FN Will Host Its First Virtual Roundtable Next Week, Examining ‘Outdoor & Fashion: The New Frontier’

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Brick-and-mortar is resuming in some parts of the U.S. and consumers are starting to spend again, but the retail landscape looks different today than three months ago — perhaps permanently. In FN’s latest Executive Smart Talk installment, a group of industry executives will explore the reinvention to come in the outdoor sector.

FN’s senior athletic and outdoor editor Peter Verry will host a virtual video roundtable conversation with industry leaders. Titled “Outdoor & Fashion: The New Frontier,” the event will take place on June 3 at 3 p.m. ET.

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‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Author Celeste Ng on Hulu Adaptation and Diversity in Publishing

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May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, a time to reflect on how these communities have shaped the history of the U.S. while also examining the struggles and discrimination they have faced in America. Author Celeste Ng joins CBS News’ Elaine Quijano to discuss her best-seller turned Hulu series “Little Fires Everywhere,” as well as her journey as a writer and her efforts to bring more diversity to the publishing industry. “One of the things we need

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Trust Us, Denim Skirts Are Definitely Still Cool

Just as a pair of baby blues is essential to any well-rounded wardrobe, so is a denim skirt. Heck, we’ve been wearing them since the 3rd grade (if not earlier). Now that’s loyalty. And while they’ve gone through quite a few transformations over the last however many years — from acid wash midi styles in the ’80s to Abercrombie & Fitch pleated minis in the early noughties — there’s something to say about the fact that we’ve never quite been able to bid them farewell.

Thankfully, the most recent drop of denim skirts doesn’t look anything like the mini skirts you “rocked” at the mall in middle school. Instead, we’re seeing all of the classic fits and dye jobs — some with a teensy bit, but not too much, flair — that remind us why we’ve always rallied behind denim skirts. To make shopping for this year’s jean skirt

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The 15 T-Shirt Brands We’re Buying Right Now

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Great T-shirts have always been a staple in every wardrobe. A good T-shirt is essential for staying fresh while working out, keeping cozy while lounging, and now they’re also a mainstream fashion — and power — statement. Well-dressed execs are rocking premium tees with a suit, while hypebeasts sport plain white T-shirts to showcase grail-worthy sneakers and accessories. In short, everyone seems to be upping their T-shirt game.

This T-shirt renaissance would have sounded insane a few decades ago. Stand-alone tees used to be a pillar of counterculture fashion, stylishly protesting the collard shirt corporate world. But once Brando and Dean donned their white tees in A Streetcar Named Desire and Rebel Without a Cause, respectively, the T-shirt was changed for good.

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