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The Kickback had played 99 shows in 2016 before its appearance at Lincoln Calling, so many of us wanted to ensure it hit the century mark with a little celebration. Near the conclusion of the band’s Duffy’s Tavern indoor set, HN executive director Andrew Norman and Freakabout vocalist Cortney Kirby presented the Lincoln Calling veterans with a cake.

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Being the eccentric, energetic frontman that he is, Billy Yost proceeded to smash it right there on stage, covering himself and his guitar in crimson frosting.

“I set a new low for the stupidest thing I’ve ever done on stage,” Yost said according to the Lincoln Journal Star.

Maybe the densest of the three-day weekend, Lincoln Calling’s Saturday night brought its fair share of memorable moments: No Thanks dousing itself in fake blood to start the night; The Mynabirds and High Up joining forces for a touching tribute to Charles Bradley, who was forced to cancel his headlining appearance after being diagnoses with stomach cancer; guitarist/bassist Sara Bertuldo (See Through red evening dresses, Anna McClellan) and drummers Jordy Elfers (Unmanned, Universe Contest) and Nate Van Fleet (Little Brazil, See Through Dresses) pulling double duty; legendary Lincoln punk act Sideshow’s impromptu reunion at The Bay; and much more.

See them below in our Saturday photo essay.

Marie Prom Oct 11 '16 · Tags: dress, lincoln, 2016
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Callous internet trolls ridiculed a transgender woman after she posted images of herself wearing a prom dress for sale.

Kimberly Foster has been referred as "that" and "a man in a cheap prom dresses" several times since posting the sale on Facebook page Bargains R Us Glasgow.

Kimberly posted two photographs wearing the size 12-14 dress with a fluffy cream jacket over the top.

Almost immediately, she was inundated with offensive comments ridiculing her on her appearance and questioning what sex she is.

But brave Kimberley has responded to the taunts by putting up for sale and modeling a further three dresses, reports the Daily Record.

Kimberley, from Glasgow , went online to sell her £15 prom dress on Tuesday and within hours was being ridiculed.

David Black wrote: "Is that a guy's dress?", later adding: "How does that song go by Shania Twain?"

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Kimberly posted two photographs wearing the size 12-14 dress

After one user responded "Man I Feel Like a Woman", he said: "That's the one."

Audrey Richardson wrote: "Is that a man if so he's stunning."

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Karen Forsyth said: "Is it a guy in a dress?", before Audrey responded: "I got my head bit off for asking."

Laurraine Mclafferty also weighed into the comments writing: "No wonder. Have you ever known a woman with an Adam's apple. You just had to ask. Howling."

But women praised Kimberly for sharing the photos and commented on how good she looks.

Nicole Kelly wrote: "Wish I looked that good in a dress."

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Women praised Kimberly for sharing the photos and commented on how good she looks

Alison Devenay said: "I think it's absolutely shocking the comments I'm reading. You should all be ashamed of your self.

"The dress is lovely Kimberly."

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And Lorraine Newlands wrote: "I think he looks stunning and well done for the pic, takes a lot of courage."

Ignoring the negative comments, a defiant Kimberly posted three images this morning wearing another three dresses - including a white wedding prom dresses cheap.

She has so far kept a dignified silence and not responded to any of the messages.

Marie Prom Sep 9 '16 · Tags: dress, marieprom, women
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The great and the good of the small screen gathered in their finery at tonight's TV Choice Awards.

But amongst all the glitz and glamour, there were bound to be a few frock ups.

Leading the questionable style choices was Fearne Cotton and her princess-inspired pink cheap prom dresses with a tulle overlay.

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The 35-year-old looked like she was playing dress up in her playful frock, rather than attending a glitzy ceremony.

Fearne completed her youthful look with red satin sandals and a beaming smile.

TOWIE's Chloe Sims also failed to impress in a seriously slinky dress with a plunging neckline.

Leaving nothing to the imagination, Chloe flaunted every inch of her surgically enhanced assets.

Joining Chloe on the worst dressed list is her TOWIE co-star Georgia Kousoulou who copied Fearne with her princess-inspired outfit.

