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UK economy latest: Tory MPs talk Truss after media talks

A Myanmar military court has sentenced ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her economic adviser, an Australian academic, to three years in prison. A closed court in the capital Naypyidaw on Thursday convicted the Nobel Peace Prize laureate alongside Sean Turnell, honorary professor of economics at Macquarie University in …

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NBA launches reimagined app, destination for every team’s NBA fans

NEW YORK – The NBA today announced the launch of the redesigned NBA Worldwide app, the all-in-one destination for NBA fans from every team. With all-new customization features, the NBA app will provide wall-to-wall content from every NBA game and feature social-style vertical video, unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to players and …

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I found the most underrated city in Europe

There are some things to question about the renovation. In my opinion, arranging images by theme rather than chronological order is likely to confuse rather than enlighten visitors. In fact, I wonder how long this particular blockage will last. But there is also a lot of fun and invention. Giant …

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Margot Robbie mixes up her look in a vampire dress for the latest Amsterdam premiere

While earlier this week Margot Robbie was a blushing bride in white lace at the New York premiere of her upcoming film, amsterdamwhen it came time to promote the project in Europe, the actress went 180 style. On Wednesday, Robbie arrived at the film’s London premiere in a black vamp …

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LVMH not feeling the brunt of the recession (OTCMKTS:LVMHF)

_laurent Investment thesis LVMH (OTCPK:LVMHF) is one of the best European companies in terms of cash flow generated due to its supremacy in the world of fashion, and luxury more generally. It posted sensational growth results in the first half of 2022 which have further expanded its competitive advantage. Using …

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This Week in European Tech: Mysterious Asian Investors, New Billions for European Funds, Google Loses Appeal Over EU Antitrust Ruling, and More

This week, our research team has over 105 technology financing agreements Upper value €994 millionand more 25 releases, M&A deals, rumorsand related reporting across Europe. As always, we’re rounding them all up for you in a list sent out in our summary newsletter next Monday (note: the full list is …

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Bold May Not Sparkle Workwear At Michael Kors Spring Show | Fashion

Michael Kors, one of the few big names not to have ditched New York for a European Fashion Week, can always count on bright, leisurely womenswear straight from the pages of Condé Nast Traveller. Or as Kors puts it: “Clothes for women who like to show off.” On Wednesday morning, …

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Savor a slice of Europe at ‘On The House’ in Jaipur

Dushyant Singh is revolutionizing the culinary scene by bringing the most authentic European flavors to OTH, along with the best coffee in the world to help you taste the best of Jaipur. Majestic buildings and mouth-watering local cuisines, such as Pyaz Kachori, Ghevar or Dal, Bati or Churma, spring to …

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Tanning Myths and How They Can Affect Your Health

Share on PinterestExperts say you should wear sunscreen whenever you go out in the sun. BARTON/Getty Images A new survey reports that a large majority of people think tanning is healthy. Experts say tanning is the body’s reaction to DNA damage caused by the sun. They say overexposure to the …

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“Inter were the Italian team, AC Milan played European style”

Former AC Milan manager Arrigo Sacchi says Inter played Italian style against AC Milan while the Rossoneri were more European, according to a report in Italian media today. Speaking during an interview with The Gazzetta dello Sport Today the ex-coach suggested there were two distinctly different styles of play in …

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Putin denies Gorbachev a state funeral and will stay away

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register September 1 (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin will miss the funeral of the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, denying the man who failed to prevent the collapse of the Soviet empire state honors given to Boris Yeltsin. Gorbachev, idolized in …

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Marni Fashion fans get a chance to shop archival pieces – WWD

Many well-heeled attendees at Marni’s New York fashion show on September 10 will be sporting the brand, thanks to a trove of archival items that Cameron Silver has already begun pre-selling. The Decades founder and luxury brand consultant will also host a trunk show on Sept. 7 at the Marni …

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Irish designers share the limelight with clothing designers – The Irish Times

When Heidi Higgins delivers her winter collection to Arnotts this week, it will have been done within walking distance of the store. For the first time, three independent designers, members of the Council of Irish Fashion Designers (CIFD) – who hosted their second digital show this week – are collaborating …

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Opinion: 200 years after Napoleon’s defeat, the French and British are still exchanging blows

Editor’s note: David A.AndelmanCNN collaborator, twice winner of the Deadline Club Award, is Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, author of “A red line in the sand: diplomacy, strategy and the history of the wars that could still happen” and blogs about Andelman unleashed. He was previously correspondent for The …

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K-Beauty through the ages | Today

If you want to know what your chicest friends will be wearing soon, check out the cool kids in Seoul and Busan. South Korea is a cutting-edge fashion culture, especially in streetwear, sharing trends with the West through K-pop stars and Instagram influencers. This was not always the case. In …

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How serious is the fashion industry when it comes to sustainability? And what role does professional journalism play?

