Fashion Line – Coach Factory Outlets 2014 http://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/ Sun, 15 May 2022 17:59:43 +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 How Ukrainian clothing company Katimo reopened during the war https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/how-ukrainian-clothing-company-katimo-reopened-during-the-war/ Sun, 15 May 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/how-ukrainian-clothing-company-katimo-reopened-during-the-war/ After briefly closing due to the Russian invasion, Ukrainian clothing company Katimo reopened in March … [+] 1 with a new pro-Ukrainian line. Katimo Katimo is an all-Ukrainian clothing company based in Kyiv, with facilities operating in the cities of Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Poltava and Zhytomyr. After the Russian invasion on February 24, 2022, production facilities […]]]>

Katimo is an all-Ukrainian clothing company based in Kyiv, with facilities operating in the cities of Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Poltava and Zhytomyr. After the Russian invasion on February 24, 2022, production facilities in the occupied territories had to be temporarily closed. However, once Kyiv and Chernihiv regions were liberated and some operations moved to safer areas in western Ukraine, Katimo reopened. Production of the brand’s new pro-Ukrainian line began on March 1.

“Fashion is the voice of the times. This collection is my way of telling the world about Ukraine and showing how strong and free our country is,” said co-founder Katya Tymoshenko. “Trouble knocked on our door, but we found strength in weakness, our fear became courage and our despair became unity. Our mission is both important and vital. We want the women who wear Katimo to keep love and hope alive in their hearts. We want to give them a sense of faith in a bright future. That’s why today at Katimo, no matter what, we keep doing what we do the best: to create beautiful clothes.

Once the mostly female team of seamstresses, designers, showroom managers and operations staff were safe, Katimo co-founders and husband-wife team Katya Timoshenko and Vitaliy Panov took over. decision to restart operations. Their main priority has been to support the company in order to pay staff salaries and support the Ukrainian economy. Since March 1, 2022, Katimo has donated 100% of website sales from past collections and 20% of all revenue to charitable funds that support the Ukrainian Armed Forces and other local causes.

After founding Katimo with her husband in 2015, Timoshenko managed to make the brand a brand loved by many women in Ukraine. All collections are carefully produced in the heart of kyiv by a predominantly female team.

“With the start of the war, life suddenly stopped,” says Timoshenko. “Yet the courage and resilience of the Ukrainian people has given Katimo employees the strength to resume operations and continue working for a happy future for our country. Created in times of war – to the sound of sirens and the threat of missile attack – the new Spring/Summer collection has become a symbol of purity, inviolability of spirit and future victory for our nation. .

An important part of this collection is symbolism. Some accessories are made in the form of snowdrop flowers, representing the victory of good over evil. Some products are adorned with pins adorned with natural stones, as Ukrainians traditionally believe that they bring good luck and protection from evil spirits.

“The most important aspect of our work is the categorical rejection of even the thought of a possible collapse of the independent state of Ukraine,” says Timoshenko. “Russia’s attack on our country is a call to action. We must not break in the face of evil. War has no right to deprive a person of his life, his family, his home and the possibility of being happy. We must continue to live our best lives.

To other entrepreneurs facing war or environmental disaster in their home countries, Timoshenko offers this advice. “We only become stronger by overcoming difficulties and fear. Any crisis should be seen as a springboard to reach even greater heights. From day one of Katimo, we encountered various obstacles along the way. We bypassed some of them, and some faced us head-on. Don’t be afraid to fall.

On how best Americans can support Ukrainians right now, Timoshenko says, “We want the whole world to realize that this war is not just ours – it’s a war of the whole world. Right now, a new story is being written, values ​​are changing, and a new approach to world order is forming. Ukraine remains at the forefront of the battle for a better life for many countries. Therefore, we call on everyone to help Ukraine carry out this mission. Talk about it on your social media pages. Organize and participate in rallies in support of Ukraine. Donate money to Ukrainian charity funds. We must all work together to win this war and have a better future. Not just for Ukraine, but for the world.

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Victoria Beckham puts on a leggy display in a little black dress from her own line while ‘on set’ https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/victoria-beckham-puts-on-a-leggy-display-in-a-little-black-dress-from-her-own-line-while-on-set/ Fri, 13 May 2022 15:35:24 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/victoria-beckham-puts-on-a-leggy-display-in-a-little-black-dress-from-her-own-line-while-on-set/ Victoria Beckham was the epitome of chic in her latest Instagram post, which she shared on Friday while “on set” for her eponymous fashion brand. The 48-year-old designer showed off a little black dress which she teamed with a pair of matching heels as she stretched out on a gray wall panel. Posing up a […]]]>

Victoria Beckham was the epitome of chic in her latest Instagram post, which she shared on Friday while “on set” for her eponymous fashion brand.

