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WWD, Parsons, Yellowbrick Launch Online Fashion Business Course

WWD has teamed with the Parsons School of Design and the education platform Yellowbrick to produce Fashion Business Essentials — an online course digging deep into the trends shaping the industry today.

The program includes over 15 hours of instruction and project time offered across five modules hitting topics as diverse as “Entrepreneurship and the Fashion System,” “Managing Fashion Production,” “Fashion Branding,” “Marketing Strategies,” and “Retailing and Distribution.”

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Those who complete the course, which can be found at www.yellowbrick.co/FashionBusiness, will earn a noncredit certificate from Parsons.

Yellowbrick previously produced a Sneaker Essentials course and also collaborated with Parsons for a Fashion Industry Essentials course, seeking to introduce people to the intricacies of the industries they love while also helping to identify possible career paths.

At least two big names in basketball have used the courses to build their fashion chops, including the Suns’ Langston Galloway, who

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In an unexpected move, Facebook blocked news content on its sites in Australia, and also stopped people outside the country from viewing Australian news publications on its platforms. The social-media giant took the action after the lower house of parliament passed a bill that would force it to pay for news content that has been shared by users; it says the law is unclear about what constitutes “news”. 

Facebook’s defiant tone was a stark contrast to Google’s global agreement to pay News Corporation for content from its publications, which include the Wall Street Journal and the Sun in Britain. Google was also under threat from the proposed law in Australia and had warned that it would shut its search engine there.

Bernard Arnault, the chairman

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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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Columbus Woman Takes Clean Approach To Business

COLUMBUS, Ohio — While November is the official World Vegan Month, it’s a year-round lifestyle for Jaclyn Peresetsky, founder of Skin Perfect spa and Color Me Perfect cosmetics.

“Being from art school, Columbus College of Art and Design, I was obsessed with just the idea of color and makeup and I wanted someone to have healthy skin, but also makeup is something we wear all day long every day, so I wanted it to be a healthy product for them as well,” said Peresetsky.


What You Need To Know

  • Jaclyn Peresetsky is the founder of Skin Perfect spa and Color Me Perfect cosmetics
  • She started the spa in 2006, and makeup in 2010
  • Products are all vegan and they focus on clean beauty and specializing products for clients

She went on to become an esthetician and worked for Ohio State Plastic Surgery. In 2006, she took the leap and opened

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Houston small business owner getting a boost from well-known company

In our ongoing Rebound and Recovery series, a Houston small business owner is getting a boost thanks to one well-known company.

If you’re a Houston woman, chances are you have LAMIK Beauty products in your makeup bag. 

The brand has been sold in Nordstrom stores and shops across the country, but the pandemic hasn’t been kind to many business owners. So LAMIK’s latest support from a national company couldn’t come at a better time.

“My whole adult life I’ve been an entrepreneur. Am I crazy or am I what,” laughs LAMIK Owner Kim Roxie. 

The brilliant and beautiful business owner started her own makeup company when she was just 21-years-old. 

“I know this is an oil and gas city, but we are

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