· Coronavirus: How the US death toll came to hit 100,000 →
Obituaries across the US are beginning to stitch together a picture of the lives lost in the pandemic.
· With 100,000 dead from coronavirus, U.S. sees its promise and flaws far more clearly →
So many Americans have met the moment: donating to charities, stitching masks and other personal protective equipment, supporting local restaurants and artists, commemorating birthdays with drive-by parades.
· Coronavirus Impact: 72% consumers want to buy from locally sourced items going forward: Deloitte Consumer Tracker Report →
The report ‘Deloitte Global State of the Consumer Tracker’ highlights the current state of Indian consumer who is anxious about health and safety at one end and is also trying to stitch up a plan for the new normal.
· Production in the Time of Pandemic: How Prada Works Now →
It is here that Prada’s craftspeople—nearly all of them women during the shift I pass through—cut, stitch, scythe, dye, paint, and rivet every proposed bag that is passed to them each season by Mrs. Prada and her design teams (and soon Raf Simons, too).
· With an ally in control of the party machine, Keir Starmer’s victory is complete →
It is worth pointing out that many in the party – across the political spectrum – believe that there is already a toxic culture in HQ, and that parliamentary selections were being stitched up during the Corbyn era too.
· Facebook’s latest TikTok-inspired app is a music-making platform called Collab →
Collab’s primary pitch is that you can create short-form videos split into three simultaneous sources, so you can perform a single song by playing three different instruments and stitching it all together.
· In a Bangladesh refugee camp, I’m worried about what lockdown means for the safety of Rohingya women →
A young woman that I helped recently needed nine stitches after her neighbour’s husband slashed the soles of her feet with a knife – during an argument over hygiene conditions