A woman who was fired for saying that transgender women are male or ‘honorary female’ wins High Court appeal

Maya Forstater (L) and JK Rowling (R). SKy News/ Dia Dipasupil via Getty Images

  • A woman who was fired for saying that people cannot change their biological sex won a tribunal appeal.

  • Maya Forstater lost her job in 2019 after she tweeted that trans women are “not really women.”

  • Forstater won the support of JK Rowling who has previously said she opposes transgender activism.

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A British woman who got fired for saying that transgender women are “not really women” got her job back after winning an appeal against an employment tribunal.

Maya Forstater’s

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Balenciaga partners with Crocs to make high fashion clog

GMA — If classic Crocs aren’t your style or don’t give you high-fashion vibes, you might reconsider — or not — after seeing their latest collaboration with Balenciaga.

The French fashion house unveiled a new heeled version of the famous foam clog as part of their Spring 2022 collection.

The brands have unveiled green and black versions of the head-turning shoe, and there’s also a booted rendition of it in a variety of colors that debuted this past weekend, Good Morning America reported.

The Balenciaga “Clones” Spring 2022 collection is inspired by “our shifting senses of reality through the lens

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Tweeds bringing high style to Sarasota — from a box truck

Donald Carlson Jr. has been a hustler all his life.

As a kid, he would buy bottles of Powerade at Walmart for 60 cents each and then sell them to construction crews working in his Venice neighborhood for $2 a piece.

When he was 12, magic became his obsession. He taught himself sleight of hand, and would do tricks for tips.

“My Friday and Saturday nights were spent going to the mall asking people if I could show them a magic trick,” he said. “That’s what gave me the confidence to talk to anyone.”

That confidence is paying off. As

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Nike Dunk High Women’s Crimson Tint DD1869-104

As Nike Sportswear and Nike SB continue to plot the Nike Dunk High‘s release schedule for the remainder of 2021 and beyond, the silhouette has recently emerged in a two-tone “Crimson Tint/Sail” colorway exclusive for women.

Reminiscent of the “Orange Pearl” Dunk Low that dropped in mid-March, the forthcoming pair indulges in a smooth leather construction across its upper, with bases boasting an off-white ensemble. Overlays throughout Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design indulge in the shoe’s titular tone, which extends itself onto the laces, inner lining and “NIKE”-branded label on the tongue. Underfoot, the Air Jordan 1-like sole unit also partakes

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How High Can Fashion Prices Go? | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

With its hand-woven Italian-leather clutches and impossibly soft double-faced cashmere coats, Bottega Veneta has always positioned itself at the high end of the high-end market. Even in its new incarnation under Daniel Lee, it’s the luxury brand most closely associated with “stealth wealth” or quietly signalling status to those in the know rather than brash flash.

But while Bottega still sells plenty of minimalist-approved products, Lee’s collections have more look-at-me-appeal, generating plenty of social media debate, even after the brand disabled its Instagram account and wiped its Weibo presence.

Most recently, the fashion-conscious corner of Instagram was up in arms

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High Country: Forti Goods cannabis furniture helps hide your stash in style

When it comes to cannabis accessories, brands have evolved alongside legalization — maturing from the basic paraphernalia of the early aughts to today’s widely accessible aesthetically elevated pieces. But as connoisseurs collect covetable wares like designer bongs, high-tech vaporizers, 24-karat gold grinders and

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