Tag Archives: Clothes

Where Do You Get Clothes Like on ‘Queen’s Gambit’?

Where Do You Get Clothes Like on 'Queen's Gambit'?

Where Do You Get Clothes Like on ‘Queen’s Gambit’? Where Do You Get Clothes Like on ‘Queen’s Gambit’? Beth Harmon was facing a “sudden death” of sorts. The fictional chess star overcame her childhood as an orphan, she battled her addiction to pills and alcohol, and she managed to make it into the world championship in Russia. The problem now? …

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Evan Kinori Makes Clothes for Men

Evan Kinori Makes Clothes for Men

Evan Kinori Makes Clothes for Men Evan Kinori Makes Clothes for Men In his 20s and armed, if that is the word, with a liberal arts education with specialties in philosophy and French, he decided to enroll in the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, a local school with a heavy emphasis on the trades. “It was definitely not predicted …

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Marc Jacobs, Leandra Medine and Others Are Not Giving Up on Clothes Just Yet

Marc Jacobs, Leandra Medine and Others Are Not Giving Up on Clothes Just Yet

Marc Jacobs, Leandra Medine and Others Are Not Giving Up on Clothes Just Yet Marc Jacobs, Leandra Medine and Others Are Not Giving Up on Clothes Just Yet Jason Rice, 44, has taken his activism in another, equally pointed direction. “For me posting is an act of rebellion,” said Mr. Rice, a partner in Changez Hair Salon in Royal Oak, …

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‘Disabled People Love Clothes Too’

‘Disabled People Love Clothes Too’

‘Disabled People Love Clothes Too’ ‘Disabled People Love Clothes Too’ This article is part of a series exploring how the Americans With Disabilities Act has shaped modern life for people with disabilities. I have always believed that fashion is the window to the soul. As a Black disabled woman with cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that affects movement on the …

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Used Clothes Ban May Crimp Kenyan Style. It May Also Lift Local Design.

Used Clothes Ban May Crimp Kenyan Style. It May Also Lift Local Design.

Used Clothes Ban May Crimp Kenyan Style. It May Also Lift Local Design. Used Clothes Ban May Crimp Kenyan Style. It May Also Lift Local Design. NAIROBI, Kenya — Catherine Muringo’s wardrobe consists of secondhand outfits shipped from all over the world: colorful blouses and jeans from Canada, floral dresses from the United States, trench coats from Australia and leather …

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They Splurged on Fancy Clothes Before Quarantine. Now What?

They Splurged on Fancy Clothes Before Quarantine. Now What?

They Splurged on Fancy Clothes Before Quarantine. Now What? They Splurged on Fancy Clothes Before Quarantine. Now What? In the weeks before the pandemic, Anthony Longhi, 28, a self-described shopaholic who’s a sales associate at Celine in Paris, found himself smitten with a pair of black leather Yves Saint Laurent pants. Their four-figure price felt indulgent, and he hesitated to …

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Is the Virus on My Clothes? My Shoes? My Hair? My Newspaper?

Is the Virus on My Clothes? My Shoes? My Hair? My Newspaper?

“Then you have to touch that part of your hair or clothing that has those droplets, which already have a significant reduction in viral particles,” Dr. Janowski said. “Then you have to touch that, and then touch whatever part of your face, to come into contact with it. When you go through the string of events that must occur, such …

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How to Handwash Your Clothes

How to Hand-Wash Your Clothes

DRAIN AND RINSE Step 5 Drain the detergent solution and wipe the sink free of any suds, then refill the sink with clean cool or lukewarm water to begin rinsing. Using your hands, agitate the clothes to release detergent, draining the water and repeating until they are fully rinsed. Sturdier fibers like polyester and cotton can be rinsed directly under …

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How to Hand-Wash Your Clothes

How to Hand-Wash Your Clothes

DRAIN AND RINSE Step 5 Drain the detergent solution and wipe the sink free of any suds, then refill the sink with clean cool or lukewarm water to begin rinsing. Using your hands, agitate the clothes to release detergent, draining the water and repeating until they are fully rinsed. Sturdier fibers like polyester and cotton can be rinsed directly under …

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