The 48-year-old designer showed off a little black dress which she teamed with a pair of matching heels as she stretched out on a gray wall panel.

Posing up a storm with her hand on her hip, she wore her chocolate tresses in a tousled bun and pulled off a sullen expression.

Looking good: Victoria Beckham put on a leggy display in a little black dress from her own line as she posed up a storm while ‘on set’ for her fashion label, in a Friday Instagram post

A second snap saw the former Spice Girl snap a selfie through a monitor screen, while sharing in her caption that she was wearing a number from her own range.

She wrote: ‘On set putting on my VB Body mini dress for the weekend! x VB.’

Meanwhile, her husband, David, took to his story to mark World Cocktail Day by promoting Haig Club, a brand of whiskey he is associated with.

Sizzling: A second photo saw the former Spice Girl take a selfie through a monitor screen, while sharing in her caption that she was wearing a number from her own range

Sizzling: A second photo saw the former Spice Girl take a selfie through a monitor screen, while sharing in her caption that she was wearing a number from her own range

Out of this world: She wrote: 'On set, putting on my VB Body mini dress for the weekend!  x VB'

Out of this world: She wrote: ‘On set, putting on my VB Body mini dress for the weekend! x VB’

It comes after the former footballer shared a hilarious clip on Instagram on Thursday as he walked his 10-year-old daughter Harper to school.

He teased the youngster, who he shares with wife Victoria, 48, about his busy day ahead as they walked through a wooded field.

Harper, who wore a purple blazer over a striped uniform, complained to the camera about facing a day full of ‘maths, English, history, geography and French’ as ​​David laughed: ‘Are you excited ?”.

Delicious: Meanwhile, her husband David took to her story to mark World Cocktail Day by promoting Haig Club, a whiskey brand he partners with

Delicious: Meanwhile, her husband David took to her story to mark World Cocktail Day by promoting Haig Club, a whiskey brand he partners with

Tasty: He wrote:

Tasty: He wrote: “One of my favorites…a @haigclub Med Orange Old Fashioned”

In the clip, which he shared with his 72.9 million followers, David told the camera, “So me and Harper are having a nice walk to school this morning.”

The soccer legend, who is also the father of sons Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 17, continued: ‘And we talk about his great day ahead.’

Before asking his daughter: ‘Harper what is your beautiful day ahead of you?’.

As she lamented: “Maths, English, history, geography and French”.

‘How excited are you?’ asked a cheeky David as his daughter grimaced for the camera.

After a break with a silent Harper who looked rather displeased, David couldn’t control his laughter and asked again, “How excited are you?” Are you excited?’.

As the schoolgirl halfheartedly gave a thumbs up, the former England captain broke down into a laugh, making a funny face for the camera.

LOL: It comes after the former footballer shared a hilarious clip on Instagram on Thursday as he walked his 10-year-old daughter Harper to school

LOL: It comes after the former footballer shared a hilarious clip on Instagram on Thursday as he walked his 10-year-old daughter Harper to school

Meanwhile, Brooklyn Beckham’s new wife, Nicola Peltz, showcased her beauty in a stunning Instagram snap on Friday.

The 27-year-old actress, who was in London on a work trip with her husband, who is Victoria and David’s first son, wore a black leather jacket and matching trousers.

She peeked down at her belly and looked glamorous after opting for a chic look with her makeup look that left her bright eyes framed in winged eyeliner.

Strike a pose: Brooklyn Beckham's new wife Nicola Peltz, 27, showcased her beauty in a stunning Instagram snap on Friday

Strike a pose: Brooklyn Beckham’s new wife Nicola Peltz, 27, showcased her beauty in a stunning Instagram snap on Friday

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Softball finished the regular season in spectacular fashion https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/softball-finished-the-regular-season-in-spectacular-fashion/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:01:11 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/softball-finished-the-regular-season-in-spectacular-fashion/ Donald Crocker The team cheers as Anna Wohlers crosses home plate after a home run against St. John’s on April 15. In the final series of the regular season, the DePaul softball team defeated Providence 2-1 in the series that was secured with a 10th inning victory in Game 3. With the win, the Blue […]]]>

Donald Crocker

The team cheers as Anna Wohlers crosses home plate after a home run against St. John’s on April 15.

In the final series of the regular season, the DePaul softball team defeated Providence 2-1 in the series that was secured with a 10th inning victory in Game 3. With the win, the Blue Demons end the regular season with a 28-22 overall record and a 16-8 conference record.

