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“I’d rather wear a T-shirt than a sweater”

The fashion industry is reeling from the fallout from a rash of incidents that have resulted in several deaths and more than 200 injuries, including the murder of a fashion model in New York City.

“We’re in a new era of fashion and it’s not good.

I think we need to start looking at ways of thinking differently,” said Kate Beckett, CEO of the fashion design agency A.D. Beckett.

“There’s no way we can continue to do this.”

“It is really tough, but I think it’s time to look at ways to think differently,” she added.

“People will get hurt and we are all in this together.”

As for the fashion industry, the number of fatalities in the industry rose to 4,092 from 3,039 in 2016.

The death toll continues to rise, with at least 50 people dead and more on the way, according to the latest count.

On Wednesday, a New York woman was found dead in a bathtub in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, just a few blocks from where a woman was killed by a driver who apparently mistook her for a burglar, police said.

Authorities said they are investigating whether the death was an accident or a crime, but the driver is still on the loose.

“It was a beautiful day.

A beautiful summer day,” Beckett told The Associated Press on Thursday.

“I’ve been on the job for a year and a half, and I’ve never seen anything like this.”

Another fashion designer, Lili Krijnen, was stabbed to death in New Jersey last week.

The fashion designer was found in her apartment, and authorities say she was stabbed in the head with a pocket knife and suffered severe injuries.

Her attacker fled the scene, but police are still looking for him.

“If there was a person who is capable of this type of thing, we need a whole lot more vigilance,” Becket said.

“The police need to get a lot more out there.”