Georgia looked fit for a fancy dress party as Cinderella, but hardly a red carpet.

Emmerdale star Gemma Atkinson opted for a black jumpsuit with a cut-out top but looked more like she was heading to an office than an awards bash.

And Coronation Street star Faye Brookes left very little to the imagination in a nude-coloured satin dress with a thigh-high split, a plunging neckline and a bare midriff.

In contrast, Katie Price and Holly Willoughby led the way by wowing in their white frocks.

Katie opted for a sexy backless number which clung to her famous curves.

The former glamour model, who recently underwent her eighth boob job, put her assets in centre spotlight with the figure-hugging number.

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This Morning host Holly Willoughby looked hot to trot in a white mini dress - but committed a fashion faux pas by pairing her pale frock with black shoes.

She sported a deep, sunkissed glow from her recent holidays.

TOWIE's Lydia Bright opted for vintage glam in a 60s-inspired cheap prom dresses uk with lace panels.

Her blonde hair was worn in loose, relaxed curls and she kept her makeup nude and simple.

The great and the good of the TV world are descending on The Dorchester hotel for an evening to celebrate the best talent the small screen has to offer.

Tom Hiddleston will battle it out against Peter Capaldi, Jim Carter, and Cillian Murphy in the Best Actor category.

The actor has been nominated for his role in 'The Night Manager' and the show has also been nominated for Best New Drama alongside 'Doctor Foster', 'Marcella' and 'War & Peace'.

Laura Carmichael, Suranne Jones, Sarah Lancashire and Helen McCrory will contest the Best Actress category while 'Downton Abbey', 'Happy Valley', 'Line Of Duty' and 'Peaky Blinders' have been nominated for Best Drama Series.

Best Talent Show will be contested by Simon Cowell's 'Britain’s Got Talent' and 'The X Factor ', 'The Great British Bake Off' and 'Strictly Come Dancing' with 'Bear Grylls: Mission Survive', ' Celebrity Big Brother ', 'I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!' and 'The Only Way Is Essex' all up for Best Reality TV Show.

Departing 'Corrie' star Paula Lane is up for Best Soap Actress alongside 'Hollyoaks' Jennifer Metcalfe, 'Emmerdale's Lucy Pargeter and 'EastEnders' Lacey Turner.

Gemma Atkinson will battle Shayne Ward, Riley Carter Millington and 'Emmerdale' co-star Liv Flaherty for the Best Soap Newcomer gong.

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Alessandra Ambrosio looked her best as she dined with friends in West Hollywood on Thursday.

The Victoria Secret model kept her cool in an off the shoulder khaki prom dresses and nude gladiator sandals.

The mother of three initially had her hair tied up in a ponytail but later took it down and let it fall naturally.

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The 35-year-old model opted to wear minimal make-up but merely accessorized with a pair of designer sunglasses.

She added a white brown strapped hand bag to her outfit also.

Ambrosio took to Snapchat to share a picture of her dining with her friends. In the image she showed off her giant gold hoop earrings and flawless complexion.

It's no wonder Ambrosio wanted to have a relaxed lunch, given she had had an active morning at the gym earlier in the day.

The Brazilian model wore a pair of black capri leggings and a grey top from the Victoria Secret Sport line for her workout.

She added a pair of dark sneakers to her chic activewear look.

The world renowned model tied her brunette locks up into a bun as she accessorized with a pair of aviator Ray-Bans.

Ambrosio sipped on a healthy juice as she took a solo stroll down the street.

She may have won the genetic lottery but Ambrosio does admit to putting in special effort into her diet and exercise regime.

She says she does extra workouts and eats healthily in the lead-up to the annual Victoria's Secret Catwalk Show.

She previously said: 'I try to get my mind into it and I work out as much as I can. I try to hit the gym, and a little tan from the California sunshine always helps!

'I will lay by the pool and get a healthy tan. I’ll be eating healthy and I’ll watch what I’m eating.'