The Blue Demons won Game 1 of the series in a 5-1 win over the Friars on Friday. Graduate student Sarah Lehman was the pitcher for the Blue Demons and pitched all seven innings, striking out six batters and allowing just two hits.

Providence came first on the board with a base-laden walk, but it was the only run they scored before the Blue Demons stopped them and had their own offensive flurry.

Designated freshman Baylee Cosgrove threw the hit with a single in the second inning. She followed that up with a single in the fourth inning before rookie third baseman Carly Alvers hit a single and scored two more runs.

“If you have the opportunity to play batting, play defense, all we ask is that you keep playing the way you play and have fun with it,” said head coach Tracie Adix. -Zins about freshmen. after their game on April 27. “I’m really proud of the way they’ve been playing lately.”

Junior right fielder Tori Meyer capped off the game with a double to right field to secure the Game 1 win.

Game two came just after game one in a double header on Friday, and this time it was Providence who took the win as the Blue Demons went down 8-4. With the loss, the Blue Demons secured the No. 4 seed for the Big East Championship this week.

It was DePaul who landed first on the board in Game 2, but the Brothers responded with three runs of their own.

The Blue Demons had back-to-back home runs from second-year center fielder Nicole Sullivan and Cosgrove in the fifth inning to tie the game, but Providence responded with back-to-back home runs of their own.

After that, the offense was all Providence with three straight singles to run away with the game and win by a four-run lead.

It all came down to a decisive third game in the series on Sunday that took ten innings before the Blue Demons took the victory 5-4. Lehman was on the mound again and stayed for all ten innings while striking out seven batters.

“[Lehman] threw a great game and has really been a rock for us all year,” Meyer said. “Every time she enters the circle, you can tell she’s going to knock you out.”

The scoring started with a single by graduate student outfielder Kate Polucha that brought home second baseman Skylor Hilger. Meyer followed with a triple to give the Blue Demons a 3-0 lead in the first inning.

The Brothers responded with a two-run homer in the second inning, then another two-run homer in the fourth to take the lead. However, Meyer had a brace down the middle of the field to score freshman Anna Wohlers to equalize again.

After that, the innings flew away as both teams went scoreless until the tenth inning. In the tenth, it was Wohlers who was the hero for the Blue Demons with a single home run to right field.

Providence did not go down without a fight at the end of the round. They had players on first and second base when a hit went up in the outfield. However, DePaul was able to get the runner out at third base to secure the win.

“We came into this weekend without any pressure because we already have our seed in the tournament,” Meyer said. “Providence was a good team to play because their pitcher helped prepare our hitters for the Big East Tournament.”

With the regular season over, the Blue Demons will turn their attention to the Big East Championship in Rosemont, Illinois next Thursday. DePaul is scheduled to face the No. 1 seed UConn in the first round on Thursday.

“I think we’re ready and playing our best softball right now,” Lehman said. “We can compete with these teams and we have to go into the week with confidence.”

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Go Dancing – Stanford University Athletics https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/go-dancing-stanford-university-athletics/ Sun, 08 May 2022 00:46:45 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/go-dancing-stanford-university-athletics/ TEMPE, Ariz. – Stanford won the Pac-12 tournament on Saturday beating No. 23 ASU 18-12. Cardinal earned an automatic NCAA Tournament berth by winning the conference tournament title. It’s the second time in four occasions since the inception of Pac-12 lacrosse that Stanford has won both the Pac-12 tournament and regular-season […]]]>

TEMPE, Ariz. – Stanford won the Pac-12 tournament on Saturday beating No. 23 ASU 18-12. Cardinal earned an automatic NCAA Tournament berth by winning the conference tournament title.

It’s the second time in four occasions since the inception of Pac-12 lacrosse that Stanford has won both the Pac-12 tournament and regular-season titles. It is also the 14th time in program history that Stanford has won both its conference regular season and conference tournament titles.

The Cardinal stormed through the gates, scoring seven goals in the first half alone while limiting the hosts to just two. Annabel First picked up where she left off after Thursday’s game, scoring a hat trick in the first quarter while Ali Baiocco and Ailish Kelly each scored a pair of goals.

Frist led all scorers on the day, scoring six goals after scoring seven in the previous game against Oregon. His impressive performances during the Pac-12 Tournament earned him a spot on the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team.

However, Baiocco and Kelly weren’t far behind Frist on the scoresheet. They both scored five goals against the Devils to rank second on the team.

Kelly’s dominant tournament run earned him the Pac-12 Tournament MVP award, as well as a spot on the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team alongside Frist.

Baiocco’s five strikes took her total for the season to 61, making her the first Stanford lacrosse player to break the 60-goal mark in a season. She now sits atop the all-time leader board at Stanford with at least one more game to play.

