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Tuesday, 29 September 2015

A Secretly Launched Louis Vuitton Bag?

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Ay, ay, ay! What do we have here? Are we seeing double…or something we haven't seen before? Louis Vuitton fanatics in the house, are you ready for this? Well, we're giving you just a sneak peek on this beauty (because we love you that much), but just a side note – even our insiders don't know ANYTHING about this beauty. […] 
 
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Puma x Alexander McQueen Sneakers

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Today, we're going to introduce you to a collection of shoes that's a cut above the rest – Alexander McQueen in collaboration with Puma, recently launched a line of designer trainers and sneakers which are really high fashion (you can tell by the sneakers' beautiful craftsmanship and design). Of course, the two powerhouses in both fashion and sportswear couldn't leave […] 
 
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Chanel CC Crossing WOC

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The Chanel CC Crossing Wallet on Chain, we presume, is going to be every woman's dream…and why not? It's a fabulous piece of leather that's bound to keep you excited every time you wear it. It is a compact piece that really accentuates your outfits with its sleek design and geometric details (the lines are a great giveaway!). The CC […] 
 
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Upgrade Your Laundry With Tide Pods

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From time to time we stray away from purely bags and turn our attention to things trending in the rest of the world of fashion. Enjoy this article :)

This site reports on tons of fashion. I realized I never addressed the care of such fashion. I was introduced to Tide PODs with Febreze back in NY Fashion Week last February. The squishy little pouches were cute to look at but the pods seemed like a novelty to use.

I won't lie, I hate laundry. As a Manhattanite, I don't have a washer and dryer directly in my apartment and have to use commercial machines. Anything that makes this process easier is fabulous in my book. The pods are a 4-in-1 combo of detergent, softener, fabric freshener and agent to brighten colors. I have a cat and don't do laundry nearly as much as most people should. Popping in the little pods into the machine with my clothes without worrying about multiple bottles, boxes and measuring does streamline the process.

I have sensitive skin, prone to allergies, so I was worried about a switch to a product with scent. I am happy to say that I felt absolutely no irritation from my laundered clothes. It was also a bonus that everything smelled fresh. While the advertising says the scent lasts 24 hours, I found that my linens and towels maintained the lovely notes for over a week in my closet.

As a fashion industry vet, I wash more clothes in the machine than recommended. Clothing labels err on the side of caution and asking customers to dry clean everything is just easier from a legal standpoint. While silk crepe and charmeuse tend to shrink after the wash (which is fine for my nightgowns), I wouldn't bother with fitted blouses. Knits and even cashmere can be washed in the machines, just make sure you use cold water and lay them flat to drive (do NOT put them in the dryer). For cotton knits, many are treated to a silicone wash at retail to pop the colors, so no matter what, they will fade. Your best bet is always to turn any intense color or dark colored clothing inside out.

Between running around from show to show next week, Tide PODS with Febreze will be my MVP for NYFW. Save your clothes save the world. Follow them on Tide Facebook for discounts, coupons, tips.

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Monogrammed Constellation Cygnus, The Swan MacBook Pro Sleeve

Carry your laptop in style with this easy-on protective case and be unique with this astounding image from deep in the universe.


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Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series A gorgeous star forming region in Constellation Cygnus (The Swan). This Hubble image shows a dust-rich, interstellar gas cloud with a new-born star in the centre of the hour-glass shape. The glowing blue of the hydrogen in this nebula is due to the jets being emitted from the forming star as dust falls into into it and this causes the heating and turbulence of the hydrogen. The star, known as S106 IR, is reaching the end of its birth and will soon enter the much quieter period of adulthood known as the main stage.

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The Dame Gi, Weird Hoodie from Japan

And now for something completely different..

Each day at around this time we post something a bit random - but which we're sure you'll enjoy :)
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The Dame Gi is a ridiculous piece of lazy-wear from Japan, which translates as "no-good wear", this crazy looking zip-up suit claims that it will "ruin men", although we can't see why it wouldn't ruin lazier women just as well. Made of lightweight but warm material, and there are plenty of special features see from iamges. Right now, it's only available in Japan. You can order the Dame Gi for about 6,000 yen (US$49.89) on either Amazon or Rakuten...(Read...)


