Sachs, who will be attending an inaugural fashion show in Washington next week, has already picked out her outfit: a white wool Donna Karan pantsuit with red and navy in the top and accessories.”It’s patriotic, but it’s much more sophisticated,” she says.Look for other women to wear their love of country on their ears (star shaped earrings), their love of Clinton on their shoulders (gold plated saxophone pins) and their love of a bargain in their hearts.Rental shops in Washington are reporting brisk business. At Til Midnight, a rental shop in Northwest Washington, 90 percent of the gowns (priced between $75 and $325) are already spoken for on Inauguration Day, says Ingrid Lepscky, the store’s manager who incidentally will be wearing a rented Bob Mackie gown to the MTV ball on Wednesday.Although both short and long styles are popular, Ms. Lepscky has been surprised by who’s preferring each.”Veteran ball goers have come in and said they would rather wear short dresses.
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Item Type:Book SectionItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThis chapter explores how consultants may address societal and business challenges which have become increasingly more manifest since the economic crisis of 2008. These issues range from bankruptcies and corporate scandals to increased burnout amongst employees. We argue that in contrast to the contemporary utilitarian approach of perceiving people as instrumental to company goals and of focusing on the maximum amount of short term profit for a select few, consultancy can be designed on the philosophy of humanism and human dignity so that it provides more value to all stakeholders.