. She was very much in our gender values.

Destination: fine fragrance
“Making fine perfume has always been a goal. Candles were something [we did] not coming from the perfume industry. It was something we felt most comfortable tackling first, but the refined scent is where we knew we always wanted to end. … In those early years, all of our growth was fueled by the candle category. Last year, the brand experienced significant growth in the fine fragrance category which was just launched last year. It’s such an exciting thing to want to do something and then, when you finally do it, it’s more successful, faster than you expected. What’s wonderful about partnering with Sephora is that they’re known as a fine fragrance destination. Our first largest retailer will handle the fine fragrance collection. … We realize that many people are still discovering IRL fine fragrances.

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Emmys 2022 Fashion: See Photos of the Best Looks https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/emmys-2022-fashion-see-photos-of-the-best-looks/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 02:15:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/emmys-2022-fashion-see-photos-of-the-best-looks/ By LEANNE ITALY September 13, 2022 GMT https://apnews.com/article/2022-emmys-fashion-photos-d8624fd7435099009be675646fd426d5 NEW YORK (AP) — Hannah Waddingham wore Dolce & Gabbana with dazzling high-top sneakers on Monday while Elle Fanning went Old Hollywood in a dress designed by Sharon Long from her show, “The Great,” as the glamor returned at the Emmys in the sticky humidity of Los […]]]>

By LEANNE ITALY

September 13, 2022 GMT

NEW YORK (AP) — Hannah Waddingham wore Dolce & Gabbana with dazzling high-top sneakers on Monday while Elle Fanning went Old Hollywood in a dress designed by Sharon Long from her show, “The Great,” as the glamor returned at the Emmys in the sticky humidity of Los Angeles.

Waddingham, of “Ted Lasso,” showed off her comfy white shoes under her corseted pink strapless look. Fanning, her hair in a pinned-up bob, said she wanted to honor the creatives on her show who earned her her first Emmy nod. Fanning’s look was black and pink, embellished across the chest.

“I’ve always been inspired by Old Hollywood glamor of the 1950s,” Fanning said.

Sheryl Lee Ralph of “Abbott Elementary” had a fashion faux pas before arriving at the Emmys.

“A designer gave my co-star and me the same sketch for the same dress,” she said, having discovered it on set when Lisa Ann Walter showed Ralph what she was wearing for the rewards.

“Until five days ago I didn’t have a dress, so Brandon Blackwood stepped in. He was in Japan and started returning the dress on his Pacific flight,” Ralph said.

Ralph looked stunning in a strapless black velvet dress with an orange underside and a slit up her thigh. She was carrying a small orange handbag.

The stars have given everything.

Zendaya, in collaboration with her stylist Law Roach, wore a classic black strapless corset with a full skirt and a delicate bow at the waist. It was Valentino, and she was dripping in Bulgari jewelry, including a fresh, youthful white diamond choker with a 4.45-carat center stone in the center. She too had pockets.

Connie Britton was in a goddess dress by Monique Lhuillier in a soft pink, a cape effect in the back. Britt Lower of “Severance” donned a gold Venetian beaded dress with matching elbow-length gloves. There were cutouts at the top and thin embellished straps.

“I felt like I wanted to wear outer space. I appreciate fabrics, my mom was a home economics teacher. I feel good in it,” Lower told The Associated Press.

People’s style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal said the pink took the night away, although plenty of other colors brightened up the rug.

“Pink seems to continue to dominate as the red carpet color of choice. There are just a lot of stars who gravitate towards different shades of pink,” she said.

Not Rachel Brosnahan. She stood out in a plunging Pamella Roland column dress in a gorgeous purple. It was adorned with floral tulle and beaded bow appliques from the designer’s Fall 2022 collection.

Laverne Cox and Himesh Patel helped kick off the fashion show, she in a bold black mini suit by Jean Paul Gaultier Couture and he in a white print tuxedo jacket, eschewing the usual evening black. Royal blue on Sarah Thompson (a writer of “yellow vests”), marigold yellow and more – the color took on the night.

“I’m very hot, I’m in a three-piece suit. I love this costume, but I didn’t expect the heat,” Patel said.

Natasha Rothwell of “The White Lotus” chose red for a dress with short balloon sleeves and a hot item on the fashion carpet – pockets! It was Safiyaa’s custom silk taffeta. Megan Stalter also went red in a sheer dress that celebrated her curves. Jen Tullock of “Severance” was in the red zone, a thigh-split and structured sleeve number by Thierry Mugler, worn with pearl earrings.

“I’m such a fan of his line. It’s elegant but still has a sense of humor,” Tullock said.

Stalter, of “Hacks”, was in burnt velvet by Norma Kamali. She had a fake red rose wedged between her breasts.

“It took my breath away and my words. It’s a kind of sexy dress. It’s wild like me,” she said.

Jung Ho-yeon, the it girl and Louis Vuitton ambassador of “Squid Game”, wore the brand’s multicolored skintight look. It was customized in a tweed design with sequins all around. Her jewelry was also Vuitton.

