#ICYMI: Hadid body shaming, Suno closing down and aging beauty in the new Pirelli calendar
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The body shaming of the Hadid sisters continues with Bella facing Insta-accusations for being too thin on her latest gig representing Nike and an active, healthy lifestyle. (Huffington Post)
Those who destroyed their New Balance kicks following the brand’s expressed support for Trump (and endorsement from neo-Nazis) has been offered box-fresh pairs from Reebok. (Dazed Digital)
Despite winning multiple high profile awards and enjoying steady A-list endorsement, “luxury lifestyle brand with a conscience” Suno is closing down, founder Max Osterweis has confirmed. (British Vogue)
This Black Friday, Patagonia channelled their anti-consumerist stance differently by donating 100 percent of its global proceeds to grassroots organizations working to “protect our air, water and soil for future generations.” (Ecouterre)
Following last year’s departure from the norm, the 2017 Pirelli calendar shot by Peter Lindbergh is a tribute to hardworking role models and aging beauty. (Observer)
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