Paris Fashion Week Highlights 2020

Paris Fashion Week Highlights 2020

New York, London, Madrid, Milan and Paris have all hosted fashion weeks this fall — even if much of the world was too busy and tensed to notice. The fashion industry is reeling; marketing budgets have been slashed, fashion magazines are thinner. Paris is facing a coronavirus spike and there’s a possible lockdown looming — but Paris Fashion Week went on, with collections that exuded hope for an industry uncertain of its own path. At a time when the relevance of bespoke clothing, haute couture and luxury ready-to-wear is in…

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Milan Fashion Week SS21 Highlights

Milan Fashion Week SS21 Highlights

Milan Fashion Week SS21 returned to something approaching pre-pandemics normalcy with shows staged in front of small audiences and unmasked models. Big names such as Parada and Versace aired on the side of caution with behind-closed-doors events and live screenings with only their in-house teams in attendance. Italian craftsmanship and heritage were high on the agenda as designers sought to celebrate a return to traditional fashion values. PradaThe much-anticipated collaboration between Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons was shown via screens for SS21, displaying a collection that aimed to reaffirm high…

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Highlights of Spain Fashion Week in Madrid

Highlights of Spain Fashion Week in Madrid

The Mercedes Benz Fashion Week kicked off in Madrid, Spain from September 10. The Spanish fashion week will take place from 10 to 13 September under new security measures and social distance guidelines due the coronavirus pandemic. The event held at Feria De Madrid, among otheer venues across Madrid, is held twice in a year, and despite safety measures on account of the coronavirus pandemic, it will still be the largest catwalk in Spain. Backstage, make-up and hair of the models was done by masked staffers, while the benches at…

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New Bridesmaid’s Fashion Dress is so low – Cut that Breasts Risk Falling Out of The Dress !

New Bridesmaid’s Fashion Dress is so low – Cut that Breasts Risk Falling Out of The Dress !

Aussie fashion retailer Meshki has just debuted its newest bridal collection, but one dress is getting all the attention. A bridesmaid dress from Meshki’s new bridal range is causing controversy online The $199 ‘Daniella’ has a strappy corset-style top and a skirt with a daring split It exposes a generous glimpse of cleavage and one leg right up to the inner thigh A risqué bridesmaid dress from an Australian fashion brand has sparked debate on social media with many branding it ‘totally inappropriate’ for a wedding. The $199 ‘Daniella’, which…

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Ana Belac of Slovenia wins Carolina Golf Classic

Ana Belac of Slovenia wins Carolina Golf Classic

Ana Belac of Slovenia won the Carolina Golf Classic at Pinehurst No. 9 for her first Symetra Tour title, wrapping up an LPGA Tour card with the breakthrough victory. The former Duke star closed with a 2-over 74 for a four-stroke victory. Six strokes ahead entering the day after rounds of 66, 71 and 70, she finished at 7-under 281. ‘Grateful’ “It hasn’t set in yet. I am just really excited and happy,” Belac said. “I am just really grateful to compete at this level on this amazing course.” Belac turned…

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Experts say European countries are suffering due to Covid-19 by relaxing lockdown in sports & entertainment.

Experts say European countries are suffering due to Covid-19 by relaxing lockdown in sports & entertainment.

European countries ‘paying a high price’ for coming out of lockdowns too quickly, EU’s top COVID adviser says Peter Piot warns public health must be ‘fixed’ before economies fully restart Europe has been badly hit in second wave of pandemic, with infections and deaths rapidly increasing A top EU coronavirus adviser has said Europe is now “paying a high price” after coming out of lockdown too quickly. Peter Piot, a renowned virologist who is the special COVID-19 adviser to European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, said too many measures…

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) president : Don’t expect countries to pull out of Olympics due to COVID-19

International Olympic Committee (IOC) president : Don’t expect countries to pull out of Olympics due to COVID-19

International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach says he doesn’t expect countries to pull out of next year’s Tokyo Olympics due to Covid pandemic and that athletes too won’t be barred if they test negative. The Tokyo Olympics are set to be held from July 23 to August 8 next year after being postponed from 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Olympics are set to be held from July 23 to August 8 next year after being postponed from 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic but leading health experts have,…

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Facebook Dating Services & App may begin from February 2021 on Valentines day

Facebook Dating Services & App may begin from February 2021 on Valentines day

Facebook said it was launching its dating service in 50 European countries.Facebook Dating, the social network’s competitor to Tinder and other dating apps, launches today in Europe after a long delay from its planned Valentine’s Day debut. The dating service offers the same features in Europe as it does in the US, using the existing profile you’ve created on Facebook to find potential matches. Facebook tailors these matches with your preferences, Facebook activity, and, if you opt in, groups and events. FACEBOOK ORIGINALLY PLANNED TO LAUNCH ITS DATING SERVICE IN…

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UK economy feels the pressure as 2nd wave of Coronavirus pushes UK into severe recession

UK economy feels the pressure as 2nd wave of Coronavirus pushes UK into severe recession

The government will close the furlough scheme this weekend, with redundancies rising at the fastest rate on record and the second wave of Covid-19 pushing Britain’s economy to the brink of a double-dip recession, according to a Guardian analysis. As the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, prepares to end the multibillion-pound coronavirus job retention scheme and launch a less generous replacement programme, early warning indicators show business activity faltering as local lockdowns take effect. The number of people losing their jobs is rising much faster than during the 2008 financial crisis, while…

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Huawei Neglected in EU as Nokia Wins Belgian 5G Contracts

Huawei Neglected in EU as Nokia Wins Belgian 5G Contracts

Orange and Proximus have picked Nokia to help build 5G networks in Belgium as they drop Huawei amid US pressure to exclude the Chinese firm from supplying key telecoms equipment. The moves are among the first by commercial operators in Europe to drop Huawei from next-generation networks and come after months of diplomatic pressure from Washington, which alleges Huawei equipment could be used by Beijing for spying. The Belgian capital Brussels is home to the European Union’s executive body and parliament, making it a matter of particular concern for US…

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