Kenneth Cole Partners With Broadway’s ‘The Prom’ to Support LGBTQI+ Equality

Kenneth Cole has joined forces with Broadway’s new musical comedy, “The Prom,” to support human rights of LBGTQI+ people and equality.
The partnership includes a fund-raising initiative for the UN Foundation in support of UN Free & Equal, a global public information campaign of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to promote the fair and equal rights of LGBTQI+ people globally.
“The Prom,” which has been in preview, officially opens Nov. 15. The musical takes place in a small town in Indiana, where a high school student isn’t permitted to bring her girlfriend to their prom. Several actors travel to Indiana to support the girls’ cause.
“We have been supporting social justice and equal rights issues since its inception and specifically for the LGBTQI+ community for over 25 years,” said Kenneth Cole, chairman and chief creative officer of Kenneth Cole Productions. “We’re proud to partner with ‘The Prom,’ not just because it is an extraordinary theatrical production, but also because of the shared values it portrays and the important story of inclusion and acceptance that it brings to life.”
Inspired by the Act 1 finale of “The Prom,” Cole has designed a custom T-shirt which reads, “Today Is Not a

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Rémy Martin Partners With Don C

Rémy Martin is exploring product collaborations.
The liquor brand is introducing The Collector’s Series, which will feature capsule collections from various designers.
First up is the “Just Rémy” collection that is designed by Don Crawley, better known as Don C, who currently collaborates with Nike on sneakers and has his own line called Just Don.
“Rémy Martin has been a cultural icon for me and my community growing up on the South Side of Chicago, and I’m honored to partner with a brand that has been such a big part of my history,” said Crawley. “This project allowed me to effortlessly integrate my passion points and personal style to a collection that is unique to Rémy Martin. Throughout this creative process, our brands consistently remained inspirations to one another and this ‘Just Rémy’ collection is truly a one-of-a-kind showcase for both Rémy Martin and Just Don.”
The line, which will launch in Chicago later this month, will include the 1738 Sneaker Box, patterned with Just Don’s signature snakeskin detailing and featuring a bottle of premium Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal with branded “Just Rémy” sneaker laces.
“Rémy Martin is excited to present ‘The Collector’s Series’ and unite the world of luxury and lifestyle through collaboration,”

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Talbots Partners With the ‘Christmas Spectacular’ Starring the Radio City Rockettes

HOLIDAY CHEER: In one of the more unexpected branding coups, Talbots has partnered with the “Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes,” and will be the official women’s fashion and footwear partner.
In addition to being a sponsor with presenting sponsor Chase, the Massachusetts-based chain of boutiques will have a replica storefront in the department store scene during this year’s “Christmas Spectacular” production at Radio City Music Hall. That scenario centers on two brothers who are on the hunt for the ideal Christmas gift for their sister and they wind up on a wintry adventure to discover the magic behind Santa Claus.
The Talbots-Rockettes connection will not only be on the historic hardwood stage at Rockefeller Center. The high-kicking dancers will be featured in Talbots’ holiday campaign, which will encompass the holiday catalogue and the retailer’s site. For the crucial fourth-quarter selling season, Talbots has recruited the Rockettes to field their share of meet-and-greets and to make cameos at select customer events at the Talbots Madison Avenue flagship.
Set to bow Nov. 9, this year’s production will feature a more technologically advanced “Christmas Lights” finale, combining innovation — futuristic digital projections with more traditional aspects that will extend the show beyond the stage.
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The Tie Bar Partners With Vitale Barberis

The Tie Bar wanted to test out a more premium product, so it partnered with Vitale Barberis, the Italian mill, on a line of seven ties and two bowties constructed with fabrics sourced from the mill.
“The Tie Bar has always taken pride in bringing our customer a premium quality product at an unbeatable value,” says Allyson Lewis, chief executive officer of The Tie Bar. “Our customer has been asking for a higher-end offering for years, but it was important for us to find the right partner to maximize the value for our customer.”
The line features premium Italian wool fabrics that retail for $ 35. The Tie Bar’s typical pricing for ties is $ 19. It includes windowpane patterns coming in trending colors for fall. The line was meant to complement The Tie Bar’s collection of dress shirts and pants. It’s available at The Tie Bar’s six permanent stores and its e-commerce site.
The Tie Bar has also expanded its distribution strategy and signed a deal with Destination Hotels. Its products — ties, bow ties, pocket squares, belts and socks — will be available to purchase at six Destination Hotels in the U.S. The capsule includes a custom tie and bow tie designed exclusively

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Fox Alum Missy Birns-Halperin Joins National Geographic Partners

Missy Birns-Halperin has joined National Geographic Partners as exec VP of global talent. The hire is a sign of Nat Geo’s push to expand its profile in the talent community, as well efforts to engage directly with fans and pursue more elaborate marketing campaigns. Based in Los Angeles, Birns-Halperin will report to Chris Albert, exec […]

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Stacey Bendet Partners With Booking.com for Alice + Olivia Presentation

ALL ABOARD: All in all, the end of summer is not a welcome sight, but Stacey Bendet will be doing what she can to extend the season on Sept. 11.
Through a partnership with Booking.com, the chief executive officer and creative director of Alice + Olivia will be giving fans a glimpse of a 74-foot fashion yacht docked at Chelsea Piers. Guests at her Alice + Olivia show will board the vessel, and select travelers will have a chance to book an overnight stay.
Guests en route to her “Passport Wonderland” spring collection will start their voyage at the south entrance of Chelsea Piers to embark on an interactive trip. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom yacht will be adorned with Alice + Olivia designs to accentuate the globetrotting theme. Upstairs at Pier 59 Studios, there will be vignettes meant to be reminiscent of Positano, Italy; Paris; Morocco, and the English countryside. Trying to bring the Booking.com site to life, the location will be set up with decor inspired by real destination properties that it offers. Throughout the space, there will be models wearing the label’s spring designs.
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Uniqlo Partners With Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to Launch Katagami Collection

LINE THEM UP: With art pretty much always being in fashion, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has teamed with UNIQLO to launch the Katagami UT collection.
Inspired by katagami stencil from the museum’s collection of Japanese art, there are eight T-shirt designs for women and seven for men. The artsy items are being sold in Uniqlo stores and through its e-commerce site, as well as through the MFA Signature Shop. This launch builds upon the 10-year partnership both parties formed last year.
Hand-carved from paper with intricate designs, katagami stencils are traditionally used to dye cotton, silk or other textiles for Japanese garments. MFA curators worked closely with Uniqlo to select patterns from the Museum’s collection of 4,200 katagami stencils, most of which were brought to Boston by William Sturgis Bigelow, who was one of the first Americans to live in Japan. Bigelow played a key part in establishing the Japanese collection at the MFA, which now totals nearly 100,000 objects in all genres. The Uniqlo-MFA collaboration makes its debut 108 years after the MFA held an exhibition spotlighting katagami stencils — not only as tools, but also as works of art in their own right.
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Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion

While Google’s search engine remains blocked in China, the company is courting allies there by providing tools and support to a growing number of app developers, manufacturers and advertisers in the region.
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Beats by Dre Partners With Violet Grey on Limited-Edition Headphones

