February 17, 2021

Day: February 17, 2021

Man’s awful chat-up line about woman’s ‘wide pelvis bone’ has left many ‘cringing’

When it comes to chat-up lines, most are cheesy at best, but some are just downright awful and creepy.

And one woman, named Rachel, was recently sent some particularly bad ones from a guy online.

Taking to Twitter, Rachel shared a look at three messages she was sent by a potential date, but if his words are anything to go by, they won’t be going out anytime soon.

She posted a screenshot of the conversation, which shows the messages clearly and it’s fair to say they did aything but woo her.

They read: “Anyway, u also seem like an easy-going

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For Fashionable Fans: 15 Pieces of ‘Bridgerton’-Approved Jewelry

Bingeing Bridgerton may be the one thing from 2020 we can welcome into this year. Shonda Rhimes’ Regency-era Netflix drama series debuted on December 25, 2020, but the obsession is still very real. It could be your first time watching Duchess Daphne played by actress Phoebe Dynevor fall for the Duke of Hastings AKA actor Regé-Jean Page or third going on fourth time through the first season. That’s how addictive the record-breaking series that reached 63 million households in one week is and likely will continue to be until the highly anticipated second season is released. 

The frenzied fandom isn’t

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Will K-fashion take off in the US?

Timed with its 10-year anniversary, South Korean fashion brand Greedilous launched in the U.S. last month via a direct-to-consumer site that sells its made-to-order styles. It marks the first time the brand has been available to U.S. shoppers, despite that it’s shown at New York Fashion Week, collaborated with popular U.S. brands, and been worn by celebrities including Cardi B and Beyoncé. 

According to founder and designer YounHee Park, she was advised to explore and expand to the U.S. market by a top Japanese buyer “because of the Hollywood influence.” Park said she plans to incorporate the brand’s celebrity fans

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Fashion Designer, Niiamar, Launches Documentary on Prime Video

NEW YORK, Feb. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Fashion and costume designer, Niiamar, launches his debut documentary on Prime Video.

The documentary, dubbed NIIAMAR: It Is What It Is, captures the inspiring experiences and challenges faced by fashion and costume designer, Niiamar Felder. Poised for a breakthrough in the fashion industry, NIIAMAR showcases the entrepreneurial spirit of a trail blazing talent. In this 26-minute film narrative, Niiamar designs a Fall (2014) collection, with a host of friends, all adding High Passion and High Drama.

Niiamar is a graduate of Florida A&M University (FAMU) and has been a fashion and costume

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