The sustainable swimwear brands you need to pack for your next holiday

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Words by Jasmine Hemsley (Instagram @JasmineHemsley)

Long before East by West, and before Hemsley+Hemsley, I worked as a model for 15 years. Since much of that time was spent shooting swimwear, if there’s one thing I’m expert in, it’s the difference in confidence that a good-fitting bikini can bring you. It’s not so much about it being ‘flattering’, but about feeling supported, comfortable and happy, in a swimwear design and colour that you also love.

With the growing awareness around what, how and where our clothes are made and increasing choice as to what you can pick, sustainability is a major factor for me when clothes shopping, including for a swimsuit. Today, there is a huge sea change (excuse the pun); brands are popping up with more conscious production methods and established companies are having to reconfigure their own production. These are all moves in the right direction and our buying power can help speed the process up.

The change has happened remarkably fast – only about six years ago, I went online to find some new pyjamas and searched for something ethical and sustainable, but everything I came across was an assault to the senses. Now all you have to do is search for ‘sustainable swimwear’ and you’re presented with near-endless options.

It’s wonderful to have such a range of choice, but where do you even start? I’ve found a few favourites in my research, brands whose designs stand the test of time both quality- and style-wise, because being able to keep an item for years is a huge part of sustainable fashion.

Lilliput and Felix

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Shop now: Paeonia bikini for £175 from Liliput & Felix

They create fun silhouettes in bold prints and colours, and have been awarded the Positive Luxury Butterfly Mark, which recognises brands that work to actively diminish their environmental footprint, as well as positively impact their communities.

Ruby Moon

Shop now: Rash Guard for £75 from Rubymoon

This sportswear brand surely deserves a mention, first for privileging comfort and movement in their swimwear, but most importantly for their nonprofit model, using ocean-preserving materials and putting all profits towards business loans to empower female entrepreneurs worldwide.

MYMARINI

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Shop now: Bronze sage bikini for around £179 from MYMARINI

Lastly, I’m a big fan of this brand, who are committed to the fair treatment of the workers who create their sleek monochromatic swimsuits, as well as using eco-friendly fabrics and ensuring the timelessness of each piece.

And here are a couple more sustainable swimwear brands from the Marie Claire team…

Davy J

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Shop now: The red swimsuit for £140 from David J

Devon-based Davy J’s first collection uses 100% regenerated nylon yarn from waste including spent and ghost fishing nets (an average of 640,000 tons of fishing nets are left in the oceans every year). Their swimsuits are built to last, however, when they do reach the end of their life, you’re encouraged to return them so the brand can recycle them (the target will be to achieve 60% closed loop recycling by 2020).

ToDiveFor

Shop now: One shoulder swimsuit for £65 from ToDiveFor

This is more towards the higher end of things, but if you’re looking for simple, luxury swimwear that’s UK based (so cuts down the journey of your clothing), then ToDiveFor have some gorgeous numbers.

 

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The ethical jewellery brands you need to invest in ASAP

You can’t ignore the huge conversation around ethical fashion (no, it’s not ‘just having a moment’), and the same goes for ethical jewellery.

But while you may know where to find trend-led pieces like shell jewellery or statement earrings, do you know how they’re made or where they’re sourced – especially when it comes to diamonds? Scroll down for some pointers and to shop the ethical jewellery brands we love.

What is ethical jewellery?

In a nutshell, it’s jewellery that has no negative impact on the people who make it, or the environment they’re produced in. That can mean:

  • Using materials you can trace back to the source, to ensure they’ve been produced in an ethical way, eg, fair trade materials and conflict-free diamonds
  • Using recycled materials such as gemstones
  • Using synthetic diamonds
  • Not using child labour and ensuring fair wages and working hours
  • Not using practices that pollute or impact the environment in a negative way

What are ethical diamonds?

Like or not, Leonardo DiCaprio’s 2006 Blood Diamonds really shed light on the issue of conflict diamonds, also called blood diamonds, as they’re mined in areas controlled by rebels, who then use the money to buy weapons or finance war activities.

So to avoid buying any conflict diamonds, you want to be able to trace their origin. Nowadays, it’s possible to buy synthetically farmed diamonds (and the quality is equally good), or buy diamonds from a jeweller who adheres to the Kimberley Process, which ensures that exported diamonds are conflict-free.

You can also go down the antique route as you’re effectively recycling an older diamond.

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Wald Berlin

Shop now: Drop it like it’s hot shell necklace for around £168 from WALD

Roxanne First

Roxanne First jewellery is a great destination if you’re looking for fine jewellery with conflict-free and ethical diamonds. They handpick suppliers who they visit personally, ensuring every piece is made from responsibly sourced materials. The prices are fair too, as they’ve cut the middle man and sell direct to the consumer, meaning you get affordable diamonds, without compromising on quality.

Shop now: Rose Gold, Diamond Bar Chain Stud for £225 from Roxanne First

Jewel Tree London

The recently launched Notting Hill-based Jewel Tree London is all about bold, sculptural pieces. They also abide to a strict code of conduct to ensure social and environmental responsibility, from the responsible sourcing of raw materials to ethical mining practices and zero tolerance of child labour.

Shop now: LOGO CUBE RING 18ct Gold Vermeil for £175 from Jewel Tree London

64Facets

US brand 64Facets has recently launched in the UK, and specialise in understated diamond jewellery. The company sources the finest diamonds in the rough, from responsible trade partners who follow the Kimberly process. A team of seasoned diamantaires then hand cuts and polishes these rough diamonds, which then go to experienced craftsmen at an atelier in Surat, India.

Shop now: Scallop Seven-Diamond Stud Earrings (POA) from 64FACETS

SORU

London-based SORU serves up bohemian designs handmade by artisans so therefore not mass produced in factories. The gems are from fair trade mines, with fair trade authentication and the workers who hand make the jewellery are paid fairly and with fair working conditions.

Shop now: Sun ring for £110 from SORU jewellery

Pandora

PANDORA operates a vertically integrated business model, which means it owns every aspect of the production process – including the factories so the work isn’t outsource, so has full control over how the jewellery is produced and how employees are treated.

It’s also a member of the RJC (Responsible Jewellery Council), an organisation which audits and controls the jewellery supply chain, all the way from mine to retail. In addition to this, it has the PANDORA Ethics Programme, which teaches smaller jewellery businesses and suppliers how they too can ensure they are operating ethically.

Shop now: RAYS OF SUNSHINE PENDANT for £80 from PANDORA

Asher Hoffman

Asher Hoffman is committed to preserving all the finest traditions of his craft. All diamonds are conflict free and ethically sourced. Plus his new timeless Ballet bracelets (which are made of diamonds and come in rose gold, gold or white gold) are made to last a lifetime thanks to a strong, lightweight stainless steel core.

Shop now: Signature Ballet Bracelet for around £911 from Asher Hoffman

Little by Little

This delicate gold jewellery is not only affordable, but each piece bought buys food for a malnourished child for three days through Action Against Hunger. Plus, all gold used is ethically mined and the packaging is sustainable.

