Weekly News Update

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  • The Washington Post highlighted the Escada Spring Summer 2019 show, including 1980s-inspired women’s suits complete with pastel-colored … sneakers?
  • Fashionista considered the evolution of work fashion on TV shows.
  • Fashionista also shared “alternative-fit” options for sunglasses.
  • The Inventory explained why a particular Japanese sunscreen is worth the hefty price tag.
  • Fast Company offered seven work bags to keep your life organized.
  • The Cut provided how to prepare for an interview, according to Alison Green of Ask a Manager.
  • A Medium writer asked, will “Time’s up” be applied to the uneven distribution of responsibilities women bear in motherhood and marriage? (What do you think?)
  • The New York Times suggested strategies for long-distance caregiving, including how to adjust your work schedule.
  • The New York Times featured an essay by Joyce Maynard regarding her decision to speak publicly about her relationship with J.D. Salinger. When they met, she was 18 — he was 53.
  • Politico reported that after this week’s New York primary, former public defender and Brooklyn council member Tish James could become the first African-American woman to be elected attorney general of New York.
  • Meanwhile, Elle reported that Ayanna Pressley is poised to be the first black woman to represent Massachusetts in the House of Representatives.
  • For Your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s shared the people you would meet in the comment section of a “Money Diaries” entry on Refinery 29.

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Comments

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  2. Oof, that Medium article was a hard read, but worthwhile. My husband is awesome, but still, STILL, he doesn’t really, truly get how much s h i t women put up with.

  3. Anonymous :

    The Joyce Maynard story was new to me; thanks for sharing it. The comments (including the featured ones) are mostly a mess, but for me the article resonated with the Avital Ronell story that I’ve been following (and, well, with all the “literary” novels I’ve been throwing against the wall lately).

  4. Buy the Japanese Biore sunscreen linked in the Inventory article. Seriously, it is the best sunscreen ever. I’ll never go back to American sunscreens.

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