Last night I had the honor of DJing the 10th year anniversary party for my BAPE family alongside Flat White (Virgil Abloh), Cipha Sounds, and Sky Gellatly. There were amazing performances by my friends Pusha T and Travi$ Scott. The party also introduced their new limited-edition capsule collection which features collaborations with artist like Kid Cudi, Flatbush Zombies, Futura, and more. It was definitely a night to remember (and not to mention my birthday!)
So, as you may or may not know – My birthday is tomorrow! Yes, April 23rd. Not that I have a need for anything, but since I’ve done these lists in the past for fun (2013, 2012 & 2011) of things that I would like for my bornday…and I thought, why not give it another go since they have been a little popular!
Hometown: Charleston, SC
Though this southern beauty has graced the pages of Vogue Magazine a whopping 28 times, Lauren Hutton is more than just a pretty face.
The stunning Hutton, who was born Mary Laurence Hutton, started her career New York City after graduating from Tulane University. Her trademarked gap-toothed smile made her standout from other models. In 1973, she signed a deal with Revlon which turned into a 10 year partnership. The former Playboy Bunny went on to work with Ford Modeling Agency, Calvin Klein, and many more.
Though Lauren was passionate about her modeling and acting, she found motorcycling to be one of her greatest joys.
Later, Lauren Hutton took her knowledge of the cosmetic industry and went on to start Lauren Hutton Cosmetics.
1. It reduces global warming. In 2006, the United Nations said raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gasses than all the cars and trucks in the world combined.
2. To avoid excessive carbon dioxide production. Livestock produces a large share of harmful greenhouse gasses.
3. It reduces methane/nitrous oxide production. Livestock generates about 65% of nitrous oxide, most of this comes from manure.
4. You save large amounts of water. The amount of water required to produce a kilo of beef can go up to 100,000 liters, while the amount of water required to produce a kilo of wheat is only 1,000 liters.
5. To avoid pollution of our rivers/streams/oceans. Pollution of our waterways is caused by animal waste, hormones, and antibiotics.
6. It reduces destruction of topsoil and tropical rainforest. 30% of the earth’s entire land surface is used for rearing farmed animals.
7. It reduces destruction of wildlife habitats and endangered species. The livestock industry is responsible for widespread deforestation.
8. It reduces the use of antibiotics, growth hormones, and chemicals. Farmed animals and fish are fed a variety of drugs to fatten them up faster.
9. You will reduce the ecological footprint. By switching to a vegetarian diet, one person can save up to 100 animals a year.
10. You can help ensure environmental sustainability. A diet containing meat requires up to 3 times as many resources as a vegetarian diet.
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