When he launched Fear of God in 2013, Jerry Lorenzo, a fashion novice at the time, was uniquely positioned to succeed. He promoted parties in Los Angeles, where he got to know lots of influential people. He worked in sports marketing, where he learned how to sell a product. And, perhaps most crucially, he spent time in the stockrooms of companies such as Gap and Diesel, where he familiarized himself with fabric and fit. It was the perfect storm of experience, which explains, in part, Fear of God’s dizzying rise.
The partygoers, at times dressed in formal wear from a political event they’d just left, mingled and shared drugs like cocaine and ecstasy. Some had sex.
Gaetz, the brash Republican, liked to discuss politics, said one of the women. He behaved like a “frat type of party boy,” she said, sometimes taking pills she believed were recreational drugs.
Details of the parties, which have not been previously reported, were described to CNN by two women who attended several of them over the past few years. Both spoke on condition of anonymity.
Parental advice has been an abundant resource throughout my life. Some of it has even been solicited. From how to peel corn (twist the top, then pull), to how to pair cleaning with walking through the house (clean as you go: if you are headed to another room, pick up things you may see along the way), to how to fold a fitted sheet (four corners together first), at times my childhood seemed like an animated 700-volume instructional manual. For my parents everything was a teaching opportunity, with lectures delivered without arrogance
Two Kenosha men were charged with possession of a firearm by a felon after they were found in a car with a loaded AR-15-style rifle when police received a call about people drinking beer and smoking pot in Kennedy Park.
Kenosha Police were called to the 4400 block of Kennedy Drive at 5:11 p.m. Sunday by a caller who reported that several people were in the parking lot drinking and that the area smelled of marijuana. Police arrived to find several people near the pack of a pickup truck that was parked next to a Honda Pilot. According to the
The finale of Comme Moi’s AW21 show at Shanghai Fashion Week. Shanghai Fashion Week
Shanghai’s busy calendar of fashion week events came to a close last night, after eight days featuring more than 100 live shows, livestreamed consumer-facing sales events, showrooms and trade shows.
“Shanghai Fashion Week is such a magical platform, attracting professionals from all over the country and the world to gather here,” said Xiao Xue, Elle China’s former long-time editor-in-chief, who was recently appointed a Shanghai Fashion Week ambassador.
This Autumn Winter 2021 edition was the second in-person fashion week hosted in Shanghai since China re-opened following
At a Shanghai art museum built from converted oil tanks, an eclectically dressed crowd chattered excitedly and lamented the long wait for a showcase by Chinese fashion label, Private Policy. But attendees’ impatience quickly dissipated as they were admitted to the venue and the brand sent its latest creations down a pink catwalk bathed in artificial fog.