Shop now: Seville hoops for £65 from Little by Little

Lark & Berry

Lark & Berry are using innovative technology to culture diamonds, meaning everything is grown in a laboratory. Re-creating the exact climate and atmosphere diamonds usually grow in the cultured diamonds sit within the purest category of diamonds. The cultured process leads to less waste, less water loss and less impact on the environment – as well as ensuring all stones are conflict free with their origin entirely trackable.

You can buy the jewellery online now, though a flagship store is set to open in London on 5th September.

Shop now: Dark Halo Sapphire Pendant for £1,150 from LARK & BERRY

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All the Times Fast Food Brands Clapped Back at Their Haters on Twitter

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In recent years, Twitter has become a major marketing tool for all brands, but it’s also become a great way for fast food joints to clap back at their haters (and their competition).

While Wendy’s quickly gained a reputation for having the sassiest Twitter on the block, especially because of their ongoing feud with McDonald’s over fresh versus frozen beef, other brands took notice and began dishing out their own snarky tweets in response to customer questions, celebrity news, or other brands’ promotions.

Read on for some of the best zingers from the fast food giants.

Taco Bell

While Taco Bell doesn’t typically engage in social media fights, the brand has had a few standout moments from their own Twitter account, including their correction of a grammar error in one of White Castle’s tweets to Chrissy Teigen. The taco joint also fired back at Old Spice when the deodorant company accused the fast food chain of false advertising.

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DiGiorno

Frozen pizza company DiGiorno also joined in on the fun, inciting a pizza war with Papa John’s. The frozen pizza chain mocked Papa John’s slogan “Better Ingredients. Better Pizza.” when they tweeted a declining graph meant to represent Papa John’s sales above a tweet that read, “Better Pizza. Better Sales.” The company also briefly changed their bio to the new slogan to spite Papa John’s.

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Burger King

Aside from their epic promposal to Wendy’s on a marquee sign outside of one of their restaurants, Burger King has also thrown shade at the company on social media. First, the chain used social media to promote their spicy chicken nuggets, a menu item that Wendy’s had previously discontinued, leaving the Twitter-verse in an outrage. The brand found people’s old tweets asking where Wendy’s spicy nuggets went and used them as advertising for their own spicy nugget addition to their menu.

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Then, Burger King promoted a 5 for $ 4 deal just days after Wendy’s announced their 4 for $ 4 deal. Even though they didn’t mention the square-burger chain in their tweet directly, Twitter users were quick to notice the shade in their tweet which read, “Because 5 is better than 4.”

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However, Wendy’s never goes down without a fight, so when a Twitter user, who has since switched their account to private, asked what Wendy’s had in response to the deal, they responded with two simple words: “edible food.”

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Wendy’s

Of course, Wendy’s has the longest history of roasting people on Twitter, including their iconic tweet suggesting that asking to be directed to the nearest McDonald’s is essentially the same as asking to be directed to a garbage can.

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The company also recently called out pro-golfer Tiger Woods when he flubbed his first hole at the 2018 U.S. Open, scoring an unimpressive triple bogey. “Tiger, next time you’re going to get a triple…” the brand tweeted beneath a photo of their triple cheeseburger.

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Scroll through to see some of our other favorite clap-back tweets from Wendy’s.

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The ultimate guide to Princess Diana’s go-to fashion brands (and where to shop them)

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We’ve already told you all about Kate Middleton’s fashion brands, as well as Meghan Markle’s go-to shops, so we thought it was about time we compiled a guide to Princess Diana’s favourite designers and high-street stores too.

After all, Princess Diana’s iconic style inspired future Royals in more ways than one, like the time the Duchess of Cambridge’s maternity dress was a nod to the late Princess, or when Meghan Markle wore her blue ring on her wedding day.

Diana’s style varied over the years, from her Sloane-ranger blazer and jeans combo to her sleeker 90s dresses, but there were a few brands she always went back to. You can shop them below…

Princess Diana wearing Catherine Walker

Whether it’s a power suit or an evening gown, Catherine Walker was Diana’s go-to designer no matter the occasion. Founded in 1977 by Cyrus and his wife Catherine Walker, it became famous in the 80s and 90s thanks to the Royal. Some of her most famous outfits include, but are not limited to, a powder pink ballgown (like the one Meghan Markle wore at Trooping the Colour), a Dynasty-esque green sequin dress and that pearl gown that was fondly nicknamed ‘the Elvis dress’.

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Princess Diana wearing Catherine Walker in 1989 in Hong Kong. Picture: Rex

She famously wrote to the designer after wearing a white lace dress after her separation from Prince William, telling her ‘I was so proud and felt very confident to stride out there and deliver my first speech since the divorce.’

You can buy Catherine Walker designs in store.

Princess Diana wearing Christina Stambolian

You’ll no doubt have heard of the Revenge dress, which Diana wore for her first appearance since Prince Charles admitted to having an affair with Camilla. She wore the black design to the Serpentine gallery, paired with her famous sapphire choker (here’s what happened to it and the rest of her jewellery after she died). What you might not know is that she was meant to wear Valentino that evening, but the brand released a statement earlier that day about it, which put her off.

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So she went with the Greek fashion designer instead, and it all blew up from there. Other fun fact: she had actually been sent this dress three years previously, but was at the time worried it was too revealing. You can buy her designs on eBay.

Princess Diana wearing Versace

Princess Diana was very good friends with Gianni Versace (‘I am devastated by the loss of a great and talented man’ she said when she found out about his death), and wore his designs a lot in the 90s. She famously posed on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar wearing an embellished blue dress, and wore a gorgeous one-shoulder silk gown to a charity ball in Sidney in 1996.

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Shop now: VERSACE Contrast-trim crepe dress for £1,141 from MatchesFashion.com

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Princess Diana wearing Bruce Oldfield

Princess Diana met Oldfield through her work at Barnado’s and wore his couture dresses from the mid 80s to mid 90s, when her style changed, at which point she stopped wearing his designs. Some of his dresses include an off-the-shoulder navy dress which she wore at a dinner in 1987 and a gala in 1988, and was later auctioned off for £45,000 at Christie’s.

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Princess Diana wearing Dior

There’s a reason Dior has a bag named after Diana (the Lady Dior FYI): she was one of their most loyal customers. The bag, which had another name at the time, was given to Diana by the French First Lady, Bernadette Chirac. She loved it so much that she ordered it in every version, which prompted Dior to name it after her.

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Shop now: Mini Lady Dior bag in black patent calfskin for £2,350 from Dior

 

Princess Diana wearing Bellville Sassoon

You might not have heard of David Sassoon, but he created over 70 gowns for Princess Diana over the course of two decades, and is credited for taking her from Sloane Ranger to fashion icon status. She famously wore a bright floral-patterned dress to visit children in hospital, and a pink floral dress for Prince William’s christening in 1982.

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Princess Diana wearing Emanuel

Diana’s fairytale showstopper from her 1981 royal wedding was created by Welsh designer duo David and Elizabeth Emanuel. The dress was made of ivory silk, pure taffeta and antique lace, with 10,000 pearls and sequins, and had a 25 ft train

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Princess Diana wearing Ferragamo

Everyone talks about the Lady Dior bag, but did you know Ferragamo also named a bag after Diana? The late Princess owned over 20 variations of the chain strap bag, which was named the Lady Di after her death.