Beats by Dre, the multibillion-dollar, Apple-owned headphones company, is venturing outside its music/sports/youth comfort zone by partnering with a select few specialty retailers, including Los Angeles-based beauty retailer Violet Grey.
Violet Grey’s branded digital content appealed to Beats, as did the opportunity to gain exposure to a hip and cultured group of women. Meanwhile, Violet Grey will gain exposure to Beats’ urban, streetwear-oriented crowd.
“Beats has always been on our list of brands we love,” said Violet Grey founder Cassandra Grey. “I’m a marketer at heart and the story of how Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine marketed the headphones through sports culture really inspired me. When it comes to curating nonbeauty products we think about what brings us joy, what’s convenient and what could most benefit our lives. Headphones are one of those accessories that have become a staple in our wardrobes. They’re a necessary luxury.”
Beginning Thursday, the Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones in matte black will be available for $ 349.95 among the rest of the Violet Code-approved product lineup on VG.com.
The partnership will be feted tonight during a private event at Violet Grey’s Melrose Place retail studio, where the two companies will host about 40 female celebrities and influencers including January Jones,

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Theory Partners With Phaidon

NEW YORK — Architecture is always a reference point for Martin Andersson, the men’s creative director at Theory. But this time, he’s letting consumers in on the process.
On Tuesday night at Theory’s Meatpacking District store, Andersson presented his men’s pre-fall 2018 collection, which was situated next to Marvin Rand photographs that will be up in the store for a week or so. The late photographer is known for his graphic photographs of California architecture and landscape, which is documented in “California Captured,” a recently released book published by Phaidon.
“I’m really inspired by Los Angeles and all the facets of L.A.,” said Andersson. “It started with me looking at David Hockney paintings and some midcentury architecture, then we started thinking about the Theory man in L.A. and this whole little world came up. Then we had the opportunity to partner with Phaidon around this book, which captures exactly what influenced the collection.”
To further celebrate the partnership, Theory will hold a panel discussion at its Meatpacking District flagship on June 5 that will feature Andersson; Sam Lubell, who edited the book, and Giancarlo Valle, an architect. As retailers look for ways to connect with shoppers, panels are becoming a regularly utilized tool.
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Farfetch Partners With Stadium Goods on Sneaker Hub

Stadium Goods is infiltrating another space not typically known for sneaker reselling.
Shortly after revealing that it would have a concept space within Nordstrom’s men’s store in New York — it’s still to be determined when that will be up and running — the sneaker retailer has teamed with marketplace Farfetch to sell a curated selection of its inventory on Farfetch’s new sneaker hub, which launches today, and will feature shoes from a variety of international retailers. John McPheters, cofounder and chief executive officer of Stadium Goods, which received backing from LVMH Luxury Ventures in February, said the company will select a specific collection that targets Farfetch’s luxury consumer base to be sold through its site.
“Farfetch is the leading global technology platform for the luxury fashion industry. With their expansive global reach, this partnership gives Stadium Goods the opportunity to tap into a sophisticated customer base that appreciates the quality and craftsmanship of the products we sell,” McPheters said. “In addition, the partnership allows us to continue bolstering our presence in the international luxury market and gives Farfetch the chance to offer authentic and sought-after sneakers and streetwear to its growing customer base.”
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Dauphin Partners With Goop on Limited-edition Designs

FINE AND FRENCH: French contemporary jewelry brand Dauphin has teamed with Goop on an exclusive range of rings.
The pieces, as well as a limited selection of permanent Dauphin designs, are to be retailed through Goop’s Dallas and Santa Monica bricks-and-mortar boutiques.
Goop is the third U.S. retailer for Dauphin, adding to a stockist list that also includes Dover Street Market New York and Barneys. The house says this is a strategic move to increase its presence in the U.S. market.
Dauphin founder Charlotte Dauphin de la Rochefoucauld said of the partnership: “The Dauphin x Goop limited-edition capsule collection is a reinvention of the house’s classic Disruptive rings. Incorporating brilliant-cut diamonds for the first time, the series is an ode to Goop’s essential, refined and elevated aesthetics.”
Rings will be priced upward of $ 2,675, available through Goop beginning April 12.

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2(x)ist Partners With Mr Turk on Holiday Collection

Underwear brand 2(x)ist is trying out collaborations.
The company has teamed with Mr Turk, a men’s contemporary line, on a holiday collection that will be sold exclusively on 2(x)ist’s e-commerce site and within Mr Turk’s eight boutiques in the U.S.
“I think that collaborations are becoming even more relevant in the marketplace and it’s a great way to connect brands that have synergies and an overlapping consumer base,” said Tom Speight, the president and chief executive officer at 2(x)ist. Mr Turk is known for the use of unique prints and textures and we are known for our well-fitting underwear and loungewear. We speak to that Millennial consumer who likes fashion and is not afraid to be bold.”
The collection, which includes 12 stockkeeping units, is made up of popular 2(x)ist silhouettes in Mr Turk prints. It includes loungewear, underwear, onesies and special pieces like a smoking jacket-inspired robe. There will also be gift sets, that are new for 2(x)ist. Most of the collection is under $ 100, but certain items like the sleeping jacket will retail for $ 400.
According to Speight, the goal is to broaden distribution for spring 2019.
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Housing Opportunities Community Partners Inc. Receive Tribute & Discount Cards by Charles Myrick of ACRX

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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Olivela Partners With CARE for ‘Creating Choices’ Initiative

Olivela, a philanthropic shopping site, has partnered with global nonprofit humanitarian organization Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere on “Creating Choices” initiative.
The partnership connects refugee girls at risk of becoming adolescent brides with prominent influencers who have curated shopping boutiques with the aim of funding a year of education for each girl via CARE.
Olivela sells luxury fashion, accessories, jewelry and beauty, with a portion of proceeds from every purchase benefiting children’s charitable partners. Brands on the site range from Valentino, Stella McCartney, Carolina Herrera and Marc Jacobs to Victoria Beckham, Rochas, Prabal Gurung and Jason Wu.
For International Women’s Day today, Olivela will launch the initiative by donating 20 percent of proceeds of every purchase to CARE’s Gift of Change: Child Marriage Prevention and Services. Influencers will curate an Olivela shopping edit, asking their community “to do good” simply by buying products they love with the goal of funding one year of school (or 300 days) for their refugee girl via CARE.
Initial curators include makeup artist Pati Dubroff, fashion influencer Sai de Silva of Scout the City and fashion editor Kahlana Barfield Brown and fashion illustrator Meagan Morrison of Travel Write Draw.
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Arab Fashion Council Plots Arab Fashion Week Riyadh, Partners With British Fashion Council

LONDON — The Arab Fashion Council is starting to lay the foundations for the development of a sustainable infrastructure across the Arab world, with a strategic partnership with the British Fashion Council and the debut of the first Arab Fashion Week in Riyadh.
The nonprofit organization, which represents 22 countries across the Arab world and has recently set up a regional office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is aiming to use the event as a platform to support local talent, as well as international names looking to enter the Arab market.
“The history and trajectory of the BFC goes hand in hand with what we are trying to achieve: nurturing young talent and adopting an international vision,” said Princess Noura Bint Faisal Al Saud, the organization’s honorary president.
In turn, the AFC will work toward providing opportunities for London-based designers to tap into the Arab market.
Jacob Abrian, the founder and chief executive officer of the AFC, pointed to the fact that their efforts are aligned with the government’s broader vision to diversify the economy of Saudi Arabia and create opportunities for its increasingly young generation — 70 percent of the population being under 30. “Most Arab countries are looking to diversify; Abu Dhabi, for example, announced that

