Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Fashion Models Pay Tribute To The Ultimate Style Icon, Marilyn Monroe By Zach Seemayer 5 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done New York’s Whitespace show of ‘MARILYN: The Lost Photos Of A Hollywood Star’ was the place to be for fashion models Tuesday night. When a main element of your job is to be drop dead beautiful, it only makes sense to want to pay tribute to one of the most legendary style goddesses in American culture, Marilyn Monroe. On Tuesday, the New York photo gallery Whitespace launched a new show called “MARILYN: The Lost Photos Of A Hollywood Star” which featured dozens of pictures of the iconic beauty that had long been forgotten. And it was the place to be for some of the city’s most stunning models.
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Starting at 5 p.m., ladies are welcome to visit participating businesses and take advantage of exclusive offers. In addition to sales, discounts, and incentives offered throughout Leominster, the city is also having a Fashion Show at City Hall starting at 8 p.m. Dont miss this event! Ray Richard will again be the DJ for the fashion show with music and entertainment. Enjoy fashions from Leominster retailers as well as hair and make up by Leominster salons. An annual part of Ladies Night Out is the 150 bags and the raffles. Starting at 5 p.m., the first 150 ladies to arrive at City Hall receive a gift bag filled with goodies, samples, coupons, and more.
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The costume-filled festivities start tomorrow, July 24, and will go until Sunday. Comic-Con used to be known as a cult event for comic book fans to meet with each other, but it has now turned into a huge phenomenon that even celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Vin Diesel attend. There have been quite a few fashion statements made by comic book characters but these 15 are definitely the most stylish superheroes of all time! Click through to see if your favorite character made the list! 1
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Visual artist Pierre Buttin recently presented an original take on the iconic TV series “Sex & the City.” Titled “Brands and the City,” the artist’s video is an alphabetical compilation of every mention of a brand during the show’s six seasons. The run time is just under ten minutes. If you thought Manolo Blahnik was the name most frequently cited by Carrie, Miranda, http://www.chicemma.com/ Charlotte and Samantha, think again. According to the artist, who tallied the mentions for each brand, the most frequently referenced trademark was Vogue. The ultimate reference for fashionistas, the magazine topped the ranking with 36 mentions in total, mainly thanks to Carrie Bradshaw’s brief employment at the magazine. Vogue was followed closely by Martini, which was mentioned 34 times, reminding us that Cosmos weren’t the only cocktail Carrie and her entourage enjoyed.
The most mentioned brand in ‘Sex & the City’ is… Vogue – Yahoo News
Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic tops charts with parody album 3 hours ago View photo US comedian-singer “Weird Al” Yankovic has scored a career-first number one album following Los Angeles (AFP) – US comedian-singer “Weird Al” Yankovic has scored a career-first number one album following a viral video campaign parodying two of the biggest hits of the past year. Yankovic, 54, famed for his spoof 1984 version of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” — “Eat It” — finally found chart-topping glory after coming up with comic versions of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Pharrell’s “Happy.” Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has become reimagined as “Word Crimes” — a lighthearted rallying cry against poor grammar — while “Happy” is aped as “Tacky,” poking fun at eccentric fashion tastes. Both parodies were included on the album “Mandatory Fun” which has debuted at number one on Billboard’s 200 chart. It is the first comedy album to reach top spot since 1963 and logged the highest weekly sales of any comedy album for 20 years.