In this space, we’ve talked a lot about sustainability, the supply chain, and the need for radical change in the textile and apparel industry. In today’s article, we look at some of the important research and journalism organizations that are helping to drive this change, the important role they play, …

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AC Hotels by Marriott opens its first hotel in Monterrey, Nuevo León

AC Hotels by Marriott®the design-driven lifestyle brand that is part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, today announced the opening of the new Hotel AC by Marriott Monterrey Valle, its first hotel in the city of Monterrey. The hotel has 166 modern guest rooms plus meeting spaces with …

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Why there is no “Dijon” in Dijon mustard

For Mauriange, while these issues have certainly caused short-term problems for the mustard industry, there may be a silver lining to the recent shortage. “This project had been confronted in recent years with climatic challenges, which discouraged many farmers”, she said, noting nevertheless that a rise in seed prices following …

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Factbox – Why low water levels in the Rhine are hurting the German economy

BERLIN – Water levels on the Rhine are very low due to unusually hot and dry weather, preventing many ships from sailing fully loaded on the critical European sea route. Here are some facts about why navigation on the Rhine is important for the economy: WHY IS RHINERIVERDISPATCHIMPORTANT? Flowing from …

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Clothing labels detailing climate impact could soon become mandatory in France

France could soon pass a decree requiring every item of clothing sold in the country to bear a label detailing its exact impact on the climate. The European Union is considering a similar rule for the rest of its members. A multitude of factors determine a garment’s sustainability credentials, from …

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Elsah Festival August 27, The Look Factory hosts an art exhibition and live music

ELSAH — The Elsah Festival has returned since the pandemic postponed the village festival and the invitation to explore the historic town in recent years. The Village of Elsah Festival will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 27 and will feature self-guided tours, artisans, entertainment, food …

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Delta Galil strengthens its supply chain with Infor

Global Underwear Manufacturer and Distributor Adopts Infor Nexus Supply Chain Platform TEL AVIV, Israel, August 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Information® , the industry cloud company, today announced that Delta Galil Industries Ltd., a global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and sale of underwear and activewear, has adopted the platform. …

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Inside the Self-Portrait Cult

Shoppers had two opinions on Han Chong’s debut fashion collection for Self-Portrait when he first showed it in 2013. It wasn’t the clothes – which already looked like the lacy, flattering designs for which it is now known – but their prices. They were considered too affordable. “At the time, …

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Terry Castro, a proud underdog in the jewelry world, dies at 50

Terry Castro, a New York-based jewelry designer whose knack for mixing fantasy with elegance propelled him from selling New York sidewalks to decorating celebrities like Rihanna and Steven Tyler, died on 18 July at his home in Istanbul. He was 50 years old. The cause was a heart attack, said …

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Union Saint-Gilloise vs Rangers LIVE: Stream, TV channel, score, teams – Last Champions League qualifications

RANGERS are underway as they return to European action after coming awfully close to famous Europa League success. Gers were beaten by Eintracht Frankfurt on penalties in Seville after a brilliant run to the final. And that defeat means they must now negotiate qualification to enjoy Champions League football this …

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Hopke takes gold, Castillo, Forrest, Kasak silver and Ryder bronze at U17 World Championships

Koy Hopke at the U17 World Championships. Photo by United World Wrestling/Kadir Caliskan Roma, Italy – The American men’s freestyle won five medals today, one gold, three silver and one bronze, at the U17 World Championships in Rome. Koy Hopke won the 110kg title in dominant fashion after overcoming Levan …

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Terry Neill: Former Arsenal and Northern Ireland captain and manager dies aged 80

Terry Neill talks to his Arsenal team ahead of extra time in the 1980 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup final against Valencia Former Arsenal and Northern Ireland captain and manager Terry Neill has died aged 80. Born in Belfast, Neill was Arsenal’s youngest captain at 20 and played over 270 games …