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La Redoute Partners on Antifashion Movement

MISSION POSSIBLE: Comeback kid La Redoute figures among the latest partners of trend forecaster Li Edelkoort’s campaign to shake up the fashion system. The movement grew out of a 4,400-word antifashion manifesto penned by Edelkoort in 2015 – detailing “Ten Reasons Why the Fashion System Is Obsolete” and meant to help define a game plan for the next decade.
Edelkoort at a press conference held at the Espace Paul Ricard in Paris on Wednesday presented the third edition of a yearly meet-up around the antifashion theme, cofounded by Stéphanie Calvino.
Set to run June 1 to June 3, the event will feature roundtables and workshops, with participants including Demna Gvasalia of Vetements, Ilaria Venturini Fendi, founder of Carmina Campus, and Géraldine Vallejo, sustainability program director at Kering.
Present at the conference, Philippe Berlan, deputy general manager of La Redoute, explained how the firm — despite the twists and turns in its story — has managed to remain based in its historic headquarters in Roubaix in northern France.
The leading French clothing and home furnishing catalogue, which started out as a wool mill 180 years ago, was part of Kering’s portfolio until 2014 and has just been sold to Galeries Lafayette Group.
“We witnessed the demise of France’s textile industry, and with

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Nicole Miller Partners With RevelGlam for NYFW

RevelGlam, a new company that applies artificial intelligence and image recognition to fashion forecasting, has partnered with Nicole Miller for NYFW. The designer will pilot the fashion-tech company’s software: photos from the brand’s NYFW show will be used to predict the next wave of fashion trends.
RevelGlam is a “style-forecasting solution that helps designers, retailers and fashion industry professionals stay ahead of trends and gain an artificially intelligent edge over competition,” the company says. It was cofounded by Steve Eichner, veteran fashion and celebrity photographer, and Daniela Kirsch, a full-stack developer from Berlin.

“Our platform creates a new layer of value from celebrity and event photography, Eichner says. “With a smart analysis of today’s trendsetters, you can build the business of tomorrow.”

RevelGlam uses insights from celebrity sightings, runway shows, influencer activities and consumer behavior through image recognition technology and cognitive computing, which will allow brands and retailers to predict trends and gauge demand.
“RevelGlam gives us a clear, measurable look into the future,” says Bud Konheim, chief executive officer of Nicole Miller. “The world is increasingly dependent upon data-optimized decision making, and the fashion industry must keep pace.”
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Help For Medicine Donated To Partners In Wellness By Charles Myrick of ACRX

ACRX Recognition Gallery: American Consultants Rx
http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Victoria Beckham Partners With Reebok, Plans Collaboration for Next Year

BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM: With her new deal with Reebok, Victoria Beckham is the latest designer to link up with a major athletic brand.
The British-born designer let her 17.6 million Instagram followers know by posting a video of herself wearing the Club C sneakers outside of the company’s new Boston headquarters. She made the most of her first day on the scene, hosting an all-company meeting, touring the office, checking out the brand’s archives and holding initial design and planning meetings.
The choice of Beckham is meant to further Reebok’s message of women’s empowerment, which includes a roster of internationally known personalities like Ariana Grande, Gigi Hadid, Aly Raisman and Teyana Taylor. With four children and a multimillion-dollar business, Beckham would appear to have little time for exercise. Whippet-lean as she is, Beckham has spoken publicly about her daily two-hour morning workouts and healthy diet. Reebok executives undoubtedly approve of that regimen. The fact that Beckham’s designs are meant to relay a sense of strength, confidence and power also met their approval.
Beckham said, “I have always championed instilling confidence in women and Reebok is a brand that has been at the forefront of this same message for decades. To have the

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Indochino Partners With Canadian Media Company

Indochino, the Vancouver-based made-to-measure men’s brand, has a new partner.
The company has created what it is calling “a strategic partnership” with Postmedia, a Canadian media company representing more than 200 newspaper brands across Canada.
Under the terms of the deal, Postmedia has committed to invest more than 40 million Canadian dollars of media money in the brand over the next five years.
Postmedia will help Indochino grow its market share in Canada by promoting the company through print, digital and native advertising to its 13.4 million monthly unique digital visitors and 8.3 million weekly print readers in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and other emerging markets in Canada where Indochino has less of presence.
“We’re proud to be symbiotically aligned with Canada’s largest newspaper company, which provides credible sources of news via its digital and print network to two in three adults,” said Drew Green, Indochino’s chief executive officer.
“As part of our 2016-2020 plan, we’ve boldly sought out strategic alliances to help us achieve our business goals and this mutually beneficial partnership will no doubt have a profound impact on our growth in Canada.”
Green said the deal will serve to boost the brand’s marketing activities while lowering one of its largest expenses.
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Google Partners With Emerging Artists to Design Pixel 2 Cases

Google has a very long and varied partner list, including Wal-Mart, Harvard Medical School and every major beauty influencer on YouTube. Over the past year, the tech giant has added more artists and designers, thanks to Google Artworks Series collaborations with Jeff Koons, Jeremy Scott, Opening Ceremony, FriendsWithYou and Skrillex, among others.
Today, two more officially join the ranks: The company worked with Los Angeles-based digital artist Petra Cortright and graphic artist Baron Von Fancy from New York on customizable Google Artworks Live Cases for its new Pixel 2 smartphone.
Emerging and influential artists, Cortright and Von Fancy each created a series of limited-edition digital canvases, giving the public access to their work in a convenient and affordable way. Customers can print the canvases for their cases or download the wallpapers for their homescreens from the Google store for $ 40.
Cortright’s digital canvasses showcase her signature impressionistic digital landscapes, formed from computer-rendered marks and strokes. “For my work, I source images from the Internet, and Google Images has always played a huge role in finding material,” Cortright said. “I thought it was kind of cool that this project would allow for my work to come full circle.”
The artist also conveyed her appreciation for

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Perry Ellis Partners With Amazon Alexa

Perry Ellis is tapping into the voice activation market.
The men’s wear brand has teamed with Amazon to create an “Ask Perry Ellis” skill, or a set of built-in capabilities, that works with the voice-activated Amazon Alexa device to offer styling suggestions for various occasions.
“Over the years, we’ve seen men’s dressing habits evolve from wearing clothes for one specific occasion to the need to wear clothes for many different occasions,” said Melissa Worth, Perry Ellis’ president, before presenting the new technology on Thursday morning at The Standard Hotel in New York’s East Village. “At Perry Ellis, we are committed to providing solutions that are going to help him feel comfortable, look stylish and be appropriately dressed for any occasion on his calendar.”
According to Worth, after surveying a group of men, the team at Perry Ellis found that 81 percent of them had challenges getting dressed and 45 percent said the biggest struggle was getting dressed for a specific event and making sure they were appropriately dressed.
Perry Ellis is hoping to remedy this with “Ask Perry Ellis,” which allows men to ask Alexa what to wear for a particular event — the skill is programmed to respond to 150 different occasions ranging

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Call for same-sex dance partners on Strictly