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Pitbull MOM Jumbo Tote Bag

Here's a great tote bag featuring an adorable pet dog. Love animals, love this bag! Click to customize / personalize to make it yours.



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Show the World that YOU are a PROUD Pitbull Dog Owner! This MOM design is embellished with a dog collar and Pink Paw Prints. Click on the Design to View ALL the Versions!

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Mother of the Bride Tote Bag

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Pretty floral canvas tote bag, just for the mother of the bride, with graphics of a lovely peach colored rose. A pale peach frame, a peach and white gingham bow on the stem of the rose and text reading, Mother of the Bride. Customize for the whole wedding party by changing the text.

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PERSONALISED Cars Koolart - Mini School Nursery Rucksack Backpack, Small Kids Child, Toddler Rucksack.

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Green & White Damask Cosmetic Bag

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Green and white floral damask print cosmetic bag.

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Dumbbell Nebula, constellation Vulpecula, The Fox Grocery Tote Bag

Go shopping in style with this must-have tote bag. The intriguing image from deep in our universe will show you are part of the future!


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Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series A great photo from deep space featuring the Dumbbell Nebula - also known as Messier 27 or NGC 6853. It's a typical planetary nebula and is located in the constellation Vulpecula (The Fox).

The distance is rather uncertain, but is believed to be around 1,200 light-years. It was first described by the French astronomer and comet hunter Charles Messier who found it in 1764 and included it as no. 27 in his famous list of extended sky objects.

Despite its class, the Dumbbell Nebula has nothing to do with planets. It consists of very rarefied gas that has been ejected from the hot central star (well visible on this photo), now in one of the last evolutionary stages. The gas atoms in the nebula are excited (heated) by the intense ultraviolet radiation from this star and emit strongly at specific wavelengths.

This image is the beautiful by-product of a technical test of some FORS1 narrow-band optical interference filters. They only allow light in a small wavelength range to pass and are used to isolate emissions from particular atoms and ions.

In this three-colour composite, a short exposure was first made through a wide-band filter registering blue light from the nebula. It was then combined with exposures through two interference filters in the light of double-ionized oxygen atoms and atomic hydrogen. They were colour-coded as "blue", "green" and "red", respectively, and then combined to produce this picture that shows the structure of the nebula in "approximately true" colours.



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London Film Festival | 10 Films You Need To Book Now

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With 238 films showing across the capital over 12 days from 7th October, coming from a whopping 71 countries, the London Film Festival is without doubt our biggest and most expansive national celebration of movies. But with so many possibilities, and tickets far from cheap, it's not always easy to choose what to see.

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It's usually not worth splashing out on the big-ticket movies unless you're an unrepentant star-gazer, as they'll usually be in multiplexes a few weeks afterwards. Suffragette, the worthy British period drama that recreates the struggle for voting equality as a guerilla warfare thriller, is opening the festival on 7th October but opens nationwide only 5 days later, while the crazy dystopian Cannes Jury Prize-winning The Lobster, starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz is showing on 15th October but opening across the country the following day.

So to help you decide which of this smorgasbord of filmic delights is worth a cross-London trip and forking out £15 for, here are my top ten weird and wonderful options for you viewing pleasure.

10. Lucifer 

Or, the day the devil came to a tiny Mexican village after climbing down a ladder from the sky and caused a bit of a rumpus. Filmed as though through a telescope, this delightfully unusual comedy drama it promises to be a mix of Stephen King's Needful Things and Ken Russell's The Devils.

9. The Witch 

This Sundance smash, set in a superstitious, oppressive 17th Century New England, bleeds dread and threat from every frame. After a child goes missing from a remote farmstead the intrinsic paranoia and supernatural fear of the time and place quickly reach fever pitch, leading to the inevitable misery and horror. Smart and unrelenting, it's probably the scariest film of the festival.

