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Kim Kardashian - Kris Jenner - Keith Urban - Nicole Kidman - Naomi Campbell - Dua Lipa - Anwar Hadid - Christine Quinn - Kim Kardashian has us gasping as she walks star-studded Balenciaga show alongside Naomi Campbell and Nicole Kidman - - France - Paris
Kim Kardashian has us gasping as she walks star-studded Balenciaga show alongside Naomi Campbell and Nicole Kidman
Dua Lipa and actress Nicole Kidman in a cacophony of fashion for our Wednesday.Oh Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn was also in the show.We cannot stress enough that we are gasping at the whole shebang.Kim – who is in Paris with her extraordinarily fashionable nine-year-old North West, and her mum/momager Kris Jenner – has long been a Balenciaga fan, fronting its recent bag campaign, but this couture show takes her involvement to a whole new level.The blonde star wore an extravagant black gown with long sleeve-glove hybrids (totally a thing) as she slowly sauntered through a series of rooms that made up the maze of a runway in the French capital, teaming the dress with black stockings and rather angular heels that’ll have your eye out with one wrong move.It marked just another Balenciaga moment for Kimmy, who caused a stir recently after wrapping herself up like a Balenciaga mummy in bright yellow tape for Paris Fashion Week in March.On hand for moral support from the bleachers, Kardashian matriarch Kris sat opposite Vogue doyenne Anna Wintour on the front row, as her daughter meandered past amid a roll call of who’s who in the entertainment bizz.One Kiss singer Dua, in a canary yellow, one-shoulder dress, glided between the guests, followed by Bella – whose brother Anwar Hadid was recently in a long-term relationship with the pop star – in a green half -mini-skirt.After Bella came Kim, who was followed by Oscar-winning actress Nicole, who looked like something from a picnic table, as she rocked a metallic silver dress we can’t help but compare to tin foil (you can take that as our official fashion police critique) and long black gloves.She sauntered past husband Keith Urban who was sitting in the front row just a few
April Ashley: Inside life of Britain's first transgender pioneer - from slums to Vogue - - Britain - Paris - Morocco
April Ashley: Inside life of Britain's first transgender pioneer - from slums to Vogue
Pride programmes celebrating the LGBT community saw the story of April Ashley told, detailing how she became one of the UK's most prominent transgender equality campaigners.The Extraordinary Life of April Ashley took viewers back to her gritty upbringing in Liverpool's slums, through to starring in films, modelling for British Vogue and her controversial divorce court battle.Ashley, who died last year at the age of 86, became one of the first people in Britain known to have gone through gender reassignment surgery, in what proved to be a painful procedure abroad, after she was outed in the press.The documentary, which aired at 10pm on Monday July 4, was designed to “take the audience inside the intimate reality of the transgender experience” and explored how Ashley “paved the way for future generations of transgender people”, according to Channel 4.April Ashley was a transgender model, dancer, restaurant owner and equalities campaigner who was involved in the landmark divorce trial Corbett v Corbett.Born George Jamieson in Liverpool, Ashley suffered from calcium deficiency during her childhood and required weekly injections at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in the city’s West Derby area.Her obituary in The Telegraph suggests she knew at 15 she wanted to become a woman but signed-up with the Merchant Navy a year later, only to be given an dishonourable discharge after an alleged suicide attempt.At the age of 25, after embarking on a career in Paris as a part of a drag cabaret act, Ashley went to Morocco where she had gender reassignment surgery.She returned to Britain and became a successful fashion model, appearing in British Vogue for which she was photographed by David Bailey.Ashley also won a small role in the '60s
Jessica Biel - Justin Timberlake - Jessica Biel shares Parisian date night photo with Justin Timberlake - 'Take me back' - - Paris - Montana
Jessica Biel shares Parisian date night photo with Justin Timberlake - 'Take me back'
Jessica Biel was dreaming of a vacation gone by and making plans for her family's future when she threw it back on Instagram on Friday. The Candy star posted a snapshot of her and husband, Justin Timberlake, in Paris, posing for a selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower. MORE: Jessica Biel delights fans with photos from Disneyland adventure with son SilasMaking reference to the turmoil in America, she wrote: "You have croissants AND Women’s Rights? Damn, take me back," and added praying hands emojis. WATCH: Jessica Biel undergoes huge transformation to star in Candy The pair are proud parents to two sons, Silas, seven, and Phineas, two, and already made a big move when they left Hollywood for Montana. They sold their luxury LA home for a staggering amount of money and decided to make the countryside their home. MORE: Jessica Biel stuns in white alongside Justin Timberlake for special outingMORE: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are selling their Hollywood Hills homeJessica, Justin and their children have settled at the home they bought back in 2015 at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, a private ski and golf resort that sits on 13,600 acres of land.A post shared by Jessica Biel (@jessicabiel)Jessica wished she was back in Paris with Justin It offers residents 2,900 acres of ski trails and an 18-hole mountain golf course, so there is plenty of outdoor activities for the stars to enjoy with their kids!They are reportedly paying $30,000 a year for the home as per Forbes, after paying a $300,000 membership joining fee for the club. MORE: Justin Timberlake shares jaw-dropping beach photo with wife Jessica BielMORE: Jessica Biel makes surprising confession about family life with Justin Timberlake The family appear to enjoy a more