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How England beat Sweden 4-0 to reach Euro 2022 final

July 26, 2022 at 5:29 p.m. EDT Thanks for listening! We hope you enjoyed tonight’s coverage of a remarkable evening in the history of women in England. Try to keep the nerves under control before Sunday! Brad Cox July 26, 2022 at 5:24 p.m. EDT Just then… Sunday. 5 p.m. …

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Disabled driving licenses could be denied in Europe due to Brexit hangover

Ministers are still negotiating with 11 countries over the status of Britain’s blue badges, which were recognized across the EU until the country left the union two years ago. France, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy are among the countries still ‘undecided’ over whether to recognize British blue badges, according to …

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Brad Pitt’s light linen skirt on the red carpet

Written by Lea Dolan, CNN This week many of us have been dealing with record high temperatures that have battered Europe and parts of America. While the ominous heat may have you wishing you could pull the blinds, crank up the fan, and stay as still as possible, there are …

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At Ivana Trump’s funeral, a golden coffin and the Secret Service

In death, as in life, her famous ex-husband hovered over the story of Ivana Trump. At Mrs. Trump’s funeral at a Catholic church on the Upper East Side on Wednesday afternoon, former President Donald J. Trump and his current wife, Melania, were there, seated in the front row, across from …

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MAFS’ Michael Brunelli details massive mistake before leaving for Europe

After keeping a huge mistake a secret last month, Michael Brunelli has opened up about what happened when he left Sydney to meet Martha Kalifatidis in the UK. And yes, it’s worse than the sandwich saga the couple had a heated argument over. speaking on handbags podcast, Michael revealed that …

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match dates, kick-off times and TV channel schedule

Groups Group A: England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland Group C: Holland, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland Complete devices All kick off times are BST Wednesday July 6 Thursday July 7 Group A: Norway 4 Northern Ireland 1 Friday July 8 …

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Stephen Sprouse exhibition at Newfields showcases iconic fashion moments

Stephen Sprouse was famous for sending neon colors and graffiti to clothes that became a groundbreaking marriage of punk and high-end. When pedigree designer Hoosier affixed his heavy lettering to Louis Vuitton’s iconic monogram in 2001, waiting lists swelled before the fashion line even came out. Her single-strap “Choose or …

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The Guardian’s take on Europe’s energy crisis: Confronting Putin won’t come cheap | Editorial

EEurope is sweltering during a prolonged summer heat wave. But the attention of politicians is increasingly focused on the coming winter. Like a succession of recent warnings from the International Energy Agency (IEA) and elsewhere have pointed out, an energy crisis rivaling the oil price shock of the 1970s could …

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The trend of metallic clothing is silver and gold fashion paint

Scroll to see more images If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, STYLECASTER may receive an affiliate commission. Typically, a major fashion trend begins in the collective unconscious of the season’s top designers and takes its first steps into the mainstream when …

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Lawless Europe – UK collapse – Facebook outage – POLITICO

The best of POLITICO coverage selected by editor-in-chief Jamil Anderlini. By KATE DAY View in your browser Hello from London, A dizzying week at Westminster, where Boris Johnson’s inability to take anything seriously ends up catching up with him. The charismatic spokesman for the Conservatives was finally caught off guard, …

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Jordan Spieth voices fears the Open at St Andrews will be a ‘corner contest’ | European tour

On a day when Cameron Tringale needed just 61 shots at the Scottish Open, Jordan Spieth became the latest top golfer to voice fears that the Old Course at St Andrews has been overtaken by the progress of the equipment. Tringale’s nine-under par on a calm morning at the Renaissance …

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Dior makes folklore in Parisian couture, riffing on Ukrainian art

PARIS — Images of traditional embroidery and floral paintings adorned the walls of Dior’s celebrity-laden runway tribute to Ukraine as the four-day Paris Couture Week kicked off on Monday. The set, by Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko, was the starting point for designer Maria Grazia Chiuri, who returned this season to …

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India and EU conclude first round of trade talks

Photo: Twitter India and the European Union concluded the first round of negotiations on India-EU Trade and Investment Agreements, including Geographical Indicators (GIs), in New Delhi last night. The week-long negotiations were conducted in a hybrid fashion – with some of the teams meeting in Delhi and the majority of …