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Shop now: SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Ginny medium leather shoulder bag for £915 from MatchesFashion.com

Princess Diana wearing Chanel

Princess Diana was a big Chanel fan, and was especially fond of the bags and shoes, though she sadly didn’t wear the brand after her divorce. The reason she couldn’t wear Chanel anymore was because the interlocked Cs reminded her of Charles and Camilla.

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Shop now: Chanel flap bag for £4,220 from Chanel

There’s no denying Princess Diana was very loyal to the designers she loved, which included lots of British up-and-coming names, who she supported even after her divorce, which was a turning point in her style. You could even say she paved the way for Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.

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Audi’s New Q8 Model Offers Hints at What Lies Ahead for the Brand’s SUV Series

Audi’s signature Q series is on the verge of a creative overhaul, fusing sleek coupe-like sensibilities to its rough and tumble SUV lineup. In comparison to its Q7 predecessor, the new Q8 can be described as a wide-bodied five-seater that sits considerably lower than the former, boasting an octagonal single-frame grille and a conjoined light fixture/taillight combo that artistically rips a page from its Audi Quattro counterpart.

Although engine specs still have yet to be confirmed, the new vehicle will power up from the system’s mild-hybrid technology with Quattro all-wheel-drive capabilities also included. Jazzing up the interior cabin is a new haptic-response MMI display and a Bang & Olufsen 3D sound system. The all-new Audi Q8 will begin shipping out later this year.

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The best natural and organic beauty brands to buy now

Organic skincare that’s good for you (and the environment)

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The UK’s organic beauty sector, including organic make up, is booming, and considering that your skin is your largest organ, it’s no surprise people are thinking more about what they’re actually putting on it.

Soil Association‘s latest market report reveals the UK organic market is now worth a whopping £2.2 billion, the most its ever been. Organic now accounts for 1.5% of the total UK food and drink market.

Non-toxic ingredients and brands are on the rise, thanks to people’s awareness of the ingredients they’re consuming, and what they can do to your body and to the earth. For example, this cult organic beauty product was out of stock for the longest time and we’re sure a few are going to work their way into our Black Friday beauty deals page.

So if natural beauty is your thing, this is how to differentiate between ‘natural’ and ‘organic’ and everything in-between. Remember, if you’re after strictly organic products, make sure to keep a look out for the Soil Association logo which will tell you the exact percentage of organic ingredients in that specific product

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Health and Beauty Business Development Manager Lauren Bartley from the Soil Association Certification tells us exactly what ‘organic’ means:

No GM

No toxic chemicals

No parabens

No synthetic fragrances

No nano particles

No animal testing

And when you buy organic products, you’re supporting organic or natural ingredients, sustainably sourced ingredients, sustainable manufacturing processes (no harsh processes used to create products), biodegradable packaging and protection of wildlife and the environment.

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Although ‘natural’ has sadly become an unregulated term in the market, it should technically mean that the product is not made of synthetic ingredients – so basically that none of the ingredients were born in a lab. But, this term isn’t as regulated as organic so it’s important to use brands you can trust actually are natural.

And, genuine natural and organic beauty (namely skincare) doesn’t need to be boring or expensive, so we’ve rounded up the best natural and organic products to add to your beauty bag from the multi-purpose balm that can be a moisturiser and a highlighter to the night mask that’s perfect to put on before a flight.

Scroll on for your essential guide.

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The Top 5 Shoe Brands Celebrities Love

When she’s not working with big names like Lupita Nyong’o, Jennifer Hudson, and Hilary Swank, celebrity stylist Micaela Erlanger also divulges her fashion expertise in our Ask a Stylist column. Erlanger is also the official ARMI Captain at the luxury rental and styling platform Armarium. From the best places to source vintage to the secret to finding your most flattering jeans, come back each week for a professional’s perspective.

Working with many high-profile clients throughout my tenure as a stylist, I am constantly asked for brand recommendations. Although the preferences of my celebrity clients are constantly changing due to new brands and trends, there are a few brands that are preferred by my clients without exception. Today, I’m sharing some of my celebrity clients’ favorite brands when it comes to an item that is essential for every look: shoes.

I find that when I’m styling celebrities, shoes can make or break a look, so it’s always a top priority for me that my clients feel confident in the shoes I pull for them. With my different clients, tailoring the shoes to their personal style is obviously extremely important, but another element that’s important to consider is comfort. Comfort is essential because often celebrities go to events where they’ll be standing for hours on end, and in those situations, comfort is fundamental in a successful look. That’s why I find that the brands my clients are always requesting combine comfort and style for a standout look. From my experience, I find that the brands that always come highly recommend are Paul Andrew, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Gianvito Rossi, and Schutz. These brands are always updated with the latest footwear trends, as well as including classic elements and giving my clients the comfort they desire.

Scroll down to shop the shoe brands celebrities can’t get enough of.

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Available in sizes 4 to 11.  Up next, shop everything you need to know about swimwear this summer. 

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6 New Size-Inclusive Brands That Are Making Us Say “Yes”

Last month, when Reformation announced it would extend its sizing up to 22 as part of a collaboration with model Ali Tate Cutler, the brand explained, “sorry it took us so long.” That seems to be the common theme in fashion these days, with inclusivity at the top of everyone’s agenda. It’s not just on the brand side of things either. Customers everywhere are holding the sites they know and love accountableand rightly so. If you ask us, size inclusivity in the fashion space has been a long time coming. So when we hear about a wave of new brands designing clothing that’s stylish and cool for people of any size, we let out one satisfied exclamation: just “yes”.

Since we’re pretty sure you already know about the established plus-size clothing brands like Eloquii and Asos Curve, today we’re highlighting six of the coolest plus-size clothing websites that are newer on the scene. From the well-known designer labels listed on 11 Honoré to the new affordable denim brand that sells your next favorite jeans, there’s a brand that checks every clothing box there is. Ahead discover which brands we’ve been loving lately and be sure to bookmark them for the next time you’re in a shopping mood.

Carrying designers labels we all know and love, from Prabal Gurung to Baja East, 11 Honoré is like the Net-a-Porter of extended sizing. Whether you’re shopping for your next wedding invite or looking to invest in an elevated work wardrobe, make this luxury site your first stop.

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We’ll be over here celebrating these cool new size-inclusive brands, but fashion people still agree that the term “plus-size” is actually far from perfect.

While not necessarily a new brand, what’s great about Fame & Partners is that every one of its fun, colorful dresses are made to order, cutting down on so much waste and potentially damaging environmental effects. Shop its collection of dresses and jumpsuits for weddings, cocktail events, or nights out.

Warp + Weft’s founder, Sarah Ahmed, who’s also the creative director of DL1961, says she was tired of seeing too many brands offering sizing that didn’t represent the 67% of the women in this country who are size 14 and above. But what makes Warp + Weft so exciting is the way it caters to all sizes within its 0 to 24 spectrum equally. Meant to be an “ultra-approachable” denim brand, its on-trend jeans are all available at equally attractive price points.

When the line co-created by bloggers Nicolette Mason and Gabi Gregg launched, people were so excited about it that the site actually crashed. Premme is trend-driven, super affordable (everything is under $ 100), and is just what the plus-size clothing market needed. “Premme is about delivering the same fashion options offered to the straight-size set without settling for watered-down versions of what we really want,” says Mason.