ASU battled to stay in the game in the second quarter, scoring four goals to three for Stanford. Baiocco and Jay Browne each found the back of the net in the second period before the Devils won three straight.

The Cardinal defense held firm, however, while the offense continued to fire on goal. Stanford scored more goals than the Devils in the third and fourth periods.

Kara Rahaim posted 11 saves that day, successfully stifling a powerful ASU attack that eliminated the no. 16 USC Thursday. The Pac-12 Goaltender of the Year also had nine ground ball recoveries and earned a spot on the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team for her performance over the past three days.

Ashley Humphrey drove the Cardinal in points emphatically. The assist maestro delivered a Stanford-high nine assists against the Devils, one more than the record she set earlier this season. She also fired in a goal to bring her total points to 10.

Humphrey’s hard-hitting play and impressive stat line of 14 assists and three goals also earned him a spot on the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team, bringing the total to four Cardinal selections.

Galen Lew continued his successful season involved in the draw by bringing 6 draw checks against ASU. His season total now stands at 66, the sixth most draw checks in a season by a Cardinal lacrosse player.

To support his goal in the second quarter, Jay Browne also threw two assists at Tempe on Saturday. Her 17 assists this season rank her eighth in the conference in total assists.

Stanford will learn its NCAA tournament destination tomorrow night at Sunday’s NCAA lacrosse selection event. ESPNU will reveal the field and roster for the 29-team women’s tournament during the NCAA Women’s and Men’s Lacrosse Selection Show on Sunday, May 8 at 6 p.m. PT.

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Online Clothing and Footwear Market Size and Growth 2022-2029 | Major Players – Amazon.Com, Asos Plc, Zalando, Boohoo Group, Nike https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/online-clothing-and-footwear-market-size-and-growth-2022-2029-major-players-amazon-com-asos-plc-zalando-boohoo-group-nike/ Thu, 05 May 2022 09:46:43 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/online-clothing-and-footwear-market-size-and-growth-2022-2029-major-players-amazon-com-asos-plc-zalando-boohoo-group-nike/ The latest market research report analyzes the Online Clothing and Footwear Market demand by different segments Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028 in its database, which portrays a systematic picture of the market and provides an in-depth explanation of the various factors that are expected to drive the market growth. The Universal […]]]>

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Student groups and local thrift stores unite to drive change in fast fashion – The Cavalier Daily https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/student-groups-and-local-thrift-stores-unite-to-drive-change-in-fast-fashion-the-cavalier-daily/ Sun, 01 May 2022 20:09:21 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/student-groups-and-local-thrift-stores-unite-to-drive-change-in-fast-fashion-the-cavalier-daily/ In the face of the ever-escalating climate crisis, local Charlottesville thrift stores are fighting to continue making an impact while facing the threat from large online retailers that thrived at the start of the pandemic, while college students University act through various clothing drives and build awareness Although shopping online from the comfort and safety […]]]>

In the face of the ever-escalating climate crisis, local Charlottesville thrift stores are fighting to continue making an impact while facing the threat from large online retailers that thrived at the start of the pandemic, while college students University act through various clothing drives and build awareness

Although shopping online from the comfort and safety of one’s home tends to be more accessible and less expensive, local thrift stores and community options have a lower environmental impact that can outweigh the immediate outlay. As the second largest producer of pollution and 10% of total annual carbon emissions, the apparel industry as a whole has an important role to play in the impending climate crisis.

In particular, fast fashion – the rapid production of trendy clothing – is a major contributor to the amount of clothing produced and then discarded each year, exacerbating climate change.

Megan Young, a third-year College student and member of the University’s sustainability outreach team, said fast fashion lends itself to micro-trends and themed clothing, which can be harmful to the environment. environment.

“As fashion brands, their only goal is to make a profit, which means they’re not really interested in the quality of their clothes, but more in the quantity,” Young said. “It produces huge amounts of styles without thinking about the long-term impacts.”

Nina Burke was the manager of Uplift Thrift, a Charlottesville thrift store that closed in March. She believes shopping at second-hand clothing stores like hers is an important way to reduce individual environmental impact.

“We kind of operate in the model of a circular economy where people who have too much stuff donate it to us and then we sell it to people who need it,” Burke said. “We keep it out of the landfill, because we hardly throw anything away. Honestly, the waste generated by fast fashion and retail is staggering. »

A circular economy is one in which clothes are recycled and kept in circulation indefinitely in order to minimize clothing waste and maximize their use.

However, Uplift Thrift encountered many difficulties and struggled to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. The store closed for four months at the start of the pandemic while paying rent.

“It was really difficult, but we held on.” said Burke. “It’s only because our community is super supportive.”