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It's been a while since this celebrity couple walked the red carpet together, so we're excited to see that actor Jamie Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner, were looking happy as they held hands for the UK premiere of the Fifty Shades hunk's new film, Anthropoid. The gorgeous pair certainly don't look like the parents of two children under the age of 3.It's been a while since this celebrity couple walked the red carpet together, so we're excited to see that actor Jamie Dornan and his wife, Amelia Warner, were looking happy as they held hands for the UK premiere of the Fifty Shades hunk's new film, Anthropoid. The gorgeous pair certainly don't look like the parents of two children under the age of 3.

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Already parents to a daughter, Dulcie, the stunning duo welcomed their second child in March. For having two little ones at home, the actor and his model wife sure look relaxed and well rested, right?

We love how cool and casual they both look. Perhaps it's because it's summertime, but they both seem to be glowing!

Now that filming for Fifty Shades Darker has wrapped, Dornan is able to enjoy more time with this growing family. If anything, that alone should put a smile on Amelia's face, right? Who wouldn't want more time with Christian Grey?

Dornan's new film is based on a true story and focuses on a World War II assassination mission. Sounds intriguing, right? Since the Irish actor recentlyrevealed just how much he enjoys portraying a serial killer in the BBC thriller The Fall, we imagine he loved filming this one!

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After wrapping up the romcom, Bareily Ki Barfi, which also features Kriti Sanon and Ayushmann Khurrana, Rajkummar Rao will move to Chandigarh for Namrata Singh Gujral's Hollywood film, 5 Weddings.

It also features Nargis Fakhri, along with Bo Derek, the Golden Globe nominee for the '79 breakthrough film, 10, and Oscar nominee (American Graffiti) Candy Clark. Rajkummar is understandably thrilled to be expanding his boundaries to explore the West.


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"Namrata saw some of my work on Netflix and other platforms following which the production house approached me to play the leading man who's a cynical cop with Punjab Police.

Harbhajan is assigned to escort Nargis's character, an Indian girl raised in the US who has come down to India to do a magazine feature on Indian weddings. What had seemed like a simple assignment turns complicated thanks to this cop who is convinced it's an espionage operation," the actor informs with a chuckle.

Prod him on whether 5 Weddings is along the lines of Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding and he quips that while Mira's film revolves around just one wedding, this one shuttles between five. "It's a journey of life symbolised by the ups and downs of a wedding celebration. It also talks about life, death, lost love, transgender tangles, cultural clashes and even politics," Raj says.

Will one of the five weddings be Nargis's and his? "That's a secret for now," grins the actor who after David Womark's Indo-American production, Love Sonia, with Hollywood actress Demi Moore is overwhelmed to be working with two other A-listers, Clark and Bo Derek, so early in his career. "The next schedule will be in Los Angeles."

For now though he will be based in Bareilly for Bareily Ki Barfi where he had earlier shot Aligarh. Produced by Junglee Pictures and BR Pictures, the love story which starts in a sweet shop is being directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari. Raj who instantly agreed to do the film a long time ago describes it as "one of the most entertaining scripts I have heard".

He goes on to add that though he has known characters like the one he has played in Queen before, this time he's not in familiar territory and that adds to the fun. But before he takes off to Bareily, Rajkummar plans to take off to bring in his birthday on August 31.

"I'll just wake up and catch a flight to someplace where I can be at peace. Last time I was in no-network Ladakh and it was pure bliss," he signs off.

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Marie Prom Aug 29 '16 · Tags: dress, marieprom, wedding
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It's arguably the most important (and expensive) dress you'll ever own, yet you only get to wear it for a single day.

That's the weird thing about wedding plus size prom dresses. So much time, money and emotion invested into something you'll hopefully have very little use for the minute you take it off.


The question is, then, what do you do with it once your big day has come and gone?

While the traditional practice is to hang onto the dress for future generations, the more modern bride may also choose to sell, repurpose or donate her dress, depending on her beliefs and circumstances. But what, exactly, are the options available to Aussie brides?

"I think it's probably still more common to keep a wedding dress than not, but a lot of brides do look to sell their dress after the big day," Alexis Teasdale, Managing Editor of Cosmopolitan Bride told The Huffington Post Australia.

