(from left) Kendall Jenner wearing a £775 Louis Vuitton, Fearne Cotton wearing an Accessorise bum bag, Rachel Johnson in a black leather Burberry number, Rihanna in a £75 bag and Lottie Moss in a £20 bag
(Left to Right) Wando Evans and Phillip Thomas, two employees at an Evergreen Park Walmart, died of coronavirus just four days apart
The grocery store employees joined forces with customers to demand ‘adequate protections’, reports. The group met in a Whole Foods parking lot where they stood apart to protest.
‘The fact that we’re still expected to report to work in a compromised warehouse to ship non-essential products if we still want to earn our living tells me that Amazon and Jeff Bezos clearly value profits above employee safety or health.’
Two Walmart employees at the same Chicago-area store, a Trader Joe’s worker in New York, and a greeter at a Maryland Slot Pulsa Tanpa Potongan Giant grocery store passed away in the last two weeks, reports.
But now they are totally a ‘thing’ again. The new designer ones – Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci are all doing a version – are fatly super-sized, covered with studs and dollar signs and dripping with zips and chains.
They’re officially cool. Which is great.
Some local governments and law enforcement agencies across the US and Canada are now threatening to fine shoppers around $365 if they are caught in the act, as they run the risk of endangering the lives of the essential workforce forced to clean up the used gear left behind.
Other frontline workers have also gone on strike as a result of working conditions, including those as Amazon facilities, with owner Jeff Bezos being accused of ‘valuing profit over safety’.
So celebs from the Jenners to Rihanna and even the bountifully bootied Kim Kardashian – the last woman in the world, frankly, who needs a bottom accessory of any description – are marching around NY-LON (That’s New York-London) with them as if required to by law, and fashion police be damned.