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22 May 19
Mike's Game Store

Life is Strange: Before the Storm coming soon to macOS and Linux Bonus Episode ‘Farewell’ out now Experience Max and Chloe’s childhood friendship in Farewell the bonus episode to Life is Strange Before the Storm. Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle reprise their roles in an emotional and nostalgic trip down memory lane. ‘Farewell’ Bonus Episode […]

22 May 19
The Apocalyptic Revolutionary

The turn to neoliberalism, aided by Sharp’s politics of nonviolent action, has produced the “State decentralization” Sharp favored. In practice, this has meant deregulation of industry, privatization of public assets, deep tax cuts for the wealthiest, austerity for the rest. But tellingly, and perhaps somewhat tragically, it takes only a quick glance at the news to recognize it is very hard to argue that neoliberal hegemony has produced, as Sharp hoped it would, more democracy, more freedom, or more peace.

21 May 19
The Irish Sun
WE never thought that we would see the day when the Duchess of Cambridge hung up her prim dresses in favour of on-trend culottes and trainers. Kate has had a style overhaul this year, with the 37-year-old opting for more stylish brands and age-appropriate outfits. HRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending the BAFTAs 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall in London This week alone, Kate scored a sartorial hat-trick, stepping out in three fashion-forward looks that have grabbed our attention. She unveiled her new, on-trend wardrobe at the Chelsea Flower Show in London – which included several pieces from the high street. Perhaps having former actress Meghan Markle snapping at her L.K. Bennett heels encouraged Kate to spring clean her style. And with Duchess of Sussex tucked away with newborn Archie, now is the perfect opportunity for Kate to claw back the spotlight from the glamorous actress. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months… and the lowdown on the woman responsible. February 27 Kate Middleton at the Empire Music Hall, Belfast The Duchess opted for this green metallic, lurex dress from Italian label Missoni to visit Northern Ireland. While pleats are a classic look, we loved the mermaid-inspired design. It was miles apart from Kate’s old tailored twinsets. March 12 The Duchess of Cambridge at Henry Fawcett Children’s Society The purple £800 Gucci blouse caused shockwaves – partly as Kate purposely wore it backwards. She ditched her usual skinny jeans in favour of wide-leg trousers and accessorised with a handbag instead of clutch. May 7 Kate at the King’s Cup Charity Regatta, South East London She dressed up as a sailor for a sailing event and it worked. The wide-leg trousers made another welcome appearance and she even substituted her beloved courts for trendy block heels. May 14 Duchess’ D-Day exhibition, Bletchley Park look Polka dots are hot this season, but critics argued the knee-high split was unseemly. Kate happily sported the £1,750 Alessandra Rich dress after Meghan’s actress pal Abigail Spencer wore it to the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding last year. May 19 The Duchess holding Prince George’s hand with Prince William, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis closely behind at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate usually sticks to upmarket brands but the floral frock she wore to unveil a garden she co-designed cost just £89 from high street store & Other Stories. It has since sold out, with savvy shoppers flogging it for up to £375 on eBay. May 20 Kate Middleton in her second floral frock at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate tapped straight into this season’s prairie trend with this £2,500 floral-print dress by the Canadian designer Erdem. She teamed it with on-trend espadrille wedges and her usual bouncy blow-dry was replaced with a bohemian ’do. Another great look on Kate at the Chelsea Flower Show It was another wardrobe win for Kate on Monday when she sported £69.95 brown culottes by Spanish label Massimo Dutti. She teamed them with a £255 broderie anglaise blouse by Brit brand M.I.H and £50 Superga trainers. What she used to wear Kate Middleton in November 2018 at the UCL Developmental Neuroscience Lab, London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (front) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave Westminster Abbey, London, after attending a National Service to mark the centenary of the Armistice last year Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge at last year’s Christmas party at Kensington Palace for families and children of deployed personnel from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham serving in Cyprus [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]   [bc_video video_id=”6039251212001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Prince George rates Kate Middleton’s Chelsea Flower Show garden 20 out of 10 in adorable Kensington Palace clip”]
21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
WE never thought that we would see the day when the Duchess of Cambridge hung up her prim dresses in favour of on-trend culottes and trainers. Kate has had a style overhaul this year, with the 37-year-old opting for more stylish brands and age-appropriate outfits. HRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending the BAFTAs 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall in London This week alone, Kate scored a sartorial hat-trick, stepping out in three fashion-forward looks that have grabbed our attention. She unveiled her new, on-trend wardrobe at the Chelsea Flower Show in London – which included several pieces from the high street. Perhaps having former actress Meghan Markle snapping at her L.K. Bennett heels encouraged Kate to spring clean her style. And with Duchess of Sussex tucked away with newborn Archie, now is the perfect opportunity for Kate to claw back the spotlight from the glamorous actress. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months… and the lowdown on the woman responsible. February 27 Kate Middleton at the Empire Music Hall, Belfast The Duchess opted for this green metallic, lurex dress from Italian label Missoni to visit Northern Ireland. While pleats are a classic look, we loved the mermaid-inspired design. It was miles apart from Kate’s old tailored twinsets. March 12 The Duchess of Cambridge at Henry Fawcett Children’s Society The purple £800 Gucci blouse caused shockwaves – partly as Kate purposely wore it backwards. She ditched her usual skinny jeans in favour of wide-leg trousers and accessorised with a handbag instead of clutch. May 7 Kate at the King’s Cup Charity Regatta, South East London She dressed up as a sailor for a sailing event and it worked. The wide-leg trousers made another welcome appearance and she even substituted her beloved courts for trendy block heels. May 14 Duchess’ D-Day exhibition, Bletchley Park look Polka dots are hot this season, but critics argued the knee-high split was unseemly. Kate happily sported the £1,750 Alessandra Rich dress after Meghan’s actress pal Abigail Spencer wore it to the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding last year. May 19 The Duchess holding Prince George’s hand with Prince William, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis closely behind at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate usually sticks to upmarket brands but the floral frock she wore to unveil a garden she co-designed cost just £89 from high street store & Other Stories. It has since sold out, with savvy shoppers flogging it for up to £375 on eBay. May 20 Kate Middleton in her second floral frock at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate tapped straight into this season’s prairie trend with this £2,500 floral-print dress by the Canadian designer Erdem. She teamed it with on-trend espadrille wedges and her usual bouncy blow-dry was replaced with a bohemian ’do. Another great look on Kate at the Chelsea Flower Show It was another wardrobe win for Kate on Monday when she sported £69.95 brown culottes by Spanish label Massimo Dutti. She teamed them with a £255 broderie anglaise blouse by Brit brand M.I.H and £50 Superga trainers. What she used to wear Kate Middleton in November 2018 at the UCL Developmental Neuroscience Lab, London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (front) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave Westminster Abbey, London, after attending a National Service to mark the centenary of the Armistice last year Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge at last year’s Christmas party at Kensington Palace for families and children of deployed personnel from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham serving in Cyprus [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]   [bc_video video_id=”6039251212001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Prince George rates Kate Middleton’s Chelsea Flower Show garden 20 out of 10 in adorable Kensington Palace clip”]
21 May 19
The Sun
WE never thought that we would see the day when the Duchess of Cambridge hung up her prim dresses in favour of on-trend culottes and trainers. Kate has had a style overhaul this year, with the 37-year-old opting for more stylish brands and age-appropriate outfits. HRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending the BAFTAs 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall in London This week alone, Kate scored a sartorial hat-trick, stepping out in three fashion-forward looks that have grabbed our attention. She unveiled her new, on-trend wardrobe at the Chelsea Flower Show in London – which included several pieces from the high street. Perhaps having former actress Meghan Markle snapping at her L.K. Bennett heels encouraged Kate to spring clean her style. And with Duchess of Sussex tucked away with newborn Archie, now is the perfect opportunity for Kate to claw back the spotlight from the glamorous actress. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months. Here, Fashion Editor Gabriele Dirvanauskas gives her verdict on some of Kate’s most eye-catching outfits from the past five months… and the lowdown on the woman responsible. February 27 Kate Middleton at the Empire Music Hall, Belfast The Duchess opted for this green metallic, lurex dress from Italian label Missoni to visit Northern Ireland. While pleats are a classic look, we loved the mermaid-inspired design. It was miles apart from Kate’s old tailored twinsets. March 12 The Duchess of Cambridge at Henry Fawcett Children’s Society The purple £800 Gucci blouse caused shockwaves – partly as Kate purposely wore it backwards. She ditched her usual skinny jeans in favour of wide-leg trousers and accessorised with a handbag instead of clutch. May 7 Kate at the King’s Cup Charity Regatta, South East London She dressed up as a sailor for a sailing event and it worked. The wide-leg trousers made another welcome appearance and she even substituted her beloved courts for trendy block heels. May 14 Duchess’ D-Day exhibition, Bletchley Park look Polka dots are hot this season, but critics argued the knee-high split was unseemly. Kate happily sported the £1,750 Alessandra Rich dress after Meghan’s actress pal Abigail Spencer wore it to the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding last year. May 19 The Duchess holding Prince George’s hand with Prince William, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis closely behind at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate usually sticks to upmarket brands but the floral frock she wore to unveil a garden she co-designed cost just £89 from high street store & Other Stories. It has since sold out, with savvy shoppers flogging it for up to £375 on eBay. May 20 Kate Middleton in her second floral frock at the Chelsea Flower Show Kate tapped straight into this season’s prairie trend with this £2,500 floral-print dress by the Canadian designer Erdem. She teamed it with on-trend espadrille wedges and her usual bouncy blow-dry was replaced with a bohemian ’do. Another great look on Kate at the Chelsea Flower Show It was another wardrobe win for Kate on Monday when she sported £69.95 brown culottes by Spanish label Massimo Dutti. She teamed them with a £255 broderie anglaise blouse by Brit brand M.I.H and £50 Superga trainers. What she used to wear Kate Middleton in November 2018 at the UCL Developmental Neuroscience Lab, London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (front) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave Westminster Abbey, London, after attending a National Service to mark the centenary of the Armistice last year Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge at last year’s Christmas party at Kensington Palace for families and children of deployed personnel from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham serving in Cyprus [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]   [bc_video video_id=”6039251212001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Prince George rates Kate Middleton’s Chelsea Flower Show garden 20 out of 10 in adorable Kensington Palace clip”]