The community aspect is essential to Burke’s business, and it is one of the main reasons for the warm and supportive environment that emanates from Uplift Thrift. One of the major themes of Uplift Thrift is the importance of having a safe space for everyone, especially the LGBTQ+ community. Uplift Thrift creates this safe space by providing clothing for everyone and all genders.

Since reopening, another primary focus for Uplift Thrift has been to keep procedures in place to mitigate the effects of the pandemic. This has been done by ensuring that all customers use masks, although this can sometimes be difficult to enforce.

“It’s really important to us to protect the most vulnerable people in our community,” Burke said. “Everyone who enters here is just as important as the others.”

However, as online shopping and fast fashion trends flourished during the pandemic, Uplift Thrift struggled to stay afloat despite its best efforts. Although the doors to Uplift Thrift last closed on March 25, Burke intends to continue making a difference in the community through pop-ups and community events.

Burke said University students should continue to shop secondhand at the variety of local thrift stores in the Charlottesville community.

“One of the things I loved about our resale community in Charlottesville is that we all work together rather than compete with each other,” Burke said. “We work together to attract customers and support each other.”

Another way students have reduced their carbon footprint through sustainable clothing purchases and use is through clothing swapping and driving, as well as targeted shopping.

Global Problems, Local Solutions seeks to bring about meaningful change at the local level by hosting a University-wide clothing drive in April. Third-year college student Allison McCue, co-chair of the club, is one of the leaders of the upcoming clothing drive, which she says will greatly benefit the sustainability efforts of the college community.

“We’re going to do a pop off — basically like a thrift store, but with the donations we got for people here at U.Va. might try like swapping their old clothes with new clothes their peers swapped,” McCue said. “It at least reduces purchases by a few parts, and then it also connects students within the community.”

In light of the climate crisis, Young emphasized the importance of conscious consumption to reduce one’s environmental impact.

“I think progress from perfection is my biggest thing,” Young said. “Just having an impact and making positive choices in the areas that are achievable for your lifestyle and for your life stage right now is what’s really important.”

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Shaurya Sanadhya Tulshyan left home at 16 to build a dream life https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/shaurya-sanadhya-tulshyan-left-home-at-16-to-build-a-dream-life/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 05:05:23 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/shaurya-sanadhya-tulshyan-left-home-at-16-to-build-a-dream-life/ Shaurya Sanadhya Tulshyan, in a conversation with SheThePeople, talks about the risks she took in her career to find her calling and build a life she is proud to live. I left home at 16 and left my hometown Lucknow to go to Pune for studies. College life came with many lessons and dreams. One […]]]>
Shaurya Sanadhya Tulshyan, in a conversation with SheThePeople, talks about the risks she took in her career to find her calling and build a life she is proud to live.

I left home at 16 and left my hometown Lucknow to go to Pune for studies. College life came with many lessons and dreams. One was to build my own life – a life my parents would be proud of. Growing up I was always interested in modeling and wanted to be an actor full time. So I started modeling and also ended up acting in a daily soap opera. I didn’t earn much at the time, but I earned enough to cover my education costs. I quickly found my calling in fashion and decided to accept a position as a fashion assistant. My salary was only 8,000 per month and I knew that was not enough for the dreams I had for myself.

My father, an Air Force officer, asked me to serve on AFCAT, but the Air Force or Defense Force was never my calling. I was never in it but to keep my dad’s words, I went through the tests and the selection process and got a place. My father was delighted, but to his surprise, I did not continue because it was not my vocation. My parents were concerned about my career and suggested I pursue a master’s degree so that I could fall back on a well-paying job. I accepted them and finished my masters, but deep down I knew my heart was in fashion.


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I was placed in a multinational after my master’s degree and it paid off enough for a standard life that I want to live. Only to make my unrealized dreams come true, I started a YouTube channel and kept posting videos I would do on the weekends – these would be style tips, beauty hacks, fashion trips, vlogs travel, everything I loved. My parents said, “unless you start earning the same amount from social media that you earn from your job, you shouldn’t quit it.” It took me over a year but I made it. My parents were now convinced, ‘yeh sambhaal legi’.

I am now a full time content creator and have also opened my own fashion line and a skin and body care line now. I built the life of my dreams. From earning $8,000 at three separate companies, I’ve come a long way in life and wouldn’t change a thing if given the chance.

Read the full story of Shaurya Sanadhya Tulshyan here.

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T Magazine’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/t-magazines-mothers-day-gift-guide/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 13:00:12 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/t-magazines-mothers-day-gift-guide/ Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. This week, we’ve turned it into a Mother’s Day gift guide, with recommendations for what we covet for ourselves and consider for our mother figures. register here to find us in your mailbox every Wednesday. And you can always reach us at […]]]>

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. This week, we’ve turned it into a Mother’s Day gift guide, with recommendations for what we covet for ourselves and consider for our mother figures. register here to find us in your mailbox every Wednesday. And you can always reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.