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England women are yet to lose under Sarina Wiegman, as they win again against Switzerland in the final game before Euro 2022

The England women continued their unbeaten run under Sarina Wiegman with a 4-0 win over Switzerland in their final game before Euro 2022. The Lionesses dominated the game and broke the deadlock thanks to Alessio Russo’s second-half header, which capped off a strong performance from the Manchester United striker. Getty …

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France’s burkini ban affects all women, not just Muslims

Last Tuesday in France, the country’s highest court voted to overturn a ruling in Grenoble, a city that broke its burkini ban and allowed women to wear full-coverage swimsuits if they so wished. Since 2016, burkini bans have been in place at public swimming pools in France, but after protests …

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Hidden Gem Ljubljana Best European Destination 2022

Scenic Ljubljana, Slovenia viewed from the Ljubljanica river Paul Allen/Andphotography With a charming historic center around a Venetian-style canal, lined with bars and restaurants, Ljubljana is a real gem of a town. Recognized as Europe’s first ‘green’ city for adopting a pedestrian centre, Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana is also so culturally …

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EU leaders will support Ukraine’s bid for membership while skirting tough war questions – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Thursday’s European Council will nominate Ukraine as a candidate for EU membership – even as Russia’s ongoing war raises questions about whether the country will exist long enough to join the club. The decision on Ukraine’s candidate status, to be taken by the …

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Hopeful for India-UK Free Trade Agreement by Diwali: Piyush Goyal

Union Minister Piyush Goyal has expressed hope that India-UK Free Trade Agreement will be concluded by Diwali. The minister for trade and industry and textiles said the government was moving forward with free trade pacts with Canada, the European Union and the United Kingdom. In addition, Goyal informed that Australia, …

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Hurricane Agnes loomed on the horizon in 1972; 1947 summer fashion [Lancaster That Was] | Story

Hurricane Agnes loomed on the horizon in 1972;  1947 summer fashion [Lancaster That Was] |  Story

Excerpts and summaries of stories from the former Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster New Era and Sunday News that focus on events from the county’s past that are noteworthy, newsworthy or just plain weird. 25 years ago In June 1997, after three years of discussion and planning, Lancaster County’s third-largest shopping center …

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War and brands – Inventa

In 1991, due to the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Ukraine regained its independence and a new era for the Ukrainian economy began. Many business opportunities arise for entrepreneurs who then begin to emerge. New products and services have proliferated on the market, as has the …

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Emmanuel Macron’s coalition level with a new leftist group in the French elections | France

Emmanuel Macron’s centrist group was neck and neck with a new left-wing alliance led by hard-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon in the vote share of the first round of legislative elections, according to initial projections. A final week of frantic campaigning will begin ahead of the second round on Monday, as Macron’s …

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Strange takes over the Spalding Park Open – PGA of Australia

Two-time European Tour winner Scott Strange took full advantage of the dry morning conditions to open a five-stroke lead after the opening round of the Mitchell and Brown Spalding Park Open. The 36-hole, $35,000 Spalding Park Open is one of the most popular stops in the WA swing of the …

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Felix Capital, investor in Moonbug and Goop, raises $600 million

Frederic Court and Felix Capital have raised $600 million for a new fund after a string of successful bets on digital lifestyle brands like Moonbug. Felix Capital A failed attempt to build a textile market at the height of the dotcom boom taught Felix Capital’s Frederic Court an important lesson …

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UK: 73 new cases of monkeypox, largest outbreak outside Africa

LONDON (AP) — British health authorities have reported 73 more cases of monkeypox Monday, bringing the total to more than 300 across the country. To date, the UK has the largest identified outbreak of the disease beyond Africa, with the vast majority of infections among gay and bisexual men. Health …

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moving away from EU economic and environmental goals – EURACTIV.com

On June 7, the European Parliament will vote definitively on the proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). This will be the last chance for the EU Parliament and Council to fine-tune the mechanism and ensure that its ultimate goals can be achieved. As it stands, CBAM lacks the provisions to …

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As summer travel skyrockets, fashion and celebrities use this service to speed through airports

Universal Sky Services speeds customers through airport lines, immigration and baggage claims to … [+] create an unrivaled expedited airport experience with options that can include everything from a Michelin-starred menu to access to private suites in a private terminal. Universal air services Kourtney Kardashian. Megan Fox. Winnie Harlow. Sharon …

