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Sophie Richie Shows Off Her 6-Pack With Confidence In Her Cropped Tops

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Sophia Richie, the daughter of Lionel and Diana Richie can pull off pretty much anything she wears and it is no surprise that she can wear a short cropped top with confidence. The model has been seen in everything from plaid cropped tops to off-shoulder ones and she has always looked amazing particularly with her enviable 6-pack.

With summer in full swing, Sophie has been seen wearing plenty of amazing cropped tops from the all-black ensemble that she wore during a meeting with her boyfriend, Scott Disick last August 2. Sophie opted for a simple black top that shows her amazing abs and paired it with a belted mini skirt with front pockets and zipper. Her outfit was completed by oversized sunglasses and black sneakers with a red handbag for a touch of color.

Last May 21, Sophie was photographed while busy with her phone. She was wearing a casual gray cropped top with track pants and a Chanel bag. At Barney’s New York, Sophie wore high-waisted black jeans and an off-shoulder cropped top and white sneakers for the shopping trip.

Sophie and Scott were seen with close pals Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner in Italy during the celebration of Kylie’s 22nd birthday. During the luxurious European getaway, the group of close friends stopped in Portofino where Sophie was seen wearing a brown cropped top.

When Sophie met with Kyle Jenner’s mom, Kris Jenner is Portofino; she was dressed in a brown cropped top and metallic gold bottoms. The nearly flesh toned top proves that the cropped top does not necessarily have to be the star of the look. It can allow another piece to take center stage. The shining part of Sophie’s ensemble was not the cropped top but the high-waisted metallic pants in gold. Sophie completed her ensemble with black sandals and a silver necklace.

Many women love the short cropped top that shows their well toned midriff. If the cropped top will be paired with high-waisted pants or skirt, no skin will show which will be fine for most events. If you show some skin, it might not be appropriate for the office.

 

Luxury Vehicles To Get Vegan Interiors

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When it came to car interiors, Leather seat covers and carbon fiber panels were considered the height of opulence. An expansive dashboard, and a steering wheel sporting that unmistakable black cross-hatch were often the sign that the car’s owner was someone who had money to burn.

But  as the automotive industry is embracing green technology like hybrids, the time of vegan interior materials might be on the horizon.

Land Rover Creative Director Massimo Frascella explains that, half a decade ago, a leather couch was the zenith of luxury, now seen in the best hotels and homes. It’s similar, he says, for cars; going forward, sustainable design is allowing for change and development for vehicles.

Frascella arrived in Manhattan for the New York International Auto Show, which began April 19, where he revealed Land Rover’s successor to Leather seat covers, their latest development; leather-free and fully vegan materials, which they developed in order to outfit the 2020 Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Velar, and Jaguar I-Pace SUVs.

He explains that there’s an increasing concern amidst consumers regarding the provenance of textiles, and other materials in their vehicle. These new interiors are aimed to cater to the consumers who have their highest levels of luxury align with their eco beliefs.

The company’s key products includes Eucalyptus Melange, a textile produced from eucalyptus fibers that utilize significantly less water than most materials, and can be dyed to any specification. There’s also a durable wool blend made by Kvadrat, that feels like actual soft wool. Dinamica Suedecloth is a flameproof and extremely durable microfiber made from plastic bottles, 53 per vehicle, feeling and behaving similarly to suede. Combined, these materials provide a vegan option for the conscientious consumer.

Other carmakers are also introducing eco-conscious options to their car interiors, like Toyota Motor Corp., who makes seat cushion material with glycol taken from renewable sugar cane, rather than sourcing them from petroleum.

Audi AG’s VP for Product Management Filip Brabec says that this part of a global trend that’s growing, as consumers begin to understand more and more about how humanity as a whole inhabit the environment, as well as how and what we eat and consume.