On the April 24th last year, people were killed and over 2, were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. And that is just one country; with the ever-growing pressure to cut the cost of production, workers wages are continually reduced, worsening their conditions. But regardless of there being no quick-fix solution to this worldwide issue, it is the 21st century, and there are far too many labels that should be doing much, much more.
As a lay woman discerning her state in life, I found this article interesting. Personally, I enjoy fashion, but don't have a lot of expensive clothes and I am trying to have nothing more than I need. As far as designer clothes go, I don't think there should be a universal prohibition, even on shorter term stuff.
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Virgin Atlantic has told female cabin crew they will no longer have to wear makeup in the air. The airline will also provide female crew with trousers as part of their standard uniform, rather than only providing them on request. Although low-cost carriers, such as easyJet and Ryanair, have relatively relaxed rules on crew presentation, most full-service international airlines prescribe what makeup must be bought and worn.
Since the term was coined on Twitter in Julythe concept has widely spread across the Japanese social media and illustrator communities Pixiv and Nico Nico Seiga. The phrase was used to explain a photo in the Japanese clothing label NO. Within 72 hours, the tweet gained over 10, retweets and favorites.
From the moment Jane the Virgin premiered inthe CW telenovela immersed the audience in a candy-colored world whose vibrant pinks, blues, and creams provided a welcome relief from the literal darkness that continues to pervade so much of modern television. As fans fell in love with the show, they also fell in love with its world, dreaming of staying at the crisp, inviting Marbella, with its signature turquoise and white decor, or of settling in on the Villanueva's well-worn red couch to watch the latest episode of The Passions of Santos. While we will sadly never get to inhabit these spaces, there is one aspect of Jane's aspirational world that is delightfully tangible: the wardrobe.
But in a surprising move announced this week, the airline gave them new options: to go without makeup and to wear pants. Since its first flight inthe airline has consistently upped the ante with its uniforms, choosing sleeker cuts and ever bolder shades of red. The Israeli airline El Al requires that all female flight attendants wear high heels to greet passengers and should not take them off until they are all seated. Virgin Atlantic said it made its decision based on staff feedback.
We will be visiting the House of the Virgin Mary in 3 weeks and I cannot seem to find any information regarding clothing restrictions. Is this correct? Thank you in advance for your reply.
The continual production of new clothes from virgin materials — such as oil, to make polyester, and cotton, which uses up vast amounts of land, water and pesticides — coupled with poor recycling methods are wreaking havoc on our environment and our economy. At Worn Again Technologies, we are not about loop holes. What we do need is to be better at turning the old into the new.