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Portugal suffer penalty shootout as France advance to European U17 Championship final

Portugal’s campaign for the European U17 Championship came to an end after a heartbreaking penalty shoot-out loss to France at the Netanya Stadium. The result was overshadowed by a terrible injury to Ivan Lima who was stretched off the pitch in the second half. It was an action-packed opener with …

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Russia aims to take over Ukrainian twin cities

Russian forces sought to encircle Ukrainian troops in eastern twin towns straddling a river as President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned Moscow was seeking to destroy the industrial Donbass region where it has focused its attacks. Russia is trying to seize the two separatist-claimed Donbass provinces, Donetsk and Luhansk, and trap Ukrainian …

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DHL executive says lockdowns in China will affect supply chains more than war in Ukraine

BERLIN, May 23 (Reuters) – Lockdowns in China are having a bigger impact on global supply chains than the war in Ukraine and will be felt even after they are lifted, the head of Deutsche Post Group’s freight business said. DHL (DPWGn.DE). China renewed COVID-19 shutdowns in major centers in …

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Mbappe scores a hat-trick, Leipzig win the cup

Kylian Mbappe celebrated his new three-year contract with a hat-trick as Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain signed in style with a 5-0 rout of 10 players Metz. Mbappe, whose continued presence at the Parc des Princes was confirmed before kick-off, struck twice in four minutes in the first half …

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EU clean car plans don’t go far enough, critics say

The EU has presented its plans to decarbonise the automotive industry in Europe and the European Parliament has pledged to end all sales of internal combustion vehicles on the continent by 2035. Automakers will have to reduce CO2 emissions from their fleets by 20% (compared to 2021 levels), reaching 50% …

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Young fashion designer Ōpōtiki is making waves with the luxury brand

If you’re looking for the birthplace of high fashion in New Zealand, your mind will quickly wander to Auckland’s Ponsonby or the streets of Wellington. Few people would think of the small town of Ōpōtiki on the east coast. Home to delicious seafood and stunning wildlife, and a shop on …

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Boohoo and Asos bullish despite pandemic threat to fast fashion

In a frantic few weeks early last year, online fashion retailers Asos and Boohoo upended years of British high street history by scooping up the remains of bankrupt groups Arcadia and Debenhams. The absorption of brands with centuries of retail heritage by companies that only came of age in the …

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Mango Opens Fifth Avenue Flagship, Kicking Off US Expansion Plans

The exterior of the new Mango store on Fifth Avenue. Brett Beyer for Mango Move over, Zara, there’s a new Spaniard in town. Spanish retailer Mango has just opened an attractive 23,000 square foot three-story store located at 711 Fifth Avenue. If the Barcelona-based fashion empire succeeds, its brand will …

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Liverpool’s European success is the stone in Pep Guardiola’s shoe

The purchase of the English title is nothing new. Jack Walker bought him with Blackburn Rovers long before Roman Abramovich did with Chelsea and Sheikh Mansour with Manchester City. No one would be surprised, given his deep pockets, if Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman did it with Newcastle United …

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Bautista drills as Dodt gets European card

The tournament leader since his course record of 10-under 61 in Friday’s second round, Bautista’s final round of two-under 69 saw him equal the 72-hole tournament record of 20-under par set by Brett Rankin in 2019 but set a new benchmark in tournament dominance in the NT. A clear six …

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Rangers show strength of unity and have nothing to fear in Europa League final | Rangers

A post-match episode of mutual appreciation as the stragglers made their way along Paisley Road West shortly before 11.30pm on Thursday. RB Leipzig fan: “Great stadium.” Rangers fan: “We were the underdogs.” Leipzig fan: “Underdogs? These are the Glasgow Rangers. Laughter, handshakes and the two continued on their merry way. …

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European stocks slammed by lackluster earnings, Fed shakes

The DAX chart of the German stock price index is pictured on the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, April 29, 2022. REUTERS/Staff Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Boohoo plunges after warning of tough year Equinor wins after record profit Oil stocks rise as EU mulls Russian …

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What is “Gilded Glamour” and why is it the theme for this year’s Met Gala?