"The pros [of keeping the dress] are that it's there to become a family heirloom. We recently did a story on brides who wore their mum's dress -- most of them customised them and used elements, not wore it in the original form -- but each had a beautiful story to tell and it was really heart-warming. I met a bride who changed into her late mother-in-law's dress just for the first dance, as a special moment for her groom."

In terms of the cons, well, you don't stand to gain anything financially (and you might find yourself a bit on the broke side after both the wedding and your honeymoon) and there's no guarantee a) you will have a daughter to carry on the tradition, b) if you do, she will get choose to get married, and c) even if she does, that she will want to incorporate your dress into her big day. After all -- you got to buy a brand new dress -- why shouldn't she?

There are also risks associated with storing your wedding dress for an extended period of time. Though there are numerous wedding dress preservation servicesavailable in Australia, sometimes even the most carefully preserved gowns aren't immune to the perils of mould, mildew growth and/or moths.


"There are quite a few different ways to sell the dress now, from online sites to using a high-end boutique that specialises in second-hand designer dresses," Teasdale said.

"I think it depends on the kind of dress you bought, and what level of service you need to sell it. For some, a simple online exchange may be enough. For an expensive dress, a boutique means brides can try it on, feel the fabric and find the right fit."

Those interested in re-selling their dress online can list their dress at dedicated sites, such as Still White or I Do Gowns for a small, once-off fee, but keep in mind the conditions and actual execution of the sale will sit squarely on your shoulders. (However, you will get to keep all the money!) Tips for how to approach re-selling your dress online can be found here.

If you'd rather someone else deal with the hassle of selling, you may be better off selling your dress to a bridal studio specialising in pre-loved dresses such as Sydney's The Barefaced Bride or Savvy Brides.

While they will take a cut of the final selling price, they also take care of all of the hassle.


As Teasdale pointed out before, even if you do decide to keep your wedding dress (or parts of it) there are no rules saying you have to keep it in its original form.

"The possibilities are endless when it comes to using elements of the dress for other things," Teasdale said.

"I've seen brides use the tulle from their veil to make a christening dress for their child, lace from mum's dresses transformed into headpieces and fabric turned into a clutch for a daughter to use on her day too."

You could also use the fabric to make lingerie, dye your dress a completely different colour and rewear it or, if you're not sentimental at all, keep it in the attic for a great Halloween costume (BYO fake blood).


Those who decide not to keep their dress and also don't feel the need to re-sell it may consider giving their gown to a charity of their choice.

St Vincent de Paul Society, The Salvation Army and The Red Cross all rely on donations to stock their second hand stores, with profits obviously going toward each individual charity (head to their websites to find out how best to go about dropping your dress off).

Alternatively, Angel Gowns Australia is a nationally registered charity and not-for-profit organisation which uses the fabric of pre-loved wedding dresses to handcraft 'Angel Gown garments'.

These garments are either used as 'burial gowns' for stillborn babies or, in the case of leftover tulle, can be transformed into tutus which are donated to children who are living with a serious illness.

What to consider

When deciding what to do with your wedding dress after you've said 'I do,' there's no right or wrong answer, though you should give it some proper thought in order to avoid regretting anything later down the track.

"All you really need to do is think about whether it means something to you if a family member would ever want to use an element of your plus size prom dresses uk, if It would be meaningful to you to donate it, or if financially you could benefit from selling it," Teasdale said. "It's definitely an individual choice for every bride."

Marie Prom Aug 26 '16 · Tags: dress, marieprom, wedding, big day
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Danskin has decided to step it up by signing actress and dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum as its latest spokeswoman. The 125-year-old dance label, owned by Iconix Brand Group Inc. since 2007, is in the midst of a brand reimagining that couldn’t come at a better time.

Women’s brands account for 40 percent of Iconix’s total revenue (its first quarter revenue was reported at $94.6 million, with 2016 full-year projections of $370-$390 million), and Danskin is its strongest performer.

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The current pop culture mania for all things dance — from reality shows to feature films to fashion — leaves Danskin poised to capture even more of a market that’s seeing activewear and ath-leisure brands such as Fabletics and Athleta flourish.

