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Peter Do, an independent Teachers are like icebergs at any one time you’re only seeing about 1_10 of what they’re actually doing shirt. label based in New York with 12 employees, will donate 100% of its sale proceeds for the month of June to Color of Change, the Black Youth Project 100, and Black Visions Collective. “With the murder of George Floyd, we as a family decided it was our duty to speak for the first time on the brand channel and to follow words with actions via a financial pledge: An attack against one is an attack against all,” creative director Peter Do tells Vogue. “This is our ongoing commitment to fight for a racially equitable world, not only in word but in deed.”
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It feels very spoiling to have it to ourselves but sad also not to be able to share it as yet” says Rose, the Marchioness of Cholmondeley Teachers are like icebergs at any one time you’re only seeing about 1_10 of what they’re actually doing shirt. She is isolating with her husband and young family in Norfolk at Houghton Hall. “Seeing artworks in nature is always going to be a different experience to seeing them in a gallery space. The pieces are set along formal avenues lined with trees or with the house as a backdrop; whilst others you need to discover in wilderness areas or a disused courtyard, lending a mysterious quality to the works” adds Rose Cholmondeley, who is looking forward to hopefully celebrating the opening later this summer. “My ideal would be a drink on the roof of the house with Anish, the curator, my family and the Houghton team looking down on the show. Perhaps it will be hot in which case I will probably be wearing a really pretty dress from Thierry Colson, bought pre-lockdown.” As we make the best of 2020, let’s enjoy it at home and dress for the occasion. We can still dress for the summer we want, and relive the highlights of years past and celebrate at home.