“It bothers me, but a lot of retailers are getting their clothes from these places and I can’t see how I can change anything,” 21-year-old university student Elizabeth McNail said, clutching a brown paper bag from clothier Primark the day after a building collapse in Savar, Bangladesh, killed at least 381 people. “They definitely need to improve, but I’ll still shop here. It’s so cheap.” (Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images)
Top trends from Toronto Fashion Week’s fall/winter 2013 shows Some of the more interesting trends to emerge at World MasterCard Fashion Week a few days ago in Toronto? Biker jackets, for one. And wearing white for winter is another. And we’ve got a bunch more that’ll scratch your style itch, with a full gallery of pieces from the shows. [Chris Young/Canadian Press]
Suit & Tie: David Beckham showed off some of his skills on Wednesday during his trip to China, playing with students at a middle school in Beijing.
Beckham is on a five-day visit to China at the invitation of the China Football Association as China’s first international ambassador. (Photos: Alexander F. Yuan/The Associated Press; Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)
“We have determined that certain shipments of product received from our factories … do not meet our technical specifications,” wrote the company in a Monday afternoon statement titled “Black Luon Pants Shortage Expected.” (Benjamin Norman/Bloomberg)
Lawrence took an embarrassing stumble as she took the steps to the Oscar stage, falling to her knees in her flowing Dior gown. But by the time she got to the microphone, the Dolby Theatre crowd applauded her with a sympathetic standing ovation.
When asked what happened when she fell, the star quipped: “What went through my mind when I fell down? A bad word that I can’t say that starts with ‘f’.” (Photos: Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP; Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)