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UNDERCOVER Reveals Its Nike Epic React Collaboration

Jun Takahashi and UNDERCOVER took to the runway in Paris yesterday as models like Stranger Things‘ actress Sadie Sink showed off the brand’s upcoming Fall/Winter 2018 women’s offerings. And one of the unexpected highlights? None other than a first look at the latest UNDERCOVER x Nike collaboration.

Dubbed the UNDERCOVER x Nike Epic React, the new design not only injects its own point of view on the clunky sneaker trend, but comes in a trio of colorful looks echoing the aesthetic of the line’s seasonal apparel. The shoes, as their name suggests, also employ the Swoosh’s latest and greatest cushioning technology, React. The bold color-blocking and retro, trail running-like colorways even recall some of Takahashi and Nike’s GYAKUSOU collaborations from years past. It remains unclear, however, if these will fall under the aforementioned GYAKUSOU banner.

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‘These Girls Grew Up to Be Strong Women Who Destroyed His World.’ Gymnasts React to Larry Nassar Sentencing

Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who has become an advocate for the sexual abuse victims of Larry Nassar, sentenced the osteopathic gymnastics doctor to 40 to 175 years in prison on Wednesday. Immediately after, many of the 156 victims, who made statements at the sentencing, hearing expressed relief that their reports were finally heard.

Kaylee Lorincz

“It’s the right sentence. You go through so much and it feels like such a long time; I can’t believe how fast it went, and how much I went through in this 18-month process. But I want answers, I want accountability. These people need to step up. I will fight for the answers; I won’t stop until I get the answers that I want.”

Lorincz, a gymnast, said she was abused by Nassar when she was 13, but that she and her mother did not think anyone would believe she was abused because Nassar was so powerful in the gymnastics community

Kyle Stephens

“He’s going away for a really long time, he’s not practicing medicine any more, and he’s not fooling anyone any more. All of these girls grew up to be strong women who destroyed his world,” Stephens said.

Stephens was the first, initially anonymous, person to report sexual abuse by Nassar, who was a friend of the family. The abuse began, she said, when she was in kindergarten.

Lindsey Lemke

“One down, hope the rest of you are ready,” the gymnast posted on Twitter Wednesday.

Rachael Denhollander

“It’s absolutely the right sentence,” the former gymnast, and one of the first to go public with allegations, said right after Nassar’s sentencing. “But this is the biggest sexual assault scandal in history and we should want to know why it happened. If we don’t, things are not going to get better.”

 

 

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‘Counting On’ Fans React With Concern For Joy-Anna Duggar’s Baby After Latest Instagram Post

Counting On star Joy-Anna Duggar and her husband Austin Forsyth posted a new selfie on Instagram over the weekend, giving fans another opportunity to question just how far along she really is in her pregnancy. The latest pic has fans […]
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But Their Emails: Republicans React to Their Own Email Scandal

Across the Capitol this week, there were heated debates over using private email accounts for official government work, skirting federal transparency laws and accusations of partisan hypocrisy were heard, in what many see as an unwelcome rerun of the debate over Hillary Clinton's use of a private server. But unlike the last episode, when the GOP showed uniformity in calling for Clinton's head,

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Glen Campbell's impact on musicians from all genres was evident in the remembrances and outpourings of grief following the Country Music Hall of Fame member's death Tuesday at 81. The "Wichita Lineman" singer had been in the final stages of Alzheimer's disease in Nashville.

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‘Next Time I Will Wear Only Jeans and a Scarf’: Stars React to United Kicking Off Young Passenger Wearing Leggings

Celebrities are speaking out following the news that United Airlines refused to let girls onto a flight because they were wearing leggings.

Shannon Watts, a mother-of-five from Colorado and founder of movement Moms Demand Action, shared on Twitter Sunday that young passengers boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis were told they could not board the plane unless they changed their outfits.

Although some were allowed onto the plane after modifying or changing their outfits, she tweeted that two girls were not allowed on the flight. Of the group, she noted that one was about 10-year-old. Watts asked United for an explanation.

United responded to Watts on Twitter, writing that they “have the right to refuse transport for passengers who are barefoot or not properly clothed.” They later clarified that the girls in question were “pass travelers,” or travelers flying on comped or discounted tickets, typically reserved for employees and their family members. United explained that they have a stricter dress code for pass travelers as they are representing the United brand.

Still, stars like Chrissy Teigen and William Shatner joined the list of people speaking out against United’s confusing policy on Twitter.

“I have flown united before with literally no pants on. Just a top as a dress,” wrote Teigen, 31. “Next time I will wear only jeans and a scarf.”

Patricia Arquette also shared her thoughts on Twitter.

“Why aren’t you allowing girls to wear leggings on flights?” she wrote. “Who is your gate agent policing girls clothing? “Was there something’s strange about all these girls leggings? Do U understand U have just made at least half UR customers very unhappy?”

“Leggings are business attire for 10 year olds. Their business is being children,” the actress continued. “Y did dad board wearing shorts? Shorts R only business attire 4 Angus Young.”

“Turns out United bans leggings, torn jeans, and shorter shorts for free employee pass tickets. Still @united should update policy,” she added.

Actor Andy Richter wrote, “I have flown numerous times while displaying an egregious mooseknuckle. What’s a male over 10 have to do to get noticed?”

Comedian Sarah Silverman said that she was not going to fly on the airline for her upcoming tour.

“I fly a LOT,” she wrote. “About to go on tour all April and changing all my @united flights to other airlines.”

Despite the outcry, United held firm that they were following policy.

“The passengers this morning were United pass riders who were not in compliance with our dress code policy for company benefit travel,” the airline responded.


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Men React To The Unglamorous Reality Of Pregnancy

Learning what actually happens inside a mother’s body during pregnancy can be eye-opening to say the least. This may be especially true for the male-bodied people out there.

The folks at BuzzFeed video filmed a group of men reacting to facts about pregnancy — such as “a woman’s uterus can expand up to 500 times in size during a pregnancy” and “from the second trimester onwards, babies pee in the uterus, then they drink it, then they pee again, then they drink it.”

Their reactions range from shock to concern to fear. “What happens to all the innards?” one guy asks. “I don’t envy this at all,” another adds.

The guys also get to see how a baby’s face looks as it develops in utero, which leads to comparisons to E.T. and Pokémon.

Watching a video about the way a woman’s body changes during pregnancy, one viewer makes the understatement of the day: “This just seems unpleasant.”

When the men are asked to sum up their final thoughts, they offer apologies and statements of awe. But perhaps the best response comes in the form of a question.

“Why isn’t maternity leave better in the United States?”

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Celebrities of all stripes — from actors to astronauts — took to Twitter to convey their thoughts about Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney, who died on April 6 at the age of 93.


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