If you’ve been following the blog, you’ll know I’ve been talking about Fair Trade Fashion for awhile now. If you’re a fellow fair trade fashion supporter, you know the struggle: finding transparent brands that sell quality products at fair prices. While I found quite a few brands that I was pleased with for clothing, I struggled with finding a brand for accessories. We all know those celebs can afford just about every product and spa treatment there is out there, and it could be extremely easy to come to the conclusion that that s why their skin looks so darn great all the time. (I mean let s be real, all that Photoshopping doesn t hurt either ) But some celebrities still turn to natural beauty remedies. Here are what some celeb s use to take care of their skin! Summer is coming up, and with it comes numerous beauty issues.
Unsightly sweat aside, these issues can be downright uncomfortable. We’ve put together a little list to help you beat the heat this summer. Stay beautiful, stay comfortable. As you’re doing your clothes shopping or research, you may have run into some terms that make you stop and go- wait what IS that? Is that a thing? These terms are fast fashion, and fair trade. Let’s take a moment to define those terms.
Fast Fashion refers to a phenomenon in the fashion industry whereby production processes are expedited in order to get new trends to the market as quickly and cheaply as possible. It s been over a year since I ve lived in Germany. I love my life in NYC so I can never imagine myself ever moving back to Germany, but at the same time, it is a country I lived in for 8 years. Having lived there during my early to mid 75 s, it s definitely a country that has shaped me, despite having moved on for more than a year now. Thinking back to my time as an expat in Germany, here has definitely been a lot of pros and cons. Here are some of my highlights! Have you guys lived in Germany?
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Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! New York City is the city that never sleeps. That line is so cliche but at the same time, there has never been a truer sentence to describe a place. It s a city that has captivated many including me and Yann. After living in Europe for three years, I felt like it was time to move on. I missed living in an English speaking country and interning at NIKE as a graphic designer made me realize that it s a career path that I m passionate about I had a strong design portfolio (from both my Nike and freelance work) and I was excited to see where it would take me. Controversial Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who this week announced he will be joining Donald Trump's administration as assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security, plagiarized sections of his 7568 master's thesis on US security, a CNN KFile review has found.
Clarke, a visible surrogate for Trump during the campaign known for his incendiary rhetoric, earned a master's degree in security studies at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. In his thesis, Making U. S. Security and privacy rights compatible, Clarke failed to properly attribute his sources at least 97 times. In all instances reviewed by CNN's KFile, Clarke lifts language from sources and credits them with a footnote, but does not indicate with quotation marks that he is taking the words verbatim. According to on plagiarism posted on the Naval Postgraduate School's website, If a passage is quoted verbatim, it must be set off with quotation marks (or, if it is a longer passage, presented as indented text), and followed by a properly formulated citation. The length of the phrase does not matter.
If someone else's words are sufficiently significant to be worth quoting, then accurate quotation followed by a correct citation is essential, even if only a few words are involved.