Second Sight is the newly launched brand from Kaelen Haworth, the designer best known for her eponymous line Kaelen. With Second Sight, however, Haworth set out to design something without distractions. The first drop is a collection of elegant, flowing options in a neutral polka-dot pattern with the next launch set for the following month. Everything on the site is available in sizes 1 to 7, which translates to the equivalent of 0 to 24, or XXS to XXL). “I created the size range because we are doing something different, and I want women to think about sizing differently.”

The founders of Universal Standard firmly set out to create a line of effortless and elevated classics for women in double digits. The brand found so much success in offering classic, well-made plus-size pieces that it has since expanded as far down as size 6 and as far up as 32. Now that’s truly a brand that’s made for all.

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These Women Are on a Mission to Change How Millennial Moms of Color Are Perceived by Brands

When Ghanaian publicity pros Simona Noce and Nikki Osei met on social media, it forged a purposeful partnership and mission to increase the representation of millennial moms of color in the marketing industry. Through this connection, DistrictMotherhued was born.

“We initially planned to throw one event for all DMV (DC, MD, VA) based millennials moms,” said co-founder Osei. “Then we assessed local mom groups and noticed that black, millennial moms weren’t represented. We screened social media, post-event imagery and there was a glaring observation. I get it; you create for your demographic and most groups in DC, MD, VA wasn’t checking for us but there weren’t any brown faces. I’m not saying black moms were intentionally overlooked, but we weren’t kept in mind. So our inaugural event, “The Mom Loft” evolved from just a party for millennial moms of color to a full-fledged organization.”

(Courtesy of District MotherHued: Huetiful Thanksgiving)

BE: Since launching DistrictMotherhued in 2016, describe the work that you are most proud of?

We encourage and champion mompreneurs, and regularly highlight our moms’ initiatives, celebrate their successes and promote their businesses. Through District Motherhued, many of our moms have secured TV spot and speaking engagements and introduced their products to larger audiences resulting in increased revenue. District Motherhued is about more than just wine night and playdates; we provide opportunities and resources and position our #DMVMomtribe for personal, professional and economic growth.

We’re also really proud of our #DMforHarvey give back! After viewing the devastation in Houston due to Hurricane Harvey and seeing imagery of mothers lacking basic supplies to care for themselves and their children, we took to social media, tapped into our supportive #DMVMomTribe, and through donations we were able to raise funds to ship 10 extra large boxes of necessities collected amongst our moms to our on the ground contacts in Houston, Dallas, and the surrounding areas.

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BE: Reportedly, moms control 85% of household purchases and have a spending power of $ 2.4 trillion, what should companies that are looking to target millennial moms keep in mind when marketing to this group? What do you think companies overlook (or get wrong) when marketing to this group?

When marketing to our hugely influential and widely represented demographic, brands should include us in the marketing materials! So often we receive inquiries from brands interested in collaborating with District Motherhued because they’ve observed the genuine engagement amongst our audience, but when we visit their websites and social media pages they’re completely void of all things melanin! Like, how? You see our impact, understand that we’re consumers but fail to incorporate us in marketing materials. How can I post about your amazing brand when you’ve only provided fliers featuring white moms and children using the products?

BE: You also have an upcoming Momference with panels focused on everything from mommy’s mental health to how to raise future leaders, and navigating non-traditional family structures? How did you choose these topics?

Yes! We’re so excited about The Momference™, a full-day conference geared toward magical, millennial moms of color taking place on Saturday, May 19, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, Maryland. When choosing topics, we put out feelers on social media/via our newsletter to gauge topics of interest and received hundreds of responses. We couldn’t cover every topic mentioned, but the conference will address topics that were most popular.

 

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Conagra Brands Q3 Profit Beats Estimates, Organic Sales Down 2.2%; Lifts Outlook

Conagra Brands, Inc. (CAG) reported that its third-quarter adjusted earnings per share from continuing operations grew 27.1% to $ 0.61 from $ 0.48, prior year.

On average, 14 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report profit per share of $ 0.56 for the quarter. Analysts’ estimates typically exclude special items.

Aided by a lower effective tax rate, earnings per share from continuing operations grew 112.2% to $ 0.87 from $ 0.41, a year ago.
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The battle at Newell Brands is heating up. Activist investor Carl Icahn has upped his stake in the Elmer’s glue maker to 6.9 percent, according to a Friday regulatory filing. The filing comes weeks after The Post reported exclusively that Icahn owned a Newell stake. Icahn’s enlarged stake injects an extra dose of uncertainty at…
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These uncommon baby clothing brands will knock your socks off

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Sabrina Garibian

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I’m always on the hunt for unique and special baby clothing brands. I take a million photos of my children during the first year and like my kids to be dressed well yet comfortable and to look super cute. While I love Baby GAP, Old Navy, and Target’s Cat and Jack brand, I also like finding uncommon baby clothing brands.

I gave away all my baby stuff after my third child, so I have the opportunity this time around to shop fresh. It has been so fun, especially with all the new, different baby clothing brands out there. No more baby pink or baby blue!

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Here are some of my favorite less-common baby clothing brands that you need to know right now:

Huxbaby

huxbaby cherry cat

I love the trend toward more simplified lifestyles. Huxbaby embodies that trend with its minimalist fashion and simple designs. They use neutral colors in fun designs as you can see in the example above of cherry cats.

Polarn O. Pyret

This brand is completely new to me. They carry beautiful and very sturdy clothing that is made for children. In other words, your kids can play to their hearts’ content and you won’t have to worry about wear and tear.

Monica and Andy

I just can’t get enough of this brand and have bought multiple outfits from them already. If I had unlimited funds I would probably buy one of everything. The clothes are not inexpensive but the quality can’t be beat. I do wish they had some pieces that weren’t white, though, since I am not great at getting out stains.

Primary

With Primary I love that I can find colors not easily found elsewhere. The clothing cuts are simple and straightforward, and the colors are all bright and happy. Primary is also useful if you are looking for something in a specific color.

Mayoral

I have loved Mayoral since before becoming a mom. Mayoral is a European brand that clearly follows the European trend of dressing your children to the nines. My kids have had many special occasion outfits from Mayoral and always get compliments. I also love that they make many pieces under each line so my children can coordinate without having to completely match.

Finn + Emma

I find myself putting my infant in her Finn + Emma footie as soon as it’s out of the wash. That’s how perfect it is! It’s comfortable and so soft yet has unexpected beautiful details, making it the perfect outfit for a baby. I also like that they have lots of gender neutral outfits which make their pieces great baby shower gifts.

L’oved baby

If you want your baby to look funky and cool, check out L’oved Baby. Their clothing is organic and also super soft. I feel like this is a great brand for twins as they have lots of coordinating boy/girl and gender neutral outfits.

Kickee Pants

You won’t find more soft and comfortable clothing than Kickee Pants. What I love most about Kickee Pants is that their clothing is so versatile. Your baby will look good in one of their outfits for sleeping, going to the park, or even for a party. I love all the little details, especially the ruffles!

Tea Collection

Tea Collection is my absolute favorite kids’ clothing brand. Their designs are just so different from the typical options available. I love their bright colors and soft fabrics. They also have beautiful special occasion dresses.

