• The 2022 Met Gala Red Carpet Brought Out Dripping Jewels, Leather and Gloves

    25 days ago - By Hypebeast

    The 2022 Met Gala celebrated its “ first Monday in May ” return to the iconic steps of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art , with a star-studded event. The theme for this year's must-see and must-attend fete was titled In America: An Anthology of Fashion. As a second installation to 2021's In America: A Lexicon of Fashion exhibit, this year's component emphasized “Gilded Glamour,” and will have a corresponding museum exhibit inside The Met. On the red carpet, stars opted for a mix of Fall/Winter 2022 and Spring/Summer 2022 runway trends including leather ensembles, gloves and bespoke...
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  • A Union Vote to Organize a Second Amazon Warehouse on Staten Island Falls Short

    A Union Vote to Organize a Second Amazon Warehouse on Staten Island Falls Short

    26 days ago - By Observer

    Efforts to unionize a second Amazon warehouse on Staten Island, New York, failed after votes were counted today following a two-week election.
    The loss at the LDJ5 facility is a setback for unionization efforts that were boosted by an unexpected victory at the larger JFK8 warehouse in the borough last month.
    At the final tally, 618 employees voted against the union while 380 voted in favor. In total, 998 ballots were cast out of 1,633 eligible workers, bringing the total turnout to roughly 61%, according to data filed by the National Labor Relations Board .
    “The organizing will continue at...
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  • Tombolo and New York's Department of Sanitation Team Up for New Capsule Collection

    Tombolo and New York's Department of Sanitation Team Up for New Capsule Collection

    26 days ago - By Hypebeast

    New York brand Tombolo has become increasingly popular for its “Cabana” lifestyle aesthetic, and for Spring/Summer 2022 it has partnered with New York's Department of Sanitation on a capsule collection that pays homage to the institution and its New York roots. Co-founders and designers Michael Sard and Chris Galasso started the label in 2018 based on the ideology of “inactivewear for leisurely escapes,” but as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the designers realized the brand's ethos , had become interrupted. To pay homage to the people that keep NYC clean, safe and healthy, the...
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