Tag: covid-19

Fashion Brands Have Donated Millions to Coronavirus Relief

Fashion April 2, 2020 0 Comments

The fashion industry faces a dire financial future. Stores are closed, production is largely halted, runway shows are canceled, and magazines are scrambling to figure out how to produce remotely. But companies are still diving deep into their pockets to donate millions of dollars to help fight the coronavirus. They’re also doing what they can with the resources they have, whether that means sewing

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What It’s Like to Have Coronavirus When You’re a Health Care Worker

Health & Fitness April 1, 2020 0 Comments

She thinks she got it from community spread—but her medical knowledge helped her recognize when her symptoms were getting bad. In our new series What It’s Like, we speak with people from a wide range of backgrounds about how their lives have changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this installment, we hear from a nurse, E.W., who is currently

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17 Things to Do If You Feel Cooped Up, Isolated, and All-Around Crappy

Lifestyle March 29, 2020 0 Comments

Cabin fever is hitting hard. As people struggle with suddenly being stuck at home in the name of slowing the spread of the new coronavirus, it’s hitting me how much practice I have with this whole social distancing thing. As an introvert who lives alone, has the freedom to work remotely regularly, and deals with mental illness, a good deal of my normal

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The 15 Best Sweatsuits for Staying Home

Fashion March 28, 2020 0 Comments

Staying indoors for days on end with no social contact leaves the mind free to wander. I’ve been doing a lot of soul-searching, and one thing I’ve realized about myself is that I am extremely good at buying sweatsuits. My sweatsuit collection is robust to the point of ridiculousness. I began collecting them during a Paris Hilton phase, followed by a Sopranos phase, followed

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Virtual Tastings, Free Shipping, and More: Your Guide to the Wine World During Quarantine

Lifestyle March 27, 2020 0 Comments

The new Napa? A bushel of wineries that offer virtual tastings Spring usually heralds the beginning of traffic jam season in wine country, but this year it’s bandwidth, not bumper-to-bumper bachelorette parties you’ll need to worry about. Much as the rest of the world changed overnight with the arrival of the coronavirus, so too has the wine world had to respond to the

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