Books in Zoom backgrounds are latest fashion statement

Gregory P. Daily

This column is not many things. It’s not Walter Winchell. It’s not about sports. It’s not Herb Caen. And it’s not about fashion.

Last week was about COVID, life and death. This week is about COVID and haute couture. If you were to catch a peek at my closet in the outer, outer, outer, outer Excelsior, you’d find one pair of corduroys and two bowling shirts and quickly conclude that I am fashion free. The last time I attempted to dress in style, I dragged Nurse Vivian to the Green Acres Mall so she could buy me a Nehru jacket and bell bottoms, the week after the Beatles stopped wearing them.

This year’s fashion: masks and literature. We’re no longer looking at a person’s lips (in fact, lip gloss sales have declined during the pandemic); we’re looking at their face coverings. And thanks to Zoom, we’re getting a glimpse at

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Fashion Brand Jurllyshe Is Coming into the United States Market and More and More American Teenagers Like It

Gregory P. Daily

ZHENGZHOU, China, Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Jurllyshe has all kinds of the latest fashion styles. Fashion is a permanent topic of humans, especially for every chic woman who purchase the latest trend. A beautiful dress can make a girl happy easily, even an old fashion sweatpants set can also show the wearer’s exclusive fashion taste. The fashion you wear can always express your life attitude and can sometimes also show how much confidence do you have.

Jurllyshe cheap clothes online store offers trending clothes for women and after years of development, it has won millions of fans, targeting the idea of making every girl beautiful, confident, and show their real personality. Additionally, Jurllyshe spares no effort to design great fashion for women, to let every Jurllyshe customer enjoy the latest fashion trend at an affordable price.

Driving by the brand belief, Jurllyshe’s styles are various, especially

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Socks With Sandals: How to Wear the Divisive Trend in 2021

Gregory P. Daily

If there was ever a time to channel your high school science teacher who proudly sported socks with sandals as an everyday uniform, it’s now. From Fendi to Ferragamo, luxury brands have signaled that the former fashion faux pas is back and better, and comfort-first quarantine style has welcomed the divisive trend with open arms. These days a look you likely reserved for a quick mailbox run is considered a go-to staple, blending in with a newfound aesthetic that makes sense when another historical moment happens every five minutes.

When the pandemic hit, life as we knew it came to a screeching halt, and constrictive footwear was swiftly pushed to the back of the closet. “Office appropriate” fled from our vocabulary, and plush socks were embraced as mini security blankets at a time that was anything but stable. Heels and jeans took a backseat, slippers and sweatpants became our best

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How the Most Extreme Street Style Star Is Dressing for Digital Fashion Week

Gregory P. Daily

Men’s fashion month has become almost completely digital. And while we’ve enjoyed watching the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Dior on our screens (and playing Balenciaga’s freaky fantasy video game) there’s no denying that we are missing the in-person component, seeing the street style and being seen ourselves. But the show must go on. And even though there is a lack of street style slideshows, some fashion show guests are still dressing up. Yu Masui, a LVMH scout and one of the most outré dressers of Fashion Week, has been outfitting himself each day in anticipation for the shows.

Masui has long been known for wearing young designers, mixing and matching their pieces with larger brands to create a radical, colorful mélange. “[Watching digital shows] is kind of a mixed feeling. Excited and sad,” writes Masui from Japan, where he lives. “Digital content has definitely improved compared with

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