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Words by Alba Tarragó
July 28th, 2017

Reebok responds to a(nother) sexist comment made by Trump

Reebok is the latest brand to publicly take a stance against the US president. Trump visited Paris last week for a meeting with his French homologue. In his attempt to compliment the French president’s wife, Brigitte Macron, Trump told the first lady that she was “in such good shape… Beautiful”. The president has yet again been labelled as sexist for his remarks with many calling him out. One such brand being Reebok who uploaded an ironic but funny response to Trump’s words on Twitter which ponders the question when is it appropriate to say, “You’re in such good shape… Beautiful”. Hint: never. You can see the response in the slideshow below.

We can all feel like Carrie Bradshaw thanks to Sarah Jessica Parker’s collaboration with Amazon

Sex and the City fans listen up because here is your chance to live like Carrie Bradshaw or at the very least, dress like her with Sarah Jessica Parker’s shoe collection. The girl who could never own enough Manolos is set to release her footwear line in Europe in collaboration with Amazon this autumn. The Autumn Winter 2017-2018 collection will be available online next October and will include the iconic ‘Fawn’ as well as the ‘Dash’, ‘Flirt’ and ‘Wink’ models. After designing footwear for American chains such as Nordstrom, this will be the first time that shoes designed by the actress will be on sale in Europe.

Torrid will be the first plus size specialised brand showcasing at the New York Fashion Week

The body positive movement is getting bigger and Torrid is going one step further. The North American brand will be the first company which specialises in plus sizes to reach the New York Fashion Week catwalk. All of their clothes range from sizes 40 to 60 yet remain on trend at affordable prices. Torrid will be showcasing its Spring/Summer 2018 collection next September in New York.

Nike proves that millennials are passionate about pink with new monochrome collection

The power of pink shows no sign of slowing down as Nike has invested in an entirely pink collection this season. From sports bras and T-shirts to trainers and even more trainers, you’ll find everything you need to suit Wednesday’s dress code. But the company hasn’t gone for the typical millennial pink, instead, Nike created its own chrome version as they wanted to juxtapose the traditionally feminine colour with a metallic swoosh. The collection is called ‘Chrome Blush‘ and is inspired by the current rise of science-fiction superheroines and the concept of “women versus machine”.


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