Day: November 15, 2021

Style Icon Jenna Lyons Makes Her Furniture Debut

Jenna Lyons in her Soho loft with a lamp, tables, and dining chair from her new furniture collection with Roll & Hill.

“I love playing with materials,” says Jenna Lyons, the New York-based fashion designer, style icon, and television personality. As the longtime creative force behind J.Crew, she made her name putting quirky-cool twists on preppy classics, layering chunky necklaces and sweatshirts with oversized blazers and pairing denim button-downs with, well, basically anything—even eveningwear. On our recent Zoom call, she wore a classic striped oxford and a navy trucker hat emblazoned with the Roll & Hill logo, a clue to her latest project: a debut collection of furniture with the hit Brooklyn brand.

After decorating her own trendsetting homes—the Park Slope brownstone, the SoHo loft—and overseeing the visual identity for countless stores, furniture was a natural pivot. “Design, for me, has always been about solving a problem,” she explains, posing

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The International Beauty Conference in Sanya to Showcase Global Beauty Forerunners

Published: Nov. 15, 2021 at 8:18 AM CST|Updated: 46 minutes ago

HAIKOU, China, Nov. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In Sanya, Hainan Province, China, the first Hainan International Beauty Selection Conferenc (hereinafter referred to as IBSC) will be held from April 16 to 18, 2022, according to the first Hainan Free Trade Port International Beauty Selection Conference press briefing on 15 November. Global exhibitors will come to attend the conference from nearly 30 countries and regions including Japan, Republic of Korea, France, the United States, Iran, and Thailand. They will bring with and showcase over a thousand brands and over ten thousand imported beauty consumer products. The conference will be an impactful stage for the opportunities and vitality of the fashion industry in Hainan Free Trade Port.

Hainan International Beauty Selection Conference
Hainan International Beauty Selection Conference

The conference will also provide a platform for

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Sustainable alternatives to fall fashion trends

The fashion industry has had a significant impact on our environment, but more and more people are opting for online shopping. Many of these sites also promote fast fashion. 

Fast fashion is the phenomenon of producing clothes for the rapid influx of trends through quick production at declining costs within the fashion industry, leading to waste. At the same time, we as consumers have become increasingly aware of our carbon footprint. 

However, when you want to invest in new clothing items, there are many brands that implement ethical practices and use recycled, natural materials. Here are some examples of sustainable alternatives to the season’s hottest trends, allowing you to simultaneously feel good and do good.

Puffer jackets 

These cozy coats are here to stay. Made with 100% recycled post-consumer plastic water bottles, the cropped puffer from Girlfriend Collective can keep you warm going into the winter months.

Lounge sets 


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