I’m having so much fun shopping for a baby, we just might have another.. .okay, maybe not.

What’s your favorite baby clothing brand?

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Yasmin Le Bon, 53, brands menopause a ‘bit of a s***’ as she reveals it made her pile on weight and became grumpy and forgetful

SUPERMODEL Yasmin Le Bon has opened up about the effect the menopause had on her figure and her mental health.

She said that it caused her to develop a “layer of padding” all over her body.

Yasmin Le Bon at a gala in November 2017
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Speaking to Red magazine, 53-year-old Yasmin said: “The menopause is a bit s***, actually.

“You ache all over, you’re tired and fractious and you develop a layer of padding all over.

“You can’t remember to maker that appointment to see the damn endocrinologist. You can’t remember where you parked the car.

“It’s important that you tell people this. I share this with my girls because I want them to be a bit more prepared than I was.”

Yasmin has been married to Duran Duran rocker Simon for 32 years
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She says the secret to successful relationship is to never “leave things unsaid”
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Yasmin was once the highest paid model in the world during the 1980s, but previously admitted that she gained a stone in weight during her 40s.

She cemented her star status when she married Duran Duran rock Simon Le Bon in 1985, and the pair – who have now been married for 32 years – have three daughters together, Amber, 28, Saffron, 26, and Talullah, 23.

She also opened up about the key to their happy marriage, saying “space is the saviour for any relationship. Headspace and physical space.”

She added: “In marriage – in any relationship – do not leave things unsaid. Life is too short.”

Walking the runway in 2002, aged 28
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She looked elegant arriving at an awards ceremony two months ago, in November 2017
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She has opened up in the past about her wellbeing, admitting in 2016 that she’d been in a “dark place” when she was juggling her career with motherhood.

Speaking to The Mail on Sunday’s You magazine about when her daughters were teenagers, she said: “Nobody can tear your heart apart within a couple of words like [your children] can…

“I had been a punchbag for a long time and it was having an effect.

Attending The Fashion Awards 2017 last month
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“That whole emotional drain pushed me over the edge…I was in a dark place.”

Despite being a self-confessed foodie, Yasmin says she does follow some guidelines to remain trim, saying that she watches what she eats, avoiding wheat and eating plenty of fats such as coconut oil, butter and avocados.

The interview with Yasmin appears in full in the March issue of Red magazine

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These Are the Brands That Will Make You the Most Resale Money in 2018

When it comes to making new purchases, there are always several factors to consider: how often you’ll wear it, whether it goes with the rest of your closet, and so on. But there’s one important element you might not be putting much thought into: how much it will be worth on the resale market. Given fashion’s fast-pasted, cyclical nature, not everything in your closet will stand the test of time, and you may want to get some money for it down the line—which is when fashion girls flock to Poshmark in droves.

According to data collected from over three million Poshmark sellers, these five brands are the most in-demand and have strong resale values: Everlane, Hunter, David Yurman, Rag & Bone, and Ray-Ban. So if you’re thinking of making a splurge on any of these brands, you probably can’t go wrong.

Poshmark data also revealed the most-listed items among West Coast users: Free People dresses, Lululemon tops, Levi’s jeans, and Gucci bags. For East Coasters, it’s Zara dresses, J Brand jeans, J.Crew tops, and Michael Kors bags. Are these findings different than you’d expect? Read on to shop our favorite picks from in-demand brand Everlane.

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Acuity Brands Says Tax Reform Legislation To Positively Impact Net Income

While reporting its first-quarter financial results today, Acuity Brands Inc. (AYI), a provider of indoor and outdoor lighting and energy management solutions, said that the recent passage of the U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may have a favorable impact on future demand for many end markets served by the company, as positive business sentiment may lead to further investments in facilities and infrastructure in the U.S.
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Packaged food company Conagra Brands, Inc. on Thursday reported an 83 percent increase in profit for the second quarter from last year as higher sales more than offset input cost inflation as well as planned increases in selling, general, and administrative expenses. Both revenue and adjusted earnings per share for the quarter beat analysts’ expectations.
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The Best Affordable Brands to Buy Minimalist Jewelry

This season, maximalist style is clearly having a moment. Street style has been consumed by bold patterned trousers, metallic booties, and bright red everything. While we undoubtedly appreciate these trends, streamlined accessories are a necessary balance, which is where minimalist jewelry comes into play. Despite the ever-changing trends, classic jewelry never goes out of style. From French-inspired picks to L.A.-style pieces, simple jewelry is the ideal way to finish any look these days.

Which inspired us to go forth and seek out the best affordable minimalist jewelry lines to pair with the bold looks du jour. From vintage-inspired hoops to chic gold bracelets, these under-$ 100 jewelry picks are a part of every fashion girl’s repertoire. Pair any of our affordable picks from designers like Somme Studio to Laura Lombardi to complement today’s maximalism. Trust us, we’re doing you and your bank account a favor.

Scroll below for our top under-$ 100 minimalist jewelry picks.

A pair of simple hoops can totally transform an outfit. 
The more like your grandmother’s vintage jewelry box, the better. 
Pair these silver earrings with a black blazer for the office. 
Layer this circular pendant necklace with other chains. 
Style these drop earrings with a simple silk dress. 
Opt for this vintage-inspired piece. 
Pair these gold hoops with a white tee for the ultimate minimalist look. 
A very French girl–inspired piece. 
Opt for more geometrical jewelry. 
Pair simple gold bands with bold rings for a drastic contrast. 
You can never go wrong with a pair of timeless studs. 
Style these circular earrings with a statement blouse for a retro look. 
Pair these half-disk hoops with a polka-dot blouse. 
Layer this pearl bracelet with other gold bands and cuffs. 
Style these earrings with a silky blouse and high-waisted denim. 
Wear bands that have more texture to add detail to your jewelry. 
Style these drop-pearl earrings with a white cocktail dress. 
Cuff the sleeves of your favorite bold blouses to show off this gold cuff. 
Try a more unconventional style. 
A more modern version of your simple hoop earring. 

Go on to read about the four jewelry trends that experts claim are the most important. 

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Unilever Acquires Sundial Brands, Owner of SheaMoisture, For an Undisclosed Amount

Shea Moisture

Today, Unilever announced an agreement to acquire Sundial Brands, (No. 10 on the 2017 BE Top 100 list with $ 300 million in revenues) behind brands including SheaMoisture and Nubian Heritage. The news makes Sundial yet another black-owned personal care company that has decided to diversify its ownership ranks and take advantage of the financial advancement and expansion that a general-market acquisition can afford.

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When the deal is complete, Sundial Brands, which is expected to generate approximately $ 240 million in revenue this year, will operate as a standalone unit within Unilever, and its founder, Richelieu Dennis, will continue to lead as CEO and executive chairman.

As part of the agreement, Unilever, a transnational consumer goods company co-headquartered in the Netherlands and London, and Sundial are creating the New Voices Fund with an initial investment of $ 50 million to empower minority women entrepreneurs.

 

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“The Sundial team has built differentiated and on-trend premium brands serving multicultural and millennial consumers that enhance our existing portfolio,” Kees Kruythoff, president at Unilever North America, said in a statement. “Sundial is an important addition to our U.S. portfolio of purpose-driven companies, which includes Ben & Jerry’s and Seventh Generation.”

