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    If you thought Major League Baseball merchandise and apparel was expensive before, think again. On Thursday, the Los Angeles Dodgers revealed their newest collection, a collaboration between New Era and Off-White, the luxury label founded by the late Virgil Abloh. The offering and price points are about as confounding as Rob Manfred still being the commissioner of baseball. MLB unveiled a collaboration with Off-White and New Era featuring Off-Whites meteor holes Hats cost $260T-Shirts cost $355Hoodies cost $630Jerseys cost $1,030 pic.twitter.com/mqdwmhZggS — Joon Lee (@joonlee) June 16, 2022 Somewhere, Chris Sale is aggressively opening and closing a pair of scissors. These "Off-White" MLB jerseys with holes in them are worth $1,030 pic.twitter.com/gz9AbafsJG — Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) June 16, 2022 The Dodgers’ new collection from New Era and Off-White has fans appalled This isn’t the first time Off-White has ventured into sportswear. Their many collaborations include Nike, Converse, and Champion. But with all due respect to the extremely talented Abloh, who passed away after a very private battle with cancer in November 2021, this collection is bafflingly out of touch....
    Chelsea FC was today banned from selling match tickets and must close its club shop after Roman Abramovich was added to the UK's sanctions list. The Russian tycoon will not be allowed to sell the West London club, while unprecedented extra measures have been taken to ensure he cannot profit from its activities. A new licence allows the club to continue playing all its fixtures due to its status as a 'significant cultural asset', but only 'existing ticket holders' - including fans with season tickets - will be allowed to attend games. Staff and players can still be paid.   Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries said: 'Today's sanctions obviously have a direct impact on Chelsea and its fans.  'We have been working hard to ensure the club and the national game are not unnecessarily harmed by these important sanctions.  'To ensure the club can continue to compete and operate we are issuing a special licence that will allow fixtures to be fulfilled, staff to be paid and existing ticket holders to attend matches while, crucially, depriving Abramovich of benefiting from his ownership of...
    YOU can now buy a number of bizarre pieces of Kim Jong-un-themed merchandise for the North Korea fan in your life. Everything calendars, to thongs, to condoms and even sex toys are available with the nuke-mad despot's grinning face emblazoned across them. 7Kim condom, anyone?Credit: SayItWithaCondom.com 7Kim Thong-unCredit: CafePress The 38-year-old may be a brutal dictator accused of multiple crimes against humanity, but that hasn't stopped him being emblazoned across all manner of clothes and nick nacks. For example, you or a loved one could become the proud owner of a Kim Jong-un thong, reduced from £20 to £15 Featuring a picture of a smiling Kim on the front, it is available from US online retailer CafePress. The description for this unique piece of underwear claims it is 100% combed ringspun cotton and "will make her feel a little more naughty than nice in the most discreet, one-of-a-kind way". Meanwhile, novelty condom website sayitwithacondom.com advertises a prophylactic themed around North Korea's dictator. Punningly titled "Kim Jong Boom", and marketed at from $2,99 £2.21) a pop, the packet features a graphic...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — As the White Sox head to the post-season, fans scored big today at the White Sox Charities’ annual garage sale. There was a lot to look at, and a lot to buy on the patio at Guaranteed Rate Field. There were savings on bobbleheads, team apparel (including jerseys), autographed memorabilia, and even game-used bats. The Chicago White Sox Charities raises funds that provide financial, medical, and emotional support to hundreds of organizations based here in the city.
    TEAM GB hammer thrower Taylor Campbell has listed his Tokyo 2020 merchandise on eBay in a desperate bid to raise funds. Campbell, 25, finished 14th in his heat but revealed he will not receive any extra money for reaching the Games. 2Taylor Campbell revealed his UK Sport funding is not enough to live off And he says the funding from UK Sport is not enough for him to train and live off - he even had to dip into his savings to go to the Tokyo Olympics. Every Olympic athlete received some Samsung goods from the Games' sponsors. They include a Samsung Galaxy S21 bearing the design of the Olympic rings. As well as the phone, Campbell has put his wireless earbuds up for sale. The current bid stands at £3,230 but is constantly growing, with the public keen to get their hands on a piece of Olympic history. Campbell is currently looking for a job so hopes his memorabilia sells for a good price, with his earnings set to go towards his training for the Commonwealth Games, which take...
