Hilary Clinton stood forlornly under Manhattan’s highest real-life glass ceiling, and announced ““I know that we still have not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling…But someday someone will” as she conceded the US election to Donald Trump, the ultimate male chauvinist throwback.
Just when you thought men’s grooming was destined to be something we could only read about in Victorian novels, a bygone service from a bygone era, London-based shirt makers Neronote have decided to reinvent it.
As you can see from the video below, Neronote are predicting that gesture control and AI will allow the world to “speak the universal language of fashion” allowing men to design their own unique shirts by using pioneering technology like gesture control.
It’s official – the UK loves shopping online! According to recent research from Colliers International, the Real Estate services company headquartered in London, the UK is by some distance the largest European market for e-commerce.
Collier’s research reveals that Brits spend around £130bn every year shopping online – in fact,
Harriet Winters is from London; she is a statuesque 6’0 tall and wears a size 10, and from today she is due to be immortalised by LongTallSally, the fashion chain which exclusively caters for tall women.
A lifesize 3D printed model of Harriet will be installed at the London Design Studio where it will be used by the company’s design team to ensure their “designs fit properly and proportionally on the dimensions of a real woman.”
Haggerston Times reviews some of the press releases that have dropped into its inbox this week,
Fashion Correspondent Abi Buller writes:
Consider the initial smell of a brand new leather jacket, or the sound of a chunky zip or buckle being fastened for the first time. Whilst each of these sensations can be replaced after card details are entered,