Wouldn’t or not it’s nice if all the items we tend to love best were good for us and good for the world? Not so in the real world but quite frankly, if we could exercise a little bit of control whereas we’re working to make things higher for everyone, we would probably be a nicer bunch anyway. That’s, if we cared less regarding the most recent this or the most recent that, we might probably have a ton more space in our lives for caring additional about what we’re doing to the world and how the other [*fr1] live.
That’s why it’s therefore interesting to think of moral fashion and whether these two words can really belong together or not. Fairtrade fashion is undoubtedly one thing that the fashionistas prefer to blog concerning and shout about and occasionally feature on a product page but you’re unlikely to determine a size zero model sporting ethical clothes on the quilt of the glossiest fashion or lifestyle magazine, when all, it’s still not as en vogue as McQueen or McCartney and actually doesn’t carry the same cachet.
So can there be a time that moral fashion and couture meet and become one? Possibly in the terribly distant future yes but at the instant there simply is not the vary of materials widely accessible from moral sources and there is no method the outfits you see on the runway will be entirely made of organic cotton anytime soon. What you must keep in mind though is that there are high end fashion designers championing Fairtrade clothing and whereas this may seem insignificant after they’re continuing to form from non-moral and Fairtrade sources, Rome wasn’t built in a day.
If you look on the high street, you’ll be amazed at the growth in ethical and fairtrade fashion labels and collections and most are blended seamlessly into the remainder of the garments, shoes and accessories on sale. There are some that actually emphasise the ethical angle in their merchandising however really this will be detrimental to sales as customers read these clothes in an entirely totally different means to their staple items and brands. This goes back to the thought of distinction and cachet created by clothes and the idea of moral and Fairtrade unfortunately still conjures up images of hippies, green peace and do-gooders and those who are extremely into their high street or couture fashion definitely don’t want to be lumped in with those.
Thus maybe the answer is to quietly build up the world of moral clothes and truthful trade shopping and not shout it from the rooftops. To mix the ethical t shirts in with the bog customary t-shirts and to subtly increase the quantity of fairtrade fashion on the high street without making a huge song and dance regarding it. This manner, we tend to will happily put the words moral and fashion together, just behind the scenes and on the label and not within the window, on-line or in magazines. BOLA TANGKAS
500,000 Dominoes – The Year in Domino – 3 Guinness World Records
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English: Coming Soon
Motto: ‘The Year in Domino – A Festival of Colors’
496,746 Dominoes / 472,209 Dominoes toppled
Originally, exactly 500,000 dominoes were set up by the team but unfortunately some of them toppled a few minutes before the show
Date: Saturday, 16th August 2014
Place: Wilhelm-Lückert-Gym in Büdingen (Germany)
Official Sinners Domino Entertainment (SDE) Event 2014
Builders: 16 (Sinners Domino Entertainment (6), Austrian Domino Art (2), Dominofan238, Ludominosa, Dominofan0803, Linux5324, MHedomino, NanoDomino, Jaytar42, Fiestazoker)
The most dominoes toppled in a circle bomb is 54,321 and was achieved by Sinners Domino Entertainment (Germany), on the set of „The Year in Domino – A Festival of Colors“, at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany, on 16 August 2014.
The most dominoes toppled underwater by a team is 10,489 and was achieved by Sinners Domino Entertainment (Germany), on the set of „The Year in Domino – A Festival of Colors“, at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany, on 16 August 2014.
The most dominoes stacked on one single piece is 1,055 and was achieved by Sinners Domino Entertainment (Germany), during the production of „The Year in Domino – A Festival of Colors“, at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany, on 12 August 2014.
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Unit Manager: Marcel Pürrer
Video Producer: Mathias Ritter
Event Technology Supervisor: Matthias Heinzelmann
Verification Record Attempts / Record Adjudication: Kurt Weckesser (Notary), Olaf Kuchenbecker (Rekord Institut für Deutschland), Eva Norroy & Kristian Teufel (Guinness World Records)
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Hessischer Rundfunk & HR3 (Sarah-Lisa Angress, David Kerszis, Klaus Krückemeyer)
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On The Beach – Jingle Punks
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