Strictly Come Dancing should include same-sex couples, according to contestant the Rev Richard Coles.
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Dior Maison Partners With Themis Zouganeli on Tableware Collection

LONDON — Dior Maison has tapped Themis Zouganeli for its latest homewares collaboration.
Zouganeli and Dior Maison creative director Cordelia de Castellane, who was appointed to this position in March, were friends who shared a love of Mykonos before the collaboration came about and had discussed the possibility of working together in some capacity before the collaboration became a reality following talks with Dior in February.
The Themis Zouganeli x Dior Maison collection, called “Skorpios,” consists of tableware, including dinner plates, dessert plates, cups, espresso cups, platters and serving bowls, all of which are now available at the Dior Maison stores in London, to be followed by launches in Paris, Geneva, Monaco, New York and Asia later this month.
This collaboration follows partnerships with designers including Yann Debelle De Montby, Michael Cailloux and India Madhavi on items like a backgammon box, playing cards and ceramic plates that launched in the House of Dior boutique in London earlier this year.
Work has already begun on a second collaboration for fall 2017 between Dior Maison and Zouganeli, who launched her eponymous homewares collection, Themis Z, in May this year, following a successful career as an interior designer.
Themis Z is stocked at retailers including Alex Eagle Studio,

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Citizen Watch Partners With Billie Jean King

Citizen Watch is teaming with tennis legend Billie Jean King.
The former world number-one women’s player and 12-time Grand Slam champion is the subject of the forthcoming feature film “Battle of the Sexes,” starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell.
Citizen, this year marking its 25th year as the official timekeeper for the U.S. Open, has pledged itself as the “exclusive timepiece sponsor” for the film. The movie is due in theaters on Sept. 22.
As such, Citizen has also pledged involvement with King’s Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative, which looks to engage younger generations in the game of tennis and promote gender equality.
Ellen Seckler, Citizen’s executive vice president for marketing, said of the brand’s new partnership: “It was a natural choice for us to partner with such an inspiring individual, such as Billie Jean King, who holds true many of the same ideals as Citizen. King’s nonstop initiatives to bring equality and fairness to the world, sports and beyond, mirrors Citizen’s existing efforts to empower and support our younger generations.”
King said Citizen “over the years has distinguished itself by supporting causes focused on equality. Together with Citizen and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative, we will present many exciting programs and amplify the messages

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Alternative Apparel Partners With Paramount on ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ Tote

CARRYING THE TRUTH: Alternative Apparel has teamed with Paramount Pictures to create an exclusive tote bag in honor of Friday’s release of the documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.”
Perhaps knowing how environmentally minded fans of the first film, “An Inconvenient Truth,” were, Alternative Apparel has only manufactured 75 tote bags. Shoppers will have their work cut out for them trying to buy one of the $ 25 items in the retailer’s stores in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, or on the brand’s e-commerce site. The Alternative Apparel x An Inconvenient Sequel Tote features graphic art from a limited-edition poster commissioned for the film by Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One. The reusable bag is made with eco-friendly fabrics consisting of a mix of jute and cotton blend.
A limited run of 100 of the tote bags was made for Paramount Pictures to use at its discretion, but not to sell.
“An Inconvenient Truth” was the catalyst for Fairey’s involvement with anything related to climate change and environmental issues so he was happy to have his team on board with the sequel to help raise further awareness, according to Victoria Yarnish, supervising director for the Fairey Companies, which includes his Obey clothing

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Archroma Partners With FIT for the First Archroma Color Center

FIT’S NEW COLOR WHEEL: The Fashion Institute of Technology is home to the first Archroma Color Center at a college or university.
As part of its plan to team with leading global universities, Archroma, a Swiss resource for color and specialty chemicals, has partnered with the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Textile Development and Marketing department through the Archroma Color Management service business. In the new Archroma Color Center, FIT students have access to color management tools for their design projects, while getting more hands-on experience that helps to prepare them for careers in the fashion and textiles industries.
Having had a relationship with FIT through the years, Archroma wanted to partner with an entity that connects with a lot of students and has great standing in the industry, according to Chris Hipps, global director of Archroma Color Management, which is housed in Charlotte, N.C. About 50 to 100 companies including American Eagle Outfitters are working with similar tools that the students are using.
“We want the students to be familiar with the modern tools that they will experience when they get out into the work world. Designers and fashion designers in particular really want to have an unlimited color range to choose from,”

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Elie Tahari Partners With IHL Group to Produce Sleepwear and Intimates

Elie Tahari is moving into new categories.
The New York-based brand has signed a licensing deal with IHL Group to develop, produce and distribute sleepwear and intimate apparel for men, women and children.
“We are delighted to partner with IHL Group on this exciting new category for our brand,” said Elie Tahari, chairman and chief executive officer. “IHL Group is a proven leader in the intimates and sleepwear industry and we look forward to a very successful partnership.”
The collection, which will hit stores by July 2018, will include women’s bras, underwear and sleepwear made with lace detailing and exclusive prints along with men’s undergarments and children’s pieces. IHL Group is projecting that in its first year the collection will do $ 10 million in sales at wholesale.
Sami Souid, president of IHL Group, said the deal “represents an important step for IHL Group in our ongoing strategy of enhancing our global brand portfolio and further establishing our presence within the intimates and sleepwear industry across all major channels.”
The contract is a six-year deal that grants IHL Group exclusive rights for these collections to all retail channels, including department stores and specialty stores throughout North America.
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L.A. Dance Project Partners With Ermenegildo Zegna Couture for Marfa Performances

ZEGNA SUITS UP DANCERS: L.A. Dance Project’s founder and artistic director Benjamin Millepied used his artistic vision to help dancers make an impression at Marfa.
For the troupe’s “Marfa Dance Episodes” last weekend in Marfa, Tex., all of the dancers wore Ermenegildo Zegna Couture custom-designed looks by artistic director Alessandro Sartori. He flew in for the performances, which were hosted by the Donald Judd-started Chinati Foundation and featured a series of live-streamed events, which were inspired by Chinati’s art collection.
The collaboration for the dancers’ fluid wardrobes stemmed from Sartori’s interest in the arts and his eagerness to partner with his friend Millepied. The duo decided to go with lightweight fabrics in a range of muted colors such as concrete gray, white, indigo blue and camel. To help keep the dancers in motion, they wore exclusive blends of silk and jersey that were meant to relay modern design. During his tenure with the LADP, Millepied has called in a range of talent for select projects including John Baldessari and Christian Lacroix for new sets, and Karl Lagerfeld, Gareth Pugh, Mary Katrantzou and Iris Van Herpen for new costumes.
The Paris Opera’s director of dance at one time, Millepied is a movie director who

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Nas Partners With The Thread Shop

Nas is capitalizing on the Nineties nostalgia wave.
The rapper and entrepreneur is teaming with The Thread Shop, Sony Music’s licensing and merchandising creative agency, to produce an apparel and accessories collection.
“The work Thread Shop is doing now is incredible,” said Nas. “They are the experts when it comes to strategic artist collaborations and were the obvious choice when I was looking to work with a full service creative agency. We are going to collaborate on a variety of projects this year. I’m excited for people to see what we have in store.”
This is a homecoming of sorts for Nas, who is currently under Mass Appeal Records but signed his first deal in 1992 with Columbia, which is a subsidiary of Sony.
“There is a resurgence of Nineties hip-hop as a trend and he’s definitely at the forefront of that,” said Frances Wong, vice president of The Thread Shop. “We are excited about reaching out to his fan base and continuing his legacy.”
In 2013 Nas launched Hstry, an apparel line he created with Grungy Gentleman. In 2014 he relaunched it as a stand-alone brand and last year he worked with Sony Pictures Consumer Marketing on a Hstry fashion collection to coincide with

