‘Minari’ Showcases Today’s South Korean Fashion

Ms. Choi credited a Korean television series called “Reply,” about a group of friends in the ’80s and ’90s. The three-part drama, one of the most successful shows from 2012 to 2016, is attributed with bringing back clothing from the era — mom jeans, classic American-brand sneakers, oversize sweatshirts.

It influenced Ms. Song, who was not actively following the newtro” trend during her preparations for “Minari.” “I am really excited to hear that Koreans are also adapting to this style,” she said.

Louis Park, 48, a former stylist who runs a vintage-style cafe in Seoul, said he wondered if Jacob, a character in the film played by Steven Yeun, was too stylish. “I looked at Steven Yeun’s character and thought, ‘This is a man who’d just be considered a fashionista today,” he said.

Myong Jung-woo, 37, who opened a vintage shop called Bubu1206 in 2017, said her closet consists of

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YB Zuraida Lauds Gamuda Land For Efforts In Sustainable Development

Housing and Local Government Minister (KPKT) YB Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin visited Gamuda Cove and Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands on April 22 in conjunction with Earth Day 2021, as part of KPKT’s drive towards improving the standard of sustainable land use and optimisation in the country. She was hosted by Gamuda Land Chief Executive Officer Ngan Chee Meng and Chief Operating Officer Aw Sei Cheh.

The visit, which showcased Gamuda Land’s mindful town planning in developing Gamuda Cove into a vibrant, smart and sustainable township, along with its stewardship of the surrounding ecosystem, underscores the developer’s mindful approach to good town-making in Gamuda Cove, and across its portfolio, over the years.

Building a sustainable township

“As we celebrate Earth Day, we must keep in mind that residential housing and development must take into consideration not just the needs of Malaysians today, but those of generations of home seekers to come. With

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Warehouse demand soars amid shift to online shopping

TORONTO — A boom in online shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic is making it tough to find warehouse space in many provinces, industry insiders say.

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Industrial space is being gobbled up at a dizzying rate as companies expand their storage and fulfilment centres to cope with the demands of e-commerce.

“We’re seeing multiple offers on any space that’s available, especially anything that’s existing and you can occupy this year,” said Jason Kiselbach, senior vice-president and managing director of CBRE Vancouver. 

“It’s super competitive.”

At the start of April, the commercial real estate company said Canada’s industrial markets are the tightest in North America and the country can’t build space fast enough to satisfy the “voracious” demand.

In the first quarter of 2021, CBRE found the industrial real estate availability rate across Canada sat at 2.9 per cent, down from 3.1 per cent in the

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Peak 10 Skin Celebrates 5th Anniversary and Announces New Products | Colorado

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo., April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — We’re hearing it everywhere: “Clean Skincare” and “Clean Beauty.” These buzzwords refer to safe, non-toxic products with transparent labeling of ingredients.

PEAK 10 SKIN™  is celebrating 5 years of “clean” as more than a buzzword, with 5 new products and a special on QVC.com.

Founded in April 2016 by highly respected skincare executive and brand developer, Connie Elder, Peak 10 Skin has always been about pure, clean, effective products. The line contains no parabens, no gluten, and is animal cruelty free with no artificial added fragrances in any facial products. Ingredient lists are short and understandable. With two decades of experience in the medical field, Connie learned those essentials that contribute to overall health. Positions with international skincare companies taught her the importance of using undiluted, active ingredients to create effective products.

Living in the high country of Breckenridge,

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