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Top Fashion Stories of the Week: December 29

The final week of the year is rarely one for bombshell fashion news — even an ever-churning machine like the fashion industry slows its pace a little bit between Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve — and this week was no exception. However, despite a pointed lack of attention-grabbing headlines, there was still plenty for keen-nosed fashion fiends to sniff out.

Highlights include some of the “stealth wealth” ‘fits from Succession being auctioned off, Jennie of BLACKPINK fame announcing the launch of ODD ATELIER, her own fashion label, Lil Uzi Vert announcing that they’d begin designing women’s clothing after “retiring” from music and Harry Rosen, the founder of the eponymous menswear label, dying at 92. Besides those news bits, there was a nice morsel for fans of high-end Americana, with visvim revealing its SS24 collection.

Below, Hypebeast has rounded up the top fashion stories of the week so you can stay up to date on trends in the industry.

Succession‘s Signature “Stealth Wealth” Style Hits the Auction Block

HBO’s Succession and the fictional, ultra-wealthy Roy family that starred in it were beacons of “stealth wealth,” one of 2023’s biggest fashion buzzwords. While the jury’s still out on if “stealth wealth” was an actual sartorial movement or just a zeitgeist-defining term — ultra-wealthy individuals who want to show their means more subtly have long worn subtle garments from brands like Loro Piana and Zegna, and their high price points keep them from full mainstream adoption — some of the Roys’ clothing from the show is now up for auction. A prop auction from Succession hosted by Heritage Auctions features the Roys’ famous suits plus gear from Prada Lanvin, Saint Laurent and more.

BLACKPINK’s Jennie Starts Her Own Brand

Alright, alright: we’re bending the rules a little bit

Message from the Minister of Health and Minister of Mental Health and Addictions and Associate Minister of Health on Digital Health Week November 13-19, 2023


November 14, 2023 | Ottawa, Ontario | Health Canada

More than ever before, digital technologies are becoming central to the health and well-being of Canadians. This Digital Health Week, we want to recognize how digital health is transforming the delivery of care and improving health outcomes across Canada.

Canadians should be able to securely access their health information electronically, yet currently, only about one third of Canadians can access some of their health information online.

Clinicians also can’t easily access or share patient health information, because electronic health care systems don’t always connect. This can affect patient safety, add unnecessary or duplicative tests, and result in longer wait times and hospital stays. We all deserve a health care system that allows for the sharing of health information between health professionals—allowing for better care while respecting privacy.

The potential of a digitally-connected health care system for Canadians is significant. Whether it’s obtaining a prescription without the need for physical paperwork, or consulting with your doctor from the comfort of your home, digital health care systems and services should be easily accessible whenever and wherever they are needed.

Earlier this year, our government outlined its Working Together to Improve Health Care for Canadians plan to invest close to $200 billion over 10 years to improve health care for Canadians. Within this funding, $25 billion is allocated through tailored bilateral agreements to address the unique needs of their populations and advance shared health priorities with each province and territory. These bilateral agreements include commitments by all levels of government

Throne of Grace Clothing Named ‘Emerging Designer of the Year’ at Phoenix Fashion Week 2024

Throne of Grace Clothing, the faith-inspired fashion brand founded by Tony James in Phoenix, Arizona, secured the esteemed title of “Emerging Designer of the Year” at the Phoenix Fashion Week 2024. James, the mastermind behind the brand, has infused premium streetwear with unapologetic designs that boldly intertwine style and faith.

Throne of Grace Clothing

Throne of Grace Clothing specializes in crafting fashion-forward lifestyle essentials, including premium hoodies, sweaters, hats, and trendsetting t-shirts. The brand’s unique identity resonates with individuals across the United States and Europe, seeking to make a faith-driven statement through their clothing choices.

Brian Hill, Executive Director of Phoenix Fashion Week, praises the brand’s growth during the intensive Designer Bootcamp, noting its evolution into a highly sought-after collection. This recognition positions Throne of Grace Clothing as a rising star in the world of faith-driven fashion.

