Sustainability: Essential strategy for the fashion industry

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ESEE Model Management, the agency representing the Russian teen, denied claims that she was overworked and exhausted. On Weibo, the company said it “feel[s] sorry that we lost an angel,” but said she had worked a legal eight hours a day during her time in the country. “Dzyuba had 16 different jobs during her two-month stay in China, she had regular breaks while working,” Zheng Yi, the company’s chief executive, told the Chinese state-run Global Times Sunday. “Most of her work was completed within eight hours. Her workload was moderate compared with other models.”

The Initiatives in Art and Culture will present its annual Fashion and Design Conference next month.

This year marks the event’s 19th iteration. It is to be titled “White: Palette Prism, Possibility.” The conference will be held on Nov. 10 and 11 at the Graduate Center for the City University of New York.

IAC founder Lisa Koenigsberg said of the conference’s theme: “A central visual and cultural communicator, color is an incredibly important element in creative industries, both from an aesthetic standpoint and when we examine the associated deeper meanings. In this conference, the color white is examined as a powerful statement of purity and tradition, and as a catalyst for change — a color of origins, of new beginnings and of hope. We believe this hope and the notion of new beginnings is manifested through design and is a driving force throughout the world.”

Speakers include Jason Wu, Hilldun Corp. chief executive officer Gary Wassner, Zac Posen, Shinola president Jacques Panis, Robert Verdi, Daphne Guinness and Ralph Rucci.

Discussions include symposiums like “50 Shades of White: Exploring Color.” That particular talk is to be led by Donald Kaufman, founder of Donald Kaufman Color.

Other discussions include panels on sustainability and the bridal jewelry market.

Kourtney Kardashian is in the best shape of her life, and to celebrate, she’s created a smoking hot fashion line to show off her equally smoking hot body.

Leaving the peplums of the Dash franchise firmly behind, the 38-year-old has gone all out with her pretty little things range, which features everything from sexy frillies through to daring lace-up dresses.

The capsule collection features 40 pieces in total, all designed by the mother-of-three, who says the line was inspired by another very sexy lady.

Read More You’ll need to ditch your underwear to get away with this one (Image: Kourtney Kardashian x Pretty Little Thing) The cheeky collection oozes bedroom glamour (Image: Kourtney Kardashian x Pretty Little Thing)

“My inspiration behind the collection was studio 54, seventies Cher vibes, we wanted to do bright colors like, add a little life to it with sequins and faux fur and it’s turned out really amazing,” she said.

“It’s been amazing working with PrettyLittleThing because it’s fun accessible fast fashion.”

Read More Kourtney is on fire right now (Image: Kourtney Kardashian x Pretty Little Thing) It includes an array of silky smalls (Image: Kourtney Kardashian x Pretty Little Thing)

The range includes cheeky satin numbers with lacy bits, barely-there minis with the kind of cut-outs that only the brave like Kourtney could carry off.

There’s also a nod to eighties power dressing with lime fur coats and bright pink jumpsuits, along with heaps of sheer mesh and bandage detailing.

Kourtney has undergone a body transformation since welcoming third child Reign in 2014.

The bright fur jackets give a nod to eighties power dressing (Image: Kourtney Kardashian x Pretty Little Thing)

At last check, the reality star had lost more than 2st, and to stay in killer shape, she steers clear of cellulite-inducing sweet things, including pop and who-bought salad dressings, and also watches her booze intake.

“When I eat sugar, I find that more cellulite appears,” she previously told People magazine. “When I do drink, I go for either tequila on the rocks, beer or wine,” she said. “If you’re cutting down on sugar, it’s good to know that rosé wine usually has less sugar than red or white.”

PrettyLittleThing by Kourtney Kardashian launched today at www.prettylittlething.com, with prices starting from just a tenner!

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