*That* Tiffany diamond (yes, the one Lady Gaga famously wore to the 2019 Oscars 💎) will be worn by Gal Gadot in the new Agatha Christie film “Death on the Nile,” scheduled for a Dec. 18 release. The legendary 128.54 carat Fancy Yellow Tiffany Diamond is pivotal to the plot of Kenneth Branagh’s Hercule Poirot murder mystery — which is rife with many, many Tiffany diamonds. Naturally.
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Emma Butler wants to see more lingerie options for women with disabilities — like side-opening underwear, magnetic bras and velcro closures — but in fashionable, sexy designs.
That’s why the Rhode Island resident started Intimately, a lingerie e-tailer and blog for women with physical ailments
“Women with disabilities don’t want to be treated like a medical accessory the way the market currently treats them,” Butler told WWD. “It’s another group of women who are just as beautiful, just as sexy, just as desirable, just as into fashion as anybody else.
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“It’s like a meditation. Making stuff made me feel calm. I didn’t sketch or plan for this collection at the beginning. I just let them grow. I didn’t know how they were going to look. The whole process was very organic,” said designer Shie Lyu, who delivered a refreshing debut during Shanghai Fashion Week.
The collection was made under lockdown with flawed industrial materials, leftovers from previous projects, and unwanted rubber tubes from Parsons' studio.
Lyu said her zero-waste approach to design is not aiming to create a 100 percent sustainable brand, but was a pragmatic and resourceful way to simply get the collection done amid lockdown. She spent days and nights doing beading and embroidery work and found serenity while doing it.
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