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If you're Nikki Salgot of Saint Clair Shores, Michigan, you put on a white dress, hold your head high, and send a message of strength to anyone who's suffered a heartbreaking loss.
She reached out to former classmate and wedding photographer Rachel Heller about doing a memorial photo shoot in the dress she'd already purchased for the occasion. Though the two hadn't spoken in 10 years, Heller, who had seen Rose's story on the news, was more than happy to help.
Paola Antonelli has spent more than a decade collecting and curating 111 items for the first fashion exhibit at MoMA in over 70 years.
"CBS This Morning" toured a new exhibit where a century of fashionable clothing and accessories are celebrated for their contribution to art and design. New York's Museum of Modern Art is asking a thought-provoking question about fashion: Is fashion actually modern?
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Fashion is always at the forefront of my mind, but comfort also ranks pretty high, so whenever I find a sweater that’s both chic and insanely comfy, I get excited. I’m that person who complains about air conditioners and sits outside at lunchtime in the 90 degree heat to thaw out, so I’ve pretty much always got a sweater on hand ”just in case.”
Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday that she was abused by former team doctor Larry Nassar, who is expected to plead guilty to criminal charges on Wednesday.
A representative for the Olympian confirmed the authenticity of the post and that Douglas says she was molested by Nassar, who was first publicly accused of preying on athletes more than a year ago. "It would be like saying that because of the leotards we wore, it was our fault that we were abused by Larry Nassar," she added.
VICE executive management has committed to better informing all VICE employees of the processes through which sexual harassment complaints can be filed, to providing more consistent training, and to taking direct action against offenders.
This includes enacting everything that we outlined today, continuing to communicate with you about these issues in the coming days, and discussing how we can best solve them.