Dewan Tatum is also reaching a new peak in her young career. The 35-year-old, who began her professional career as a backup dancer for Janet Jackson, shot to fame as the star of the 2006 dance movie “Step Up,” where she met her husband Channing Tatum. They now each have their own production company, and together are producing a scripted “Step Up” series for YouTube Red and a reality dance competition show for NBC, for which Dewan Tatum will be a judge and mentor.

On a recent scorching day in downtown Los Angeles, she was the star of Danskin’s production. (Its first campaign featuring her image is set to launch in October magazines including Teen Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Self, Glamour and InStyle.) Dewan Tatum is working up an honest sweat on the rooftop of an industrial loft building in the Arts District. Wearing a pair of black Spandex shorts, a hot pink sports bra and a grey off-the-shoulder crop top, she repeatedly jumps up and lands in a cross-legged lunge position as photographer Carlos Serrao tries to capture the moment just so.

“Thank god for the wind machine,” she laughs, as she does it again, making adjustments called out by a fellow dancer/photo coach from the sidelines. Earlier in the day, she bounced four feet in the air on a giant trampoline wearing pink supplex leggings and a tank top, the city skyline visible through the smog and wildfire smoke behind her.

The last set up, featuring a black two-piece dance outfit, takes place inside a room with exposed brick walls and large windows casting shadows on the wooden floor. Smoke and dust pumped into the sun-filled space gave the set a gritty feel, reminiscent of “Flashdance.” Afer Dewan Tatum performed some seriously slinky moves on the floor, she couldn’t help but break into a grin between takes, and high-fived the crew as the shoot wrapped.

“Most photo shoots are a beautiful mermaid prom dresses, a natural location and poses. Because I am a dancer, they were like, ‘We want you to dance and leap and twirl and bring out all your technical dancing from way back in the day.’ I felt really free and had a blast.”

The campaign, the brand’s first big push since 2013, was styled by Dewan Tatum’s friend and longtime stylist Brad Goreski, while Jen Atkin did her tresses. Gone were the black leotards and pink leg warmers. On display was a range of active apparel, dancewear, bodywear, loungewear and sports bras ranging from $20 to $54 retail. (Danskin also makes shapewear, sleepwear and fitness equipment.) Among the key items are motivational graphic text T-shirts; strappy back detail bodysuits that double as streetwear; leggings in fashion colors and prints, and French terry layering items such as asymmetric wraps and cardigans, all of which sell at danskin.com, Urban Outfitters, Lord & Taylor, Amazon and specialty stores. The brand also has a sizable kids business in Wal-Mart.

“Jenna is such a good fit as we reposition the brand. We love that she represents the new mom, with a young daughter, and she’s a dancer with a busy life,” said Carolyn D’Angelo, Iconix’s executive vice president of brand management and marketing services. “Danskin is a heritage brand with huge potential, and we haven’t really maximized it. We decided it was time to put effort behind what it truly represented: first dance and children’s dance — we want to capture the mom and her daughter because we have a very big business for young girls — but also expand on a strong casual, lounge and ath-leisure business.”

While many brands are on the hunt for “authentic” celebrity spokesmodels and ambassadors, Dewan Tatum is about as real as it gets. “I started dancing at age five. My first leotard was a black Danskin,” she said. “When this call came around, it was the fastest yes I’ve ever given. I always wish I could be dancing more, so I look at this photo shoot, where I’m able to bring my dance background to it, as more fun. I’m more comfortable and I feel confident. It reminds me of my youth and what I loved to do.”


The timing of this deal and her “Step Up” series was also ideal. If the viral YouTube video she and her husband posted re-creating their rooftop dance scene from the movie was any indication, it should be a hit. “I’m like, ‘What, that movie was 10 years ago?’ We keep saying we are going to force feed “Step Up” to [daughter] Everly. Like, ‘You have to watch. You have to see where you came from.”

Dewan Tatum has 3.1 million followers on Instagram, 720,000 on Twitter and 2.1 million likes on her Facebook page.

