October 14, 2020 - 15:36 BST Megan Bull Queer Eye's Tan France has launched the new 'Clothes love all' campaign alongside Klarna, and he's revealed eight fashion principles to live by. Since appearing on Queer Eye and Next In Fashion , Tan France has fast become a style icon, and now the TV presenter is fronting an exciting new campaign in partnership with Klarna . Championing inclusivity and diversity within the fashion industry, Tan's 'Clothes love all' campaign challenges consumers to reconsider their views on fashion, from the eyes of the clothes themselves. RELATED: 17 best children's books to help teach kids about diversity READ: 15 Sustainable fashion brands that need a place in your wardrobe Tan France wants to create a more inclusive and diverse view of fashion Combatting prejudice and discrimination, Klarna has worked with the celebrity stylist to develop eight principles which champion … [Read more...] about Queer Eye’s Tan France reveals eight fashion principles to live by
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Truly the Domino’s pizza of people. Photo: YouTube If you want to get really good at compartmentalizing trauma, study late-night comedy. The format demands commentary on current events, while simultaneously being about movie promotion and an audience’s last little chuckle before bedtime. Late night during the week of a national tragedy is complicated, to say the least. You can almost see the arithmetic in hosts’ heads: I am sad, but my comedy persona is a happy guy, but I don’t want to come off as insensitive, but I don’t want to make this tragedy about me, but I don’t want to trivialize it, but am I the person to speak to this, but also this show is supposed to be non-triggering sleep material fuck fuck fuck. At least the guests were loose, bringing a chumminess that was a balm during a rough week. St. Patrick’s Day, usually a holiday to celebrate surrounded by people, went mostly unobserved. And then, of course, the nation’s increasing trend toward anti-Asian violence … [Read more...] about Karen Chee’s Grandfather Won Late Night This Week
Actor Daniel Dae Kim. Photo: Mat Hayward/Getty Images for The Latinx Hous Actor Daniel Dae Kim spoke before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties on Thursday, urging lawmakers to pass bills condemning anti-Asian sentiment. The Good Doctor producer and actor spoke alongside prominent Asian American lawmakers, scholars, and advocates, including Representatives Grace Meng and Judy Chu, Democrats from New York and California, respectively. In his speech, he called out conservatives for voting against such a resolution last year. “I was disheartened to find that for a bill that required no money or resources, just a simple condemnation of acts of hate against people of Asian descent, 164 members of Congress, all Republican voted against it,” he said. “And now here I am again, because as every witness in this hearing has pointed out, the situation has gotten worse, much worse.” Kim honored the lives of Asian Americans who have … [Read more...] about Daniel Dae Kim Speaks at Congressional Hearing on Anti-Asian Violence
They’re back! Photo: Lauren Lapkus/Instagram The comedy-podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We’re here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows, and each one has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional and the noteworthy. Each week, our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy. Newcomers: Tyler Perry — Diary of a Mad Black Woman w/ Jon Braylock Photo: Lauren Lapkus/Instagram It’s finally here: Season three of Newcomers , the podcast in which Nicole Byer and Lauren Lapkus experience for the first time the “essentials” of culture they’ve managed to avoid in life so far. Where previously they’ve examined hallowed properties like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings and considered if these may actually be … [Read more...] about This Week in Comedy Podcasts: The Newcomers Tackle Tyler Perry
Photo-Illustration: Sheldon Cooper/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Much of Clubhouse is boring — or, at least, disproportionately filled with the awkward in-between of group interaction. This is far from a novel observation, and it’s an observation that continues to be made even as the attention and discourse around the audio chat app rose to fever pitch over the past few weeks. Pulling data from Apptopia, the New York Times reported that the app had been downloaded over four million times in the past month alone, which broadly corresponds with my own immediate networks. I started out the year with few outside my professional circles knowing what the app was; now, it’s something that gets brought up in my various Whatsapp groups every few days. That I personally find much of the app boring is a subjective contention, of course. I’m certain a substantial portion of the app’s user base would passionately differ from my assessment, and perhaps rightly so. I’ve only … [Read more...] about Does Clubhouse Mean Bad Things for Podcasting?