“I still can’t believe it. I haven’t figured it out yet, but I’m just going to enjoy the day and cherish the moment,” she said of her nomination.

Reese Witherspoon opted for blue bling and dignified blue sequin sunglasses. Around her neck was an aquamarine, blue zircon and diamond choker from Tiffany & Co. Amanda Seyfried wore a body hugger in pink from Armani Prive, paired with Cartier diamond earrings in platinum.

“I’m a mermaid tonight,” said Seyfried.

Another refreshing surprise for Lavinthal? The men who shunned black for all-white tuxedos, including Nicholas Braun of “Succession” in a double-breasted tuxedo by Christian Dior. Andrew Garfield also opted for white, along with Seth Rogan. Speaking of white, Jean Smart also chose it, with an elegant collar falling on one shoulder. Ellie Saab designed Kerry Washington’s draped short dress with a long overskirt and a riot of organza lilies on one shoulder.

Washington’s black tights had some head-scratching. Just like Kaley Cuoco’s high-low Dolce & Gabbana tutu style and Julia Garner’s Gucci navel cutout on her dark brown velvet look with silver crystals.

“I thought we’d seen all kinds of cutouts on the red carpet, but a navel cutout was something new,” Lavinthal said.

Among Lavinthal’s highlights is Lily James in brassy Versace.

“It was really 2022, but it could have come straight out of a 90s runway with the chain mail and sculpted beanies,” she said.

Smart’s dress was made by Christian Siriano, as was Laura Linney’s white look.

Robin Thede also wore Siriano (he laid eight dresses on the carpet) in a stunning pastel blue, while Jerrod Carmichael looked hairy in a long white fox fur coat. Carmichael laughed at the heat and humidity.

“It was Puff Daddy’s coat. He wore it in a video,” the comedian said.

Carmichael was shirtless under the fur and wore a sunburst platinum collar. Her black satin pants were accented by the top of her white underwear that stuck out. He was sockless in his black moccasins.

Another Siriano fan? Melanie Lynskey from “Yellowjackets”. Hers was a mint green with a sheer overlay that made her feel “half princess and half bad (expletive)”. About the creator, she said: “He is the nicest man in the world and I love him. I feel like he did something that was for me, for my body.

Rachel Tashjian, director of fashion information for Harper’s Bazaar, saw a different trend.

“This year’s most notable red carpet looks marked a turning point in celebrity style alluded to by the recent Venice Film Festival: The craziest, loudest outfit is no longer the best. Instead from that, the stars gravitate toward true elegance, even classicism,” she said.

She pointed to Zendaya, who often takes risks.

“Here she was in a very traditional strapless Valentino dress and gorgeous late 1950s styled hair,” Tashjian said.

Similarly, Fanning wore a “very classic 1950s couture dress with an old-fashioned hairstyle.” she says.

Another of her highlights was Issa Rae in a fitted and flattering Sergio Hudson look that was on her runway on Sunday. But her absolute favorite was Lizzo in her “stunning red Giambattista Valli gown – a refined, glamorous statement that dazzles”.

Among other stars, Ariana DeBose in Atelier Prabal Gurung. It was a hand-draped lilac chiffon with a cape.

Jodi Kahn, vice president of luxury fashion for Neiman Marcus, said pink — in its many shades — is something her shoppers are equally drawn to and can easily wear.

“Pink is a universally flattering color that women can feel very beautiful, confident and happy in. It’s something we’ve noticed specifically with our female clients,” she said. “It’s great for any skin color, any body type.”

Metals, too, like James’s and the Dolce & Gabbana custom rouge worn by Quinta Brunson, are another draw for Kahn clients.

“Specifically textured metals,” she said. “They’re something you can very easily implement from the red carpet into your everyday life to an occasion or evening wear.”

Colman Domingo of “Euphoria” was already a winner as he walked the mat. He won an Emmy for Guest Actor in a Drama Series at previous Creative Arts Awards.

“I celebrated all week to the point where I had to wake up and take some ibuprofen,” he said.

Domingo wore an open gold brocade jacket and matching pants.

“I want to feel like a king,” he said.

Domingo carried a battery-powered fan studded with platinum in an attempt to ward off the oppressive humidity, unusual for Los Angeles.

Stylist Holly Katz, host of the Fashion Crimes podcast, named Washington — black stockings and all — her best dressed.

“She killed him,” Katz said.

Katz called Waddingham’s sneakers “the night’s best-kept fashion secret!”

Mark Indelicato was in the red club, sort of. Indelicato’s hair was bright red and his black tuxedo sported long tails split like a train. And more men? Phil Dunster of “Ted Lasso” opted for a burgundy tuxedo with black lapels, although his Lasso co-star Brett Goldstein stuck with black.

Emily Heller, meanwhile, went in another direction. She had a “Kick Me” sign on the back of her short floral dress and a piece of toilet paper stuck to a shoe.

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Associated Press writer Beth Harris in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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For more on this year’s Emmy Awards, visit: www.apnews.com/EmmyAwards

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