Month: December 2021

Sophie Wessex makes a chic statement with leopard print accessories on Christmas Day

Danielle Stacey

The Countess of Wessex stepped out in a chic ensemble to attend a church service in Windsor on Christmas Day.

Sophie, 56, wrapped up against the December chill in a navy fit and flare coat with matching heels, but it was her accessories that made a statement.

The Countess completed her ensemble with a leopard print beret-style hat and a matching clutch bag.

RELATED: Prince Charles and Camilla joined by the Wessexes

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Kyler Murray has Arizona Cardinals O-line playing golf in style with custom clubs, bags

Though the Arizona Cardinals hope to have the shortest offseason of any NFL team by going to the Super Bowl, there will still be plenty of time for the team to work on their golf game until training camp. 

And Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is making sure his offensive line hits the links in style. 

For Christmas, Murray bought each member of the Cardinals’ O-line customized white leather golf bags and a set of custom-fit clubs from True Spec Golf. The bags each have the players’ names and numbers printed on the front in Cardinals red.  Videos posted to social

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Azur Is Redefining “French Girl Style” With Its Plant-Dyed, Pleated Dresses

It may come as a surprise that, until a few years ago, Lisa Favreau and Lisa Guedel-Dolle—the French designers behind Azur’s collection of pleated, plant-dyed silks—did not yet know that coreopsis flowers would yield a hushed golden hue, or that St. John’s wort powder could create both a vivid pistachio and deep olive green. “It’s a bit like cooking,” Favreau says over the phone from their studio in Marseille, where the thirty-something duo has taught themselves how to achieve the one-of-a-kind shades that have become their calling card.

Photo: Pierre Girardin 

Since launching in 2018, Azur has quietly been redefining

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How fashion mogul Peter Nygard’s sons helped his alleged sexual assault victims

When supermodel Beverly Peele’s son Trey Peele was 11, his mother told him something shocking about his father.

The sexual encounter she had had a decade prior with fashion mogul Peter Nygard that led to his birth was not consensual, she said. Nygard had raped her, according to Beverly Peele.

It was a secret she had kept from almost everyone else. In 2020, as other allegations of sexual misconduct mounted against Nygard, Trey Peele urged her to go public with it.

“I was like, ‘Mom, we need to speak up about it,’” Trey Peele, now 18, told “Dateline NBC” in

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Six gaming accessories on sale at Amazon

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The perfect headsets, controllers and more, on sale at Amazon.

Were you one of the lucky people who discovered a shiny new video game console under the tree? Or maybe you received some gift cards that you’ve earmarked to help supplement the system you already own. In any case, we’re for anybody and everybody who’s on the hunt for gaming accessories, with smart picks from Amazon — all on sale —that will make your play experience so much better.

While you’ll

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7-year-old boy forgoes Christmas gifts, makes bags for homeless people in Cincinnati

A 7-year-old Cincinnati boy opted to forgo Christmas gifts this year, instead giving to homeless people in the city.On Thursday afternoon, 7-year-old Callen dropped off 30 bags to Cincinnati Police Department’s District One. Watch his interview in the video player above, provided by the Cincinnati Police Department.Callen, whose father is a dispatcher with the city, decided to forgo Christmas gifts, opting instead to use the money to make bags filled with blankets, toiletries, water and food to distribute across the city. “Callen’s dad, he’s a dispatcher with the city. He contacted our unit to see how he could go about … Read More

‘and Just Like That’ Costume Designers Say Carrie Bradshaw Dress Was $5

  • The costume designers behind “And Just Like That” say Carrie Bradshaw’s viral maxi dress cost $5.
  • Images of the dress circulated in August during filming and fans mistook it for a Forever 21 piece.
  • Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago told Page Six the dress was an old, secondhand find.

A dress worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in the “Sex and the City” reboot, “And Just Like That,” has been identified by the HBO Max show’s costume designers as a $5 secondhand piece, according to Page Six. 

Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago told the publication’s Hannah Southwick

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Man charged in 2012 Greenwood jewelry store burglary

Osneil Labrada-Guillen was released from a Georgia prison last week, serving time for stealing $1.6 million worth of jewelry at a store.

GREENWOOD, Ind. — A man who police said stole $500,000 worth of jewelry is now in the Johnson County Jail, more than nine years after the alleged heist happened.

Johnson County deputies traveled to Georgia to arrest 36-year-old Osneil Labrada-Guillen, who is facing charges of burglary at the the McGee & Co. Fine Jewelers store in Greenwood in 2012.

The store’s owner said the stolen items included a 1964 Gents Stainless Rolex, 1975 Perpetual Date Rolex, chain bracelet

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The Running Event Recap: Best Shoes for 2022

We recently traveled to Austin, Texas, for The Running Event, an annual running-specific conference and trade show, to check out what’s in store for 2022. And this year did not disappoint!

With the 2019 event being canceled due to COVID-19, brands this winter were excited to show off what’s to come in 2022. And based on what we saw, the running industry has been hard at work. This year was by far one of the more exciting shows.

The underlying theme was carbon fiber, with new carbon fiber

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The State of Fashion 2022: Global Gains Mask Recovery Pains

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With much of the world under Covid-19-related restrictions through 2020 and 2021, the global fashion industry has faced exceptionally challenging conditions. But after nearly two years of disruption, the industry is beginning to find its feet again.

Despite ongoing headwinds, there were signs by mid-2021 that things were taking a turn for the better, particularly in markets where vaccination rates were high. In the US, the release of pent-up demand created spikes of so-called “revenge buying,” leading to a growth spurt that echoed an earlier phenomenon in China.

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