By Katherine Feser Published 7:00 am CST, Friday, March 8, 2019 The Blonde Pantry, a meal delivery service created by Registered Dietitian Marla Murphy, has opened a pop-up location in the Shops at Arrive in the Upper Kirby District. The Blonde Pantry, a meal delivery service created by Registered Dietitian Marla Murphy, has opened a pop-up location in the Shops at Arrive in the Upper Kirby District. Photo: The Blonde Pantry Photo: The Blonde Pantry Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The Blonde Pantry, a meal delivery service created by Registered Dietitian Marla Murphy, has opened a pop-up location in the Shops at Arrive in the Upper Kirby District. The Blonde Pantry, a meal delivery service created by Registered Dietitian Marla Murphy, has opened a pop-up location in … [Read more...] about Retail wrap: Sugar Land Town Square adds rotating arts, events venue
Perhaps it is not surprising that New York City, one of the fashion capitals of the world, generates a lot of fashion waste. New Yorkers throw 200 million pounds of clothing into the trash every year. That’s the equivalent of 440 Statues of Liberty. Those clothes end up in landfills, where they will sit for at least 200 years. here, in case you’re interested.) They are also encouraging people to swap, sell, or repair their clothes. Most of these drop-off points already existed, although about two dozen were launched to coincide with this campaign. Yet the EPA says that only 14.2% of clothes and shoes were recycled in 2015. Francois Souchet, the head of Make Fashion Circular, a division of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, says the point of this new outreach is to show New Yorkers that this resource has been there for them all along. “[O]ur real ambition was to show the potential of the existing system,” he says. “New York has many better options for … [Read more...] about Seriously, stop throwing away your old clothes
Want to hit up the newest restaurant and retail additions to Burlingame? From a fancy ice cream shop to a high-tech approach to used clothing, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to arrive near you. Bayroot Lebanese Restaurant Photo: Bayroot Lebanese Restaurant/YelpBayroot Lebanese Restaurant has opened its doors at 1130 Broadway.Start with cold appetizers like hummus, baba ghanoush and moussaka, or hot ones including falafel, grilled prawns and sauteed sausages with pomegranate juice. Then, have a soup or salad, or just go straight to entrees like kafta kebab, grilled fish or a green bean stew with onions, garlic and bell peppers.In addition to the food, there is a fire pit outside, around which guests puff on flavored tobacco through a hookah, and live music and belly dancing are regularly featured.Centro Pizza Photo: Centro Pizza/YelpCentro Pizza is a new spot to score pizza that's located in the historic Broadway Hardware building at 1326 Broadway. The owners -- … [Read more...] about Get to know the 5 newest businesses to open in Burlingame
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Fashion | Is ‘Vintage’ Clothing Over? Supported by noted The return of early 2000s hits like the Dior saddle bag and low-rise jeans suggests a perhaps fatal shortening of the cycle. ByRhiannon Picton-James Dec. 26, 2018 Resale sites have comeDepop is entirely app-based, functioning as a cross between Instagram and a sales platform. Its 10 million plus users have handles and followers. There are hashtags, you can “like” items and there’s a much stronger focus on styling and aesthetic. The coolest photo of the day will land you on the home page, and bam, you’re Depop-famous. Depop releases its users’ stats weekly, and sellers compare their worldwide ranking. They’re always quick to congratulate each other in private community pages on Facebook — and so they … [Read more...] about Is ‘Vintage’ Clothing Over?
2018 has been an exciting year for innovation in retail. We’ve highlighted 18 companies that are making the biggest changes to how we shop. See the full list below. Retail is changing rapidly, and many industry leaders are realising that they have the choice to either adapt or die. We’ve highlighted 18 companies – from online startups to some of the biggest and most established companies in the United States – that are making the biggest changes to how we shop. Keep scrolling to see the full list: Amazon is creating the store of the future. Headquarters: Seattle, Washington Year founded: 1994 Why it’s revolutionary: In January,Amazon opened its first cashierless store, Amazon Go, in Seattle, which promised to create a completely slick shopping environment by using cameras and sensors to enable customers to purchase items without having to go to checkout or wait in line. Shoppers are automatically charged when they leave the store with an item. There … [Read more...] about These 18 companies are revolutionising retail