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To help negate the Snowman and reindeer autism it’s ok to be different ugly christmas sweater Furthermore, I will do this wasteful aspect, each suit is sustainably made, sourced from second hand markets or from deadstock from factories, and manufactured in her native Ukraine. Pelipas has an acute knowledge of the thrifting industry of Ukraine, which is an economic force in the Eastern European country. She began sourcing her own pieces from Lesnoy, a gigantic second hand market of stalls and stores of already-worn garb located about 15 minutes outside of Kyiv. When starting Bettter, she employed a scouting team of local youth who she knew frequented the markets. Now, the team travels beyond Kyiv to the likes of Ivano-Frankivsk and Chernivtsi on the hunt for second hand  pieces and fabric to rework into suits. For Pelipas, working with vintage is the most romantic part of creating clothes for Bettter. “Vintage has had life and what we do is we actually fix it. We really repair it to the condition where you can live in that suit,” she says. In addition to the second hand  market, Pelipas has also tapped local factories for deadstock fabric which has been rife with options, all of which comes at a time when they are facing an economic crisis. Her latest find? Fabric originally meant for old Ukrainian men’s suiting. “It’s brilliant,” she says. Pelipas has several ideas planned for Bettter, some of which includes algorithms. She has partnered with 3DLook, a startup from Odessa, Ukraine who won the LVMH Innovation Award in 2019. The company, which now has an office in Silicon Valley, scans the body and produces detailed measurements of the silhouette, something that Pelipas notes will create a made-to-measure suit virtually. The partnership also falls into a sustainability vein, meaning that there is no overproduction or excess product. “We really don’t want anyone to buy suits that won’t fit first,” says Pelipas. “It’s a really complicated process to customize something. But in our case, it’s optimizing because you don’t create anything that people don’t need. You only produce when people want it.” In addition, she wants to expand to sourcing and producing clothes in close-by countries with hefty second hand markets, like Poland or the Czech Republic. To minimize the carbon footprint of traveling and shipping, Pelipas’s team would provide simple algorithms for local seamstresses or tailors to easily create the clothing in their own country. Eventually, Pelipas wants to expand Bettter beyond suiting and into outerwear and denim, and collaborate with local designers. But her inspiration remains thrifting, of course. After a recent trip to the second hand market in Ukraine, she is already planning her next release. “I bought such beautiful, crazy old sweaters at Lesnoy. I’m so excited,” she says. “I am imagining all the pieces I can make with them now.”

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If you’ve ever thought to yourself, I wish Big Little Lies were (1) set on the Snowman and reindeer autism it’s ok to be different ugly christmas sweater Furthermore, I will do this Upper East Side and (2) not quite as good, then, boy, do I have a show for you. HBO’s The Undoing stars Nicole Kidman as Grace, a sought-after Manhattan therapist who gets dragged into a whirlwind of neo-noir mystery after her husband, Jonathan (Hugh Grant), is accused of murdering a mother at their son’s tony private school.Is the show perfect? By no means. What’s really striking about The Undoing, though, is its skillful visual representation of upper-crust, professional New York, and nowhere is this aesthetic perfection more evident than in the many, many, many expensive-looking coats that Grace wears as she stalks the wintry streets by her apartment, always in a rush.What makes Grace’s coats so great is their specificity of character. She is, after all, is a therapist, not a hyper-polished lady who lunches like many of her friends, and there’s a subtle hint of coziness to her outerwear that feels consonant with her profession, even though you can tell each coat was likely purchased at Bergdorf’s with the help of a personal shopper. Below, find adeeply necessary roundup of every piece of outerwear Grace wears on The Undoing, in order of their sartorial majestThis is the first coat we see Grace in, and it works perfectly with the auburn of her curls and the signature scarlet of her Starbucks cup. (Superrich therapists to the stars: They’re just like us! They drink mega-chain coffee!) She looks professional yet poised; this is a woman I’d gladly go out of network fo

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