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It was nostalgia for her mother’s kitchen and memories of her parents’ rowdy dinner parties that drove British-born entertainer and chef Amber Guinness, who grew up in a remote 18th-century farmhouse near Siena, Italy, to create the school of painting of Arniano the family property with his friend, the British artist William Roper-Curzon. As Roper-Curzon teaches landscape painting to artists of all skill levels, Guinness happily feeds students with fresh, flavorful versions of dishes she first learned to cook from her mother, which she often serves outdoors in the estate’s gardens. These recipes are collected in Guinness’ first cookbook, ‘A House Party in Tuscany’, released this week in the US, and include the hearty comfort food – like artichoke béchamel pie, and spinach and ricotta malfatti – that his guests are clamoring for. His sister too. “Claudia always asks me for mom’s recipes,” Guinness laughs, “so now I can just tell her to look in the book.”


“I don’t like big flower arrangements,” proclaims artist Abbie Zabar. “I love drawing simple flowers that aren’t pompous, which you pick up at the local bodega and throw in an empty pickle jar.” His colored pencil drawings of this style of flora, daffodils, hyacinths and chrysanthemums housed in jars, cheap vases or, in one case, a chipped creamer, are featured in “Bodega Bouquets”, an exhibition at the Eerdmans Gallery in New York. Those familiar with Zabar’s work (other than that in the culinary sphere – she co-founded EAT, the venerable foodie boutique and café, with her ex-husband, Eli Zabar) may be surprised at the pivotal point of her former floral obsession: Every Week for a decade from 1995, she sketched the decidedly not simple bouquets that greet visitors in the Great Hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. When Zabar, who is also an avid gardener, is asked to name a favorite image from the show, she objects. “No favorites,” she said. “Although I like the ones that look like weeds.” “Bodega Bouquets” is on view until May 26.


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New York-based fine jewelry brand Foundrae, which was launched by wife and husband duo Beth and Murat Bugdaycay in 2015, has developed a cult following among men and women for its variety of 18-karat gold-inspired chains. vintage. , pendants and medallions (as well as for its colored enamel pieces and cigar-style rings). Customizable details – an initial here, an engraving there – make these items an intensely personal and modern heirloom to treasure forever. Until now, Foundrae had avoided using larger gemstones, instead incorporating a small diamond or two for a subtle sparkle. But starting this month, alongside a new collection of medallions representing the state of daydreaming, the line offers pear-shaped diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires, each in a burnished gold diamond setting. . “I was thinking about love and the fact that there is no such thing as a perfect pair,” says Beth, explaining how difficult it can be to match two pear-cut stones, difficulty being an apt metaphor for quest for true love. As Mother’s Day approaches, perhaps some of us – many Foundrae customers are buying for themselves these days – would like to put together a diamond and a sapphire as a tribute to one of the links the most enduring of life.


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Since the 1980s, Belgian designer Dries Van Noten has worked closely with various Indian weavers and textile artisans, and twice during his visits to the country witnessed the aftermath of Holi, the Hindu spring festival, in during which streets, walls, buildings and even pigeons are dotted with diffused neon pigments. It’s these tumultuous color scenes – fuchsia tinged with green, coral crossed with light blue – and a desire to support its Indian partners after their businesses were hit by the country’s Covid-19 spike last year that led the designer, an expert colorist, to create a new ready-to-wear collection. Their hand-woven and hand-embroidered fabrics appear on kaftans sprinkled with summer flowers, malachite green silk trousers and a delphinium purple ikat silk suit, available exclusively on Mytheresa and are sure to delight a glam-hungry mum.

In 2019, Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern — the married co-founders of Co, the womenswear line known for its effortless separates and voluminous silhouettes — introduced Galerie Co, an online platform featuring vintage accents for the home. This month, they’re adding their first original pieces: ceramic vessels created in collaboration with Los Angeles-based artist Victoria Morris. “Everything we sell on the site is pretty rare and one-of-a-kind,” says Kern. “It was exciting to find a contemporary who continues this tradition with Californian pottery.” The works were inspired by Co’s showroom in the Hollywood Hills, the remarkable Hendershot House, designed in 1962 by modernist architect Richard Neutra, which Morris describes as “a really controlled space surrounded by this wilderness”; the variegated green tones found on a volcanic glazed vase recall the lush foliage of Co’s backyard. As worthy of display as the ceramics are, Morris insists they are made to be used. “I imagine them at a dinner party or a family reunion,” she says, “and hopefully they’ll be passed on to the next generation.”


