Fast-Fashion Heiress Goes Green by Urging Shoppers to Buy Less

(Bloomberg) — When she ran a company that sold American clothing labels in China, textile heiress Veronica Chou was a globe-trotting executive who made headlines for her socialite lifestyle and lavish 2012 wedding in Hong Kong. Now, she’s trying to clean up the fashion industry.

A member of the $2.7 billion family empire built by her father Silas Chou, the 36-year-old said she’s now devoting her time and money to startups that make one of the world’s most wasteful industries more sustainable. After selling the family stake in a Chinese joint venture with New York-listed Iconix Brand Group Inc. for $56 million in 2015, she started her own eco-friendly label, backing suppliers that are using innovative technologies to make materials and clothes.

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“I’ve definitely changed my lifestyle and behavior,” said Chou, mother of five-year-old twin boys. “We have to look at how to cut back consumption and make things that don’t harm the planet. But we have to consume — we need to clothe ourselves.”

It’s a bold bet. Sustainable fashion is a sliver of the $1.8 trillion global apparel industry, which has ballooned over the past decade amid a boom in low-cost, quick-to-market clothing championed by the likes of Zara and her father. But Chou is joining a growing list of startups seeking to key into shoppers who are concerned about the impact on the environment, a market expects will grow to $8.25 billion by 2023.

Wastewater, Emissions

The fashion business produces 20% of the world’s wastewater and 10% of carbon emissions – more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined, according to a United Nations report. It takes around 2,000 gallons of water to make a typical pair of jeans, while the equivalent of one garbage truck of textiles is sent to landfills or burned every second.

“The industry is missing its own sustainability targets by a mile unless it changes course,” said Karl-Hendrik Magnus, a McKinsey & Company Inc. senior partner. “This creates a huge advantage for smaller brands and players focused on sustainability.”

Some 66% of consumers surveyed in a McKinsey study said they consider sustainability when making a luxury purchase. Still, only 31% of Gen-Z and 12% of baby boomers are willing to pay more for sustainable products, according to the consulting firm.

Big brands have begun to respond, with Inditex SA’s Zara this year pledging to use 100% sustainable fabrics by 2025. Hennes & Mauritz AB earlier committed to do so by 2030.

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But deciding which technologies and materials will succeed is difficult. “It’s still fairly unclear which of the many great innovations that are in the market will scale and become dominant,” said McKinsey’s Magnus.

Chou’s Everybody & Everyone brand offers clothes such as blazers made from fermented agricultural waste, or lounge pants woven from a wood pulp-based fiber that uses 50% less water and produces half of the emissions of a synthetic equivalent. She’s also pushing her

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Wedding Dress Made Of Silk From Parachute That Saved WWII Pilot’s Life On Display At Cradle Of Aviation Museum

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A 75-year-old wedding gown is now part of the Cradle Of Aviation Museum’s collection on Long Island. But, what’s so special about it?

As CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported Thursday, silk from the dress once saved a man’s life and now helps tell the story of a generation.

Most wedding dresses tell a love story. This one has a history lesson woven into its silk threads.

The gown was worn by Kate and Mike Braet’s mother in 1945. It’s made out of the World War II parachute that saved their father’s life.

“Something that was meant to save somebody from a crashing plane, then became the parachute that carried them throughout their marriage,” Kate Braet said.

The siblings’ father, George, was a young army pilot who flew in dangerous missions to defeat Hitler in Europe.

His plane took on enemy fire, but flying metal lodged into his folding parachute.

“My father came home with this parachute filled with holes,” Kate said. “If the parachute were not there, it would have killed him.”

Their father’s future bride, Evelyn, grateful her beloved George survived, started a labor of love.

Silk was in short supply during wartime.

“My mother got the idea to have that parachute transformed into this beautiful gown,” said Mike Braet.

Evelyn toiled to gently remove Army/Navy lettering, then masterfully salvaged the tattered pieced.

Although it is yellowed with time, the dress is worthy of a museum.


It was donated to the Cradle of Aviation Museum to teach visitors about the bravery, sacrifice and ingenuity of the Greatest Generation.

“It’s just one story of millions, I’m sure, of what people went through during the war… and how difficult it was,” said Mike. “My parents are now going to live forever.”

“The museum is not just a collection of hardware and nuts and bolts. We try to tell interesting stories about people… who flew in the airplanes,” said curator Joshua Stoff.