“Phoenix Fashion Week is proud to announce that our 2024 Emerging Designer of the Year is Tony James of the brand, Throne of Grace Clothing. During the 3 months of Designer Bootcamp, our team was fortunate to see this brand grow from its infancy into a highly sought-after collection of trendsetting designs for faith-driven visionaries worldwide. Watch out for this brand as Tony and his team creatively fuse together faith and fashion”, said Hill.

James expressed gratitude for the award, acknowledging the hard work and passion embedded in every garment created by Throne of Grace. The “Designer of the Year” honor is seen as a shared achievement with the brand’s supportive community.

Throne of Grace Clothing

“I am incredibly honored and humbled to be named ‘Designer of the Year’ by Phoenix Fashion Week,” said James. “This award is a testament to the hard work and passion that goes into every piece of clothing we create at Throne of Grace. This award is shared with the community that has surrounded our brand

Fire sparks appreciation for MDR Department – Medical Device Reprocessing Week, Oct. 8-14

Two members of the MDR team stand smiling at the camera. They are wearing hospital scrubs.

MDR (Medical Device Reprocessing) is truly the heart of the hospital, this department supports the entire site for any equipment or instrument needed, from bedpans to OR instrumentation and everything in between.Crystal Steck, Business Process Manager, Medical Device Reprocessing Department

The Best Menswear Deals of the Week

Looking for the best menswear deals the worldwide web has to offer? Look no further. Each week, GQ utilizes the latest in deal-identifying technology—i.e. a couple of our staffers spend most of the day shopping online—to uncover all the wildest markdowns on wardrobe-boosting buys from the best men’s clothing sales on the internet. This week includes massive discounts on a standout floral button-up, red-hot running shoes, big, baggy cargo shorts, and 20 other sizzling menswear deals you can’t afford to miss. Plus, don’t forget to check out some of our favorite sitewide sales below.

Matches: Boy oh boy, the Matches Summer Sale is a fashion overload full of designer deals for up to 50% off (limited time only)

Todd Snyder: Legendary polos, crispy denim, fine tailoring and so much more are up to 70% off over at Todd Snyder’s packed sale section (limited time only)

Patagonia: The legendary outdoor retailer just launched its epic sale full of past-season faves and forever grails for up to 30% off (limited time only)

Rag & Bone: Save 40% off plus an extra 20% off Rag & Bone’s cavalcade of modern menswear staples (limited time only)

Nordstrom: The notorious Nordstrom Anniversary Sale may be over, but there are still loads of solid discounts piled up in the retailer’s regular ol’ sale section—up to 60% off (limited time only)

Huckberry: Huckberry’s sale section is going strong with deals on rugged garments, beautiful home goods, and rough-and-tumble outdoor gear up to 40% off (limited time only)

Acne Studios: Acne’s got a glut of gorgeous goods on deeeeep discounts up to 60% off including the brand’s consistently popular jeans, wild knits, and more (limited time only)

SSENSE: If you haven’t heard by now, the infamous SSENSE sale has been chugging

Mr. Saturday Throws Host Its Sophomore Men’s Paris Fashion Week Runway

DJing, nightlife, and fashion have a unique relationship among pop culture and foster intrinsic collaborations. As a DJ and founder of the Mr. Saturday clothing line, Joey Gollish knows it can be a monotonous job, but that nightlife is about dressing up and being the [freest] version of oneself. The historical significance of nightlife as a safe haven for marginalized communities has allowed many to express their passion for music and its role in driving creativity and culture.

The evolution of DJing and the mix of different music genres explains how Mr. Saturday channels the idea of feeling free and expressing oneself through fashion. A sartorial discussion of breaking societal rules and bending fashion norms, Mr. Saturday represents the opportunity to be true to themselves – especially on the weekend.