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After decamping from the city more than a decade ago for a quieter life with her family on a farm in England, writer and former fashion director at Barneys New York Amanda Cutter Brooks couldn’t help herself. prevent him from returning to the world of retail with an eponymous boutique in the Cotswolds. The store offers a range of homewares from around the world, all of which make great gifts: mouth-blown glass tumblers in shades of olive or amber, Indian cotton nightgowns and ceramic serving dishes from Hungary. A good choice for a mother might be Cutter Brooks’ exclusive table linens from Stamperia Bertozzi, a century-old family business in Emilia-Romagna that produces its wares the old-fashioned way – made to order and hand-printed with vegetable dyes. from recipes handed down for three generations. Tablecloths with tiny strawberries and curvy roses are sweet, but we especially love Bertozzi’s oversized peach peony print on a crosshatch background. The napkins look like something from nonna’s cabinet and are perfect for a summer table.


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The concept for Teva, the brand of functional sports sandals with a rubber base and Velcro straps, came to Grand Canyon river guide Mark Thatcher in the early 1980s as he struggled to find suitable footwear for the activities nautical. While outdoor enthusiasts like my camping-obsessed mother have worn them ever since, the highly practical style has appeared on the catwalks in recent years: Hermès’ Spring/Summer 2022 version is a lightweight platform founded on the luxury brand‘s hardware, while the Row sent a sandal with a molded leather footbed and foam midsole as part of its Pre-Fall 2022 collection. Japanese brand Suicoke has won fans for its performance sandals, especially successful collaborations with brands like Bape and Doublet, the most recent of which featured animal print straps. Particularly playful, an iteration of the New York label Loeffler Randall, which is dressed in a pretty raffia bow.

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ABOUT YOU celebrates its launch in Oslo https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/about-you-celebrates-its-launch-in-oslo/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/about-you-celebrates-its-launch-in-oslo/ As Europe’s most inspiring and personal fashion online store, ABOUT YOU continues its successful expansion and launched its new online store aboutyou.no on April 25, 2022. In the past, ABOUT YOU has proven its approach to a special shopping experience in several national launches. in Europe and is currently active in 26 European markets. The […]]]>

As Europe’s most inspiring and personal fashion online store, ABOUT YOU continues its successful expansion and launched its new online store aboutyou.no on April 25, 2022. In the past, ABOUT YOU has proven its approach to a special shopping experience in several national launches. in Europe and is currently active in 26 European markets. The online fashion store in Norway was officially launched with a huge marketing campaign and a spectacular launch event including an eye-catching Ferris wheel and a big fireworks display in Oslo with over 50 social media stars, celebrities and journalists . Guests included many influential Norwegian personalities such as Pop-Rap-Duo Madcon, professional footballer Erik Botheim, presenter Janka Polliani, TV and podcast host Marte Bratberg, TikTok star Oda Rikheim, actor and dancer Kevin Haugan, content creator and fashion entrepreneur Eirin Kristiansen and many other Norwegian stars.

ABOUT YOU is Europe’s leading online destination where you can discover fashion, get inspired and find relevant products that really match your style. The fashion webshop digitizes the traditional window shopping experience with its unique approach and is the most personal fashion webshop – now also in Norway. ABOUT YOU’s fashion discovery concept is already successful in 25 other markets and ongoing expansion plans are therefore continuing. The online pure player offers a large assortment with around 150,000 products from more than 1,000 brands – many of which are available on the Norwegian market for the first time.

The spectacular launch event in Oslo marked the Big Bang of ABOUT YOU’s two-phase marketing campaign. More than 50 social media stars, celebrities and journalists celebrated the “lift off” to Norway’s newest shopping destination. After a teasing phase that arouses curiosity, the next launch phase finally reveals the identity of ABOUT YOU through out-of-home campaigns, TV and radio spots, digital content and the big launch event. In addition, the launch is accompanied by exclusive discount campaigns in the coming weeks, with the aim of increasing brand awareness and encouraging Norwegian consumers to explore the diverse assortment of ABOUT YOU products.

“For us, the Norwegian market offers enormous potential. We are planning very rapid growth here, with the aim of becoming the market leader. We also look forward to exciting Norwegians with our inspiring platform and our unique approach to a personal shopping experience as well as our very wide assortment, free shipping and free returns,” said Tarek Müller, co-founder and co-CEO of ABOUT. YOU.

