San Francisco is struggling with a black turtleneck while resident techies dress up as notorious Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes for Halloween
- Uniqlo stores in San Francisco are sold from black turtlenecks, Quartzy reports
- The stocks of the simple item of clothing are currently running out at H&M, Target and Gap franchises in the city
- It is believed that residents have refurbished turtlenecks to dress up as failed Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes for Halloween
- Holmes is famous for her love of black turtlenecks and once said that she owned more than 150 of the sweaters
- The shamed businesswoman is a resident of San Francisco and started her blood test in nearby Silicon Valley before the spectacular collapse
- She is currently waiting for a process with nine counts of wire fraud
San Francisco is experiencing a shortage of black turtlenecks while residents wear the simple sweaters to dress for Halloween as founder Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos.
Holmes, accused of misleading investors in setting up her failed start in Silicon Valley blood tests, is famous for her love of black turtlenecks and once said she owned more than 150 of the items.
Given San Francisco's proximity to Silicon Valley and the relative simplicity of Holmes' distinctive charisma, many residents of the city have chosen to dress like the 35-year-old during the ghost season.
According to an article in quartz, Uniqlo stores in the city are sold entirely from black turtlenecks.
Meanwhile Business insider reports that H&M, Target and Gap franchises in the city also have little stock.
San Francisco is experiencing a shortage of black turtlenecks as residents grab the simple garment to dress as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes for Halloween
Given the proximity of San Francisco to Silicon Valley and the relative simplicity of the distinctive appearance of Holmes, the 35-year-old has become a popular Halloween choice for residents
Holmes is a resident of San Francisco and she recently moved out of her apartment of $ 5,000 a month on Lombard Street.
The blonde businesswoman was once named the richest self-made female billionaire in America based on a $ 9 billion valuation from Theranos, but she now has a reported net worth of zero after the collapse of the company.
She is currently waiting for a process with nine counts of wire fraud.
The scandalous story has made Holmes a sensation of pop culture, with her story told in an HBO documentary and a bestseller titled Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a startup in Silicon Valley.
Holmes was once named the richest self-made female billionaire in America based on a $ 9 billion valuation from her so-called revolutionary blood test start-up Theranos
One woman is dressed as Elizabeth Holmes for Halloween – along with a black turtleneck with a bottle of hot sauce to stand in like a bottle of blood
Women in San Francisco, and indeed the entire country, have flooded Instagram with their Elizabeth Holmes Halloween outfits
Women in San Francisco, and indeed the entire country, went to Instagram to show off their Elizabeth Holmes Halloween outfits.
Most combine their turtlenecks with small bottles of hot sauce or red pills that stand for a bottle of blood.
Meanwhile, Quartzy contacted Uniqlo to see if they could explain the shortage of turtlenecks – a representative claimed that the company's official blog had instructed shoppers to grab one of the items of clothing as a rapper for years. 80 for Halloween.
In the meantime, Steve Jobs – who was also known for his love of black turtlenecks – is also a popular Halloween choice, which may have contributed to the San Francisco shortage.
In addition, an iconic image from the 1990s of Dwayne & # 39; The Rock & # 39; Johnson with a black turtleneck in the past also parodied on Halloween, which can further explain the low stocks.
Most combine their turtlenecks with a bottle of hot sauce or red pills that stands for a bottle of blood. A smart woman created an outfit that was a cross between the character Thanos of The Avenger and Elizabeth Holmes
Dwayne & # 39; The Rock & # 39; Johnson and Steve Jobs were also known for their black turtlenecks – and they are also suitable for popular Halloween costumes
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