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Conditions at a Chinese factory where designer clothes are manufactured, including for Ivanka Trump's fashion line, were not entirely up-to-snuff for the 80 workers there: They punched in nearly 60 hours a week — many making just over $60 in that period, according to an outside audit last fall. 

That same facility was producing its clothes for New York-based G-III Apparel Group Ltd., which has the exclusive license to manufacture blouses, dresses and other items under Trump's label. 

The Fair Labor Association's report, released Monday, does not specifically mention the name of the factory or say whether workers had been tasked with a Trump-related project during the time of the audit. G-III also has partnerships with Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Kenneth Cole and Karl Lagerfeld, according to its website.

In a statement provided to NBC News on Wednesday, G-III said its factories are "routinely audited" by its "highly experienced team," as well as third-party groups such as the Fair Labor Association, which monitors the industry.
From flower girls in appliquéd high-tops to an inspired jean jacket, cotton tank top, tulle skirt and PVC pumps mashup, this was not your average Oscar de la Renta bridal show.

For spring ’18, newly minted co-designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia reworked the wedding-wardrobe playbook to charming, fresh effect. Shoes also walked the line between the house’s vaunted elegance and a welcome modernity. Like the gowns and smart pantsuits on display, styles were crisp and erred on the side of simplicity.

Pointed-toe pumps had high-shine PVC inserts at the side and thin piping. They mimicked a d’Orsay shape and were a sharp finishing touch to jumpsuit looks. The standard stiletto sandal was done in a pared-down asymmetrical snaking-strap version.

Abbreviated or intermission hemlines offered a peek at many of the footwear options in the collection. But the littlest ones in white stole the show, in either flora-embellished sneakers or adorable Mary Janes.
Every team in the NBA will be wearing Nike next season except for Michael Jordan‘s Charlotte Hornets, who will be the only team in the League wearing Jordan Brand.

MJ is of course the face of the Air Jordan brand, which continues to produce some of the hottest basketball kicks and apparel.

While the only noticeable difference on the Hornets’ uniforms may be a Jumpman logo, the possibilities for alternate uniforms are tantalizing.

Per team press release stated: "The Hornets will be the only team in the NBA wearing Jordan Brand uniforms, and with the agreement taking effect, the Hornets Fan Shop will have even more of the popular Jordan Brand Hornets merchandise than it has had previously."
Have you ever wished more people thought you worked in the dirt? Maybe, you wish more people perceived you as a pig farmer?

For $425 Nordstrom will help you make people think you do all the dirty work for a living.

The jeans, labeled Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans, are described on Nordstrom’s site as “Americana workwear that’s seen some hard-working action with a crackled, caked-on muddy coating that shows you’re not afraid to get down and dirty.”

People have already taken to reviewing the jeans, including “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe.

“Finally – a pair of jeans that look like they have been worn by someone with a dirty job…made for people who don’t. And you can have your very own pair for just $425.00,” Rowe wrote on a Facebook post that was shared thousands of times. “The Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans aren’t pants. They’re not even fashion. They’re a costume for wealthy people who see work as ironic – not iconic.”
The Fondation Louis Vuitton, the Gehry-designed gallery in Paris, which must be visited to be believed. And, as of this week, even more of an incentive – the opening of a new exhibition, Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier, which, as the title (with the help of Google Translate) suggests, is a new studio show dedicated to African Art.

The works on show will be assembled from every corner of the African continent, and, considering the size of said continent, the show is, understandably, split into three sections.

The first, titled “The Insiders”, offers a selection of works from renowned collector Jean Pigozzi’s personal treasure trove of contemporary African work. The second, “Being There”, will focus specifically on work from South Africa, one of the most dynamic centres of African art today.

Bringing the two together are works from Fondation Louis Vuitton, which look beyond Africa to include artists working outside their home countries. Call it all bases covered. Now, who’s going to pay for my Eurostar?