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      The Daily Beast

      Sergio Hudson just made his New York Fashion Week debut. He has dressed Michelle Obama, Beyoncé, and Regina King. Now, the designer tells The Daily Beast, “The dream gets bigger.”


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      The Ringer

      What makes a song a “breakup song”? Does it have to be empowering, à la “I Will Survive” or most of the songs on Lemonade? Should it be for the lonely, like Carole King’s “It’s Too Late” or Bob Dylan’s “If You See Her, Say Hello”? Does it have to address the breakup in the lyrics? (Taylor Swift has many entrants in this category, and Marvin Gaye penned an entire album about his divorce.) What about songs with a famous backstory, like “Cry Me a River” or any track off of Rumours?


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      harpersbazaar.com

      The breakout star talks breaking stereotypes and working with the “phenomenal” Zoë Kravitz.


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      The Independant (ireland)

      Denise Chaila. With thanks to Absolute Hotel, Limerick. Pic: Don Moloney


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      Financial Times ($)

      A decade-long bull market can make even the exotic look normal.


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      The Independant (ireland)

      It’s 12.10pm in New York City, and Claire Danes is walking me through her morning.


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      Salon

      TED talker & comedian Maysoon Zayid spoke to Salon about being a “multiple minority” & fighting bullies with jokes


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      The Guardian

      Claire Boucher has spent a decade battling the press to reclaim her reputation. Dating Elon Musk means she’s never been more controversial – but could her new album set her free?


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      dailymail.co.uk

      Who’d have thought that a student show about Henry VIII’s wives would become a global megahit? The two friends who created Six certainly didn’t – and, as they tell Julia Llewellyn Smith, they’re still trying not to lose their heads


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      The Guardian

      Pop’s angry young man Archy Marshall on moving to Cheshire, singing to his daughter and writing his best ever album


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      The Ringer

      No, Grimes did not name her unborn baby War Nymph. Sheesh.


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      The Hindu

      Headlined by the likes of Waris Ahluwalia and Bonnie Wright, the recent Annual Fashion Sustainability Summit brought to the fore innovative solutions like microfibre filters, bio-leather and recyclable shoes


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      dailytelegraph.com.au

      Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ was played so often it was almost annoying. Beyonce was pregnant with twins. TV series Younger was headed into its fourth season. And the internet had just discovered Hilary Duff had quite the body on her.


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      Belfast Telegraph

      We all grew up in Glasgow, but we spent many summers, Easters, New Years and any sort of school holidays that we would have had in Ireland.


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      wheels24.co.za

      IMPPs. If those letters mean anything to you, we’re already on the same page. If not, enjoy this little story because by the end of it I am sure you’re going to relate somewhere along the line about your first car.


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      The Guardian

      Vivienne Westwood has barely taken her coat off and she is already halfway through explaining her plan to save the planet. “I’ve figured it out, you see,” she tells me in her distinctive Alan Bennett-esque tones: dry, quiet, matter-of-fact. Her roadmap to an equitable, sustainable world economy, without private land ownership, is laid out in slogans on a set of playing cards. The idea is to print a million packs to be sold as works of art, for £100 each. “You see, anybody who is prepared to pay £100 for a pack of cards is buying them because of what those cards represent. So if Greenpeace sell hundreds of sets of cards, they are in a position to say, we have hundreds of people supporting us.” She believes this will convince the world’s governments to adopt a new global economic system. “It seems I am the only person who has identified a total strategy and who also has a platform to speak,” she says.


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      The Independant (ireland)

      Michael Flatley (61) likes to claim that he invented a whole new genre of entertainment. The multi-touring Lord of the Dance accounts for a large chunk of the former Riverdance star’s wealth. The former production played to over 50 million people around the world, employing 300 people and earning a 40pc chunk of ticket sales, while also selling merchandise on which margins can be high.


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      geelongadvertiser.com.au

      Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ was played so often it was almost annoying. Beyonce was pregnant with twins. TV series Younger was headed into its fourth season. And the internet had just discovered Hilary Duff had quite the body on her.


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      dailymail.co.uk

      Newlyweds Laura and Hugo were in good company as they also joined songstresses Jessie Ware and Florence Welch


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      Bloomberg

      In 2016, twentysomething Maryellis Bunn co-founded the Museum of Ice Cream within a 5,000-square-foot temporary space in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. It wasn’t a museum in the traditional sense. Instead, attendees paid $18 to dip their toes in a swimming pool filled with plastic sprinkles and walk through a room that smelled like chocolate.


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      abcactionnews.com

      <a href=”http://www.gettyimages.com/license/469640203″>Getty Images | Aaron Davidson</a>


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      Shropshire Star

      The weather outside may have been cold and dreary, but as 2020 began I had a spring in my step.


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      Forbes

      I write about multicultural marketing and its impact on business.


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      opindia.com

      A young professional, educated and raised in the USA, pens down her views towards the RSS; whether she considers RSS regressive due to its policies related to women.


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      ibtimes.com

      KEY POINTSKhloe Kardashian slams online trollsShe has learned to ignore toxic people on social mediaShe is now living the good life with her daughter


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