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This is one of those things that’s as disturbing as it is not surprising. A new study has found that what you wear can influence how people think of your race. Put another way, people are more likely to percieve better dressed people as white and poorly dressed people as Black.
In an age in which even the least appealing pseudo celebrities have clothing lines, it was only a matter of time before true Hollywood original and mistress of comedic timing Betty White had a collection of her own.
Technology never ceases to amaze/horrify us in it’s attempts to make easier that which isn’t actually all that difficult to begin with. Consider the latest in awkward inventions, the virtually unreal, “Magic Mirror.”
Dov Charney? Well take a number, or better yet, take his number. That’s right, with a category 5 shitstorm brewing over revelations about the company’s discriminatory hiring practices, sizing practices and just about everything else, now the bum Los Angeles based clothier has decided to make Dov’s digits public.
Been wondering why you often stumble upon Chanel suits and Louis Vuitton bags—still bearing their original price tags and ripe for the second-hand taking? Well wonder no more. Apparently you have the lifestyles of the rich and richer to thank because according to the Wall Street Journal, all those pricey discards are evidence that being a socialite is really hard.
When eBay cleaned up its fashion offering — in presentation, anyway — we became a little more willing to shop there. Because now the site’s clothing, shoes and accessories are a lot easier to navigate, so it only takes a few clicks to find what you really want.
NBC’s reality competition show “The Biggest Loser” is branching out into the activewear market with a new line of workout gear designed by Australian designer Bruno Schiavi.