Parachutes were harnessed to pilots’ backs and used as seat cushions during WWII.

This one became the foundation for more than 60 years of marriage.

“The story goes beyond us, because it’s a story of love. It’s a story of bravery. It’s a story of hope. It’s a story of future,” said Kate.

The museum will put the dress on display periodically to protect the silk from falling apart due to light exposure.

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Ivanka Trump is the “de facto head” of an “eleventh-hour” effort to win back suburban women: report

Suburban women used to be a major asset for the Republican Party. Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge performed much better in the Philadelphia suburbs during the 1990s than he did in Philadelphia Proper; suburban women, from Orange County to La Jolla to Glendale and Burbank, played an important prominent role in many GOP victories back when California was still a red state. But during the Trump era, many suburban women have been leaning Democrat — and the GOP’s problems with suburban women are the focus of new articles by The Atlantic and Politico, which reports that President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is hoping that his daughter, White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, can win over suburban women for the president.

Journalist Elaine Godfrey, in The Atlantic, discusses a new generation of suburban female activists —who, she stresses, are working hard to get Trump voted out of office. In her article, headlined “Revenge of the Wine Moms,” Godfrey explains, “These women aren’t just expressing their outrage by voting in high-stakes national elections; they’re funneling their energy toward a collection of smaller targets, including statehouse races, local party organizations and school boards. And all of this activism has the potential to shape American politics in a much more significant way than their biennial votes.”

However, Godfrey wonders how long this “zealous engagement” of suburban women will last. Godfrey asks, “Is America entering a new age of activism — or is all of this just a Trump-era blip?”

Godfrey notes that in Ohio, one group of anti-Trump suburban female activists is GrassRoots Resistance, which was formed in late 2016 after Trump won the election. That anti-Trump group has since “grown to 150 members,” according to Godfrey.

“They’ve channeled their energies toward fundraising and door-knocking for candidates, and they’ve given themselves hand cramps writing hundreds upon hundreds of get-out-the-vote postcards,” Godfrey says of GRR. “For many of the GRR women, the group served as a kind of gateway drug, introducing them to other political projects of varying magnitude. A handful of members joined — and remade — the Ward 17 Club; others signed up for the League of Women Voters.”

Godfrey also points out that “some on the political left have dismissed these women, many of them white, as ‘wine moms’ or ‘MSNBC moms’ — silly, unprincipled newcomers to the political scene who are more interested in watching Rachel Maddow with a glass of pinot in hand than agitating for systemic change. Black women in particular have been organizing for decades, forming the backbone of the Democratic Party. Where were the wine moms in 2016, leftists wonder, when 53% of white women supported Donald Trump?”

But the Atlantic journalist adds, “What the critics may be missing, though, is the scope of these women’s influence — and their role in strengthening the Democratic Party’s infrastructure. Despite the fact that most Democrats are concentrated in urban areas, resistance groups have sprung up all over the country, from the Arizona desert to rural Pennsylvania.”

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A Houston Wedding Inspired by Slim Aarons and Palm Beach

When Brandaise “Brandi” Armstrong thought about the look and feel of her wedding at a private club in Houston, she imagined herself jumping into a Slim Aarons photograph. The club itself evoked the 1960s, so she and fiancé Bryant Reckling ran with the idea. 

“It really felt like we were stepping back in time to 1960s’ Palm Beach,” Brandi says. “I wanted our guests to feel like they were in a scene from a Slim Aarons photo.”

To do that, Brandi and Bryant sought out Allison Butcher of Keely Thorne Events to bring the vision to life. Using green, yellow, and coral, the planning team transformed the club into a 1960s party, complete with custom tweed linens and a raw bar filled with local Gulf Coast seafood. The couple further personalized it by including a yellow-and-white “Brandaisy’s Bar” serving elderflower spritz and an elaborate groom’s cake that recreated a photo of the couple’s travels in Australia. But for all the fun and games—like dancing on stage with their parents—one of the most memorable moments came from the reverend who officiated the ceremony. 

“It was the best piece of advice I received during the whole process,” Brandi says. “Remember this is just the wedding; the real fun starts the next day when you are married to your life partner.”

Read on for all the details of Brandi and Bryant’s Slim Aarons-inspired wedding, planned by Keely Thorne Events and photographed by Kristen Kilpatrick. 

