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  • ErgoWear EW0701 FEEL Modal Mini Boxer Color White

    The ErgoWear EW0701 FEEL Modal Long Boxer is made in one of the best textiles for underwear. The new FEEL Modal line is replacing FEEL Original and adds another layer of exclusivity into the ErgoWear family of luxurious underwear line. It's designed to last longer while at the same time maintaining its supportive fit wash after wash. Fully ergonomic design. Its moisture wicking material boasts a 50% higher absorption rate when compared to cotton. Helping you stay fresh all day, while enjoying its silky feeling when rubbing against your skin.

  • Marc Jacobs's New Muse Is a Gospel Singer With Southern Charm

    Sometimes helping out your friends leads to unexpected opportunities. This time last year, Alexis Ruby’s photographer friends asked her to pose for a few pictures, and like most images these days, they wound up on social media. At the time, the Atlanta native thought nothing of it, music was her focus. “I grew up singing southern gospel music and traveling with my family. I was singing in choirs and a cappella groups from the time I was five until I left for college,” says Ruby backstage at Marc Jacobs’s fall 2020 show tonight. “If you spend enough time with me, you’ll soon realize I sing everything.” Vocal talents aside, when fashion came calling Ruby took a chance on a new opportunity. “Modeling found me; it kind of fell in my lap,” she explains. “By chance, my mother agent saw me on Instagram. Within a couple of months, he sent me to New York to meet with the top agencies, and I found my home at IMG.” Unlike many of her new model peers, Ruby, 23, is entering the industry as an adult rather than a wide-eyed teenager and it shows. Curvy, confident, and fun, she’s been a breath of fresh air on the runway. For Ruby, who made her debut during the Jacobs’s show last September, working with the designer and his team including casting director, Anita Bitton has been a dream come true. “To have someone that is such an icon take a chance on me for his show last season and then continue our relationship means the world to me,” she says. “I don’t think he will ever truly know how much he changed my life.” Many of those changes have involved getting to know the ins and outs of her new gig. The first step? Learning how to deal with the hectic schedule and increased scrutiny. “[I’ve] had to learn to put myself first. My physical and mental health has to be on point if I’m going to survive this life,” she says. “I have always been someone to put others first, drop everything, and be there for the people who need me. I had to learn that I can be a good friend, girlfriend, and daug...

  • This All-Female DJ Collective Wants to Empower the Women of Shanghai's Nocturnal World

    In 19th-century rural China, peasant women of the Jiangyong County in the southern Hunan province developed a secret script named Nüshū. Its characters, mastered by women and indecipherable to men, appear in thin, downward-slanting wisps, like spider legs dancing across paper. Women used the writing system to communicate their most intimate thoughts to one another in China’s heavily gender-divided society—a disparity that still endures today. These ancient origins have inspired the founders of a new NVSHU, an all-female music collective founded in 2018 among the ever-expanding skylines of modern-day Shanghai. Lhaga Koondhor (aka Asian Eyez), Amber Akilla, and Daliah Spiegel began the project last year by offering deejaying lessons to femme, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ people in the local electronic music scene. But beyond that, they hoped to provide these marginalized individuals—among them, emerging producers, DJs, and artists—a gathering place in the city. Although this class of DJ workshop has become increasingly prevalent in the West, in Shanghai, NVSHU is the first of its kind. As expat DJs, Koondhor and Akilla bonded over their parallel histories of navigating the white, male-dominated Western club industry. Despite coming from different backgrounds—Spiegel, originally from Vienna, relocated to Shanghai in 2014; Koondhor and Akilla moved from Switzerland and Australia, respectively, in 2017—all three strove to activate “a space that allows female and LGTBQ+ people to DJ without feeling intimidated,” Akilla says. In their eyes, NVSHU is more of a loose network of instructors and participants with similar values organized over social media rather than “a closed members club,” Koondhor says. NVSHU offers lessons in both English and Mandarin, and while its founders are English speakers, they are careful of imposing their native language onto local students and extend that sensitivity to every corner of what they do. As an expatriate, Akilla is acutely aware of the limit...

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