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Talbots Starts Summer Book Club, Partners With Random House

THROW THE BOOK AT THEM: Talbots has rolled out a give-a-book-get-a-book program to give shoppers yet another reason to visit its stores.
Through the Talbots Summer Book Club, the retailer has set up a book exchange where customers are encouraged to drop off a favorite read that has impacted their lives, and in turn they can pick up another book that someone else recommends. Understated bookplates (that reference Talbots) are being provided to customers to write a note about why that book is meaningful to them before it is passed along to the next reader. (May also happens to be the American Association of Publishers’ “Get Caught Reading” month.)
Talbots’ end game is to create a makeshift lending library, which will lead to repeat visits by shoppers all summer long. The plan is to have thousands of books in circulation in time for the summer book reading season. At the end of the summer, any books remaining in stores will be donated to local organizations, allowing these novels to impact communities on a larger scale.
As of Memorial Day weekend, Talbots will be expanding the Book Club through a partnership with Random House that will tout some of the publisher’s leading writers. Each

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Caraa Partners With Equinox for Gym-to-Work Limited-Edition Tote

With a new collaboration with Equinox and another one in development with Swarovski, Caraa, a 16-month company that specializes in stylish bags for the gym-to-the-office, aims to generate $ 2.3 million in sales this year.
That would be a considerable hike for a company that started selling in January 2016 and tallied $ 250,000 in annual sales. “The Equinox Tote” has a hidden shoe compartment, ultralight waterproof nylon lining and matte black hardware. The Caraa x Equinox design doubles as a backpack, and it has enabled the start-up to increase distribution in Equinox clubs from five to 45.
During the initial design process, creative director Carmen Chen Wu camped out at the juice bar in Equinox’s SoHo club for people watching. Caraa cofounder and chief executive officer Aaron Luo said, “She sat there with the team pretty much off and on for three months to see what kinds of bags people were wearing. We always joke about how we are in the market to solve two problems for women — the too many bags problem and the ugly gym bag problem.
“We stopped a few members, chatted with them, we spoke with the stores. But for us, we don’t believe in coming up with a

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Randa Partners With First Insight

Randa, a men’s accessories wholesaler, is tapping First Insight for its consumer-driven predictive analytics.
Starting this month, Randa will look to First Insight for design, buying and pricing decisions about the accessories it produces for its brands, retail partners and consumers.
“We are dedicated to making our partners successful. Offering the right assortment through the right channel at the right price is critical for growth — and that requires timely and accurate information,” said David J. Katz, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Randa. “We are excited about our partnership with First Insight because their predictive analytic platform will enable us to elevate the discussion we have with our retail and brand partners, make more informed recommendations based on direct feedback from consumers and drive better business results and increased consumer satisfaction.”
First Insight’s analytics are based on its online social engagement tools that gather real-time preference, pricing and sentiment data on potential product offerings. First Insight then uses this information to determine what products have the greatest opportunity, which allows Randa to quickly evaluate its designs and base production and pricing on consumer inputs.
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Bombas Partners With Authentic Brands to Launch Muhammad Ali-Inspired Socks

SOCK IT TO HIM: The sock maker Bombas and Authentic Brands Group, the owner of Muhammad Ali Enterprises, have linked up for a multiyear partnership to market the Muhammad Ali brand.
The prized athlete, activist and humanitarian died last summer at the age of 74.
Built on the policy that one pair of socks is donated to an underserved person for every pair purchased, Bombas has donated more than two million pairs of socks to date across the U.S. Cofounder David Heath said, “Muhammad Ali is not only an icon for his athleticism, but also for his charitable efforts. His devotion, perseverance and generosity have served as longtime inspiration for us, and we are proud to introduce a partnership that celebrates his greatness, both in the ring and in the community.”
The former heavyweight champion was also dogged about activism. He helped expedite the delivery of medical supplies to an embargoed Cuba, provided more numerous meals to the world’s impoverished and met with Saddam Hussein in 1990 to help secure the release of 15 U.S. hostages from Iraq.
The Muhammad Ali x Bombas collection will draw inspiration from iconic quotes, images and the personal style of “The Greatest of All Time.” The launch will be supported

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Andre 3000 Partners With Tretorn

Andre 3000 Benjamin has a new job.
After a relatively busy 2016 — he appeared on songs with Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, Solange and Kanye West — the artist and Outkast member will now work with Tretorn, the 126-year-old Swedish footwear and outerwear brand that was purchased by Authentic Brands Group last year.
According to Nick Woodhouse, ABG’s president and chief marketing officer, Tretorn was looking for an influencer of sorts and reached out to Benjamin, who just happened to be a fan of the tennis sneaker.
“It was very serendipitous,” Woodhouse said. “We wanted to work with Andre because he resonates with all ages and he’s an OG. He’s not a flavor of the month. There are a lot of terrific, young influencers out there, but Andre is established. These young kids are reaching out to him to collaborate. That’s why we did this.”
The stylish rapper, who is 41 years old, will appear in Tretorn’s global brand campaign for fall, which will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its classic Nylite sneaker, and design a capsule collection of footwear for 2018. Woodhouse said Benjamin will work directly with Marc Fisher, who holds the Tretorn footwear license, to update its traditional styles and create new

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Marimekko Partners With Equality Now for Partnership to Encourage Women’s Empowerment

THE STRIPES HAVE IT: With activism very much in vogue these days, Marimekko is reigniting its commitment to women’s empowerment through a partnership with the women’s rights organization Equality Now.
Through the end of February, Marimekko will donate $ 10 from the sale of each of its Tasaraita-printed garment to the group that supports human rights of women and girls globally. First designed in 1968 by Marimekko designer Annika Rimala, the even stripe collection was meant to be a symbol of equality. Created when jeans were becoming increasingly popular with women and men, her intention was to create timeless garments that would suit anyone regardless of age, size or gender. Current options include the “Lyhythiha” jersey cotton short-sleeve shirt at $ 95 and the “Tuika” long-sleeve dress at $ 265. The initiative is planned for the company’s U.S. stores and its e-commerce site.
The company decided to celebrate the meaning of Tasaraita by supporting Equality Now, which is in sync with Marimekko’s heritage of furthering women’s empowerment. Ninety four percent of the Finnish sportswear, textiles and home goods employees are women. Marimekko president and chief executive officer Tiina Alahuhta-Kasko said Wednesday that the brand has “empowered people around the world to be true to who they

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What Sex Therapists Tell People Whose Partners Don’t Want Sex

Being in a relationship with someone who’s disinterested in sex can feel incredibly lonely. A discrepancy in desire is more common than most people realize, though. 

What’s the best way to address it with your spouse? Below, sex therapists share the advice they give people with higher sex drives than their partners.

1. Be honest with your spouse about your needs.

Don’t shut your partner out and quietly suffer through your sexual frustration. The first step you should take to improve your sex life is to tell your S.O. that you wish you were intimate more frequently, said Keeley Rankin, a sex therapist in San Francisco, California. 

