Tracy Philips show you how easy and fun it is to live a sustainable fashion life

(PHOTO: Tracy Philips)

(PHOTO: Tracy Philips)

By: Susanah Cheok

SINGAPORE – A predilection for vintage styles initiated Tracy Phillips into the world of sustainable fashion. Admittedly, as a teenager, she loved and bought vintage because she liked the looks of eras past, and because she could afford them, not because she wanted to be green or practise circular fashion. Inevitably though, those early years of buying vintage eventually sharpened in her a keen sense for living a sustainable lifestyle.

Says the director of PPURPOSE, a company that creates culturally-evolved programming for brands, spaces, and people through cause marketing, social outreach and content curation, “I’ve loved vintage and shopped second-hand since my teens, though honestly, it was less about sustainability then and more because I just love styles from past eras and it was what I could afford. But that induction into fashion meant that I’ve never needed things to be brand new

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Watch Ghd experts demo the best hairstyles live on YouTube tonight

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Ghd certainly knows how to create the best hairstyles and tonight you can get all the tips and tricks from their experts as they go live with their first-ever demo on YouTube.

The event is to celebrate the relaunch of their new heat protection line, a 10-piece collection to cater to all hair concerns whether that’s boosted volume, sleek locks, or high shine.

The brand that is forefront in the area of heat styling tools has a big fanbase in Ireland, tonight’s event is specifically for people here and in the UK.

Here’s what to expect from the live event that starts at 6 pm on YouTube, it promises to be a fun hour os so where you can pick up lots of information for styling at home.

Tonight’s event will be hosted by Ghd Global Head of Education, Dafydd Thomas, who will be joined in

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How Tabitha Brown Overcame Obstacles to Live Out Her Dream Life (Exclusive)

Tabitha Brown is opening up about life before fame! ET recently spoke with the 41-year-old vegan foodie turned social media superstar via Zoom, where she gave us all the details on what it was like growing up in North Carolina, to the financial, educational and personal hurdles she overcame to get to where she is today. On top of all her professional success, Brown’s greatest joy is being mom to the two kids — Choyce and Queston — she shares with her husband, Chance.

“I was raised in the town of Stoneville, but Eden is the city where I grew up and did all my schooling. Lil’ country girl at heart, and I have always wanted to perform ever since I was a little girl,” Brown told ET’s Deidre Behar. “I used to watch The Cosby Show when I was a kid and I used to tell my mom, ‘I

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