“We are excited to partner with Richelieu and his team to enable Sundial to bring its unique product offerings and community impact to more people around the world,” added Alan Jope, president of Unilever Personal Care. “We look forward to continuing to grow the business and make an even bigger impact on society through Sundial’s community programs.”

Esi Eggleston Bracey, who has an impressive executive résumé that includes working for companies including Procter & Gamble, will serve as EVP and COO of Unilever North America Personal Care, beginning Jan. 1, and she will work closely with Dennis to strategize brand growth, strengthen the mission, and advocate for consumer connectivity.

“I’ve always wanted Sundial Brands to be an inspiration to other minority-owned companies of how a business against all odds can achieve excellence, have significant social impact in our communities and be successful on a world stage,” said Richelieu Dennis in a statement. “I am excited Sundial and Unilever have created this partnership, rooted in a purpose-driven ethos, that represents an incredible opportunity to take our Community Commerce economic empowerment and impact model to another level.”

At Unilever, Sundial joins other personal care and hygiene brands including Dove, Vaseline, and Caress.

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5 Brands Offering Stylish Vegan Shoes for the Office

stylish vegan shoes for the office“Stylish” might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of vegan footwear, but in 2017, it’s definitely possible to find stylish vegan shoes for the office — in all sorts of styles, from pumps to boots to flats.

Reader L recently asked:

Are there any non-leather, stylish and well-wearing shoes out there? I’m a vegetarian and don’t buy leather, but all the man-made or vegan shoes I buy either don’t wear well (usually not longer than a season) or look like pilgrim shoes. I know there are great companies like Matt & Nat who make amazing bags, but I haven’t been able to find a well-made, vegan pump!

In our last post rounding up brands for the stylish vegan professional, we featured several vegan shoe brands, including Olsenhaus, Matt & Nat, Nicora, and Beyond Skin (along with a few vegan clothing and handbag brands), but to answer Reader L’s question today, we’re expanding on that a bit by featuring several more brands recommended by readers (and by several vegan/vegetarian friends) that are great bets for stylish vegan dress shoes. (We last did a roundup of vegan, non-leather shoes for the professional woman in 2010!) The shoes we’re featuring today are affordable, too — plenty are under $ 100. (By the way, for weekend vegan shoes: Birkenstock recently introduced a vegan collection, some of it for sale at Zappos.) Which are your favorite stylish vegan shoes for the office? What are the brands that you’ve found to wear well and really last? 

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Clockwise from top left: Ballerina Flats, $ 99 / Victoria, $ 59.99 (sale) / Nira, $ 79.99 (sale)

In addition to the brands below, also worth a mention is MooShoes, which has a huge selection of cruelty-free shoes, bags, etc., both online and at their stores in NYC (Lower East Side) and LA (Silver Lake); the brands they carry include Olsenhaus, Matt & Nat, Nicora, Novacas, Bhava, Ahimsa, Melissa, and Bourgeois Boheme.

Here are 5 brands offering stylish vegan shoes for the office:

The Flat, emerald, $ 125 / The Flat, Captoe Black, $ 125 / The Point, cobalt solid, $ 145

Rothys

We’ve featured Rothys a couple of times, most recently The Point, which is one of their two styles — the other is The Flat. Rothys details their mission on their website: to create a shoe “with the ease of a sneaker but with the polish of a feminine flat … with low-waste, low-impact materials, hand-assembled for high quality and durability.” The shoes are lightweight, made from recycled materials (as well as recyclable), machine washable (!), and moisture-wicking, and the knit they’re made from is “blister-free.” The Point ($ 145) and The Flat ($ 125) are available in sizes 5–12, and the site offers free shipping and free returns.

 

 

Levi, $ 79 / Nira, $ 79.99 (sale) / Victoria, $ 59.99 (sale)

Neuaura 

Neuaura, founded in 2007 by a lifelong vegetarian, makes animal-free, eco-friendly boots, flats, heels, and wedges. A portion of the proceeds from one of its factories (a sustainable operation in Southern Brazil that’s run with hydroelectric power) is donated to environmental charities, and on average, 68% of the factory’s waste is reused. Neuaura offers free shipping on all U.S. orders.

 

 

Wide Low Booties, $ 95 / Smart Courts, $ 101 / Ballerina Flats, $ 99

Will’s Vegan Shoes

Based in London and founded in 2013, Will’s Vegan Shoes & Accessories Co. sells vegan and ethically made shoes, both for women and men. On their site you’ll find flats, sandals, boots, pumps, and more, in regular, narrow, and wide widths. Sizes available are 5–11. Bonus: They offer free shipping and 365-day returns on all U.S. orders. They also make accessories — belts, wallets, briefcases, satchels, totes, and more.

 

 

Carrie, $ 195 / Tilda, $ 138 (sale) / Ana, $ 310

Bourgeois Boheme

Also based in London is Bourgeois Boheme, a vegan shoe company founded in 2005. It has a slow fashion philosophy and offers flats, heels, boots, and sandals, including some office-friendly styles, that are eco-friendly and made by “hand-picked artisans” in Portugal. The company also makes shoes for men. Bourgeois Boheme avoids using PVC, which is commonly found in vegan shoes, because of its harmful chemicals and negative environmental impact, instead using a cotton-backed microfiber polyurethane called Mycro©, plant-based polymers, and other, safer materials.

 

 

Peterson, $ 55 (sale) / Brava Encore, $ 59 / Parker, $ 69

Jambu & Co.

Founded in 2010, Jambu & Co. makes three brands, Jambu (“premium looks”), JBU (“trendy”), and JSport “sporty, casual”). As you can tell from the names, not everything made by the company is appropriate for work — most of the shoes are best for a casual or possibly business casual office, or for casual Fridays — but they’re definitely worth checking out. The shoes’ features include a contoured memory foam footbed; waterproof, water-resistant, and “water ready” classifications; and a non-marking, partially recycled rubber outsole. Some, but not all, of their offerings are vegan, and the size range is 6–11. As for production, the website makes this claim: production (in China) is “closely supervised” and the operations have “strict standards that are monitored.”

Where do you look for stylish vegan shoes for the office? Did you know that you can search both Nordstrom and Zappos for vegan shoes? 

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The 9 Best Maternity Brands to Dress Up Your Baby Bump

When you’re pregnant, we know that the last thing you want to do is sacrifice your amazing style during those exciting nine months. Yes, your growing belly won’t fit into those skinny jeans you’re used to wearing all the time and you may find yourself gravitating toward more comfortable, flowing silhouettes. But maternity style doesn’t have to be synonymous with wearing sweats everywhere. Instead, it’s all about tailoring the pieces you know and love to accommodate this small human that’s growing inside you. Unfortunately, when it comes to shopping for these new pieces, most of the clothes aimed at expectant mothers leave a bit to be desired.

With that in mind, we spoke with stylist and influencer Angela Fink, whose baby bump style is incredibly chic, about the brands she loved to wear when pregnant with her daughter. Surprisingly, she admits to only owning a handful of maternity-specific pieces during her pregnancy. “One reason I did that was because I didn’t think I needed to change my style that much and I wanted to wear items that weren’t maternity. I felt I could go the whole pregnancy with buying into oversized or forgiving silhouettes. It worked,” shes says.

