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GEORGE TOWN: In a bout of confusion, a woman was initially turned away at a vaccination centre allegedly for her attire, according to a report.
Traditional runway shows are returning – or at least, the fashion industry is cautiously trying to bring them back. The recent Spring/Summer 2022 menswear fashion weeks proved as much.
Indian lawyers have been told to smarten up their act after some appeared in virtual hearings in colourful shirts, just a vest or even while riding a scooter.
Suit up or ship out? Dress code change for Hong Kong lawmakers could ban sportswear, jeans from legislature
Rules committee chairman Paul Tse says business attire norm could only apply to weekly council meetings on Wednesdays and ThursdaysChanges likely in placard rules as well, as legislators may only be able to display banners while delivering speeches
BERLIN (Reuters) - Full-body suits could encourage teenage gymnasts put off by traditional leotards to stay in the sport, according to German Sarah Voss, who drew praise for wearing one at the recent European Championships.
Wearing face masks to match one’s festive attire has been part of Raya trends for the last two years. Staying true to the new ‘dress code’ in the photo on the left are (from left) Nur Amira Natasha, 24, Mohammad Hilman 15, Mohammad Sadiq and Nisa Nabila 13, as they pose for a wefie at their house in Rawang while holding posters promoting safety. The wefie is to remind their relatives to observe the Covid-19 standard
KABUL (Reuters) - Amina was one of the hardest-working girls in her class at Sayed Ul-Shuhada High School in west Kabul, her best friend remembers, determined to become a doctor to treat Afghanistan's thousands of war victims.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: It was a picture that launched endless forwarding on WhatsApp.
KABUL (Reuters) - Many Afghans believe that the United States is putting them at the mercy of hardline Islamist Taliban insurgents after President Joe Biden's announcement that U.S. troops will leave the country by Sept. 11.
Organisations that help "leavers" adapt to life in wider society report increased demand for their services since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.