Zara Pulls Shirt Resembling ‘star Of David’ –

She struggled with depression for many years and committed suicide in 2007 while she was stricken with ovarian cancer. British supermodel Naomi Campbell was sentenced to a week of community service with the New York City Sanitation Department in 2007 after being convicted for throwing a cell phone at her housekeeper so hard that the woman required stitches. But mopping floors and picking up trash did not stop her from getting a case of air rage a couple of years later , which got her banned from British Airways and another 200 hours of community service and fines ordered by a British court. In 2005, supermodel Kate Moss was in the papers , but not because of the clothes she was wearing. Photos were published in The Daily Mirror showing her apparently snorting cocaine. She was not charged with drug offenses, because of weak prospects for a conviction, but she was swiftly dropped from many advertising contracts.

Fashion Retailer Zara Pulls Kids Shirt Resembling Concentration Camp Uniform : The Two-Way : NPR hide caption itoggle caption The clothing retail giant Zara is apologizing and has pulled a kids’ shirt from its stores after hearing complaints that it resembled the uniform worn by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. In a tweet, Zara said the shirt was “inspired by the sheriff’s stars from the Classic Western films.” Reporting from Spain’s Canary Islands, Lauren Frayer tells our Newscast unit that this isn’t the first time the Spanish retailer has gotten into trouble. She filed this report: “The shirt in question is navy and white striped, with a big gold star on the chest. Zara sold it online in several countries, including Israel. “The company called it a ‘sheriff shirt’ for kids.

Online fashion retailer Zalando gets makeover as eyes listing – Yahoo News

The dust from has settled, and this weekend the inaugural Fashion Meets Music Festival takes place at dozens of venues in the Arena District and Short North. While Kelly was dropped from the festival lineup following outrage over his controversial history fantasia hairstyles with underage girls, there are still plenty of acts to check out. Destinys Child alumna Michelle Williams, whose new gospel album, Journey to Freedom, comes out on Sept. 9, and Columbus favorite jam band O.A.R., will lead a diverse line-up of more than 120 local and national music acts (including dozens of free outdoor performances). Here are five additional acts you wont want to miss at FMMF. Angela Perley & The Howlin Moons The Columbus bands Americana and country-tinged rock is infectious and best observed live (one reason the group was named an Alive 2014 Bands to Watch). Fans of Lydia Loveless, Grace Potter, Patty Griffin and the like will appreciate the bands latest album, Hey Kid, which delivers several surefire crowd-pleasers, including Athens, (inspired by her student years at Ohio University), and Hurricane, in which she purrs, over a stomping beat, Take the truth for what it is.

Fashion was fine at the Emmys but look out for Lizzy Caplan’s train – LA Times

At the German retailer’s first-ever news conference, in a converted industrial building in trendy east Berlin, its three management board members said the start-up launched in a basement just six years ago was now growing up. “Zalando is entering a new phase,” said co-founder David Schneider. “Today we have one of the largest and most sophisticated warehouses across Europe. We could easily double our sales volume and not see such a problem.” Zalando is set to announce in the first half of September the listing of a 15 percent stake that could value the company at about 6 billion euros (4.76 billion pounds) in one of Germany’s biggest tech flotations for years, sources have told Reuters. The Zalando team declined to comment on speculation of an initial public offering (IPO) on Thursday, with board member Ruben Ritter sticking to the standard line that a listing remained an option for the company.

Fashion Meets Music Festival preview | Columbus Alive

The train on Lizzy Caplan’s lovely Emmys gown was a tripping hazard. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times) Lizzy Caplan’s train was a tripping hazard at Emmys Governors’ Ball Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kerry Washington were among the style winners at the Emmys Waas Nicki Minaj’s wardrobe malfunction at the VMAs on purpose? Fashion was in top form at the 66th Primetime Emmys on Monday, writes fashion critic Booth Moore. Lizzy Caplan in her sweeping back-and-white gown from Donna Karan Atelier, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera, Michelle Dockery in Rosie Assoulin and Kerry Washington in Prada were among the style winners. [Los Angeles Times] 8 But Lena Dunham wilted in her cotton-candy confection, and she along with Julia Roberts, Kristen Wiig and a few others didn’t quite pull off the looks they may have hoped for. [Los Angeles Times] Meanwhile, back to Lizzy Caplan’s gown. It was stunning, but party-goers at the Governors’ Ball after the awards ceremony kept stopping short to avoid tripping over it, Ellen Olivier at Society News LA reports.


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