Month: July 2021

Princess Caroline’s daughter-in-law Beatrice Borromeo stars in new jewelry campaign

 Beatrice Borromeo  sparkles in Buccellati’s newest campaign. The Capitan Papaia e Greta author stepped into the garden of Lake Como’s Villa Carlotta modeling jewelry pieces from the new “Il Giardino di Buccellati” collection. Princess Caroline’s daughter-in-law was joined by her dear friendLucrezia Buccellati for the campaign shoot.

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Lucrezia Buccellati and Beatrice Borromeo modeled pieces from the ‘Il Giardino di Buccellati’ collection in Lake Como

Buccellati described the two women as “ideal muses to the new one-of-a-kind collection,” noting, “The effortless elegance of two old friends matches the nature-inspired soul of the collection.”

Beatrice was

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Fashion trends fall 2021 Jewelry accessories report earrings necklaces

No outfit is ever complete without the most sublime accessories and this fall they couldn’t be better. To say that jewelry and accessories are basking in the sartorial spotlight, is an understatement. With the ever-present Zoom meeting, we are forced to think about how we look from the shoulders up and how to take our leisurewear up a notch. Designers are not disappointing, by crafting pieces that are bold and show stopping. 

From statement necklaces to stacked rings, next level hoops and ’80s inspired novelties. Choose silver or gold, rhinestones or precious stones, there’s something for everyone. Don’t underestimate the

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Volunteers fill dozens of bags in Lansing litter clean up

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Pollution on Lansing streets has been an eyesore for the community and people are tired of waiting on others to take care of it. Volunteers lined the roads of Martin Luther King Boulevard and filled dozens of bags with trash. Corner Spot, a community group in Lansing, organized the cleanup and plan to do many more.

“We have to show that someone cares if not it just keeps piling up nobody’s doing anything about it,” said volunteer, Leo Mendoza.

“You want to show when people do things wrong we here in Lansing take it on. We

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20 Best Dresses on Amazon That Are Actually Worth It

Looking for the best summer dresses on Amazon to no avail? With all the dress options available on the site, finding the ones worth buying can be quite the challenge – and that’s where this article comes in handy.

Teen Vogue has searched high and low to find the best summer dresses on Amazon that will become your go-tos this season. Whether you plan to have a picnic in the park, head to or host an outdoor movie session, or go to your favorite restaurant with your BFFs, there’s a dress for every occasion. From the TikTok viral cutout dress

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Princess Diana & Kate Middleton Share A Love For Superga Shoes

When it comes to royal style icons, two names that are undeniably up there are The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Diana. Both have helped to define their respective eras in terms of fashion, be it during daily official engagements or more dressed-up evening occasions. Both women also have been known to do casual, laid-back looks with ease, and to wear items from the high street. And their favourite pair of trainers is actually a £55 ’90s classic that still reigns supreme today.

Both Diana and Kate have been fans of Superga’s cool canvas trainers, with the former owning a

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Can Stella McCartney Clean Up Fashion? | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

“We are literally getting away with murder,” Stella McCartney said through her computer screen. A week earlier, she’d delivered this message to a group of the world’s most powerful leaders at the G7 summit in Cornwall, England.

The designer’s pitch was simple: government regulators and policy-makers need to stop giving fashion a pass. Instead, they should treat it like the automotive sector or any other big, heavily polluting industry, with tougher oversight and stronger incentives to reduce environmental impact.

“There needs to be policies set in place to police our industry,” McCartney said. “Certainly the industry has fallen short …

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Poop fairies won’t help, but this bag might

Myble is a rescue and a sweetie, according to her owner, Barbara Radner. But like all dogs, the Chihuahua mix has her needs. When nature calls, the retired DePaul administrator escorts Myble from their home on the 33rd floor of a lakefront condo and down to the street to do her business.

Heading out, Radner snags a WoofPack Dog Walking Accessory Bag. I learned of the product’s existence after my July 15 column about the non-reality of poop monitoring drones. Cook County is not searching for pet waste from the sky, but an Ohio company is selling a tote bag

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Phoenix man sentenced 28 years for attempted Flagstaff jewelry heist | Crime and Courts

“He did not have a lot of upbringing because of the loss of his dad. It still does not make any excuse for what has happened, but all we have to do is have mercy,” she said. “We wanted to let him know that he does have a family who loves him in spite of this.”

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She hoped DeLeon “could find it in her heart” to forgive her nephew, she said.

Land’s attorney, Lindsay Smith, similarly asked Nichols to consider Land’s trauma suffered throughout his childhood and adulthood as mitigating

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Sruli Recht’s Extreme Weather Shoes Tackle Climate Change

Climate change has been a topic of increasing concern for years. As this conversation continues, questions about how humans will adapt to our changing environment have arisen, and Icelandic designer Sruli Recht has designed a number of innovative shoes to combat harsh weather conditions.

The Damage capsule collection boasts “shoes for a post-traumatic future,” and features three unique concepts, tackling everything from extreme flooding to intense heat. Meant for extreme flooding, the Venice Heel comes in high tide and low tide variations, featuring a jade and turquoise marbled design. Functioning as part stilt, the Venice Heel fits over the wearer’s

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Times Fashion Journalists Reflect on Returning to the Runway

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.

The pandemic shook the fashion industry to its core. Stores closed, manufacturing slowed or stopped, companies filed for bankruptcy, and the shows — the grand, crowded celebration of the designs — shifted to virtual moments. But this month in Paris, the haute couture shows were largely back. Celebrities were in the front row. Stilettos clacked. And for the first time in a year and a half, journalists could again experience these creations in the round. Vanessa Friedman, the fashion director

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