Vivienne Tam is adding some colors, fun and a lot of positive energy to the new normal of 2020 with her Fashion Happy Mask Collection!
As the COVID19 global pandemic unfolds, masks have become the most important must-have accessories in our daily lives, and Vivienne Tam is inspired to make it more stylish.
Wearing the same monotonous masks every day is taking away characteristics from people amidst a dispirited atmosphere.
“When I get dressed in the morning with mask on, I felt that I am missing something that matches my outfits. So I thought of all the beautiful printed fabrics I have in my collection and created these exclusive fashion masks that injects individuality, making both the wearer and watcher happy,” said designer Vivienne Tam.
Designed with sustainability and zero-waste concept in mind, Tam’s team crafted the reusable masks by cutting the fabrics at the same time as she trims her dresses, making each piece of mask unique.
The 3D structure enhances breathability, while the lightweight and stretchy materials translates into comfort.
Complete your daily outfit with a VT Fashion Happy Mask in this season of creativity!
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 1.8 million more non-farm jobs were added in July, and the unemployment rate fell even further from June, where it was at 11.1 percent, now fell 0.9 percent to 10.2 percent.
Though, both jobs and unemployment rates continued on a positive note, addendums on both ends slowed dramatically from June due to COVID19 cases rising, and states reversing or pausing their reopening efforts to stop the virus from spreading even further.
Despite notable job gains in July occurred in sectors of leisure and hospitality, government, retail trade, professional and business services, other services, and health care, who have been on the frontlines since the start of the pandemic, weekly unemployment numbers continue to be staggering, another 1.1 million filed for unemployment last week, with 55 million jobless in the past 20 weeks.
Dani X Michelle, who’s very good friends with Kristin for the latest style, sent Kristin very hot attire like black leather shorts, white crop top, and an off-white bodysuit along with beige leather shorts from what appears on Kristin’s Instagram story.
There is a long list of karma in our life that we need to fulfill, that list only grows longer if we ignore it, or go against the universe, it comes back to haunt us one way or another, the same can be said when we recycle materials, it has another life or another go around in a different form, that’s the whole idea of Recycled Karma, and their eco-friendly designer t-shirts, infused with rock and roll legends.
Recycled Karma Brands is a vintage and classic inspired brand designed in Los Angeles with a portfolio of top licenses that include AC/DC, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, KISS, Def Leppard, Blondie, Wham, Duran Duran, Black Sabbath, Poison, Police, NASA, Woodstock and many more to create premium apparel tee’s with speciality washes and a distressed hand-worn look making them soft and super luxe.
Recycled Karma also produce an eco-friendly sustainable fashion collection under “The Green Label.” Each shirt produced reuses the fibres from five single use plastic bottles: five water bottles = one t-shirt.
The Recycled Karma collection of tee’s are elevated with specialty washes and a distressed hand-worn look making them soft and super luxe.
At Recycled Karma Brands, their aesthetic is uniquely their own.
And on September 17, Nick Cordero’s birthday, Nick’s “Live Your Life” album of Nick performing at 54 Below in New York City will be released, which went straight to number 1 and 2 on Amazon Music the same day and the day after.
Just a day after the one month anniversary of her beloved husband, Nick Cordero, passing away from his battle with COVID19, wife, Amanda Kloots says taking up something new has helped tremendously when dealing with grief, that new thing is tennis, and a few little things.
Amanda first said on July 29 that she was given very good advice, take up something new that isn’t tied to the one that’s died, the day Amanda said she’s taking tennis lessons, something new and very different from what Nick and Amanda did together.
Kristin recruited Makeup Artist, Ash K Holm, to put Kristin’s makeup together for this swimsuit photo shoot for this resort destination look with sunglasses, and Hairstylist, Riawna Capri, was in charge of doing up Kristin’s hair with a little depth and and a touch of frizz to the short bob Kristin currently has.
Kristin also added a touch of Uncommon James into the sunglasses collaboration as Kristin also has matching pieces to go with this charitable eyewear collection.
Kristin’s sunglasses include the UJ Retro Sunglasses in terra tortoise which are a bold, handcrafted acetate cat-eye shape is complemented with of-the-moment statement temples, featuring a classic terra tortoise frame and sultry brown gradient lenses.
Matching pieces with Kristin’s UJ Retro Sunglasses are the UJ Carnaby Necklace with subtle nod to the 1960’s mod culture, a contemporary twist on the classic brown tortoiseshell look, and UJ Icon Stud Earrings that are classic, these studs are perfect for everyday wear, they feature acetate tortoiseshell rectangles lined in 14 karat gold-plated brass.
The United States Department Of Labor delivered staggering unemployment numbers once again, calculated at 1,186,000, but significantly lower from last week by 249,000, breaking the 2 week unemployment increase which last week inched up to 1,435,000, plus 55 million have filed for unemployment in 20 weeks since March when COVID19 was declared a pandemic.
The insured unemployment rate also dropped too last week by 0.6 percent to 11 percent, and those receiving unemployment insurance dropped significantly for the time being under 17 million to 16,107,000, as some states still wrestle with reopening procedures under COVID19.
UJ’s new eyewear sunglasses come in 5 different designs, a collaboration of everyday go-tos and special pieces, featuring eyewear and jewelry inspired by clean design, modernity, and luxe simplicity.
The most notable of the UJ sunglasses collection comes from the Terra Turtoise pair, a bold, handcrafted acetate cat-eye shape is complemented with of-the-moment statement temples, featuring a classic terra tortoise frame and sultry brown gradient lenses.