Fashion was both hit hard by looting and showed heart as companies experiencing damage took strong stands against racism.
As brands and retailers across the U.S. started to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown, chaotic protesting has forced closures and led to a great deal of damage.
Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and Gucci were all early targets of looters, but many more were hit during a night of protesting and unrest.
Fearful of riots and looting, many stores are preemptively closing just days after beginning to reopen in LA.
The New York soap and body-care company said its business has been “devastated” by the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
The men’s magazine shuttered its well-known magazine in March, not long after the coronavirus hit the U.S.
More than 5,000 small newsrooms in many countries are receiving tens of millions of dollars in grants from the search giant.
As the pandemic continues, shoppers and retailers are stepping into a new reality of fewer stores, use of hospital gear and no one touching a thing.
Retail is back, with some restrictions, as are hair salons and barbers in most counties.
Workers have filed thousands of coronavirus-related complaints as business lobbies push for immunity from liability.
Despite a recent surge in subscriptions, the magazine is making steep cuts to employees.
Even with stores reopening in at least 17 states, the company did not address the impact of the coronavirus.