“See how your spouse responds,” she said. “Listen to what they say, feel and say they want. You never know, they may want more closeness as well.”

2. Discuss the things that make sex possible and the barriers in the way.

Without asking, there’s no way of knowing why your spouse is disinterested in sex. Maybe they’re just exhausted and too stressed out by the day’s end to initiate sex. Or if they’re experiencing sexual dysfunction of some kind (premature ejaculationerectile dysfunction or a lack of vaginal lubrication, for instance), it makes sense that they’re apprehensive about initiating sex. 

“You have to consider the life, emotional and physical barriers that can affect sex and shift libidos,” said Elizabeth McGrath, a sex therapist and educator who works in the Bay Area. “If your spouse has been caring for others all day, for instance, they might not feel ready for sex until they’ve had a moment to themselves to feel nourished and decompress.”

Once you’ve pinpointed some potential causes, figure out a workaround as a team; schedule a doctor’s appointment if there’s a physical barrier to sex, or give your spouse some totally kid-free “me time” if exhaustion is the problem.

3. Try seduction, not criticism or pressure. 

A slight mismatch in libido can easily become a larger one if the lower-desire spouse is badgered about the issue, said Danielle Harel, a sex therapist and the co-author of Making Love Real: The Intelligent Couple’s Guide to Lasting Intimacy and Passion

The mismatch often creates a cycle where the spouse with the higher sex drive complains, compares or criticizes their partner and the partner ends up having sex out of obligation, she explained. 

Instead of pressuring your spouse, “see if you can find out what turns them on the most and try seduction,” Harel said. “Try saying (and really meaning), ‘It’s fine if we don’t have sex tonight but would you be willing to just open up to see if you start to get turned on?’”

She added: “Just because you start, doesn’t mean you have to go all the way. Make sure you have this agreement with your partner.”

4. Take turns initiating intimacy. 

If you’re locked into a cycle of initiation and rejection, ask your spouse if they’d be willing to initiate some form of intimacy every few days, said Moushumi Ghose, a sex therapist and author of Classic Sex Positions Reinvented. 

“Take turns each day initiating some kind of touch, even if if the goal isn’t orgasm, but just non-goal oriented sexy time,” she said. “The next day, the other person initiates. This can help balance out the playing field.” 

5. See if your spouse is willing to make out. 

Reconnecting sexually is all about taking slow, measured steps. If your partner is willing to have a hot make-out session or just touch, be open to that, said Celeste Hirschman, a sex therapist and the co-author of Making Love Real: The Intelligent Couple’s Guide to Lasting Intimacy and Passion.

“Oftentimes, when people are asking for sex, a lot of what they want is just enthusiastic, loving connection.” Hirschman said. “Just remember: You both have to be enthusiastic about it; it won’t be fulfilling if your partner just gives you sex without being present or enjoying the experience themselves.” 

6. Get outside help. 

Instead of dwelling on what’s missing in the relationship, consider the bond and attraction that still exists and build on that, McGrath said.

“Explore workshops, sex education resources and sex therapy that can expand your sexual horizons,” she said. “Look at what is possible and continue to talk about what else you can do together as a team.”

7. Keep bringing your sexual energy, but in a loving, calm way.

Don’t lose heart if you’re the higher-desire partner, said Ian Kerner, a sex therapist and New York Times-bestselling author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman.

“Higher-desire partners often get frustrated and feel rejected, creating a sexual disposition that is impatient and brittle and temperamental,” he said. “This often worsens the dynamic around sex and sometimes the higher-desire partner may opt out altogether, which is equally bad.”

The best thing you can do, according to Kerner, is to “stay in it to win it. That means nurturing arousal through positive acts of intimacy.”

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GANT x Future: Iconic Retailer Partners with Design Students

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GANT “Oxford Fitted Shirt” styled by Sophia Charles. Photographed by Danielle Rueda

Steve Jobs and Leo Tolstoy shared a surprising creative belief. The simplest things are the hardest to master. “You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make something simple,” said Jobs. This fall, in the heart of San Francisco, a Menswear Styling class has been working on a project unlike any other in the industry: reinventing the classic white button-down. Except this isn’t an ordinary school project but a collaboration between the iconic US retailer GANT and the Academy of Art University School of Fashion. This unique engagement marked the first time the brand has partnered with an educational institution. The one-of- a-kind incentive is having their work showcased at the GANT flagship store in San Francisco. What a great experience!

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GANT “Oxford Fitted Shirt” styled by Teresa Tran, modeled by Red Thompson, makeup by Sean Stahl. Photographed by Vince Aung

Eleven senior styling student were given a GANT shirt and the liberty to reinterpret it for a lookbook. The only direction was to focus on the versatility of the garment without having it resemble another line. Every step of the process was in the hands of the students. In an interview with Fashion School Daily, the Assistant Director of Styling in the School of Fashion, Flore Morton stated that she "wanted students to build full stories, investigate brands, and think like designers.” The students turned for inspiration to the brand’s stylish present and captivating heritage.

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GANT “Oxford Fitted Shirt” styled by Nhu Dao, modeled by Red Thomspon, makeup by Thu Conteras, Hair by Stuart Wong. Photographed by Gyuho Park

GANT was founded in 1949 in New Haven, Connecticut. It has since expanded globally beyond menswear into other market segments creating a name for itself as a premier lifestyle brand with aims to increase its reach by 2020 under the new direction of global CEO Patrik Nilsson. GANT has originally been associated with effortless Ivy League style and quality tailored shirts. In addition to the classic sportswear heritage GANT line they’ve also launched GANT Diamond G and GANT Rugger, contemporary lines reflecting diverse aesthetics.

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Customized GANT Rugger “Kick Ass Oxford Printed Block Shirt” styled by Hoilee Heung. Photographed by Mariya Stangl.

Back to the earlier simplicity discourse. Tolstoy argued that “the simplest thing cannot be made clear to the most intelligent man if he is firmly persuaded that he knows already, without a shadow of doubt, what is laid before him.” Students had to start from clean slate. Fangdi Li opted to use the GANT Rugger Indigo denim shirt for her nocturnal vision: draping of the shirt on the body in a linear way over a black hoodie for a restructured silhouette. Teresa Tran kept the focus on layering possibilities. She infused vintage pieces with the GANT shirt that was accented with accessories influenced by the subcultures of the film “This is England”. Sophia Charles drew inspiration from the GANT Instagram account and the French film “La Haine” for her minimalist yet bold version with accessorized with electric red tape. Overall, the results showcased GANT adaptability and immense talent of the Academy students.

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GANT “Oxford Fitted Shirt” styled by Sophia Charles, modeled by Keoni Kai, hair and makeup by Jessica Katelynn Clark. Photographed by Gabriel Isak

The Academy is the only American school with an accredited styling program! It seems like a natural fit for the school and the brand, both of whom focus on quality, innovation and laying a foundation for a more fashionable future. For the creative director Christopher Bastin, it’s all about legacy, “having a legacy is something that sets you apart and gives you authenticity and credibility. And, most importantly, it gives you a platform and security as a brand.” This pioneering collaboration also benefited Fashion Journalism students who were assigned to follow the process closely and report on it via various outlets. Stephan Rabimov, director of Social Media Center and Fashion Journalism, commented: “Opportunities like this benefit all involved. Our students loved working with GANT. We salute the GANT team for their visionary leadership and look forward to providing more professional experiences that are not available at any other institution.”

