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Emmys’s most memorable

I know it should be plot before fashion when perusing television, but oftentimes I become more engrossed with what the characters are wearing than the narrative. That’s what happens when I watch Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Allison Brie in Mad Men, Robin Wright in House of Cards, Kerry Washington and Scott Foley in Scandal, Kerri Russell in The Americans, Kit Harrington and Nikolaj Caster-Waldau in Game of Thrones (GoT), and all episodes of Project Runway, RuPaul’s Drag Race and American Horror Story: Coven. I consider these shows to be television’s best dressed.

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Zara apologizes for another show of bad taste

INTERNATIONAL fashion chain Zara has apologized and stopped selling a children’s shirt after complaints that the garment evoked uniforms worn by Jewish prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. The shirt has horizontal blue and white stripes and bears a six-pointed yellow star on the left side of the chest. A zoomed-in view of the picture on Zara’s web site shows the word “sheriff” printed on the star.

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Hugo Barra, from Menlo Park to Beijing

WHY leave a strong, established powerhouse—indeed one of the biggest, most formidable and most influential companies in the world—just to create something new from the ground up? Ask Hugo Barra and you will get an answer that makes perfect sense.

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