Dewan Tatum said her three-year-old daughter has started dance class, but she’s not quite ready for the structure yet. “She’s a very free-spirited little kid. She likes to run around and do her own thing. But she loves a tutu and she will put on three or four and go around the house and do little shake moves, so she will be thrilled with these Danskin tutus [gifted by the brand] when I go home,” she said.

But don’t expect to see Everly in print any time soon. “She came to a photo shoot with me and the photographer took a picture of us outside. She let me know that night that she did not like that. She said, ‘Mommy I’ll go to your photo shoot tomorrow, but I do not want my picture taken.’ I’m like, ‘Understood. I hear your words. Got it.’”

Dewan Tatum calls her everyday style “quite boho. I wear a lot of trumpet mermaid prom dresses and skirts and more ethereal hippie clothes for the day.” For red carpet, she tends to want to go overboard. “They’re like, ‘A little less eyeliner and sparkle,’ and I’m like, ‘Why? Once a dancer always a dancer.’”

She’ll have more time to dress up once her reality dance show hits the airwaves. “It’s going to be more of a variety entertainment show,” she said. “It’s fun discovering new incredible dance talent, but as well as being one hell of a show every week, it will be super fun. We love dancers and we want to make sure we are shining the light on these fresh talents, and also bringing the element of fun and surprise and celebrity guests and all those things that people love to watch.”

Of producing, she said, “It definitely fell into our laps, but then we started realizing that we could create something and make an impact in the entertainment industry. It became a bit more an empowered feeling rather than the entertainment industry telling us what we should do.”

As for why dance is so popular right now, Dewan Tatum noted, “Dance is a universal language and whether you know how to dance or grew up training in dance, you have a respect for people who love to dance and it’s also visually very entertaining to watch a great dancer. I think it lights you up in a way that is something everyone connects with.”

She said a lot has changed since when she first tried to break into Hollywood. “When I started out in this business dance was not at the height it is now. It was almost like, you’re either a dancer or an actress. Because of shows like ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and ‘Dancing With the Stars’ a lot of artists are embracing dance and the platform has been raised so high that we are able to really bring dance to an elevated place where more eyes are on it and they are expecting it.”

Marie Prom Aug 25 '16 · Tags: dress, marieprom, jenna dewan
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For the first time after many years of Mir Castle took so Noble. If France still had a monarchy - Tania de Bourbon Parma would be a queen, and now she's princess status. One of its missions - to support cultural and charitable initiatives. So when an old friend of the fashion designer Denis Durand invited her to visit Belarus, she gladly agreed.

As we mentioned, the couturier Denis Durand two years ago brought their dresses to the Belarusian actress grazed them on the red carpet "Listapad". But on this visit he brought a new collection of dresses that sewed specially for the Cannes festival.

Tania de Bourbon Parma came to Belarus with her husband, and frankly admitted that before this almost did not know about our country. However, it turned out that the princess has common roots not only to the Romanov dynasty (her Russian Tanya - it is a tribute to this kinship), but also with our magnates Radziwill.(dresses for wedding)

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- Granddaughter of George I of the Greek name is Tatiana Radziwill, and this is my aunt. I am very proud kinship with Radziwill. So when Denis Durand invited me to the opening of the exhibition was in the Mir Castle, which, as I know, was virtually destroyed and restored not too long ago, I realized that I should have to go, - said the princess.

Tania de Bourbon was surprised by their openness, smiling, and if someone were stereotypes that representatives of royal blood prim and haughty - completely dispelled them. She happily talked with the visitors of the exhibition and easily photographed with everyone.

- Current aristocrats different from previous, - she said in response to our compliment. - We work, we live in a normal society and communicate with people of any classes. I do not feel any special responsibility to the ancestors, although I am a cousin of almost all the European kings. As for the experience of Belarus - they are connected with the most sincere reception that I have. We need to cooperate more! I would very much like to have my visit strengthened ties France and Belarus. but emotions from your country, I want to take with black bread - I really liked it. And I already think about how to visit your country again - Princess admitted.