Keep reading to shop the pieces Angela swore by while pregnant as well as eight more brands (maternity-specific and straight-sized) that every stylish mother should know about.

“The concept [of online shopping destination Tilden] was very in line with how I felt about pregnancy—that you didn’t really need to buy into maternity. It is a curated collection of silhouettes that would work for women at every stage of pregnancy and beyond.”
“Their main focus was for the clothes to be worn as maternitywear but not maternity-specific. So if you are one to not buy into fast fashion and want to invest your money wisely, you would buy a Vince sweater that is cut just a bit bigger and longer for your belly, and then you can wear it post over jeans and a long coat.”
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The Copenhagen Brands That Are Redefining Danish Fashion

Home to beautiful minimalist design, the Scandinavian countries have carved out an aesthetic when it comes to fashion, art, and design that’s all their own. Unlike their European counterparts, countries like Denmark are known for often forgoing the trend waves in favor of a more utilitarian approach to dressing that stems from efficiency and intentionality. It’s often for this reason that Danish style gets passed over when we talk about the current up-and-coming brands. But there are a handful of labels emerging from the Copenhagen scene that are redefining the ubiquitous clean minimalism that’s often synonymous with Danish style.

This new crop of Copenhagen designers are defining contemporary fashion on their own terms, and the rest of the fashion sphere is taking note. You’ve probably heard of cool girl–loved Ganni, with its modern prints that are taking over everyone’s closets and Instagram feeds. Likewise, labels Saks Potts and By Malene Birger are shedding the cold, clean stereotype of Danish style through their range of flirty shapes and brilliant colors. And for the downtown kids, it’s the athleisure-inflected, leather-embossed cool-kid grit of Wood Wood that’s making us feel very okay with never wearing color again. We’re impressed by what we’re seeing coming out of Copenhagen right now, and it’s undoubtedly due to these fashion-favorite brands.

Go on to discover six of the Copenhagen brands to know who are redefining contemporary Danish style.

The punk-rock undertones and strategic play on textures remind us of Hedi Slimane–era Saint Laurent, only the full looks by Baum und Pferdgarten are totally wearable right off the runway.
That Scandinavian minimalism rears its head throughout Malene Birger’s elegant designs, the pared-back shapes of which show off their beautiful movement.
Saks Potts is a full-on elegant daydream, offering a variety of covetable fur-lined coats and pretty silk dresses. The retro-inspired pieces all feel special in that one-of-a-kind way.
You wouldn’t be wrong in mistaking the athleisure-inflected Wood Wood for a Danish version of Opening Ceremony. The cool kid-favorite line 
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Fashion Girls Swear By These Vintage Jean Brands

There’s one piece of clothing every fashion girl owns. It’s not a dress from an of-the-moment brand or a designer bag or even the season’s It shoes—it’s vintage denim. Yep, you’ll find at least one pair of vintage jeans in their closets. Vintage jeans are a classic standby, but they are definitely having a moment right now. Rigid denim with a high rise and straight legs are winning out over other styles like skinny jeans with stretch that have been popular over the last decade. But where is the best place to buy them?

To find out, we turned to fashion girls to see where they buy their favorite styles. Whether you’re interested in finding true jeans from the ’90s or vintage-inspired denim, we’re bringing you the very best places to buy them.

Go on to shop the best vintage jean brands and find out exactly where fashion girls find the styles they swear by.

“When it comes to shopping IRL for vintage denim, my go-to spots in L.A. are Scout, Lot Stock and Barrel, and Collection LA. I could spend hours trying on different denim fits, which is why I prefer to shop in person for vintage denim, but if I’m shopping online, I always check out Fair Season and Reformation’s vintage stock.” — Michelle Scanga, managing editor
“My go-to brand for affordable, vintage-inspired jeans is definitely Topshop (specifically, their “mom jeans” section). They have the perfect variety of colors (without feeling overwhelming), and I love that they come in different lengths so I can skip the tailor. Plus, with the exception of a few embroidered or limited-edition styles, they’re all under $ 100, so it doesn’t really get better than that.” — Nicole Akhtarzad, market editor 
“I have always loved OshKosh vintage jeans for their ’90s-girl feel. I wear them with a crop top and simple heeled sandals for a funky going-out look. Something else I’ve been dying to try is getting my jeans Basically, you send them your favorite pair of jeans, and they will !” — Lauren Eggersten, associate editor
“These aren’t technically vintage, but they have a well-worn look that I love. The straight-leg, high-waist silhouette is characteristic of vintage jeans, but you get the benefit of a modern fit.” — Erin Fitzpatrick, news editor
“I prefer vintage jeans that have been reworked to reflect today’s styles, but they can definitely get pricey. Somehow, has lots of cool options, and they’re pretty much always under $ 100. And it’s not just Levi’s—its also has Wranglers and Lees, in case you want something a little different.” — Allyson Payer, editor
“When it comes to vintage jeans, I have to actually try on a pair to make sure they fit exactly how I want them to. I’ve always had the best luck finding authentic 501’s and other great pairs at my local flea markets because the vendors travel all over in search of the best denim. Pro tip: I always go straight for the men’s section because the fit and quality of men’s cuts are usually better. If I do shop online, I really like what the brand B Sides is doing to make vintage-inspired jeans from super-authentic fabrics.” — Anna LaPlaca, assistant editor
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Packaged food company Conagra Brands, Inc. (CAG) on Thursday reaffirmed its forecast for fiscal 2018 after reporting first-quarter adjusted earnings from continuing operations above market estimates. On a reported basis, attributable net income declined in the quarter. Further, the company said it expects to repurchase approximately $ 1.1 billion of shares in the fiscal year.
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Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan brands Love Island’s Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies ‘dimwits’ and wants them banned from the show when he’s hosting

GOOD Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan has slammed Love Island’s Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies over their presenting skills – and insisted he wants them banned from returning to the show while he’s hosting.

The TV newsman gave a scathing critique of the pair after they took over GMB while he was holiday, calling them “dimwits”.

Piers Morgan slammed the Love Island stars today
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The reality TV couple, who won the saucy show, were thrilled to be given a presenting slot on GMB while Piers was away.

They hosted Richard Arnold’s entertainment news slot, but their hosting debut did not go down well with Piers.

He blasted Kem and Amber on the show today, and insisted they “lowered the bar” with their hosting skills.

Piers told Richard: “In your absence apparently these two Love Island dimwits stood in for you.

“The ones with the funny names. I didn’t think anyone could lower the bar from you but they managed it.”

Piers tried to make sure they wouldn’t be back on the show, but his co-star Susanna Reid jumped in to say: “They are always welcome back”.

Piers then conceded: “But only when I’m not here… No one loves them any more.”

Kem and Amber were guest hosts this summer
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The television host, 52, has made no secret of his complete lack of interest in all things Love Island and slated the contestants for making money by “having sex on TV”.


He also called the islanders the most “cretinous” and “stupid” bunch of people he’d ever seen.

Yet despite proving the fans’ favourites on raunchy dating show Love Island, GMB seemed to agree with Piers as they slated the stars over their hosting debut.

They took to Twitter to slam the pair’s style as wooden and very scripted.

