Style Notes: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' Daughter's Name Revealed; Nasty Woman T-Shirt Raises $100K for Planned Parenthood
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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold's Baby Daughter's Name Revealed [Us Weekly]
The secret is out: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' second daughter's name is Ines. The couple welcomed baby No. 2 in September, but there had been no mention of her name until now. Ines, along with big sister James, 2, made her Hollywood debut last Thursday when they attended a ceremony for their dad's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard. The occasion marked the first time the family appeared together in public. Although the couple tend to remain private about their children, Reynolds explained to Extra that "This is one of the rare occasions when we thought we got to bring the whole clan. I'd regret it in 20 years if I didn't."
Nasty Woman Shirt Raises $100K for Planned Parenthood [Instagram]
Following Donald Trump's "such a nasty woman" comment during the third presidential debate against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Google Ghost — an online T-shirt retailer — released a Nasty Woman shirt, which helped women take ownership of the derogatory phrase. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the $25 shirt, whose description read "Seriosuly, f—k Trump," were donated to Planned Parenthood. On Wednesday, Google Ghost revealed that more than $100,000 had been raised thanks to the tee's extreme popularity. Since November, celebrities including Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Katy Perry have worn the shirt.
Yogasmoga Files for Bankruptcy [Racked]
New York-based athleisure brand Yogasmoga, founded as an e-commerce venture in 2013 and marketed as direct competition to Lululemon, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The retailer blames rapid expansion and pricey investments in fabrics and photography as the cause of its downfall (Yogasmoga opened its first two brick-and-mortar stores in 2015 and opened 10 more this year), though it plans to continue operating after some restructuring. Racked's Chavie Lieber speculates that the retailer's bankruptcy could signal the beginning of the end of the athleisure boom.
Walmart Removes "Bulletproof" Black Lives Matter Tees from Web Store [Washington Post]
At the request of the Fraternal Order of Police, the largest national police organization in the country, Walmart has removed a "bulletproof" Black Lives Matter shirt from its online store (however, it continues to sell other Black Lives Matter merchandise). The "bulletproof" shirt, distributed by music and sports company Old Glory Merchandise, was the subject of a Breitbart.com article that motivated FOP president Chuck Canterbury to write a letter to Walmart CEO Douglas McMillion calling the shirts "offensive," adding that "Commercializing our differences will not help our local police and communities to build greater trust and respect for one another.” In response, Walmart issued the following statement: "Like other online retailers, we have a marketplace with millions of items offered by third parties that includes Blue Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter merchandise."