Intrigue of the exhibition was that for dresses accessories - namely handbags - fashion designer has created a Belarusian Chechen origin Apti Eziev. In addition, one of the dresses in white designer Denis Durand sewed fabric of Belarus.

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- What a pity that I was already married! We are pleased to put this dress on her wedding, - confessed Oksana Vinogradova, director of brand heartiness, who created this fabric.(http://www.dressesmallau.co/formal-dresses-adelaide-c327/)

What the ambassador of Belarus to France Pavel Latushko, who came specially for the opening of the exhibition in the world, said:

- Very symbolic that the exhibition is held in the castle, which belonged to Radziwills. Everyone knows that in Paris there is a street Radziwill. It Radziwill in the XVIII century French choreographers invited to the first - so appeared the Belarusian ballet. Thanks to the Belarusian ballet famous Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Warsaw ballet was created. All this shows that Belarus cooperates with France for centuries in the area of ​​culture. And it's very nice that the tradition continues. I am very grateful to the distinguished guest that she visited Belarus. As far as the wedding dress, I'll tell you: the one who married three times - a coward and alarmist - joked Latushko.

susan sin Jun 19 '16 · Tags: dress, fashion, women
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Creative directors of Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Picciolihan their eyes on Cuba for the Resort 2017 collection, following in the footsteps of Chanel, Proenza Shouler, Stella McCartney and other fashion houses that have been inspired by the charms of the island this year.

A review published Monday in Vogue highlights the fact that the Italian fashion house has made this "metaphorical journey" to the island after the series of events that have put Cuba in the crosshairs of artists, politicians and businessmen after normalization relations with the United States.(mother of the bride dresses)

"What we love about Cuba are the different memories that converge in the-African, Spanish place, 50 Americans ..." Chiuri confessed to Vogue, adding that he felt free, "as a souvenir", to gather pieces and mix them.

Meanwhile, Fashionista magazine notes that "while it was tempting to dismiss the point of inspiration, not so original," vibrant and detailed pieces are anything but Valentino disposables.

Valentino se inspira en el paisaje y las raíces culturales cubanas para su última colección.

Article celebrates the wisdom of Chiuri and Piccioli to capture the charm of a country that seems frozen in time: "A locked for years in a state of autarky that has been subtracted from the evolution of the times place," says the note Valentino press at the launch of the collection.

The designers drew models inspired by traditionally feminine silhouettes of the 50s and 60, with skirts and floaty dresses, cut to the ankles, often combined with flat sandals.

Tropical details emerge everywhere from the prints with flowers and fruits to exotic birds and butterflies colors.

A detail stands out in the collection, wide leg pants printed with the image of the famous Habanos cigars snuff boxes.

The motifs reminiscent of the flora and fauna of the island can be found in any part of the collection, from formal dresses australia embroidered lace up casual clothing, such as jackets and jeans.

Italian couture house the Cuban issue comes after the French Chanel landed on the island with its "Cruise 2016-17" and transform the old Paseo del Prado in Havana on a catwalk luxury.

The exhibition of Chanel in Cuba, headed by his or creative director Karl Lagerfeld, sparked criticism and praise among the population of the island and national media and foreign, which highlighted both the importance of the event as the fact that most Cubans can only dream of acquiring a piece of haute couture.

susan sin Jun 15 '16 · Tags: clothes, designer, dress, fashion
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Just one year ago, New York City officials were celebrating the lowest number of fire fatalities the city had ever seen in over 100 years. It was the largest number of fatalities in a single fire in

States make headway on opioid abuse

In Massachusetts and Rhode Island partial year estimates for 2017 show drops of 10 percent and 9 percent respectively in overdose deaths. Massachusetts was the first of what are now many states that

Watch today’s SpaceX launch live right here at 12:30 PM

SpaceX might have some seriously grand plans for the near future of its rocket program, but until the world s most powerful rocket is ready to head skyward, it s business as usual at the commercial

Palatine boy scouts send science experiment into space via SpaceX rocket

A SpaceX rocket that launched Monday toward the International Space Station is carrying an experiment from a boy scouts troop in Palatine.


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