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick

The couple hosted guests for a casual welcome party inspired by their Texas location.

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick

Papellerie designed the invitations, which quickly set the tone of the celebration: Palm Beach in the 1960s. 

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick

Brandi got ready with her girl squad, which included her bridesmaids, mother, and grandmother, along with bubbles, personalized water bottles, and mylar Mrs. balloons. 

Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick
Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick 

“I knew it was the one when every time I imagined walking down the aisle to Bryant, it was the gown that I was in,” Brandi says of her Oscar de la Renta dress. 

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Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick 

Before the ceremony, Brandi would add a veil to her look, handmade for her by her grandmother. She also wore a “something blue,” an opal pin from her great-grandmother that was pinned to the back of her gown, and as her “something borrowed,” she carried her mother-in-law’s wedding handkerchief.

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She included a pop of color with her floral-print shoes from the collaboration between Tabitha Simmons and Johanna Ortiz.

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Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick  

Brandi’s bridesmaids all wore dusty rose-colored dresses from Australian designer Shona Joy, another nod to the couple’s time living Down Under. 

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Photo by Kristen Kilpatrick  

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Google Adds Shopping Tools To Push Holiday Deals

As the pandemic continues to move shopping online, Google is adding new tools to make its Shopping tab more competitive and robust so users will know they’re getting the best deals.

“When looking for competitively priced products, 40 percent of global shoppers say they turn to Google to find the best deal,”  Bill Ready, Google’s president of commerce, said in a blog post on Thursday (Oct. 22).

New features being added to Google Shopping include price tracking across online and local merchants, curbside and in-store pickup availability, price insights, purchasing options and deal notifications. Integration with Google Lens will help buyers find products similar to what they have or like something they found online.

The new features will also help merchants attract more attention to their deals, reach new people and meet shoppers’ demands. Google said that approvals will be faster for the holiday season and new seller tools will help merchants derive meaning from collected data.

“Running promotions on Google helped us exponentially grow demand and ROI,” Emily Kulcyk, manager of search marketing for Urban Outfitters, said in the blog post. “The faster approval times also drove sales volume for our flash sales because we didn’t miss a portion of the day awaiting review.”

Merchants and product promotions will also be discoverable in more locations across Google. Products being promoted will appear in free lists and on ads in the Shopping tab.

“This means that your promotions will show up in more places, helping you connect with potential customers regardless of whether you advertise with us or not,” Ready said.

Merchants can get in front of potential new local and international customers by opting-in to free listings. According to Google, 58 percent of U.S. shoppers in the last holiday season purchased at least one new brand that they had never bought previously.

Verified U.S. retailers can also connect their online stores to their Google business pages to make it easier for local shoppers to place holiday orders. Other tools for merchants include customer optimization, new layouts and displays, and video uploads.

In August, Google teamed with the UPS-owned Ware2Go to speed up shipping times. Google said retailers promoting free and fast shipping saw a 9 percent boost in overall conversion rates.

Google Shopping first started expanding with more tools and features in 2017, including showing buying guides for broad categories and adding more information for specific product searches.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2020 – TechRepublic

Finding the perfect gifts can be a challenge, so let us help you. Check out these holiday gift ideas for iPhone or Android users, coworkers, amateur astronomers, adventurers, and more.


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Shopping for the holidays can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. With so many options available online, it’s easier than ever to find what you’re looking for and get everyone marked off your list. Consider the gift guides and shopping tips listed below to help make your 2020 holiday season the smoothest one yet. This article will be updated as more holiday gift guides are available. 

TechRepublic’s holiday gift guides for 2020

Best tablets to give as holiday gifts in 2020
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Holiday gift guide for coworkers
Check out these holiday gifts even the pickiest coworker will enjoy.

T-shirt gift ideas for techies
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Holiday techie/STEM gifts for kids and teens
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Holiday tech splurge gift ideas
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Best tech gifts for coworkers in 2020
Check out these holiday gifts even the pickiest coworker will enjoy.

Best mobility gifts in 2020
If you’re at a loss for what to buy your on-the-go friend or loved one, start with this handy list and let your imagination be inspired.

Great holiday tech gifts for under $100
Here’s a look at some of the best tech-related gifts available now for less than $100, often the budget for close coworkers and good friends.

Best laptops to give as holiday gifts this season
With options from Apple, Dell, Acer, and more, you’ll find the best laptop to fit your gift-giving needs.

