Month: February 2021

4SDesigns Fall 2021 Menswear Collection

It reads like a fable: On the mountains of Italy’s Marche region lives a subspecies of sheep called sopravissana. Their wool is prized, used by all the most famed luxury companies in the world. Angelo Urrutia of 4Sdesigns wanted to use it to make a sneaker. The wool was knit into a sock-like upper. Then he told the factory to brush it to fluff it up like shearling. The artisans balked; only a crazy person would brush sopravissana wool. He gave them an ultimatum: “Do it or I won’t make the sneakers.” So the wool was brushed and the sneakers were produced and worn in Urrutia’s new lookbook.

Every item in Urrutia’s fall collection combines craftsmanship and ingenuity. A bouclé bomber jacket featuring a tulle overlay looks from afar like a regular men’s jacket but up close it has the beauty and intricacy of a Chanel tweed. The collection’s plaids,

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Sweet Hearts: Parks & Rec alters Valentine’s observance | News

VALDOSTA – Not able to host its Valentine’s Day social for its clients with special needs, the parks and rec authority found an alternative.

Annually, the therapeutics department of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority hosts a social for the Young Adult Club, a program that was started more than 15 years ago for teenagers and adults with special needs. 

The social takes place the second Thursday of February. 

Due to the pandemic, the authority adjusted its yearly observance by donating Valentine’s Day gift bags to club members Thursday. The recipients retrieved the bags from the authority’s main office.

“We have missed our YAC members and wanted to let them know that they are loved,” Tammy Crosby, therapeutics coordinator, said. “Even through this pandemic, we are doing everything we can to stay engaged and provide fun activities.”

She said she hand wrote 150 post cards for club members. The

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Akshaya Alshi is a famous Fahion Influencer in the Industry, with exceptional creative skills and talent

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Meet the famous Fashion influencer of the country who is dominating social media. Alshi is a popular face in the field of fashion industry and socially dominated platform , Instagram. Alshi’s key to success is to think from her audience’ perspective and get inspired from little things that surround her. Alshi entered the fashion industry by being the face of India internationally, getting recognised in the country by the brands progressively.

She has a massive presence on Instagram as ‘Akshaya Alshi’ with a whopping number of followers. She creates content on fashion , luxury and lifestyle.

She has an enormous presence on Instagram as ‘Akshaya Alshi’ with a huge number of followers. Her audience loves her sense of fashion. She is a Fashion influencer and creates daily fashion inspiration for her generation. She established herself as a renowned fashion Blogger and influencer in a due course

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The Cult-Favorite Products You Need To Achieve Your 2021 Skin-Care Goals

The drawback to making New Year’s resolutions lies in the fact that they must be conceived and implemented on January 1 and on that day only — otherwise you will have already failed and, well, better luck next year. We’d argue: Resolutions, goals, do-overs, proverbially wiping the slate clean, can happen any time you want so long as you have the willpower and intention to make that commitment.So here we are, a little more than a month into the new year, and what better day to start reevaluating your approach to beauty than *checks calendar* February 11? In partnership with Sunday Riley, we compiled a list of long-overdue beauty to-dos we want to achieve in 2021, like actually treating maskne rather than tolerating it or finally being a grown-up and incorporating a retinoid or getting more sleep (or

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Free sustainable fashion classes from the Slow Factory Foundation

Fashion And …

Slow Factory Foundation

Fashion And Colonialism:

This class examines the current practices like sourcing, manufacturing, and exporting waste that replicate colonialism and exploitation in fashion — and explores potential solutions. 

Start date: February 12

Instructor: Céline Semaan, a Lebanese-Canadian researcher, designer, public speaker, entrepreneur, and the co-founder and executive director of Slow Factory Foundation.

Fashion And Waste:

The Kantamanto Market in Accra, Ghana case study is the foundation of this class which takes a granular look at fashion’s waste crisis. 

Start date: February 19 

Instructor: Liz Ricketts, a designer, educator and co-founder of The OR Foundation, a USA and Ghana based non-profit working at the intersection of environmental justice, education and fashion development. 

Fashion And Culture:

Fashion is a critical part of culture. Learn the best practices for impacting culture through fashion and how culture moves the needle. 

Start date: February 26

Instructor: Tracy

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Man found half naked sleeping in camper inside business

600 block of Sackman Street – A man said he noticed property belonging to his recently deceased wife missing from the residence, including jewelry, clothing, eye glasses and camera tablet.

Prospect Elementary, 485 Gilbert Ave. – A woman told officers she used a debit card to place a lunch order and left it on her desk. She said she didn’t think much about it until 4:15 p.m. she received a text alert of a card transaction regarding two charges. She canceled her card.

200 block of Mulberry Street – Officers arrested two people after being called to a residence on a well-being check of children. A man was given a felony warrant on possession of drugs and he was jailed. A woman was served a copy of her warrant. Richland County Children Services was called.

400 block of Davis Road – A woman reported telecommunications harassment and said her former

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