    Law enforcement officers recently demanded that Amazon stop selling anti-cop merchandise printed with the slogan “Blue Lives Murder,” a year after similar gear surfaced on the e-commerce giant, reported the Washington Examiner. In a letter sent by the Detectives’ Endowment Association, a detective’s union in New York City, officials demanded Amazon to stop selling the “disgusting” items, warning the e-commerce company that the merchandise could potentially put cops’ lives in danger.  “It has come to my attention that your website is selling tee-shirts[sic] and other items emblazoned with the words ‘Blue Lives Murder,” DEA Chief Financial Officer Brian Olsavsky wrote in a letter obtained by The New York Post. “It’s disheartening that your company would allow this disgusting motto on your sales platform,” he added. The letter also noted an Amazon policy that prohibited the listing of products that “promote, incite, or glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual or religious intolerance, or promote organization with such views.” The “only purpose is to invite further division, hatred, and violence toward the hard-working men and women of the nation’s Police Departments, who are toiling every...
    New York (CNN Business)Fans eager for the "BTS Meal" at McDonald's will be excited to hear that collaboration goes beyond nuggets.McDonald's is dropping a limited-edition merchandise line Wednesday that is inspired by group's purple colors and fast food chain's logo. The collection is a "perfect representation of an iconic partnership between two fan-favorite brands," the fast food chain announced. The merch includes hoodies, t-shirts, bathrobes, socks and sandals. McDonald's is partnering with BTS for new merchandise.The collection goes on sale at 7 pm ET Wednesday on Weverse, a fan-community app created by BTS' record label. The "BTS Meal" goes on sale Wednesday in the United States after being announced in April. The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries and Coke as well as the US debut of two new dipping sauces — sweet chili and Cajun flavors — inspired by McDonald's South Korea recipes. The meal is first celebrity collaboration to go on sale globally. The "BTS Meal" is now on sale.In another first, McDonald's (MCD) is incorporating "never-before-seen digital surprises" featuring BTS in its app for...
    A view of the Jose Gasparilla II with the battle flag of each of the NFL teams as well as the AFC Champion flag of the Kansas City Chiefs and the NFC Champion flag of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers along with the iconic Super Bowl LV logo floats in the Hillsborough River with Tampa General Hospital in the background days away from the playing of Super Bowl LV on February 2, 2020 at Tampa Convention Center, in Tampa, FL.Icon Sportswire | Getty Images Amazon is teaming up with a government counterfeit watchdog to spot and stop the sale of phony Super Bowl merchandise.  Amazon and the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, a task force that's overseen by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, will share information about counterfeits "in real time" before, during and after Sunday's contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Amazon announced Friday. Intelligence on suspected counterfeiters will be collected on the ground in Tampa, where Super Bowl LV is being held, in online stores and at U.S. ports of entry, Amazon said. Information...
    Online marketplaces Amazon and eBay announced on Thursday that they would be blocking all sales of merchandise from the Proud Boys hate group quoting Donald Trump at the first presidential debate. According to CNET, the two massive online retailers started removing any listings of “stand back and stand by” line that Trump uttered instead of condemning the white nationalist group when pressed by both Democratic challenger Joe Biden and Fox News moderator Chris Wallace. The far right group had begun selling T-shirts and other branded gear online touting the president’s remarks just hours after Trump’s comments on Tuesday. “We take a hard line against any listing attempting to spread hate and discrimination,” an eBay spokesperson said in a statement to CNET.   Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Amazon and eBay have pulled items emblazoned with the words 'Stand Back and Stand By', two days after President Trump sparked outrage for delivering the controversial message to far-right group, The Proud Boys.  Angry internet users noticed merchandise featuring the inflammatory phrase was being sold on the e-retailers following the Commander-in-chief's debate with Democrat on Joe Biden on Tuesday night.  While Trump claims he was telling the group to cease acts of violence, members took his words as an expression of encouragement, and quickly got to work creating promotional materials.  On Wednesday night, CNN journalist Konstantin Toropin took to Twitter to share screenshots of 'Stand Back and Stand By' clothing being sold through a third-party vendor on Amazon.  Amazon has pulled items emblazoned with the words 'Stand Back and Stand By', two days after President Trump sparked outrage for delivering the controversial message to far-right group, The Proud Boys. Pictured: two of the items briefly for sale on the e-retailer While Trump claims he was telling the group to cease acts of violence, members took his words as...
    Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, will not facilitate the sale of merchandise branded with the phrases “Stand Back” and/or “Stand By,” an utterance made by President Donald Trump during Tuesday’s debate that some consider a dog whistle to white supremacist terrorist groups. As CBS News reported, other retailers are following suit. On Tuesday night, during the first presidential debate, moderator Chris Wallace asked the president if he would be willing to condemn white supremacy. Wallace specifically mentioned by name the Proud Boys, a far-right group that, among others, has been accused of contributing to violence at protests in Portland and other cities. Trump gave this as his response, via a companion CBS News report: “The Proud Boys. Stand back and stand by,” he said, while claiming that such violence is not a “right-wing problem.” Members of the group appear to have taken that message to heart, as within hours, they were repeating the phrase on their Telegram channel and posting videos from the debate with the caption “God. Family. Brotherhood.” Then, merchandise branded with the phrase started turning up...
    Amazon and other online retailers are pulling merchandise from their sites emblazoned with the words "stand back" and "stand by" and displaying the insignia of the Proud Boys, a far-right extremist group.  Shirts bearing the words cropped up for sale after President Donald Trump uttered the phrase on Tuesday night, referring to the white supremacist group, during his debate with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Individuals associated with the Proud Boys online took Mr. Trump's directive as words of encouragement, and products displaying the phrase quickly made their way onto sites including Amazon and Teespring, an online platform that lets users create and sell their own merchandise.  Proud Boy merch featuring the "Stand Back - Stand By" verbiage is now available on @amazon ....naturally. pic.twitter.com/2p1seB8cTG— Konstantin Toropin (@KToropin) September 30, 2020 But Amazon began blocking sales of the items on Wednesday, an Amazon spokesperson confirmed. "All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The products in question have been removed," the spokesperson said by...
    Since we can’t go to the Minnesota State Fair this year, the Minnesota State Fair is coming to us. The “Minnesota State Fair: At-Home Edition” officially kicks off on the Fair’s website and social media channels on Aug. 27 — the date that the in-person Fair was scheduled to start before it was called off because of COVID-19 concerns. The at-home edition of Minnesota’s annual tradition will feature daily fun Fair facts, memories, demonstrations and entertainment, history tidbits, creative contests, behind-the-scenes peeks, photos, videos and activities. The virtual fun will run for 12 days, through Sept. 7 (Labor Day) — just like the regular Great Minnesota Get-Together. “Our goal is to give people a taste of the Fair in a year when we can’t gather together like we normally would,” says Danielle Dullinger, a Fair spokesperson. “It’s also a way to provide folks an idea of what they might have missed while standing in line for food or rides.” The 12-day virtual experience will showcase the educational and interactive experiences the Fair always offers — most of which is completely...
    Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we could obtain compensation for some hyperlinks to services and products. There’s little doubt we’re utilizing this 12 months’s Nordstrom Anniversary Sale to replenish our wardrobe with superb items — as we do yearly — however do you know that this sale can also be a prime vacation spot for magnificence offers? Not solely are some fan-favorite merchandise marked down, however there are additionally so many unique units you’ll be able to solely seize for a brilliant restricted time — and for a brilliant reasonably priced value! The primary magnificence model we searched as quickly because the preview for the sale launched? La Mer, in fact! This celebrity-loved model is a staple in mainly each big star’s routine, together with Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian, Shay Mitchell, Blake Full of life and Kate Hudson, to call a small few you’ll have heard of. We weren’t let down, clearly. As soon as we noticed this set, we knew we couldn’t miss out on it!NordstromSee it! Get the La Mer Mini Hydration Assortment Comfortable Cream Set...
    With the coronavirus pandemic exhibiting no indicators of letting up and many individuals staying house, it’s unlikely that you just’ve needed to put on many magnificence merchandise in latest months. However with the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale now open to top-tier Nordy Membership members, there’s by no means been a greater time to deal with your self to some mood-lifting make-up. And whereas the epic sale consists of offers on tons of high magnificence manufacturers, we’re notably tempted by the marked-down bundles of Charlotte Tilbury merchandise on supply. Over the course of her decades-long profession, the British make-up artist has labored with celebrities together with Kate Moss, Kim Kardashian, Amal Clooney and Nicole Kidman; in 2018, she was even awarded an MBE from the Queen for her contributions to the sweetness trade. So it’s no shock that Tilbury’s personal line of luxurious merchandise are a giant hit with the Hollywood set. Under, rating her make-up and skincare units for much less — together with a three-piece lip package in her bestselling Pillow Speak shade.   Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Speak...