Great tech gifts for traveler safety and comfort
Some people may limit how much they’re traveling now, but lockdown has likely sent many jonesing for plane, train or automobile travel, so take the occasion to gift items for an anticipated venture.

Holiday tech gifts for under $25
Not everything in today’s tech has to cost a fortune, and there are plenty of great tech-related gifts for those on a budget, or for those who find their holiday list expanding.

Best holiday gifts for Apple fans in 2020

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Breonna Taylor lawyer, Lonita Baker, on why Black women must vote

EXCLUSIVE: OWN has partnered with NowThis for the get-out-the-vote campaign OWN Your Vote

With the presidential election just weeks away, it’s more important than ever that our communities come together and get to the ballots. OWN is helping spread that message with a multitude of programming and partnerships. 

The network recently partnered with NowThis for the get-out-the-vote campaign, OWN Your Vote, in an effort to provide tools and resources that will empower Black women to vote this November.

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Check out their exclusive interview with Breonna Taylor’s lawyer, Lonita Baker, as she discusses the importance of voting and how it relates to issues around Taylor’s case:

OWN Your Vote is designed to help Black women make a voting plan for this critical 2020 election cycle by recognizing obstacles to voting, including challenges around COVID-19, mail-in ballots, voter suppression, transportation and changing protocols and poll locations.

The campaign is also focused on connecting the everyday issues critical to Black women to the issues appearing on the ballot; empowering this key voting block to own their voting story and making a plan to ensure success at the polls; encouraging local community activism and leveraging personal networks; and collaborating with the voting rights partnership community to support mail-in voting, voter registration, volunteerism, transportation, and safety procedures.  

The network has also continued to roll out important programming like Spotlight: Black Women OWN the Conversation- Vote! 

In the special that debuted this week on OWN, Emmy-award winning ABC News host Adrienne Bankert talks with special guests and real women covering topics related to the election, including having a plan for voting, key issues to the Black community, voting down-ballot, inspiring friends and family to vote, the social justice movements of 2020, youth and voting, and self-care.  

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Special guests included award-winning actress, writer and comedian Yvette Nicole Brown; activist, author and educator Brittany Packnett Cunningham; senior advisor to President Obama Valerie Jarrett; entrepreneur and designer Tina Knowles Lawson; and activist and WNBA Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike.

This special is a part of the network’s eye-opening, topic-driven series OWN Spotlight: Black Women OWN the Conversation, which premiered last fall. The series features intimate conversations about important issues with honest opinions and surprising solutions that put people first.

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‘I was shocked and angry’

Olivia Mancuso’s wedding ceremony was truly stunning — a sight to behold in more ways than one.

Unfortunately, though, an improvised moment involving the minister stole the show for a few moments.

Olivia shared footage of the bizarre twist with her TikTok followers in honor of her one-year anniversary with her husband.

“So me and my husband’s minister went off-script during the ceremony, and then this happened,” she said in the video, just before footage of her actual wedding began to play.

We see the happy couple standing at the altar admiring one another as the officiant speaks, when suddenly she begins to sing in a high-pitched voice, and the entire vibe of the ceremony changes.

Olivia and her husband, Fred, exchange glances — a silent communication that all married couples should master, honestly — and make it perfectly that this is not going according to plan.

Olivia told In The Know that she was upset at first, but ultimately, she had to laugh.

“I was shocked and angry. I also knew I had to channel my inner reporter … to keep a poker face,” she said. “I was pretty angry for a brief moment afterwards, but once all my relatives and friends came up to me laughing their a**es off about it I just had to laugh too.”

She said that her wedding was relatively small — just 110 people — so everyone there knew how much she loved planning and hated surprises.

“That made it even funnier to them,” she said. “Bunch of ball busters.”

Fred’s quick thinking kept the celebration rolling.

“My husband intentionally kept me away from her because he didn’t want me to cause a scene, so he gave me a drink and all was forgotten until we got our wedding footage back,” Olivia explained in a follow-up video.

Perhaps the most disappointing thing about the whole ceremony was that Olivia had high hopes for the minister — she found her on The Knot, where she had great reviews.

Ultimately, though, Olivia and Fred still tipped the officiant “generously.”

“At the end of the day it was an amazing wedding and so much fun,” Olivia told In The Know. “I’m glad others could get a good laugh out of the moment too.”

