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We don’t know about you, but makes us feel better about shopping than when we’re shopping with a company that tries to effect social good.
Marriage equality has been the issue on everyone’s lips this week, as the Supreme Court justices hashed out the implications of the Defense Of Marriage Act in oral arguments yesterday in Washington, DC. But while we will have to wait until June for the final rulings on the challenge to Proposition 8, in the meantime we’re taking a look back at the weddings, engagements, protests, arguments, and public displays of support we’ve seen in the fashion industry in the past few years.
For most hairstylists, a well-known and influential lady in government would be a dream client. But Antonio Darden, a hairstylist in New Mexico, has refused repeated requests to book appointments for Gov. Susana Martinez because he doesn’t like her stance on gay marriage.
Window displays and advertisers have been gearing up for Valentine’s Day. Some storefronts fill their windows with an explosion of crimsons and pinks, while other companies adhere to the age-old advertising law: sex sells. But Armani Exchange may take the cake for this year’s Valentine’s oversexed ads which picture three couples – a gay male couple, a heterosexual couple, and lesbian couple – oiled up and lustfully embracing.