Kem Cetinay hit back at Twitter users who criticised his presenting skills on GMB
The Love Island couple stood in for regular entertainment reporter Richard Arnold
They presented the showbiz segment on Monday’s show but divided fans
Richard Madeley praised them for their debut
Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies present GMB in new career role

One wrote: “Who’s that cheese ball???” while another quizzed: “Who are they ? Reality nonsense.”

A third squealed: “Who the Hell are those two. Thought I’d tuned in to TOWIE!”

Meanwhile one put: “Kem and Amber on GMB 😰😰 Amber sounds so fake reading the autocue, not made for telly 🙄 #GMB #kember.”

Another quipped: “More punch nd Judy” as they arrived for their second segment while another quizzed: “Anyone else watching the cringe fest that is amber and kem on?”

 

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Why Do All Lifestyle Brands Look the Same?

I get a million press releases a day, half of which go something like this: some upstart is selling luxury products at a fraction of the price of retail by going direct to the consumer. This no-frills label has stripped away the mumbo jumbo of traditional business models and design, paring everything down to a simple and straightforward customer experience. Free shipping, 7-day trials, free returns. Products that won’t clutter your already-cluttered life, even if it’s still just another object. 

To be sure, sometimes these pitches are meaningful (I think our former advertiser Gustin genuinely offers lower prices by cutting out traditional retail channels, particularly with their jeans). But more often than not, these pitches are repackaging the same story. Minimalism is more en vogue than ever, from lifestyle to aesthetic. 

Racked has an amusing story today about how all these brands are united by their love for san-serif fonts, which plugs in well with how companies are trying to carve a niche for themselves in a crowded marketplace. As graphic designer Parker notes, today’s minimalism is more playful and human – distinct from previous eras, such as the seriousness of Swiss design and ‘90s Helmut Lang. It’s more like Apple, in that sense, which has helped us equate “sparseness and flatness” with “fresh and new.” 

An excerpt from the article:

If there is one style of corporate branding that defines the 2010s, it is this: sans-serif lettering, neatly presented in black, white, and ultra-flat colors. Cobalt, for example. Its goal is noise reduction, accomplished by banishing gradients, funky fonts, and drop shadows, and by relegating all-caps to little “BUY” buttons. The abundance of white space around words, photos, and playful doodles exudes a friendly calm. You’ll find the information you need in seconds, and what a pleasing few seconds they will be.

Sans-serif typefaces have been in circulation since at least the 18th century. (Serifs are the little lines that decorate the ends of letters in fonts like the one you’re reading right now. Sans serifs omit them.) Minimalist design in marketing isn’t new either, but this genre of branding has become especially, almost predictably, concentrated among venture-backed lifestyle startups like Outdoor Voices, Bonobos, Frank And Oak, Lyst, AYR, Reformation, Glossier, Allbirds, and Thinx. Some use it for nearly everything on their websites but the logo, and some use it for nearly everything, including the logo.

One of the remarkable features of startup minimalism is its flexibility. It can sell anything.

At a new Brooklyn bookstore called Books Are Magic, it sells books. At the Brooklyn Bread Lab, a bakery tucked into a row of warehouses on a litter-strewn street in Bushwick, it sells bread. Versions of startup minimalism appear on the covers of cookbooks like Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking and Salad for President, and in the pages of Rosé All Day: The Essential Guide to Your New Favorite Wine. When Airbnb rebranded in 2014, it replaced its bubbly, three-dimensional novelty script with a lowercase, sans-serif logo rendered in white and coral. The British rain boot company Hunter, which was founded in 1856, has its classic logo at the top of its website, followed by a wave of sans serifs encouraging us to shop “new colors” and “Slide Through Summer” (by purchasing plastic slides).

Rather than being descriptive of the product itself, startup minimalism indicates how that product will be purchased and delivered to the shopper: digitally, easily, inexpensively, and with a smile. It promises no bullshit and no imposition on your busy schedule.

[…]

Uncluttered design felt fresh and new a few years ago, but there will come a point when it no longer has the same specialness. Eventually, all that delicious, soothing nothing will just look like nothing. Brands will either have to undergo Airbnb-grade makeovers, or update aspects of their look.

“Design is a pendulum. I think there will be a shift to more ornate and maximalist design,” says Ferreyros. “I could see us experimenting with that in one off projects, like stickers or a line of graphic tees, and then being able to keep the foundation of our brand clean and modern and simple.”

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Stop Asking Brands To Give You Free Stuff For Retweets

Back in my day, we used to have to call a 1-800 number, wait 20 minutes on hold for an uninterested operator, and then demand to speak with a manager if we had any hope of getting free stuff in the mail.

These days, there’s a jovial marketing team of millennials behind your favorite brand on Twitter, just waiting for an opportunity to slide into your DMs and give you freebies.

But there’s a new Twitter trend that’s even more annoying than those folks who make it their business to complain until they get a free meal or suite or Uber ride.

Now people are sending direct messages to brands asking how many retweets they’d need to get a super expensive product for free, and brands are responding with ridiculous, unattainable numbers ― often demanding retweets in the millions; way more retweets than any one post has ever received.

Some of these campaigns are getting hundreds of thousands, if not millions of retweets, giving free advertising to brands while giving next to nothing ― except maybe 15 seconds on The Internet’s Grand Stage ― to the consumers.

The whole thing was real cute when it first went viral.

A guy named Carter Wilkerson asked Wendy’s how many retweets it would take to get free chicken nuggets for a year. Wendy’s responded a minute later with “18 million,” and the internet went crazy. To his credit, Wilkerson has 2.9 million retweets as of this writing, but he hasn’t even reached Ellen DeGeneres’ record of 3.3 million retweets, and he’d need about 5 percent of the entire Twitterverse on his side to reach the 18 million goal.

Wilkerson isn’t even drunk on his newfound power. He’s selling T-shirts emblazoned with the now infamous hashtag #NuggsForCarter, and says the proceeds will go toward adoption services in the U.S. 

It all goes downhill from there. The Twitter user embedded above gave Mercedes-Benz more than 248,000 retweets worth of free advertising. Then you’ve got smaller campaigns like this one, between a user looking for free wings and Hooter’s:

Brand analysts say there might be more behind-the-scenes work at play with this new advertising scheme. 

“It’s sort of a smarter story from the influencer’s side,” Melissa Gonzalez, a retail and market analyst based in New York, told HuffPost. “People are looking to get that virality, so they’re gonna post a picture of that direct message hoping that it gets picked up and makes people follow them more.”

Gonzalez also noted that it’s nigh impossible to tell whether some of these brands might be working with Twitter users or other influencers to sell a product. Regardless, it’s hard to establish the value of a retweet to a company, but you can’t imagine that Wendy’s spent many employee hours coming up with one tweet that said, “18 million.”

Asking brands for free stuff in exchange for retweets doesn’t often work out, but sometimes the attempts are just hilarious (the Smash Mouth example especially):

Even HuffPost’s own Igor Bobic fell victim to the trend, though we’ll give him a pass because the man just wants his salad back on the menu:

Everyone else, just stop. Your favorite brands are more savvy than ever before online, and they’re feeding off your followers.

But now that we’re here, hey United, how many retweets for a scorpion to drop down and sting me mid-flight? Oh, wait…

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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