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'Elsewhere, fashion site The Gloss writes: 'French Elle writer Nathalie Dolivo is so happy about black people!She’s thrilled that they’ve finally learned to dress well!While the First Lady has widely been credited as a style maven, championing young American designers and choosing classic styles that flatter her athletic figure, her sartorial taste can hardly be termed as 'shells' and 'robes'. ' writes one reader, while another adds: 'You really think we waited until the Obamas to know style and let go of our "streetwear" proclivities? One reader asks: 'How, in 2012, in a France where there are at least three million blacks and mixed people, can you write such nonsense?points out, is that she has failed to see the 'impact' of a host of hugely influential figures in American culture, such as the Supremes, Diana Ross, the Cosby Show's Clair Huxtable, Salt N Pepa, TLC or Aaliyah - and onwards.'[This is] GROTESQUE, SHAMEFUL, and USELESS. You are too kind when you write that in 2012 we have incorporated the white codes…what do you think, in 2011, we dressed in hay and burlap bags?Many branded the traditionally fashion-forward glossy anything but. Our yardsticks are marked in feet and inches, measures that are unfathomable to foreigners, nearly all of whom have been brought up in a decimals-only environment. My generation of schoolkids was told a switch to the metric system was imminent.His beef was that the meter was conceived as a portion of a survey of France, which could only be measured in French territory.
Zocalo Public Square is a not-for-profit Ideas Exchange that blends live events and humanities journalism.Most of the rest of the world adopted the measures in order not to fall behind in the global economy.There is no question that a uniform global system of measurement helps cross-border trade and investment.Yes, after generations mired in baggy pants and rap music and such, they finally have Barack and Michelle Obama to look to. 'Elle isn't alone in the magazine world for making racial slurs.Italian Vogue found itself in hot water last year for writing about the trend for 'slave' earrings, a gaffe they said was down to a mistranslation.
He had been instrumental in creating the dollar—the first fully decimal measure any nation ever used.