Migrant women's clothing label looking to grow its market
A sewing course to upskill refugee and migrant women in Auckland has turned into a fully-fledged clothing label which is looking to grow the business bigger.
Cotton Seed is the product of migrant women from all over the world who are designing and creating clothes in Auckland.
#JockWan diaries - It’s a tight fit in women’s clothes.
It’s been a memorable week. Solstice Star won again, a teenager from Nepal squeezed 138 pencils into his mouth and I completed my first canters on a fully-fledged racehorse. There was one other thing; I’ve taken to wearing women’s clothing.
It’s good to get that one off my chest (or more accurately my waist and legs), though I have to admit this is not exactly unfamiliar territory for me. There was a brief time at University when my fancy dress costume of choice was Baywatch.
Clothing the Gender Gap initiates important dialogue regarding heteronormative fashion
Boyfriend jeans. One Google search will reveal an abundance of stores from Urban Outfitters to Old Navy that sell denim for women under this name. But if you google “girlfriend jeans,” the same stores will pop up, again selling pants for women.
If boyfriend jeans are made for women, why are girlfriend jeans not made for a men?
Where to rent women’s designer clothing and accessories
Though the idea might seem a little strange at first, when we understand that we rent houses, cars, and movies… suddenly the notion of renting dresses and jewellery doesn’t seem so weird after all. If invited to an unexpected wedding or fancy event, sometimes we simply don’t have the correct attire in our wardrobes – and aren’t willing to part with the cash to pick up something we might wear only a few times.
Two women's clothing stores leave Lincoln
Two women's clothing stores are closing their doors in Lincoln. Ann Taylor Loft at SouthPointe Pavilions has been bought out by another retail company and closed last Saturday.
The Limited at Gateway Mall is consolidating its Lincoln and Omaha stores to one location at Nebraska Crossing in Gretna.