April 11, 2021

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Diamond Day! Scott Disick, Amelia Gray Hamlin Go Jewelry Shopping: Pics

These rocks won’t lose their shape! Scott Disick and Amelia Gray Hamlin are still going strong, hitting a high-end jewelry store for a little bit of browsing.

On Thursday, April 8, the couple were photographed shopping in downtown Miami with a bodyguard in tow. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 37, and the model, 19, have been in the Sunshine State all week.

Though their destination was a luxury boutique, the pair both opted for casual outfits. Hamlin looked relaxed in a black tank top, denim cutoffs and black slides, while Disick kept it comfortable in camo shorts

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Meet Memorial Day, the Knitwear Label Bella Hadid and Ella Emhoff Can’t Get Enough Of

“Definitely! I get lost in crocheting so much that sometimes I lose track of time or forget to sleep. Turning to crochet has worked out really well, particularly being indoors so much. I’m lucky that it only takes a hook and some yarn — it’s so simple and I don’t need any machines. Luckily, sourcing yarn has been pretty easy. I only buy it from Joann and I buy in bulk. Eventually, I want to switch to more sustainable and even deadstock yarn.”

Who would you most love to wear your designs?

“Harry Styles. He’s such a big star and

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International Women’s Day 2021: 101 best women-owned brands

Despite the frequent interchangeability of phrases like “women-owned” and “female-founded,” the two terms aren’t always related — a female-founded brand might not be owned by a woman anymore and a presently-women-owned business might not have been founded by a woman. During social-minded instances like International Women’s Day, understanding what each label denotes could mean the difference between supporting a brand that’s actually run by women, or one that happens to have women working within it, for example Proactiv was founded by two female dermatologists is now owned by Nestlé.

SKIP AHEAD Women-owned products | Women-owned brands

47 percent of

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For Valentine’s Day, Traceable, Transparent Jewelry Supply Chains

(New York) – Jewelry and watch companies should improve efforts to ensure that human rights are respected in their global supply chains, Human Rights Watch said today ahead of Valentine’s Day on February 14, 2021.

Human Rights Watch issued “20 Questions Company Officials Should Ask to Guide Action,” which jewelers and other industry experts can use as a starting point to understand a jewelry company’s sourcing practices and respect for human rights. The questions deal with a company’s transparency, traceability, and steps to identify and respond to human rights risks in their global supply chain, including at mines of origin.

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New York Fashion Week Men’s Day Hints at the Evolution of Menswear

What will menswear look like in 2021? As cultural ideas about what is considered masculine shift, so do traditional ideas of dress. Take the latest couture season as proof: Bespoke menswear found itself woven throughout collections from Valentino, Giambattista Valli, and Fendi during a week that is usually exclusive to womenswear. 

The emerging designers at New York Fashion Week Men’s Day perhaps exemplify the changing points of view about menswear best. Many of them offered genderless collections, while others debuted womenswear lines alongside their menswear. Others found inspirations in the past to lead us to a more harmonious future. Here,

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Go Red for Women Day kicks off American Heart Month

Feb. 5th is the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Day, which kicks off the start of American Heart Month. The goals are to raise awareness and save lives

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich — The color red symbolizes love, life and for the month of February, it represents heart health.

Friday, February 5th is the American Heart Association’s annual “Go Red For Women Day.” Launched in 2004, it is the AHA’s signature women’s initiative and the official kick off of American Heart Month.

“We are hoping that we will get women’s attention,” says Kellie Norton, with regional director with Blue

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