    A bidding frenzy has erupted online as merchandise seized from the infamous Fyre Festival in the Bahamas goes under the hammer, three years after the failed event.  In a release Thursday, the U.S. Marshals announced that 126 items from the festival will be auctioned off, with proceeds going toward the victims of the festival's promoter Billy McFarland. Some of the items, including cheaply-made cotton baseball caps and sweaters, have already soared to more than $300 and bidding will run for another ten days. McFarland acknowledged defrauding investors of $26 million in the 2017 Fyre Festival and over $100,000 in a fraudulent ticket-selling scheme after his arrest in the scam. Scroll down for video.  Some of the items, including cheaply-made cotton baseball caps and sweaters, have already soared to more than $300 and bidding will not end for another ten days A cotton sweater made in Bangladesh with the 'Fyre' branding across the chest is currently going for more than $300, with bidding running for another ten days A Fyre token - presumably to be used at the...
    The Fyre Festival was billed as a luxury weekend in the Bahamas, attended by celebrities and influencers alike. But the 2017 event became infamous after thousands of partygoers were left stranded without sufficient food, water or proper accommodation. With organiser Billy McFarland in prison for fraud, US Marshals are auctioning off Fyre merchandise, with proceeds going to McFarland's victims. The sale of souvenir clothing and other items began last week. Branded clothing and other items were originally meant for sale at Fyre Festival "but were kept by McFarland, with the intent to sell the items and use the funds to commit further criminal acts while he was on pre-trial release", US Marshal Ralph Sozio said in a statement. Fund for unpaid Fyre Festival caterer hits £60k My front-row seat for the Fyre Festival chaos More than 100 items, including branded jumpers, trackpants, wristbands and tokens, will remain on sale until 13 August. One black baseball cap featuring the festival's logo and valued at $15 has already received bids of over $350 (£263). A blue hoodie emblazoned...
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    Amazon is pulling Washington Redskins merchandise from its website after the National Football League called on the team to change its name. The tech giant sent a note to sellers on Wednesday, telling them it intended to remove several products featuring the Redskins, including jerseys, T-shirts, and jewelry, according to a report by CNBC. Sellers were provided a 48-hour notice to review and remove any flagged products. "With the announcement from the Washington team and the NFL, we are removing products with the team's name and logo from our stores," Amazon said in the notice. "Failure to properly close or delete all restricted product listings from your inventory may result in deactivation." The Redskins said the team would be reviewing its name after pressure from several sponsors, including FedEx. The move comes as the country faces a national reckoning toward symbols deemed as racist or historically oppressive, sparked by the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. Amazon joins several other retail giants such as Walmart, Target, and Nike no longer selling Redskins merchandise amid...
    Walmart has reportedly announced it will stop selling “All Lives Matter” products on its website, according to USA Today. “The nation’s largest retailer is removing the items which are sold by third-party sellers ‘indefinitely,’ after hearing from some employees and customers who were concerned about the meaning behind the merchandise,” the article read. In a statement, Walmart said it “fundamentally” believed all lives did matter and every person deserved respect. “However, as we listened, we came to understand that the way some, but not all, people are using the phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ in the current environment intentionally minimized the focus on the painful reality of racial inequity,” the statement continued. Last week, social media users reportedly accused Walmart of “mocking” the Black Lives Matter movement by selling shirts that had phrases such as “Irish Lives Matter” and “Blue Lives Matter” printed on them, according to CNN. As of Tuesday, the company’s website still offered both versions of the T-shirts. Walmart’s President and CEO Doug McMillon announced June 12 that the company was working to “create a more diverse and inclusive team at Walmart...
    Walmart announced Monday that it will no longer allow the sale of "All Lives Matter" merchandise on its website following recent backlash over clothing posted to the site that used variations of the "Black Lives Matter" slogan. What is happening? The Hill said last week that the retail chain began receiving fire for selling shirts emblazoned with derivatives of Black Lives Matter, including "All Lives Matter," "Blue Lives Matter," "Irish Lives Matter," and "Homeless Lives Matter." Social media users attacked Walmart for "mocking" the BLM movement, CNN reported.Walmart facing criticism over "All Lives Matter," "Irish Lives Matter" T-shirts https://t.co/z2rbXqRQR4 https://t.co/qgDYmbN38b — The Hill (@The Hill)1593173046.0Walmart responded that it would review all of the "Lives Matter" goods listed on its website, including items sold by third-party vendors. USA Today reported Monday night that Walmart decided to put the kibosh on the sale of "All Lives Matter" merchandise "indefinitely." "We fundamentally believe all lives do matter and every individual deserves respect," the company said in a statement, according to USA Today. "However, as we listened, we came to understand that the...
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