The Met Gala is set to return on the first Monday in May, after several postponements thanks to COVID-19. Fashion’s biggest red carpet will take place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on May 2 and is sure to attract big stars. While 2021’s “In America: …

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The Flemish Phenomenon: How Belgian Buildings Went From Farce to Genius | Architecture

In a park on the edge of Antwerp, a low donut-shaped building stands among the trees, resembling a friendly flying saucer nestled in a clearing. On one side, the large picture windows of a kindergarten open onto a raised terrace where the children play with a view of all the …

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Nestlé says more price hikes are coming after 5.2% increase | Nestle

Nestlé, the owner of KitKat, Häagen-Dazs and Felix cat foods, raised prices 5.2% in the first three months of this year and said rising costs will soon force another increase. Mark Schneider, its managing director, said: “Cost inflation continues to rise sharply, which will require further pricing and mitigation actions …

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British Prime Minister Johnson to meet with US and other world leaders on Ukraine | world news

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with U.S. President Joe Biden and other world leaders on Tuesday to discuss tougher sanctions on Russia and further support for Ukraine, the official said. Johnson’s spokesperson. Leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Japan, NATO and the European Commission …

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Kendall Jenner rocks pigtail braids as she peeks at her second-day Coachella look on Instagram

Kendall Jenner rocks pigtail braids as she peeks at her second-day Coachella look on social media By Ashleigh Gray for Dailymail.Com Published: 02:57 BST, 17 April 2022 | Update: 02:57 BST, 17 April 2022 Kendall Jenner took to Instagram on Saturday to show fans her day two Coachella look. The …

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Live updates on the Ukraine-Russia war: latest news on the warship Moskva

In the days following the Russian withdrawal from the outskirts of kyiv, a driver named Oleg Naumenko opened the trunk of an abandoned car and it exploded, killing him instantly. The car had been booby-trapped, and his family and local authorities blamed the Russian soldiers. “I died with him then,” …

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Beginner’s Guide to Pet Passports

(CNN) — It’s not just human beings who need a passport to travel. Fashion designer Valentino had a coterie of six adorable pugs traveling with him on his private jet. Not only did they all have passports, but chances are they had more stamps than the average human traveler. However, …

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The need for pharmacy innovation is growing

In a land of giants, where the once corner pharmacy is all but extinct, the fate of Rite Aid hangs in the balance, and perhaps the future of pharmacies as we know them now. Among pure-play drugstore chains, Rite Aid started the week as a distant third player behind Walgreens …

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EU anti-fast fashion push: what it means for wool and cotton | North Queensland Register

Green proposals put forward by the European Commission to encourage sustainability and combat the fast fashion movement stop short of specifically promoting natural fibers such as wool and cotton. The proposals, released last week, include a strategy for sustainable and circular textiles, as well as updates to EU consumer rules …

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How Sir Alex Ferguson trained Ralf Rangnick after Man Utd’s ‘fantastic’ European display | Soccer | sport

Manchester United may have fallen from their pedestal since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, while Ralf Rangnick knows all about the Scot’s prowess. The Red Devils once beat Germany’s Schalke in a performance that Fergie hailed as one of the best performances he had seen at the club in Europe. Old …

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Margaret M. McGowan, who expanded the field of dance history, dies at 90

Margaret M. McGowan, a British cultural historian who created a new international field of academic study, now known as ancient dance, and received national honors in Britain and France, died March 16 in Brighton, England. She was 90 years old. Her death, in a hospital, was confirmed by her husband, …

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Fabricoz brings Indian and Pakistani ethnic fashion dresses to the United States

India is always appreciated for its tradition, culture and ethnicity. This traditionally wealthy country is also known for its beautiful and stunning Indian clothing for women. Indian clothes and dresses are not only remarkable but inimitable and are admired by myriads not only in India but also abroad. At the …

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Russia turns to retailers from Turkey, China, India and Brazil as European brands pull back

The Russian Mall Union is reportedly in negotiations with retailers from Turkey, China, India and Brazil to open new stores in malls across the country, replacing European brands that have recently closed stores. Until recently, Western brands took up 34% of leasable space in Moscow’s major malls, according to data …

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US tech giants face tough new rules in Europe

Strict new rules passed by the European Union (EU) could force US-based tech giants to change their business practices. European industry chief Thierry Breton said the deal, reached on March 24, 2022, would ensure fair and open digital markets. The largest companies that will be affected are Google parent company …