8. Cemetery of Splendour

Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul makes luminescent, troubling films that defy glib analysis, and his latest – about a team of soldiers struck with a Sleeping Beauty-style malady and the weird psychic  – promises to be every bit as haunting, playful and unfathomable as his superb Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives.

7. The Assassin 

Director Hou Hsiao-Hsien won the Best Director prize at Cannes for this ravishing, thoughtful and melancholic period martial arts epic about a disgraced female assassin sent to kill her former lover, now a regional big cheese, but who rebels against the system that has enslaved her. Like This Zhang Yimou's equally glorious Hero, this begs to be seen on the biggest screen possible.

6. Chronic 

Tim Roth apparently gives one of his greatest performances as a hospice nurse whose devotion to his dying patients is slowly revealed to be more disturbing and self-destructive than his touching efforts at first suggest. Mexican director Michel Franco's shocking After Lucia was a worldwide festival hit in 2012 and his follow-up stands to be every bit as punishing.

5. Green Room

Jeremy Saulnier's follow-up film to his 2014 low-key thriller Blue Ruin, the main draw for this violent revenge / siege thriller is Patrick Stewart's turn as a raging neo-Nazi hunting down a desperate punk band in a grimy gig venue. It's not clever, and it's definitely not pretty, but it's one of the LFF's most visceral and unrelenting thrill-rides.

4. Tangerine 

The little scrappy, yappy dog in a field of pedigree pooches, this micro-budget urban comedy drama about a transsexual prostitute and her friend ripping up Los Angeles on the hunt for her pimp was filmed entirely on iPhones and took Sundance by storm. Part screwball comedy, part insightful and poignant urban drama, everyone's going to be talking about Tangerine soon.

3. Taxi Tehran 

Iranian director Jafar Panahi has been banned from making films for 20 years by the authorities in his native Iranian. Thankfully that hasn't stopped him from making this slice-of-life drama about the lives, loves, thoughts , dreams and sorrows of a host of people picked up by a Tehran taxi driver, played by the director. His bravery alone makes this gentle drama a brave thriller of sorts.

2. Mediterranea 

The couldn't-be-more relevant tale of two African migrants who've made it to Italy and are having very different experiences of setting up a new life there, this debut  feature film from Italian director Jonas Carpignano will undoubtedly hit a deep and uncomfortable chord as the migrant crisis in the Europe only stands to get worse.

1. Yakuza Apocalypse 

This may be a personal choice, but any new film from barmy auteur Miike Takeshi is worth a trip to the cinema in my opinion, especially one that involves immortal vampire gangsters, weaponised severed heads and demented frog beasts. Suffice to say, it probably won't win many awards at this festival, or any other.

These are just a few of the wonderful, beautiful and strange movies on offer across London in October, and one of the greatest pleasures is to simply choose an evening and randomly select a couple of movies you've never heard of that sound intriguing. You almost certainly won't regret it.

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Words: Greg Taylor


  

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Animal Lover Tote Bag To Promote Pet Adoption

Here's a great tote bag featuring an adorable pet dog. Love animals, love this bag! Click to customize / personalize to make it yours.



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You support pet adoption from your local animal shelter? This animal lover's tote bag featuring a forlorn dog, lets an animal rights mom promote pet adoption every day as she shops or goes about her daily business. Serves as a great conversation starter, too, as others interested in promoting animal welfare and pet adoption recognize you as a kindred spirit. Makes a terrific gift for any animal lover on your gift list!

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Mother of the Bride Tote Bag

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Pretty floral canvas tote bag, just for the mother of the bride, with graphics of a lovely lavender rose. A pale purple frame, a purple and white gingham bow on the stem of the rose and text reading, Mother of the Bride. Customize for the whole wedding party by changing the text.

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Elegant Geisha design make-up bag Cosmetic Bag

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Style yourself in style with this beautiful Geisha design make-up bag

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