“I’ve been DJing since before I made clothes,” Gollish notes. “I think, for me, it was just a big learning moment of – if I want to work 3:00 AM to 5:00 AM four nights a week. I love playing when I get the opportunity,” as he did recently.”

Gollish recalls his recent experience during a premier in Cannes, “So The Idol premiered at Cannes, and Abel [The Weeknd] and the team invited me to DJ the official HBO after party. I got to play with Justice, which was super cool. [There were] DJ’s

Where Does Uphealth Inc (UPH) Stock Fall in the Health Information Services Field After It Is Higher By 0.49% This Week?

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Tuesday, March 07, 2023 01:23 PM | InvestorsObserver Analysts

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Where Does Uphealth Inc (UPH) Stock Fall in the Health Information Services Field After It Is Higher By 0.49% This Week?

A rating of 47 puts Uphealth Inc (UPH) near the middle of the Health Information Services industry according to InvestorsObserver. Uphealth Inc’s score of 47 means it scores higher than 47% of stocks in the industry. Uphealth Inc also received an overall rating of 40, putting it above 40% of all stocks. Health Information Services is ranked 97 out of the 148 industries.

Overall Score - 40
UPH has an Overall Score of 40. Find out what this means to you and get the rest of the rankings on UPH!

What do These Ratings Mean?

Trying to find the best stocks can be a daunting task. There are a wide variety of ways to analyze stocks in order to determine which ones are performing the strongest. InvestorsObserver makes the entire process easier by using percentile rankings that allows you to easily find the stocks who have the strongest evaluations by analysts.

This ranking system incorporates numerous factors used by analysts to compare stocks in greater detail. This allows you to find the best stocks available in any industry with relative ease. These percentile-ranked scores using both fundamental and technical analysis give investors an easy way to view the attractiveness of specific stocks. Stocks with the highest scores have the best evaluations by analysts working on Wall Street.

What’s Happening With Uphealth Inc Stock Today?

Uphealth Inc (UPH) stock is higher by 1% while the S&P 500 is down -1.2% as of 1:03 PM on Tuesday, Mar 7. UPH is higher by $0.02 from the previous closing price of $2.03 on volume of 7,815 shares. Over the past year the S&P 500 is down -4.79% while UPH is down -90.00%. UPH lost -$15.17 per share the over the last

New health advice says more than two drinks a week a ‘risk’

No, Canada!

America’s buzzkill next-door neighbor has issued radical new health recommendations, stating there’s no such thing as “safe” drinking and urging imbibers to curb consumption as much as possible.

The eyebrow-raising edict, from a government agency called the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, encourages no drinking whatsoever, while allowing that one to two standard-size drinks per week is the maximum for those hoping to avoid a range of unsavory side-effects from cancer to heart disease.

“Research shows that no amount or kind of alcohol is good for your health,” the authors wrote. “Drinking alcohol, even a small amount, is damaging to everyone, regardless of age, sex, gender, ethnicity, tolerance for alcohol or lifestyle.”

The advice suggests there's no such thing as no-risk drinking.
The advice suggests there’s no such thing as no-risk drinking.
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The anti-booze directive — echoing a recent report released by the World Health Organization — represents a dramatic change from Canadian guidance issued in 2011, which classified consumption of 15 or fewer drinks per week for men and 10 for women as low risk, the Guardian reported.

The advice is also a stark departure from current guidelines out of the US, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allow for two drinks a day for men and one for women.

“This isn’t about prohibition,” Canadian guideline panel member Peter Butt told the Guardian. “We wanted to simply … present the evidence to the Canadian public, so they could reflect on their drinking and make informed decisions. It’s fundamentally based on the right to know.”

According to the new directive, 1-2 drinks per week is the maximum that could be considered truly low risk.
According to the new directive, one to two drinks per week is the maximum that could be considered truly low risk.
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Drinkers who enjoy three to six drinks per week risk developing “several types of cancer including breast and colon cancer,”

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