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Meet Mahmud A-Smadi, the haircare guru taking the European skincare industry by storm

In today’s read, we meet Mahmud Al-Smadi, a 33-year-old entrepreneur and CEO with a passion for all things beauty, fashion and wellness. Mahmud tells us how he went from being a hairstylist to owning his own co-founded brand taking over the European skincare industry. He wildly spills the beans on …

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Off the Beaten Path: European Tailoring and Alteration

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – Located on North Pearl Street in Albany, European Tailoring & Alteration has been operating downtown for decades, but last year it got a facelift in more ways than one. Mo Rabiu took over the boutique, leaving the world of finance to follow his passion for fashion. …

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12 European nations will receive 2 billion euros from the EU under BAR

The European Commission (EC) recently approved the payment of more than €2 billion under the Brexit Adjustment Reserve (BAR) to 12 Member States. This will make €819.2 million available by the end of March 2022 and the rest by April 2023. The funding will help these countries mitigate the negative …

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How countries get their national identity

Finns also used more appropriate clothing – camouflaging themselves against the ubiquitous snow with comfortable white capes, rather than skimpy khaki uniforms. Their use of sabot power on tanks provided another advantage in left field, as there were few roads in the main combat areas and vehicles were loud and …

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Most businesses are unaware and unprepared for the impending green transformation

The European Green Deal is poised to transform the business landscape from tax and procurement to supply chain management, but less than half of businesses know what it is and most are unprepared , according to a survey by professional services firm PwC. The survey of 300 companies in 13 …

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Dundee vs Rangers LIVE scores as Aaron Ramsey starts in heart of revamped midfield

Thursday’s epic full-time crescendo was well deserved for a Rangers side riding the crest of a wave in Europe. But Gio van Bronckhorst is acutely aware that adding more silverware is vitally important for a side that won the Premiership title last season. They have the chance to face Dundee …

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How a woman and her children escaped their Ukrainian village under attack

Russian forces have continued to make further advances over the past 24 hours, a senior US defense official told reporters on Friday. The closest Russian forces Kyivabout 15 kilometers (about 9 miles) outside the city center, has not come close since yesterday, the official said. There are two other groups …

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Soundcloud veteran founds €25m European metaverse venture capital fund

David Haynes, one of the founders of music streaming company Soundcloud, has teamed up with XR industry veteran Petri Rajahalme to launch a €25 million fund specializing in investments in the metaverse. FOV Ventures, which has so far secured €16.5m of its €25m target, is looking to back some 25-30 …

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After an early silence, more luxury brands are moving away from Russia following the invasion of Ukraine

In the days following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, most luxury brands remained silent as they watched their stock prices plummet and the European Union swiftly imposed sanctions on companies. exports and imports. For Giorgio Armani, silence was in order. During Milan Fashion Week, he cut his show music, one of …

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Valentino Gets ‘Pretty in Pink’ on the Bold Paris Show | Entertainment News

By THOMAS ADAMSON, AP Fashion Editor It was “la Vie en Rose” for Valentino that headlined the Paris Fashion Week segment on Sunday with a bold but triumphant pink collection as VIP guests including Lewis Hamilton and Zendaya had to negotiate arrivals during of a car-free day in the center …

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How Tech Sanctions Can Help Counter the Russian Threat – European Council on Foreign Relations

Russia attacks Ukraine Read more on Russia attacks Ukraine Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24 caused a sea change in the international order. The resulting flip-flops in European security and defense policy are truly remarkable. The long-term geopolitical consequences of the war are still unclear, but one thing …

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Invasion in Ukraine: retail giant H&M becomes the latest brand to suspend sales in Russia | world news

Swedish retail giant H&M has become the latest brand to suspend all sales to Russia because it said it was “deeply concerned” about the situation in Ukraine. The world’s second largest clothing retailer has already temporarily closed all stores in Ukraine “for the safety of customers and colleagues”. She joins …

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They are the last European countries to close their airspace to Russian planes and airlines

Families enjoy the sun on the bank of the Dnieper in Kyiv on Sunday February 20. (Ivana Kottasova/CNN) Last Sunday Kiev was a bustling European city with trendy cafes, artwork on every corner and fresh sushi available on demand at midnight. Now it’s a war zone. Sirens sound across the …

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What the Russian conflict in Ukraine means for the US economy

The threat of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could have economic repercussions globally and in the United States, increasing uncertainty, rattling commodity markets and potentially pushing up inflation as prices gas and food are increasing in the world. Russia is a major producer of oil and natural gas, and the brewing …

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“The Golden Age”: what is reality and what is fiction?

