1. Lacoste 2. Lacoste 3. Lacoste 4. Lacoste 5. Lacoste 6. Lacoste 7. Lacoste 8. Lacoste 9. Lacoste 10. John Warren How 2 Brooklynites are Reviving an Iconic Midwestern Supper Club Dictador 2 Masters Takes Luxury Rum to a New Level Lacoste makes its mark on fashion this year as it celebrates its 80th birthday. So naturally they asked iconic artist, Peter Saville, who has worked with everyone from Dior to Joy Division to help them, help you celebrate. Together they add a spin on what they do best – the Polo.Instead of changing the color, or shape, Saville went in for the brands crocodile ambassador. The 80th anniversary Holiday Collector N°8 series polo will remain white with a green crocodile. However, the crocodile logo will be transformed to take on different shapes. Its shape evolves into a doodle, blur or line version of itself pushing the boundaries of the brand’s identity. Two collections will be available that include the Holiday Collector series and a truly Limited Edition. Lacoste’s Holiday collector series consists of white polo’s for men and women with eight choices of “crazy crocodiles”. But the truly Limited Edition includes only 80 for women and 80 for men. Each will sport a completely unique logo and a certificate of authenticity signed by Saville himself.If you’re looking for holiday gift ideas for the man that leans towards preppy one of these makes a one-of -kind gesture. Lacoste honors its original polo exclusively made for the English football team by keeping white color and green logo. The brand only begun to add color in the 1950s. You can pick one of these up at any Lacoste boutique this November. Welcome to the Botanist Bar, Canada’s Most Extraordinary Cocktail Bar Filson’s New Collection Honors Smokey Bear and the U.S. Fire Service Editors’ Recommendations The Best Father and Son Matching Outfits
The province has accepted all 13 recommendations of an expert panel that looked into how Halifax Regional School Board and associated agencies handled events leading to the death of high school student Rehtaeh Parsons. Debra Pepler and Penny Milton delivered their final report to the province today, June 14. “Rehtaeh’s story is not an easy one to listen to, but it’s important that we hear it,” said Marilyn More, lead Minister for the Action Team on Sexual Violence and Bullying. “Dr. Pepler and Ms. Milton have written a thorough report on her experiences and implementing their recommendations will help prevent another tragedy. This is not the end of our work; far from it. The review and its recommendations will be added to the efforts currently underway.” Ms. More met with the Parsons family this morning. The family has been involved throughout the review and has had a chance to read the report. The province has asked the Department of Health and Wellness to prepare options to review the IWK Health Centre’s mental-health programs, services and policies as it relates to Rehtaeh’s case, a move supported by the reviewers. The province is conducting an independent review by out-of-province experts into the actions of the Public Prosecution Service and police. This will begin immediately after police release the results of their criminal investigation. An action plan in response to the all of the recommendations will be completed in the next few weeks. “If there is one message we want to emphasize, it is this: work together. Good relationships will be essential for finding solutions that work,” Dr. Pepler and Ms. Milton said in their report. “We need to listen, learn from each other, and build a body of evidence that will help us all to respond effectively in crisis situations.” The reviewers were appointed by the province April 18. It was one of the first actions by the Action Team on Sexual Violence and Bullying, which was created by Premier Darrell Dexter after Ms. Parsons’s death. Dr. Pepler is a professor of psychology at York University. She is co-founder of PREVNet, Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network, and has been on the Ontario Minister of Education’s Safe Schools Action Team since 2004. One of her research areas is bullying. Ms. Milton is former CEO of the Canadian Education Association and a former deputy minister of the Premier’s Advisory Council on Health, Wellbeing and Social Justice in Ontario. Her primary area of interest is the engagement of young people in learning. The report can be found at www.ednet.ns.ca .