THIS WEEK -- Democratic senators expressed increased dissatisfaction with the Trump administration. As backlogged courts and immigration debates drag on, thousands of lives are re-thrown into the balance. Many of them seem to believe it is a waste of taxpayer efforts, “to carry out a cold partisan vendetta,” and that it, “goes too far,” as on Twitter, Senior Oregon Senator Ron Wyden claimed, “Trump's ICE now plans to deport 350,000 people whose cases were already CLOSED.”
He tweeted another emotional and heartfelt message, “the Trump administration wants to deport unaccompanied children that judges have found to have been abused, abandoned, or neglected. Deporting them now is cruelty for the sake of cruelty,” followed by him also saying, “My @SenateDems colleagues and I are pushing back.”
2018's fashion month consists of many notable events around the world. Runway shows revealing possibilities for tomorrow's trends are often the highlight. Telegraph reporters, Rosie Boydell and Anisha Parbhakar Brown claimed, "fashion editors and the street style crew are busy packing their cases for a month on the road," because after this week, which is New York Fashion Week, the celebration of style and fashion continues throughout the rest of the month at other major cities such as London, England (UK), Milan (Italy), and Paris (France).
It was a night of fashion on the runway and in the front row. USA Today's Anika Reed said that there were, "A-list celebrities on hand to help ring in the first day of New York Fashion Week at the Tom Ford runway show." Ford’s focus, as mentioned in his show notes said he feels that, “fashion has somehow lost its way a bit, and it is easy for all of us to be swept up in trends that have lost touch with what women and men want to actually wear," Often runway shows, for many reasons, welcome other non-performing models and friends of models/those involved. The feel of lightning often can fill the air as new ideas are tried out in public. Drama and other aspects can steer the mood for better or worse -- songs over the loudspeakers accentuate a catwalk, just as certain outfit designs can actually be more amazing than in theory. Personalities react to impressions of the outfits, sometimes forgetting how tough it can be to make clothing fit, and that models are often wearing clothes designed by others, not necessarily always ones that they chose themselves. Attendents make hot and cold waves interpreting the most "now and tomorrow" outfit designs.
To wrap up Day 1 of New York Fashion Week, Gigi Hadid closed Tom Ford's runway show with a twirl. (Photo: ANGELA WEISS, AFP/Getty Images)