Basic Chino Shorts Are a Summertime Fashion Essential

Ira A. Johnson

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We’re all aware that shorts come in so many different styles. Of course, many of Us wear them all summer long, and we’re endlessly grateful for the wide variety available. But if we’re being honest, some are simply better than others — and classic chino shorts are always a must-have!

Depending on the color or print that you choose, this simple style can pack a powerful punch. The good news? We found a pair of chino shorts from Amazon that have become a major hit with shoppers!

Amazon Essentials Women's 3.5 Inseam Chino Short (Navy/White Stripe)
Amazon Essentials Women’s 3.5″ Inseam Chino Short (Navy/White Stripe) Amazon

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Digital Start-ups Offer Concrete Solutions to Fashion Industry

Ira A. Johnson

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In a moment defined by uncertainty, the search for innovative, efficient solutions seems to become more urgent than ever for fashion and luxury brands that want to safeguard and even grow their businesses during the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus.

When it comes to finding practical solutions to problems, digital start-ups are increasingly appearing to be the right partners to help established, in many cases very traditional, companies  navigate the future.

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“In this period, I’ve really seen that brands are actively looking for digital solutions, which a few months ago would have found many difficulties to be considered by the market,” said Giusy Cannone, chief executive officer of Fashion Technology Accelerator. “Companies have finally understood the potential of digital solutions, which have become a priority. Before the crisis, the problem was not technological, but cultural.”

“The digital

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You can save 65% on fashion-forward frames at GlassesUSA right now

Ira A. Johnson
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Upcycling Is The Coolest Part Of The Ethical Fashion Movement

Ira A. Johnson

Would you pay $1000 for a hoody? What about if it was a hoody assembled from scraps of fabric that had been left behind in the process of making another, likely cheaper piece of clothing, would you buy that? Should a hoody made in this principled way command a higher-than-average retail value, or does the fact that it was born of ‘waste’ materials mean that it should cost less? And what would buying it say about you? Are you helping to solve the problem of clothing waste by buying offcuts, or are you just buying more clothes?

A wave of ethical, ecologically empathetic design is rolling through the fashion and beauty industries – including Everlane, Pangaia, Veja, and The Ordinary – and ‘big’ brands can’t afford to ignore the tide. According to the latest report from campaign group Fashion Revolution, big brands (those with a minimum turnover of £320million)

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