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Peter Greyson

July 28, 2015

Boasting a boutique atmosphere with prices interns will find affordable, this popular Our Company clothing store has earned a reputation for being the woman's go-to shop for fun, trendy looks easily transcend from work to play.

The lengthy Leisure Clothing case is set to take long to settle after a Magistrate abstained from hearing proceedings because of her previous involvement in the case. Newly-appointed Magistrate Donatella FrendoDimech said she could not preside over the case seeing that she had given advice to the police and the Industrial Relations Tribunal in her previous role as Deputy Attorney General. While she could be exempted by the defence and prosecution, DrFrendoDimech said she did not feel she should preside over the case because of her previous heavy involvement in the case. Source: Independent Website

Peter Greyson

July 28, 2015

Wet weather shrinks clothing sales at fashion business SuperGroup

IT looks like the mild wet weather we've been having has shrunk the shares at Gloucestershire world-wide fashion business SuperGroup plc. Reports ahead of today's half year results show a 10 per cent slump in the Cheltenham firm's stock as investors saw the firm become one of many forced to discount to boost sales ahead of December 25. Source: Gloucestershireecho Website

Peter Greyson

July 28, 2015

Clothing that wards off winter chill in Alaska

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is usually my go-to website for weather forecasts — and if one is to be out and about most days, the weather rules almost all activities. What I am having trouble with over the past month is accuracy. On Monday, the National Weather Service — part of NOAA — forecast that the Delta Junction weather was mostly cloudy and a couple degrees above zero. AccuWeather said it was minus-2, while Weather Underground claimed minus-9. Reality was 7 above. I'm not sure where this comes from? I do know that a 16-degree swing is significant if one is dressing to be outside all day. Source: Adn Website

Peter Greyson

July 28, 2015

Fashion house makes fur clothing from roadkill

Pamela Paquin’s source for fashion is either “tres chic” or will make you shriek. She creates neck muffs, leg warmers, hats, purses and more from roadkill, or “accidental fur,” as she prefers to call it.As owner of Petite Mort Furs, a 2-year-old Boston-area company, she said she’s offering the fur industry an alternative to wild fur trapping and large-scale fur farms. Source: Thestar Website

Peter Greyson

July 28, 2015

Sparta boy collects winter clothing for those in need

To help keep those people stay warm, an area boy is stepping up in a big way with what's called "Project: Winter is Coming." 9 year-old Carter Mandel of Sparta is collecting winter attire for the area's homeless population. The idea came one night when he was leaving choir practice and saw the problem first-hand. "After practice, there would be all these people huddling all around the warming center, that's the church now, but I always just felt bad for them," said Carter Mandel. Source: Channel3000 Website