Mia Khalifa - Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa vows never to set foot on land again after Ibiza boat trip - - Paris - London - Texas - Puerto Rico - Lebanon
Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa vows never to set foot on land again after Ibiza boat trip
Mia Khalifa has vowed to “never” step foot on land ever again.The 29-year-old party girl, who has more than four million Twitter followers, has been living it up in Ibiza this week during a European trip with boyfriend, Puerto Rican singer Jhay Cortez.And most of that holiday has been spent on a boat – which she appears to be enjoying.READ NEXT: Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa delights fans with stunning London rooftop bikini shootThe Lebanese beauty, who studied at the University of Texas, posted several holiday updates on her Instagram stories.One of those showed her wearing a skimpy bikini while eating (what looks like) fruit, with the caption: “Never going back on land, I'm a sailor now”.She also posted a video of herself and Cortez enjoying a sunlight meal on the deck, featuring fresh oysters, pitta bread, a bowl of carrots and a plate of dry-aged meat and bread sticks.She also uploaded a short video of her drinking fresh coconut milk straight out of a coconut, with a straw.While in Europe she Mia made sure to tick off all of the continent's top destinations, taking in Paris, London and now sunnier climes down south on the party islandThe pair have been snapped in the last few days on a luxury boat journey, also spending time zooming about on jet skis and even doing a spot of scuba diving."Boat boy now," Khalifa said of her partner as they lounged on a yacht. She also grinned as he spun about in the water on one of the high-powered jet skis.It comes after the model spent last week sharing with her 28 million Instagram followers clips of London's famous sights, on the first leg of her jaunt around Europe.Having delighted her fans by announcing her arrival with a racy rooftop bikini photoshoot in front of the St.
Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in July 2022 - - France - Paris - Italy - Mongolia
Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in July 2022
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Cate Le-Bon - Courtney Barnett - Courtney Barnett, Animal Collective and many more announced for Pitchfork Music Festival London - - Britain - Paris - Berlin
Courtney Barnett, Animal Collective and many more announced for Pitchfork Music Festival London
Courtney Barnett and Animal Collective are among the leading names in the first wave of acts to be announced for Pitchfork Music Festival London 2022.The event will return for its second London edition from November 9-13 and will take places in a number of London venues, including The Roundhouse and EartH.Over 50 artists will perform during the five days of Pitchfork Music Festival London 2022, including the aforementioned Barnett and Animal Collective.Faye Webster, Jenny Hval, Cate Le Bon, Desire, William Basinski, Injury Reserve, KOKOKO!, Dehd, Anjimile, Big Joanie, Club Intl, Billy Woods, Girlpool, Lyra Pramuk, Sister Ray, Léa Sen, They Hate Change, Jordana, Marina Herlop, Lido Pimienta, Fake Fruit, Guerilla Toss and Johanna Warren will also perform during this year’s event series.More acts will be announced for Pitchfork Music Festival London 2022 in the coming weeks and months.Tickets for each Pitchfork Music Festival London event will be sold separately, with general sale beginning tomorrow (July 1) at 10am from here.“We’re thrilled to be today announcing our first incredible artists for the second Pitchfork Festival London – and to be part of a growing family of events now in Paris and Berlin in the same period,” Dan Monsell, Co-Managing Director at the festival’s promoters FORM Concerts, said in a statement.“We were blown away by the reception to the launch of Pitchfork Festival in the UK last year, and we can’t wait to develop the event into its second year.
Paris is the capital and most populous city of France, with a population of 2,148,271 residents (official estimate, 1 January 2020) in an area of 105 square kilometres (41 square miles). Since the 17th century, Paris has been one of Europe's major centres of finance, diplomacy, commerce, fashion, science and arts. The City of Paris is the centre and seat of government of the Île-de-France, or Paris Region, which has an estimated official 2020 population of 12,278,210, or about 18 percent of the population of France. The Paris Region had a GDP of €709 billion ($808 billion) in 2017. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit Worldwide Cost of Living Survey in 2018, Paris was the second most expensive city in the world, after Singapore, and ahead of Zürich, Hong Kong, Oslo and Geneva. Another source ranked Paris as most expensive, on a par with Singapore and Hong Kong, in 2018.