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Bags are in great demand today because both men and women can’t go out without them. It became a basic needs as well as luxury for rich and famous people. That’s the reason why fashion bags comes in wide range of brands, colors, designs, prices, shapes, sizes and styles today. One of the most popular types of bags that most women sought is the boho bags.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Globally recognised retailer ASOS has come under fire for allowing a "racist" listing on the site which featured a black man modelling a T-shirt with "Slave" written across it.
The design by Liverpool streetwear label Wasted Heroes was listed on ASOS Marketplace, the retailer's vintage boutique sister site, but quickly received backlash on social media, with people unable to understand how the image made it online.
-- Kerri (@Kerritweetz) February 2, 2016
Not sure what I'm more shocked by, ASOS promoting a clothing line called ‘Slave' or the black male that was happy to model it..?!
-- RA'ED (@RaedKhan_) February 3, 2016
ASOS trying to make being a slave indie pic.twitter.com/xDFTSS9ePG
-- hails (@danhails97) February 3, 2016
@ASOS_HeretoHelp please tell me how a shirt with "Slave" written across it makes the cut for your site.
-- PSL (@toasted_coconut) February 4, 2016
ASOS' customer queries Twitter account quickly responded to the criticism, removing the listing and apologising for "any offence caused". The online retailer Tweeted, "This was created by an independent seller on ASOS Marketplace and we took it down as soon as we saw it – sorry for any offence!" one Tweet read.
removed from the site, and we are now investigating the seller further. We apologise for any offence caused. (3/3)
-- ASOS Here to Help (@ASOS_HeretoHelp) February 2, 2016
The Seller has also apologised, admitting that it "was really extremely stupid of us" and that they intended for the shirt to be about "being a slave to the label".
@Urbanimated sorry, this wasn't meant to cause any offence and was about being a slave to a label. It really was extremely stupid of us
-- Wasted Heroes (Russ) (@WastedHeroes) February 3, 2016
Wasted Heroes is still available on ASOS Marketplace.
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She dominates the pop music industry, is a solid member of the modelling crowd, designs and even acts from time to time (yes, CSI and Valentine's Day count), so surely there's no sector left for Taylor Swift to weasel her way into, right? Wrong. So wrong.
The "Out of the Woods" singer is now making her foray into gaming, with Variety today announcing that Taylor has signed a contract with Glu Mobile, the same company responsible for "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood", which earned a cool $43 million in its first three months. With Tay recently trumping Kimmy K's Instagram following, the reality star better watch her throne.
The game is not expected to be released until later this year, with Glu CEO, Niccolo de Masi explaining, "We realize that Taylor and her global fan base expect a new and highly differentiated mobile gaming experience."
He continued, "Glu is equally committed to designing never before seen gameplay elements that utilize Taylor's unique creativity. Accordingly, we will spend the required development time to ensure this innovation is achieved."
Unsurprisingly, Glu Mobile's stock jumped more than 26 per cent after its deal with Taylor was announced. While this will mark the pop singer's gaming debut, Taylor has extreme influence in the technological sector.
Remember when she pulled her catalogue from Spotify in 2014 over payment terms and confronted Apple Music for not paying artists during the service's three-month free trial period, which saw Apple reverse the policy?
We'll just take this as another step towards her world domination, and, yeah, we'll probably download the game too.
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Brooke is paving the way for tonal styling ideas this autumn in head-to-toe Camilla and Marc." rel="lightbox[set_21375]" >
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Megan went for a masculine fair in this plunging white pantsuit." rel="lightbox[set_21375]" >
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Last night, February 3, David Jones held its annual Autumn 2016 Fashion Launch at Sydney's Elizabeth Street store, with the department store's ambassadors, new and old, and fashion-savvy celebs alike stepping up the style game on the red carpet.
Sporting new-season wares from David Jones' most celebrated designers, including Zimmermann, Manning Cartell and Camilla and Marc, everyone truly looked FROW-ready in inspiring pieces for the season ahead.
See all the looks in the gallery above, including Kelly Osbourne in an Aussie designer other than Alex Perry.
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Karl Lagerfeld can barely contain his love for Kristen Stewart. He already cast her as Coco Chanel in his recent short film, revealing that he conceived the 11-minute movie with her in mind. Add to that countless fashion campaigns, front row seats and even a stint walking the Chanel runway, and Karl might as well adopt the former Twilight star into his family.
Instead, he has a new role for his beloved Stewart. She's the face of Chanel's makeup campaign, Collection Eyes 2016. Shot by Mario Testino, the black and white ads will debut in March of this year. According to Chanel, Stewart will "incarnate the different facets of a contemporary woman" in the ads with sultry poses and her permanent scowl." We're sure Karl Lagerfeld will be pleased.
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