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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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    ‘Wolf in Sheep’s Apparel’: Suspect in French Assault

    French police at ease the entrance of the Air Products corporation in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, close toLyon, valuable jap France. (Agence France-Presse) PARIS: Yassin Salhi was a quiet man with a job, a own family and no crook record earlier than he allegedlylaunched a grisly assault at an business gasoline manufacturing facility in France and pinned his […]

  • CLOTHING
    ‘Wolf in Sheep’s apparel’: Suspect in French attack

    French police cozy the doorway of the Air products agency in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon, criticaljap France. (Agence France-Presse) PARIS: Yassin Salhi become a quiet man with a job, a circle of relatives and no criminal file before he allegedly released a grisly assault at an business gasoline manufacturing facility in France and pinned his boss’s […]

  • French fashion mogul Pierre Bergé hits out at ‘Islamic’ clothing

    Bergé took aim at the big fashion chains that have followed the Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana in catering specifically to the Muslim market. “I am scandalised,” the 85-year-old told French radio station Europe 1 on Wednesday. “Creators should have nothing to do with Islamic fashion. Designers are there to make women more beautiful, to […]