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Walmart Teams Up With Lord & Taylor to Boost Upscale Fashion Offerings – TheStreet.com

Walmart Inc. (WMT) is rebranding itself as a fashion destination. Well, online at least. The retail giant announced Wednesday, May 16, a plan to team up online with upscale retailer Lord & Taylor. “As part of the Walmart.com redesign, and our commitment to establish Walmart.com as a destination for fashion, we recently relaunched our new […]

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Diesel Red Tag to Show in Milan, Y/Project's Glenn Martens Said to Design Second Capsule – WWD

MILAN — Changes are brewing at Diesel. The second Diesel Red Tag collection will show in Milan on June 16 during Men’s Fashion Week, WWD has learned, while the Diesel Black Gold line, a fixture on the city’s calendar since 2016, will now be presented to retailers and clients in its showroom. Diesel Red Tag was […]

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Live in the world's most hipster city:bright-red Brighton house with murals on the walls, office space and a jungle … – Homes and Property

Brighton has been named “the world’s most hipster city” and with quirky, colourful properties like this one for grabs, it’s easy to see why. The bright poppy-red terraced house is found in Elm Grove, a sought-after area of the East Sussex seaside town. On the market for £520,000, it grabs the attention of anyone who […]

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Canal Street Cleans Up Nice – New York Times

Think Canal Street and the following sights and sounds likely spring to mind: shrink-wrapped counterfeit purses displayed on a blanket (ready to be rolled and stowed in a flash); furtive whispers of “Bag?” “Watch?”; the sound of car horns mixed with snatches of French, Italian, Mandarin and other tongues not so easily identified. And everywhere, […]

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On the streets: The faces of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week – 9news.com.au

While double denim and skivvies were all the rage on the runway on day three of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, there was plenty of style to be found on Sydney’s streets. Four of Australia’s up-and-coming young designers showcased their collections at the St George NextGen show in Sydney today, featuring oversized denim, stripes and bold […]

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There are some surprising new items being sold at IKEA – NEWS.com.au

IF THERE’S one thing we love, it’s a good collaboration. People have gone wild in the past for Target’s fashion collaborations with international designers such as Missoni and Stella McCartney and now it seems that IKEA is capitalising on the collab craze. Their latest venture is a partnership with Chris Stamp’s LA-based fashion label Stampt […]

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How to watch Non-Comm, WXPN's indie music showcase – Philly.com

Spring in University City means it’s time for the Non-Comm convention, the annual WXPN-FM (88.5) gathering of mostly non-commercial, frequently National Pubic Radio-affiliated stations who come together at the World Cafe Live to watch a couple of dozen cool bands in three days of music showcases. It’s sold out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t […]

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Bowden: The suburb at the centre of industrial-sized fight between old and new – The Advertiser

The Advertiser Bowden: The suburb at the centre of industrial-sized fight between old and newThe AdvertiserIT IS Saturday morning and, as is common these days, tables are hard to find inside Bowden's Plant 4. Millennials mingle in the Third St warehouse-turned-marketplace, sipping on lattes and spending big on smashed avocado and toast. There are young … […]

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Merlin CEO Charles Caldas Touts Growth in Indie Sector Around the World at Canadian Music Week – Billboard

Merlin CEO Charles Caldas gave a keynote presentation at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week on Saturday (May 12), complete with power-point, before taking a seat on the panel called New Era For Indie Labels.  The head of the global digital rights agency for the world’s independent label sector told his audience, “We announced in August last […]

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Michelle Etheridge, CoastCity Weekly Messenger – The Advertiser

The Advertiser Michelle Etheridge, CoastCity Weekly MessengerThe AdvertiserWhen the council's Walking and Cycling Guidelines 2018-2022 document came up for debate last week, Cr Jason Veliskou condemned it as “aimed hipsters rather than a broad section of the community”. Councillors were concerned about a range of … Source

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