We cannot push to eradicate the harassment, abuse and oppression of women while continuing to serve a system that demands we hurt ourselves to be more attractive and less threatening to men. For Molly Goddard, coziness and security are sartorial solutions for uncertain times. Her latest collection was an ode to comfort: there were corduroy dresses, woolly boots, balaclavas and heavyweight jacquard dresses layered with argyle knits. “I wanted it to be less frivolous,” she said after the show. Streamlined tailored suits and coats certainly marked a departure for the designer, who made her name with big, bouncing smocked-tulle dresses — not that there was a dearth of those. The show closed with a parade of frothy dresses in peppermint green, canary yellow and vivid hot pink.
Other factors include higher housing prices that have increased the available equity for home improvement loans, and a growing population of older homeowners who are financially equipped to pay for renovations. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is right: A traffic congestion pricing plan — in which drivers have to pay to get into the busiest parts of Manhattan — is the best way to pay for the bulk of urgently needed fixes for New York City’s decrepit subway system.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
But then the case appeared to fall apart. Mr. Hutchinson helped raise money for restoration of the shorts, largely through the U.C.L.A. Film & Television Archive, and Warner Bros. has released about 200 of them in various DVD sets. (He also found discs for other studios’ shorts.)
Face ID's an impressive first-generation achievement, but it has an element of uncertainty that I still don't love. But… better Face ID? For the second year in a row, it could be the best thing Apple announces at its upcoming fall event. [Crosstalk from aides]Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InWhat We’re Excited About on Wednesday NightLily Tomlin and Jane Fonda, whose Netflix show “Grace and Frankie” is about to embark on its fifth season, will talk to Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday. In those days, it was inside people’s houses that I saw a completely different Iran. Passing through a front door often meant stepping into a different reality, one where all the rules that applied on the streets would magically disappear.