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Styling processes of Fangdi Li (left), Nhu Dao (center) and Karina Widjaja (right).

The finalist looks from the GANT x Academy of Art collaborations will be presented at GANT’s San Francisco flagship store at 552 Hayes Street on January 19, 2017, from 5 to 7 p.m.

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Private-equity firm Blackstone Group is in talks to take a stake in assets owned by Energy Transfer Partners LP, according to people familiar with the matter, as the natural-gas pipeline owner seeks to complete its $ 21 billion sale to a sister company.
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Story Boutique Partners With Cigna for ‘Feel Good’ Store Concept

Wall Street-ers and presidential debate watchers may not be the only ones who aren’t feeling so good, given the shaky economy. But with the newest incarnation of her Chelsea boutique Story, Rachel Shechtman is trying to up the wellness factor.
Through a new partnership with the global health service company Cigna, Story will spotlight “Feel Good” from Jan. 19 through Feb. 28. Timed to appeal to all those New Year’s resolutionists, the concept will tap into local wellness experts like Well + Good, and the store layout targets three areas — Good Plan for preventative care, Good Vibes for mindfulness and Good Eats for nutrition.
Building on the Coach by Cigna app, the store aims to create “a 360-degree experience,” according to Shechtman. Some of the more unexpected finds in the Good Vibes section include a Cigna Virtual Relaxation Pod that uses Oculus technology to create three VR environments as well as guided meditation. Le Beanock’s hanging chair system and a Snarkitecture-created light installation C by GE connected LED bulbs will also be in the mix.
Good Plan area will spotlight QuardioArm, a Bluetooth-enabled blood pressure monitor, Withings’ newest connected watch The Activate Steel and Sensoria Sock for runners looking to improve their

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National Jewelry Institute Partners With Parsons

The National Jewelry Institute is going back to school.
Following its gala dinner at the Louvre in July, the institute will kick off its next banner initiative on Monday: a week of jewelry-centric courses held at The New School’s Parsons School of Design. The five-day program will be broken down each day into morning and afternoon sessions. Morning sessions will be held at a private club on Park Avenue and cover the topics of high jewelry and watches, presented by Yvonne Markowitz, curator of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Pascal Ravessoud, director of the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, respectively. Afternoons will be focused on off-site visits, such as the vault of the Museum of the City of New York, Vacheron Constantin, Christian Dior, and the home of jewelry collector Susan Gutfreund. Lunches will include special guests each day, including Henri Barguirdjian, president of Graff Diamonds, Daniel Paltridge, president of Bulgari Corporation of America, and Thomas Bouillonnec, president of Piaget.
The program kicks off on Sunday evening with a cocktail party held at NJI president Judith Price’s home, and will wrap up on Friday evening with a graduation ceremony at Parsons hosted by Dean Joel Towers, where all participants will

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‘America’s Next Top Model’ Partners With Simply Be

SEEKING REAL WOMEN: “America’s Next Top Model” host Tyra Banks is all about acceptance, so it’s fitting that British multichannel retailer Simply Be is partnering with the show for a season-long empowerment campaign. The company is sponsoring a challenge during Wednesday’s premiere with the help of the CW show’s Cycle 10 “Fiercely Real” winner Whitney Thompson. Ty Alexander, Kelly Augustine and “ANTM” judge Kelly Cutrone will share their girl power message during a Simply Be-hosted screening party at New York’s Soho House.
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When Your Partner’s Self-Centeredness Isn’t Explained By Narcissism

Sometimes I see individuals in therapy, or couples in couples’ counseling, where one partner continues to insist that something is “just wrong” with the other.  Usually, they are referring to a lack of empathy and a self-absorbed nature, but also a person whose behavior just seems “weird” or “off.”  This person often seems very selfish and mean, but there is also this niggling feeling that he or she genuinely doesn’t intend to be this way, and literally does not understand how reciprocal intimate relationships generally work.

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Often, these people think that their partners must be narcissists.  They identify with both the Mr. Perfect and His Crazy Wife dynamic and the Wife Who Wants More and Her Annoyingly Satisfied Husband dynamic.  They believe that their partner acts self-absorbed because he was raised by narcissists, or because he is defending against low self-esteem or insecurity.  But, despite all of these explanations, they still feel like something doesn’t add up.  For instance, the supposedly narcissistic partner is not charming and able to manipulate social interactions, but instead often seems awkward or uncomfortable around others.  And their rude comments often don’t seem to be rooted in an actual desire to be mean.  In fact, they often have no idea why others take offense to what was just a “factual” comment.  These social/emotional deficits bring us to another possibility: Asperger’s.

Asperger’s is no longer a formal diagnosis in the DSM, and is now considered part of the autism spectrum, and diagnosed as “Autism Spectrum Disorder.”  But here’s what its symptoms used to be:

  • average or above-average intelligence
  • difficulties with high-level language skills such as verbal reasoning, problem solving, making inferences and predictions
  • difficulties in empathizing with others
  • problems with understanding another person’s point of view
  • difficulties engaging in social routines such as conversations and ‘small talk’
  • problems with controlling feelings such as anger, depression and anxiety
  • a preference for routines and schedules which can result in stress or anxiety if a routine is disrupted
  • specialised fields of interest or hobbies

There is also a new diagnosis now, Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder, that is also similar to many of the criteria in Asperger’s, and it focuses on an inability to understand the social rules of conversation, difficulty picking up on others’ verbal and nonverbal cues, and a lack of understanding of nuance and ambiguity in interactions.

The overlap of self-centeredness can prevent easy differentiation between the disorders, and some clients, like this guy, come in having done a lot of research and can’t figure out whether they are narcissistic or Aspies.  Here are some examples of how interactions tend to go with each:

Wife: My clothes don’t fit anymore.

Narcissist: Well, maybe you should work out like I do.

Aspie: Well, maybe you should work out like I do.

The same, right?  But then it diverges:

Wife: Why are you always so mean?

Narcissist: Look, I’m sorry, but you know you aren’t motivated to work out and sometimes I’m just tired of hearing you complain.

Wife: Do you even feel attracted to me anymore?

Narcissist: I mean…. yeah, of course.  But you know, it’s been a while since the baby was born, and you yourself don’t feel comfortable at this weight.

Note that the narcissist knows how his statement made his partner feel, and was actually manipulating the interaction to capitalize on this insecurity for his own benefit, which would be getting a more attractive partner that reflects better on him.  But here’s how the interaction would continue with an Aspie.

Aspie: What?

Wife:  What do you mean ‘What?’  You know I just wanted you to be reassuring.

Aspie: Then why did you ask?  I can never do anything right.

Wife: I’m upset!  Why are you just STANDING THERE?

Aspie: What do you want from me?  What am I supposed to do?

Wife: I told you!  People need affection and love when they are upset!  We even read that book.

Aspie: But you’re yelling at me.

