Many suppliers have been really slow/late at deliveries this spring. I think it's actually not a bad thing that stores don't rush to show linen shorts when it's blizzard and 10 degrees outside... Dropping earlier and earlier is another ridiculous retail slippery slope
Oh man that's even better. Kanye rips on Nike about the constraints there and then sings adidas' praises for the freedom and then can't set prices.
He didn't really have any design OR pricing freedom with nike though. Adidas gave him free reign with the design, and he probably figures if his early line is successful he can push for better pricing.
And yet I know tons of people who have voluntarily left. A lot of times, it's because they started a family, and decided that they didn't want their kids growing up in San Francisco. Some just grew tired of the city. And these are affluent to wealthy people who were not having any issues making ends meet in San Francisco.
I don't think I could stand California for more than a few weeks, it is ok to visit I guess. Don't like the lifestyles, values etc., diff strokes and all that.
It's difficult to uproot one's life. This may come off as "obscenely judgmental" but most "American" people who I know would have no issues with moving across the country, or perhaps the world, for one reason or another. On the other hand, very few of my Russian friends would consider leaving their parents, grandparents, and friends behind and moving far away. It's not common for Russian kids to move far away from their parents. Perhaps that plays a role in my thinking...
Of course it does, I know (Russian) peeps who stay in New York although they wanna leave just cause their parents won't leave.