A scene from this week’s episode of “The Gilded Age,” Julian Fellowes’ frothy period drama on HBO, takes us to Central Park in the late 19th century. Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson), young, rebellious and newly arrived from the obscurity of Pennsylvania, rides in a horse-drawn carriage with her two blue-blooded …

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5 American and 5 European manufacturers with the coolest logos

Automaker badges are about as important as the quality of the car they’re displayed on. If a co-manufacturer’s logo looks a little boring, ugly, or clunky, it can compromise the integrity of the business and even influence sales numbers. There have been many automakers over the years that have had …

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Covid News: NYC Anime Convention Wasn’t an Omicron Superspreader Event, CDC Study Finds

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times California health officials have unveiled a ‘next phase’ …

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Major European markets close slightly weak

(RTTNews) – Major European markets closed slightly on the weak side on Wednesday as concerns over geopolitical tensions and looming interest rate hikes amid rising inflation sent the mood cautious. Russia announced on Tuesday that some units taking part in military exercises around Ukraine were returning to their bass. However, …

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US pulls most diplomats from Kyiv as tension mounts

In a sign of growing anxiety, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III has ordered a “temporary” repositioning of 160 National Guard trainers from Ukraine to “elsewhere in Europe”, the Pentagon announced on Saturday. The trainers worked alongside an undisclosed number of Army Green Berets, who will remain in Ukraine …

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FIFA Club World Cup: Chelsea clinch first title after Kai Havertz’s late penalty, Sports News

Chelsea were crowned FIFA Club World Champions for the first time as Kai Havertz netted a penalty in extra time to break the heart of Brazilian club Palmeiras on Saturday. Havertz, scorer of the winning goal in last season’s European Champions League final, was as cool as a cucumber in …

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Pepper Guide: Black, White, Green and Pink Pepper and How to Use Them

“Pepper is so common, so widely and indiscriminately used, that few consider it a spice, let alone anything special,” John O’Connell wrote in “The Book of Spice.” But that wasn’t always the case. Black pepper was once a “scarce and expensive commodity,” O’Connell wrote. “In the early Middle Ages, rents, …

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Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 by Virgil Abloh: EZ Rock at Sotheby’s

Luxury sportswear has reached a new zenith with the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1, a collaboration unveiled via the runway last summer that now lives at Sotheby’s, the outlet that offered the first exclusive chance to buy the sneakers. Shoes should be handled with white gloves by specialist …

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Global Denim Jeans Market Report 2022: Market to be reached

Dublin, 08 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Denim Jeans – Global Market Trajectory and Analysis” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global denim jeans market to reach US$76.1 billion by 2026 The global jeans market, estimated at US$57.3 billion in 2020, is expected to reach a revised …

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Rangers 5-0 Hearts: Jambos can’t contain Rangers but European cushion remains intact

A reaction was guaranteed and it did, but those in maroon may have left Glasgow wondering how this game slipped away from them so quickly. They weren’t particularly outplayed or beaten in the first half and created enough problems to upset their hosts. A ruthless display from Rangers in the …

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Rihanna, Elvis, The Weeknd and a Bond villain all love the same gold Rolex King Midas

You may have heard this week that internet serial breakers Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are having a baby, or as someone to CNN put it: ‘Riri has a Bibi.’ A regular fixture on our best-dressed couples list for the effortless way they blend streetwear with European designer fashion, their sense …

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Real Madrid’s hat-trick dreams often end in the Copa del Rey

Real Madrid haven’t done particularly well in the Copa del Rey this season, needing more time to beat lesser opponents. However, this year, there is a good reason to give everything. Quality Sports Images/Getty Images At first glance, Thursday’s hostile Copa del Rey encounter – when Real Madrid travel to …

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Fashion companies are using ‘zombie data’ to mislead over sustainability claims

The fashion industry is relying on ‘zombie data’ that lacks credibility to promote sustainable products and services, a move that could damage brand reputations and see investors backtrack on unsustainable corporate practices . Planet Tracker warns that ‘ambiguity has a number of negative ripple effects’ for companies and investors New …

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