Wife: [cries, or walks out]

Aspie [goes back to what he was doing, sad that his wife is so sensitive and unpredictable and his marriage is not easy]

As you see, in this case, the spouse slips easily into a role where she is explaining how interactions are “supposed to” work.  This is a usual dynamic for them.  His comment about her weight was not half as bad as the fact that he isn’t even aware why it would upset her.  Then that wasn’t half as bad as that she has told him one million times that he should hug her when she is upset, and he doesn’t remember, or he doesn’t seem to care.

A narcissist usually knows what’s going on in his relationship.  He or she can understand another person’s insecurities and exploit them for good or bad ends.  The narcissist also requires a lot of admiration and affirmation.  The narcissist can be self-centered in bed, but can usually act and even feel both romantic and passionate, particularly when being admired, as in the honeymoon stage of a relationship.  Narcissists CAN empathize with others, but often choose not to, because these other people are not as important as the narcissist.

An Aspie often has no idea why partners act as they do.  Other people’s emotions are a mystery.  The Aspie doesn’t require excessive admiration, and if they brag about their accomplishments, it’s not to get a response but because they think it’s the facts.  The Aspie doesn’t usually feel much in the way of romantic passion, and if you look back to your early courtship, it’s like that the non-Aspie partner always felt this, and may have invented romance in their own mind.  Aspies are UNABLE to empathize in a deep way with other people, particularly other adults with complex emotions (although they are often good with small children or animals).  Therefore, they can love, but their partners often do not feel known or understood on a deep level.

Here’s some more examples to discriminate between Aspies and narcissists.

Narcissist: I need you to come with me to my work dinner, even though it’s when you were going out with friends.

Spouse: But you didn’t give me any notice.

Narcissist: Do you understand that everyone’s partner will be there?  This isn’t some Girls’ Night Out that you can reschedule.

….versus…

Aspie: I’m going to my work dinner and I know you have plans so I didn’t ask you to come.

Spouse: Wait, what?  Is this an important thing?  Are spouses coming?

Aspie: Yes but you had plans so I didn’t ask.

Spouse: I mean, do you want me there?

Aspie: You have plans.

And here’s an example of why relationships with narcissists can be addictive:

Narcissist: You looked so hot tonight.  All the guys wanted to take you home, but you’re all mine.  I knew I loved you since I saw you in the dining hall in college.

…versus….

Aspie: Thanks for coming to my work dinner.  What time is your alarm set for in the morning?  I have an early conference call.

The narcissist knows exactly how to get a mood going.  He is buoyed by the success of taking you out and showing you off.  He can then become wrapped up in your love story and knows how to convey this to you.  The Aspie is happy you came to his work dinner.  Another note: both of them want to have sex that evening.  Sadly, only one of them will.

Often, Aspies look fairly normal at work and may even have many friends, but if you look closely, the relationships at work and with friends are usually based on shared interests and not much emotional connection.  (Many men are like this, but sometimes they do have deeper, emotional conversations, even couched with humor. We are talking about the situation where you cannot even visualize your partner having an intimate emotional discussion with anyone, even a sibling or parent.)  Also, in more superficial interactions, the Aspie can fake it.  He has frequently learned social scripts to deploy in common situations.  But intimate relationships are more complex, so he will often use the same script in multiple situations with a partner, but this comes off discordant, insensitive, or robotic.  For instance, many Aspies will follow the same pattern in all sexual encounters, or during most phone calls.

If you realize that you are married to an Aspie, there is hope and a lot of reading material, likeMarriage and Lasting Relationships with Asperger’s Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder).  But the prognosis is usually best if the Aspie knows what he is working with and is open about how his behavior is not normative.  Then, he can intellecually empathize with his partner’s unfulfilled need for the emotionality, romance, and connection he is not providing.  Aspie spouses have many strengths, like stability, predictability, faithfulness, strong work ethics, and strong moral codes.  Aspies of both genders usually don’t affiliate with traditional gender roles, so this isn’t the guy that will refuse to do housework out of some ego thing, or the woman who won’t change a tire out of a notion that she shouldn’t have to. (However, if you’re turned on by a take-charge guy or a flirtatious woman, your spouse is likely not that.)  Aspies are also often very kind, and try not to hurt anyone.

Couples counseling can help you and your Aspie partner accept and make sense of your dynamic, as well as give you concrete tools for communication and help guide the Aspie to better express himself verbally and emotionally, as well as how to pick up on your cues.  Whatever you decide, looking through an Asperger’s lens often makes sense of a relationship that previously seemed completely confusing and hopeless.

Last points:  Remember that everything is a spectrum.  Your Aspie may not be this severe, but if something feels “off,” it’s worth thinking about this more, because it can make you feel better and more tender and understanding to your partner.  Also, it is worthwhile to introspect about why you subconsciously chose your Aspie.  It is likely that a parent was, if not Aspie, emotionally tone-deaf, and your deep seated fantasy was always to have them change their behavior to meet your needs.

Till we meet again, I remain, The Blogapist Who Says, Also It’s Often Comorbid with Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD.

This post was originally published here on Dr. Psych Mom. Follow Dr. Rodman on Dr. Psych Mom, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Order her book, How to Talk to Your Kids about Your Divorce: Healthy, Effective Communication Techniques for Your Changing Family.

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How Can We Get Our Partners to Do What We Want?

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One of my friends believes that his wife should have more photos of him on her social media site, and he feels bad about it. His mistake is in thinking that those two things are connected — her action and his feeling — because attaching a feeling to a should doesn’t get us what we want.

Shoulding on our partners will not fill our needs. So these statements won’t help: “You should come home when you say you will!” “You should stop spending all our money!” “You should pay attention to what I say!” “You should treat me better!”

Should-statements don’t work. They do provide important clues about our needs and expectations though. Problems begin when we make our needs someone else’s responsibility and then believe we have the right to get angry about it.

Our anger indicates an action for us to take, not someone else.

In a recent article on how to get what we want from people, I wrote that we train everyone in our lives how to treat us, through our response to what they do. So changing our partner’s behavior begins with changing our own.

Here’s how it goes: We have a need – but instead of taking care of it ourselves, we hold our partners responsible for filling it. What begins as an expectation turns into a should, and then becomes a demand. When our partners don’t respond the way we want, we feel desperate. Then we choose anger, to manipulate them. It doesn’t work. So then we grab a missile out of our black bag.

What’s a black bag? That’s where we’ve been storing information about our partners. It includes whatever words they’ve told us that they “just can’t stand,” whatever actions they’ve said that they “won’t tolerate,” secrets that no one else knows about them, and especially anything they’ve ever told us that they don’t like about us. All of that has been stored for future use, in case we dislike our partners’ behavior and want to fire a missile at them.

Of course, our partners also have black bags by now, and they’ll probably return the fire. Matching missile for missile may provide some dysfunctional satisfaction because at least we’re both paying attention. But the result is that no one’s need is met.

What will work better? Creating conditions and perspectives that support success!

• Discuss issues when they’re not heated. Make criticizing, complaining and blaming off limits. And avoid saying always, never or you.

• State the need: “This is what I’m requesting.” And explain why it’s important to you.

• Also find out what your partner needs. Listen for keywords and ask open questions.

• Agreeing to disagree won’t be enough, so find a solution that works for both of you.

• Hug it out and say, “Thank you!”

All of this is about focusing on what is going well so that what is not can transform – because focusing on solutions depowers problems. And when being solution-oriented becomes second nature, answers begin showing up even before the problems do.

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