Mollie King's fashion dash: Leggy singer changes her designer attire THREE times to suit different London Fashion Week shows By Alanah Eriksen Updated: 07:10 GMT, 21 February 2012 e-mail 41 View Mollie King obviously knew it would have been a big no-no to turn up to a designer's show in another designer's clothes.So the Saturdays singer made three changes today as she darted around various London Fashion Week shows.The 24-year-old started the day at Dutchman Michael van der Ham's spectacular. Looking leggy: Newly-single Mollie King showed off her legs in three outfits today, including these cute dresses, as she hopped to different shows at London Fashion WeekShe donned a patterned purple and white T-shirt with a green skirt and pink suede heels as she watched the models in the autumn.winter collection at Old Billingsgate Market.The blonde was joined by her band's stylist, Frank Strachan in the front row, who went for an odd ensemble including a brown leather jacket … [Read more...] about Mollie King’s fashion dash: Leggy singer changes her designer attire THREE times to suit different London Fashion Week shows
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Last August, when the writer Meghan Daum published her essay “Nuance: A Love Story” on the Medium publication GEN (where she’s a biweekly columnist), it touched a nerve. The love story, as detailed in this 28-minute read, was about how Daum — a lifelong self-described liberal — fell into a YouTube hole populated by the “intellectual dark web,” the sticky neologism that applies to a loosely connected group of professors and podcasters, including Jordan Peterson, Christina Hoff Sommers, and Joe Rogan.The group’s members, first introduced to the mainstream by a 2018 New York Times piece by Bari Weiss, present themselves as self-styled public intellectuals who argue that their values of “reason,” which can easily be interpreted as hate speech, are “under attack” from today’s politically correct attitudes. Daum refers to her “new friends” (which she’s careful to note include a “handful of … [Read more...] about How Did This Liberal Feminist Writer Fall In With The Dark Web?
This year at its WWDC 2019 keynote presentation, Apple unveiled a totally overhauled Mac Pro desktop. This high-end desktop machine refreshes a line that has not seen any new products since 2013 with a new entry featuring powerful internals including an Intel Xeon processor, expandable memory up to 1.5 TBs, and a Radeon Pro 580X graphics card. As rumors over the past few months have suggested, the modular design and spate of expansion slots address the vocal concerns of many creative users at the speed at which increases in the richness of media outpaces the development of newer, higher octane hardware. Specifically, the Mac Pro boasts 8 internal PCI slots: 4 double-wide slots, 3 single-wide slots, and a half-wide slot. On the subject of expansion, while the Mac Pro ships with some top-tier components, not the least of which are an 8-core Intel Xeon CPU and 32GB RAM, the new machine is optimized for the substitution or addition of new memory units and graphics cards to meet the … [Read more...] about The new $6,000 Mac Pro houses some insane power inside its cheese grater design
The new set of EastEnders is finally beginning to take shape- four years after plans were submitted to replace the current one at London's Elstree Studios. Aerial photos show a revamped and HD-ready Albert Square complete with the BBC soap's recognisable terraced houses, block of flats, railway line and the Queen Vic. The replica is already expected to go £27 million over budget - costing around £86.7million in total - and will be completed two-and-half years later than planned. Progress: The new set of EastEnders is finally beginning to take shape- four years after plans were submitted to replace the current one at London's Elstree Studios Huge progress has been made since March, where the plot was almost empty apart from scaffolding and building appliances. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lisa Armstrong looks radiant as she leaves Strictly Come... The Crown: Marital strife, strikes that switched off Britain... I'm A Celebrity... … [Read more...] about First look at EastEnders’ £87million set: Aerial photos show revamped Queen Vic, terraced houses and railway line as all-new Albert Square begins to take shape
By Olasunkanmi Akoni Following the collapse of a building which claimed the lives of a mother, her three children and sister, Lagos State Government, Thursday, marked over 100 buildings for demolition in Magodo area of the state. Recall, tragedy occurred last Saturday after house erected on a hill collapsed on the occupants, killing all of them, at Otun Araromi area of Isheri–Magodo-Isheri. Officials of the Lagos State Building Control Agency, LASBCA, led by the General Manager, Engr. Abiola Kosegbe, while conducting an unscheduled inspection of Otun Araromi area, discovered illegal development in the area, especially Orisha waterfront where the tragedy occurred. It was discovered that some illegal buildings had earlier been marked for demolition in the waterlogged area. According to Kosegbe, “We are just here to take an inventory of everything going on. We are 100 percent sure that majority of properties here don’t have development permit. So, we are going to … [Read more...] about Magodo collapsed building: LASG marks over 100 houses for demolition
At high tide, you might barely know they’re there. But as the water level of the Thames comes and goes twice a day with the tide, the four ghostly heads – and the horses they sit atop – slowly emerge fully into view. The sculpture, entitled The Rising Tide, has been installed near the bankside of Vauxhall bridge and is the work of Jason deCaires Taylor, 41, a British artist best known for creating the world’s first underwater museum in Cancun, then again in the Bahamas. For the past decade, Taylor’s work has been motivated by conservation and redressing climate change, with his underwater museums solely designed to draw divers away from the most fragile and delicate parts of coral reefs. His newest work in the Thames, he says, is no different in its political purpose. “Working in conservation, I am very concerned with all the associated effects of climate change and the state of peril our seas are in at the moment,” said Taylor. “So here … [Read more...] about Underwater sculptures emerge from Thames in climate change protest