ABOUT YOU can be used on any device: desktop, tablet, smartphone and in the award-winning ABOUT YOU smartphone app. In fact, shopping at ABOUT YOU is not only fun but also completely risk-free. Everything can be ordered with free shipping. Payment can be made via various payment methods. In addition, customers can return products free of charge within 100 days, so they can comfortably test at home whether the products suit their taste and return anything they don’t like free of charge.


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ABOUT YOU digitizes the classic shopping trip by creating an inspiring and personalized shopping experience on smartphones. At ABOUT YOU, the focus is on customers, who are helped to express themselves individually through fashion. On the aboutyou.com website and the award-winning ABOUT YOU app, customers find versatile inspiration and over 400,000 items from over 2,000 brands. With over 30 million unique monthly active users, ABOUT YOU is one of Europe’s largest fashion and lifestyle platforms. It is currently active in 26 European markets. With SCAYLE, the fashion technology company also offers its own e-commerce infrastructure as a licensed product. ABOUT YOU shares are listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and have been admitted to the SDAX® index in September 2021.


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Deves says he received death threats, after transphobic comments https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/deves-says-he-received-death-threats-after-transphobic-comments/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 21:26:45 +0000 https://coachfactoryoutlets2014.com/deves-says-he-received-death-threats-after-transphobic-comments/ Controversial Liberal candidate Katherine Deves has broken her silence on the issue of transgender children playing sport in school, saying it is an issue that needs to be debated but in a “dignified” way. Deves, who was handpicked by Prime Minister Scott Morrison to run for the Sydney headquarters in Warringah, sparked a national debate […]]]>

Controversial Liberal candidate Katherine Deves has broken her silence on the issue of transgender children playing sport in school, saying it is an issue that needs to be debated but in a “dignified” way.

Deves, who was handpicked by Prime Minister Scott Morrison to run for the Sydney headquarters in Warringah, sparked a national debate on the issue after her long history of transphobic comments emerged.

She told SBS World News on Sunday night that she recognized the way she presented her case “was not conducive to proper and reasonable debate.”

Deves said she was “very scolded” by the process and would not engage on social media.

“I recognize that trying to pursue arguments on complex, nuanced and difficult topics … shouldn’t take place on a platform that propagates offense, division and hurt,” she said.

“And, in the future, I will conduct myself in a dignified and respectful manner.”

Asked about her message to young and vulnerable trans children, she said the issue was one of women’s rights.

“With this issue, we have a collision of rights and – until now – the voices of women and girls have not been heard.

“And when we have a collision of rights, in liberal democracies we debate it in a reasonable and measured way.”

The contestant revealed she had received death threats and now police are involved, with her family temporarily leaving Sydney for their safety.

She said she was unaware that her candidacy was being used to bolster Conservative votes in other parts of the country.

“If there are other mechanisms at play, I don’t know them.”

Earlier, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews went to bat for trans children taking part in school sports competitions.

“It seems to me that the adults in this debate are way more cruel than the children, and that’s a damning accusation for those pushing this,” he told reporters.

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“What’s next? A trans girl can’t play a female role in the school play? Like, is that the biggest problem in our country today? I don’t don’t think that’s the case.

“Only desperate people, who are into corner politics, who are trying to look away from the fact that they have been in power for almost a decade and have done precisely nothing with it, would push this. “

The premier argued that sports bodies had already established protocols for trans women competing at professional and elite amateur levels, and suggested the school sport aspect was not an issue.

He said no school community, parent or teacher had broached the subject with him in his 20 years in the Victorian Parliament.

“Trans kids are 15 times more likely to self-harm. I don’t think this debate is doing these young Victorians any good, or their parents,” Andrews said.

“It’s not easy being trans. There’s a lot of stigma. There’s a lot of prejudice. I don’t think adding to that is particularly nice. I think it’s cruel, actually. “

In Queensland, the Greens have criticized Cross State MP Ben Robbie Katter’s threat to ban trans athletes from competing in women’s sport.

On Friday, Australia’s Party MP for Katter threatened to introduce legislation in Queensland if the next federal government does not introduce a nationwide ban within 90 days of its formation.

Green MP Amy McMahon said transgender people already face widespread discrimination, hatred and even violence on a daily basis.

Deves campaigned to ban transgender women from playing in women’s leagues, likening her protests to an attempt to stop the Holocaust.

Morrison said Deves knew a “sensitive approach” was needed going forward to discuss trans athletes in women’s and women’s sport, and defended her refusal to face the press kit.

“It’s not that common for those who are local candidates to be involved in national press conferences,” the prime minister said in Alice Springs.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese said last week that his party’s stance was in line with the Sex Discrimination Act, putting him at odds with Mr Andrews.

“It’s covered that girls should be able to play sports against girls and boys should be able to play sports against boys,” he told reporters on Wednesday.

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