Bring the pumpkin patch home with these adorable Halloween cupcakes:

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Shipping expert: Start online holiday shopping now

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Although Christmas is two months away, online retailers and the companies that ship their products are overwhelmed because the pandemic has caused an increase in online purchasing.

A local expert in supply chain logistics and shipping suggests you start your online holiday shopping right now.

“Given that we’re in a pandemic and we’re already seeing these increasing trends of online shopping, it should be very interesting to see both how retailers and shippers handle it this Christmas,” Tim Kraft told ABC 11.

Kraft is an associate professor at North Carolina State University and studies supply chain logistics.

It’s a subject many of us became familiar with when we had trouble finding toilet paper.

“The pandemic really has been kind of supply chain’s moment to be honest. I’ve had many relatives all of a sudden realize and start to understand what I actually do,” said Kraft.

Many in the online shopping world were anticipating the busiest holiday season yet in 2020, after Christmas 2019.

But they didn’t anticipate the pandemic.

Kraft said online shopping stats are incredible.

“I’ve seen recent numbers that the increase in sales to this time last year is 40% higher this year as compared to last year.”

And while delivery times don’t seem that bad right now, Kraft noted that each day closer to the holidays will mean an exponential increase in shipping volumes.

“The system currently is already overwhelmed. So once we get to the holiday season, this could be, I think, for shippers in particular, you’re going to see a real stress on their system,” he said, “I think any consumer that’s planning to do online shopping, I actually would highly recommend that they start now.”

Shipping companies traditionally hire temporary workers for the holidays.

But Kraft said, they’ve already ramped up to those employment levels because of the pandemic.

“These demand levels we’re seeing are so high that there’s no amount of temp labor that you can throw at it because the facilities and the trucks and the planes and the equipment, that’s really what’s becoming the bottleneck. And there’s only so much demand that we can run through these facilities or ship out on these trucks.”

Thanks to the pandemic, there’s likely more than the usual amount of stress this holiday season.

Don’t add to that by waiting to order gifts online.

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The latest and greatest accessories for your Nintendo Switch

Sure, binge-watching the latest TV hit can be great. But gaming can allow you to climb inside the story, direct the plot, and experience all the consequences—good and bad—of your choices. Who wouldn’t want to carry on life in a parallel universe wherever they are? With Nintendo Switch and some smart accessories, go about your day without losing the thread of the alternate characters and realities you’ve built for yourself. Here are our favorites.


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Essential console: Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy‑Con

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This handheld game console weighs less than a pound and is highly versatile. When you’re at home, dock the device to your TV or computer monitor using an HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) port. No matter where you are, you can use the built-in stand to prop up the screen on any flat surface and separate the left and right controllers for multiplayer action. In the middle of a battle but have to leave for work? Keep the controllers attached and fight dragons on the train. The size of the console including the controllers is just about 4-inches wide, 9.4-inches long and .55 inches deep—slightly smaller and narrower than the standard iPad (6.8” wide and 9.8” long). Purchase games either as downloads or physical game cards and choose from a selection currently nearing 2,000. Parents can monitor and control purchases and game time through the device or with the Nintendo Switch Parental Control app.


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Console saver: amFilm Nintendo Switch Screen Protector

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Your concentration might break, but this won’t.

It happens to the best of us. Sometimes you just get so enthusiastic about winning you forget that you’re holding a computer screen in your hand and not a steel blade or steering wheel. This incredibly thin tempered glass screen protector (just .33mm thick) safeguards your console without compromising your graphics or touchscreen responsiveness. Before you let your first arrow fly in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, clean your screen with the included wet and dry wipes, install the protector, and enjoy a surface that’s scratch-resistant and reduces fingerprints.

Best portable protection: iVoler Storage Case for Nintendo Switch

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Shield your console.

Treat your console and accessories with as much respect as the gold, artillery, or treasure maps you stockpile as you play. This durable case has a hard EVA shell and room for everything you need for travel, including your dock, Pro-Controller, extra Joy-Cons, and up to 18 game cartridges. The interior is designed to cushion and hold items securely in their designated places, so you won’t forget where you stashed your HDMI cable. A comfortable handle makes it easy to carry, or you can use the shoulder strap for hands-free portability.

Best gaming connectivity: Genki Bluetooth Adapter for Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite

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Add wireless capability.

This powerful and low-latency

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