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Louis Vuitton Is The Most Popular Fashion Brand In The World In 2020 | Instant News

A study conducted by money.co.uk Data compiled from Google searches for 12 months shows that the most searched fashion brand in the world is none other than Louis Vuitton. Leading all other super brands by far, Louis Vuitton is the most sought after label in no less than 47 countries, including France, Great Britain, Germany and Sweden. The two runners-up are Gucci and Chanel, who appeared in top searches in 13 and 12 countries, respectively.

In terms of its demographics, LV’s popularity remains largely in Europe, although Gucci, especially the mini-series with Gus Van Sant, is popular in Japan, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia and Italy. On the other hand, the 12 Chanel countries are concentrated in Asia, especially in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Laos and Thailand. Further down the rankings, Calvin Klein was most searched in 11 countries such as Russia, Ukraine and Chile. The American brand coach, which occupies the sixth position is popular in countries such as Brazil and Saudi Arabia. For American and Canadian buyers, Loewe is the most sought-after brand.

In case you were wondering, here’s a list of the top 10 most searched fashion labels around the world last year (numbers mark the number of countries where the brand was most popular):

1.Louis Vuitton: 47
2.Gucci: 13
3. Chanel: 12
4.Calvin Klein: 11
5. Rolex: 9
6. Coach: 4
7. Tony Burch: 3
8. Loewe: 2
9. Valentino: 2
10. Fendi: 2


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Sunbury Islamic Center holds food prizes | Local News | Instant News

SUNBURY – Concern for the well-being of people in the Sunbury community forced Sonia Amar, of the Sunbury Islamic Center, to organize food gifts outside the mosque on Sunday afternoons.

People started lining up at 1 p.m. before the two-hour giveaway that started at 1:30 p.m.

“People don’t do good,” said Amar.

When a friend told him that there had recently been an increase in homes and car break-ins, “I said, that’s all. We have to do something to help society,” he said. “People are getting hurt. People are suffering and we are all doing this together.”

Amar called Sunbury Mayor Kurt Karlovich to make sure it would be okay to hold a meal outside the Islamic Center on North Fourth Street.

“He didn’t just say OK,” he said, “but he shared the news on the city’s website.”

All the bags purchased by the Islamic Center contained 15 items, said Amar, including staples such as eggs, bread and cheese. But also toiletries, and a wide variety of items, including detergents and cleaners.

“I really appreciate this, said Wayne Dallman,” from Sunbury, who received one of the blue bags.

“Would you like extra cheese?” Amar asks him.

Amber Neidig and her 2-year-old son, Mason, 2, stood in line, except when Mason chose to get on his cart.

“He’s a little shy,” said Amber, from Sunbury, as she received a bag of food from Sonia.

The idea for a giveaway emerged in two weeks, said Amar.

“It happened quickly thanks to the people here who trusted me,” he said.

“There’s love in every bag,” he said. “This is not just a bag of food. We do this with care and love.”

The people in line were all wearing face masks and following proper social distancing.


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Burlington will be holding a winter food giveaway | Instant News

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – There will be a winter food distribution in Burlington on Wednesday for anyone who needs free groceries.

Pick up starts at noon and lasts until supplies run out. This will be held in the parking lot of Champlain Elementary School.

According to the mayor of Burlington, grocery bags will be filled with milk, eggs, nuts, pasta, fresh produce and Vermont bread.

Gift cards will also be provided by local sponsors.

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Rant about the Pfizer vaccine from Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil | Instant News


Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has made some really wild claims about the Covid-19 vaccine. Photo / Getty Images

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has raved about the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, pointing out unknown side effects could include turning people into alligators.

The right-wing leader’s rant, which has since gone viral, came after he branded Covid-19 a “mild flu”.

This week, Bolsonaro insisted he would not get a vaccine.

“In the Pfizer contract it is very clear: ‘we are not responsible for any side effects.’ If you turn into a crocodile, that’s your problem,” the Brazilian president said on Thursday.

“If you become superhuman, if a woman starts growing a beard or if a man starts speaking in a feminine voice, they will have nothing to do with it,” she added.

The vaccine is currently undergoing tests in Brazil and is already being used in the US and UK.

Brazil launched a Covid immunization campaign this week.

While Bolsonaro said vaccines were not compulsory, the country’s Supreme Court ruled differently on Thursday, saying vaccines would be mandatory – even though people could not be “forced” to take them.

The court ruling means the authorities can fine those who don’t use the vaccine and they can also be banned in certain public spaces.

“It will be available to everyone who wants it. But me, I am not going to be vaccinated,” Bolsonaro said of the vaccine.

“Some people say I set a bad example. But to idiots, to stupid people who say this, I tell them I have the virus, I have antibodies, so why should I get vaccinated?”

Brazil has more than 7.1 million coronavirus cases and nearly 185,000 deaths.

The country is battling the second wave of the pandemic.

In another sentence that no one is expected to write or read in 2020, clarification is needed after the Brazilian president’s statement: the Covid-19 vaccine will not cause anyone to turn into a crocodile.


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