• CLOTHING
    The Sexist History Of No Pockets In Women’s Clothing

    An historical reenactment of medieval bags. Photo: DEA / C. BALOSSINI / Getty When shopping for women’s jeans, how many times have you found yourself disappointed with the pockets of the garment? They are either fake or too small to serve the purpose of being a pocket. As women, we all are also familiar with […]

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    Clothing Drive Supports Foster Children with Burleigh County Social Services

    Two local organizations came together to help restock the Burleigh County Social Services closet. The donations provide foster families with much needed clothing to support these children. ‘Share the Love’ and ‘FIND’ partnered to place clothing bins at New Song Church. They are collecting clothing and pajamas in sizes that will fit children, from sizes for […]

  • Overflowing clothing donations in Madison

    MADISON Ala. — Seeing donation bins for clothes or other used goods outside of stores is commonplace, but a viewer recently contacted us about one location where the donations are piling up. The bins are part of a free recycling service that lets users get rid of their unwanted clothes. But some are asking what […]

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    Where Are Our Useful Futuristic Clothes Already?

      Future Tense is a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University that examines emerging technologies, public policy, and society. Remember the old days, when you had to pull out your handheld telephonic device and unlock it—using your thumb!—in order to check the location of your incoming human-operated rideshare? How archaic! Or what about when you wasted valuable […]

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    What Should French Fashion Do With Its Unsold Clothing?

    PARIS, France — Two years ago, France was the first country to pass a law preventing supermarkets from throwing away or destroying unsold food. Under the country’s circular economy roadmap, lawmakers are planning to do the same for clothing. Spearheaded by prime minister Édouard Philippe, by 2019 new regulations or incentives could prohibit brands from discarding […]

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    New men’s clothing store launches in The Meadows

    Tony D. Brewer Sr. enjoys good clothing. It’s one reason he decided to start his first business venture with a men’s clothing store at The Meadows shopping center. His store name: The Classic Man. Brewer’s business was the first new store to sign on at the newly owned and managed shopping center on Terre Haute’s […]

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    Today’s Chic Look? ‘Upcycled’ Clothes

    What’s a hot trend in high-end fashion? Getting shoppers to pay just as much for used clothes as they do for new ones. Many designers are putting luxury spins on second-hand clothing, repurposing them under the mantle of sustainability to appeal to socially conscious customers. Their pitch: Getting a handle on the waste generated by an […]

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    Disregarding the gender norms of clothing

    The opinions and views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the opinion of Byte or Byte’s editorial board. (Photo by: Jeremy Rogers) Men, let’s be honest: compared to women, our clothing options are fairly limited. Women are free to wear any apparel they desire. Society has deemed it […]

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    16 Salutes: Double D Clothing Drive

    DICKSON CITY — A young woman in Lackawanna County is on a mission to help those in need. She’s doing it with her own clothing drive. If you plan on spring cleaning your closet in the near future, there’s a woman in Lackawanna County who can take your trash and make it someone else’s treasure. […]