The Postal Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday. But DeJoy, a former supply-chain CEO and major donor to Trump and the GOP, has repeatedly insisted that handling ballots is the organization's top priority, and he has warned Americans to request and send back their ballots early to ensure they arrive in time to be counted. DeJoy is scheduled to meet with the election committee of the National Association of Secretaries of State on Sept. 17, the same day the judge has scheduled oral arguments on the states' motion. … [Read more...] about States ask judge to reverse changes at US Postal Service
Questions asked by judges in fashion show
They are kind of saying, okay, what are the negative externalities of all this arbitrage the baby boomers have gotten wealthy on, and how do we address them? In the fashion community, corporate social responsibility is still an attribute that is sort of cool or en vogue, but I’ve always believed that the only way you really address this is through regulation. Because the moment a company really makes tangible changes around supply chains and materials and energy use and carbon footprint — it’s very expensive. It puts them in a less competitive position than someone who’s willing to come along and not do those very expensive things and will invest the money in marketing or making cooler-looking stores. … [Read more...] about Is Sustainable Fashion More Than Just a Trend?
One former judge who had thought he’d stay in his post until retirement explained to the Times why it seemed worth passing up the cash: “It’s very heady when you walk into a room and everybody rises, people laugh at your jokes.” Short of ascending to the dictatorship of a small country, where can you regularly get that kind of reception? … [Read more...] about Judges Just Want Justice. And a Better Paycheck
FASHIONL.A.M.B. designer Zaldy Goco has parted ways with the label. Sources cite the line’s bottom line and Goco’s side projects as the reason for the split. [Fashion Week Daily]Female First via Fashionista]Fashion Wire Daily] … [Read more...] about Giuliani Asks Press to Back Off His Third Wife
Stella Jean, a Haitian-Italian designer based in Rome, has been pressuring the Italian National Fashion Chamber to promote cultural reform through concrete commitments toward greater racial diversity, spurred by top fashion houses' social media posts supporting Black Lives Matter. She and other Black creatives in Italian fashion pushed for greater substance. … [Read more...] about Milan Fashion Week to include Black Lives Matter event