Jean Paul Gaultier

21 May 19

Jock awoke, his eyes feeling a heaviness akin to the weight of Homer’s Odyssey, War and Peace and a complete works of Shakespeare combined (both in physical weight and in weight of textual importance). The view of his Terrence Malick posters took a few seconds to stabilise in his vision. He attempted to cast his […]

21 May 19
Luxury is a 360 degrees business & lifestyle

Feathers represent honor, sophistication, royalty, elegance … feathers seduce …

21 May 19
babygirl

NUDE SHADES mixed with FLUORESCENT  Insomma le tendenze per quest’estate (forse vicina) non saranno di certo delle novità. Ormai le tonalità che richiamano il colore della pelle umana sono tra le tonalità più in voga dagli anni 2000 (ricordiamo la corsetteria di Jean Paul Gaultier), molte sono le sfumature nei ”nude”: peach (più aranciato), cipria(più marrone), pelle […]

21 May 19
World Traveller Middle East

Home to café-lined boulevards, vibrant culture and fabulous food, the City of Lights is in a league of its own

20 May 19
Sneaker News
SPONSORED BY Photography: Chris Callaway As spring gives way to summer and temperatures around the country begin to climb slowly but surely, it’s time to take stock of your footwear rotation and ensure it’s up to date with what’s moving in this fast-paced world. The gradual melding of sneakers and luxury that’s been occurring over the last few years is now complete, with the streets and the runway having become one and the same. You can — and should — keep it luxurious this season. Thankfully, all that calls for is some great shoes. This summer, that fusion of worlds is best encapsulated by a trio of categories. From Kanye West’s adidas Yeezy line, one of the first comprehensive partnerships to boldly add sneakers into the high-end lexicon, to emerging designers from locales as far-flung as LA to New York and London, plus core skate footwear that’s been altered by prestigious houses, there’s something for everyone here. We’ve carefully curated a selection of shoes that fall into this triumphant trio of categories — all of which are available now on eBay, where you can unearth whatever you may need for your solstice wardrobe. Air Fear Of God 1 Raid Jerry Lorenzo Shop Now New Balance 997 Aimé Leon Dore Shop Now ASICS GEL Delva 1 Kiko Kostadinov Shop Now Emerging Designers While the pantheon of fashion houses will always dictate the swift movements of the tide, it’s the new school of emerging designers that are inventing potent micro-trends within the currents. We’ve seen a growing trend of footwear collaborations with the up-and-coming designers of the world, and we’re glad it’s not stopping. Labels like Fear Of God really splashed into the sneaker scene with their thorough basketball-themed capsule with Nike, while NYC born-and-bred Teddy Santis of Aimé Leon Dore has gone on to execute needle-moving drops that have set the table for follow-up projects. Even Kiko Kostadinov is flipping performance-ready ASICS models into must-have pieces for sartorialists. Nike Air Fear Of God 1 Raid Jerry Lorenzo Jean Paul Gaultier Vans/Supreme Shop Now Comme des Garçons CDG Vans Shop Now Karl Lagerfeld Vans Shop Now Off The Wall Luxury sneakers can make a statement without the need for bulky dimensions and garish detailing. Californian skate lifestyle brand Vans has been the go-to partner when it comes to creating bold yet tasteful products. There’s no brand like Vans when it comes to the diversity collaborative partners. Their immutable momentum within the world of luxury has produced some notable releases over the years; the tributary collection to fashion great Karl Lagerfeld comes to mind due to his unfortunate passing, an attractive all-over-print by Comme des Garçons CDG brought some street to the Japanese label, and the ushering in of Jean Paul Gaultier thanks to long-time cohort Supreme certainly raised the stakes. Era Pro by Supreme and Jean Paul Gaultier Clay Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Shop Now Hyperspace Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Shop Now TRFRM Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Shop Now Sunday Service The name of Kanye West simply cannot be excluded when discussing luxury sneakers. Despite his ever-broadening portfolio, his unrelenting focus on his Yeezy footwear has validated his influence. As one of the most popular and coveted sneakers on the market, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 truly needs no introduction at this point. However, this impressive trio of colorways had footwear fashionistas talking as these three earth-toned hues were dropped all in one month, with each releasing in select regions across the globe. True Yeezy fans couldn’t settle for less than the entire set. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Clay” Kanye West
20 May 19
The Sun
DARE to Dream? I wouldn’t, not after some of the things we saw and heard in Tel Aviv on Saturday night. Starting with anti-capitalist thrash metal, from those Icelandic sex gimps, but also including the swaying Australian pencil gonks and the very large French ballerina, Cargo Fonteyn, who I thought was going to be the most right-on gesture of the evening. Graham Norton reserved particular venom for the Slovenian ‘Avatars’, Zala Kralj and Gasper Santi. Until we met Bilal Hassani’s other dancer, who turned out to be deaf. The luckiest woman in the building, as it transpired, at Eurovision 2019, which proved to be a song contest of two halves. The very best light entertainment of the television week. And also the very worst. It set off at a cracking pace, though, with “The Albanian Kirstie Allsopp”, the Icelandic sex gimps and Serhat, a dentist from San Marino, who wrote his song in five minutes (“And spent the other four shaving his head”), all getting what they deserved from commentator Graham Norton, who reserved particular venom for the Slovenian “Avatars”, Zala Kralj and Gasper Santi. “Romantic or creepy, you decide.” Three very unsettling minutes later . . .  “Creepy, I’ve decided. Free the Slovenian one.” Madonna very clearly thought she was doing Eurovision a massive favour just by turning up The four pretty awful Israeli hosts weren’t safe from Norton either. Particularly not model Bar Refaeli, who was on the sharp end of it when she asked an extremely “relaxed-looking” Jean Paul Gaultier, backstage, what he looked for in a muse. “She ’az to ’ave person-al-ity.” “Well don’t go looking for it in Bar then.” We had hosts, acts and commentator all working in perfect disharmony, in other words, and, if you’d asked me just before half time, I’d have placed a lot of money on it being a vintage Eurovision Song Contest. Starting with anti-capitalist thrash metal, from those Icelandic sex gimps, You may have your own reasons why those bets were abandoned long before that dreary entry from The Netherlands was declared the winner, including excessive running time, the whiff of voting foul play from the usual Greek/Cypriot suspects, and Britain’s Michael Rice finishing last, but I’m pinning it all on the half-time turn, Madonna. She very clearly thought she was doing Eurovision a massive favour just by turning up.We just as clearly could hear it was actually Eurovision which was doing Madonna the service, even if they had forgotten to fit her a chairlift. Or an auto-tuner. Or bothered checking to see if she was secretly working as part of a Hamas sleeper cell. Because, in all my long years of watching and enjoying this barmy old event, I have never seen someone suck so much life from the room. Audience and viewers were both gone in the space of ten minutes. So too was Graham Norton, who might not have had his chat show booker’s head on, but he certainly spared her blushes, made no reference to the fruit ’n’ nutcase music and didn’t even point out Madonna’s parting “WAKE UP” shot was pretty wishful thinking having comatosed half the continent. Graham Norton made no reference to Madonna’s fruit ’n’ nutcase music A shame. An event like Eurovision needs him to apply the same levels of brutality to everyone who deserves them, including superstars and the 41 exhibitionist berks from the national voting juries who try to make the night all about them. By the time the evening got round to that point, though, Norton was either too tired or too busy belly-aching about the night’s big casualty. “Oh that’s got to hurt. “That’s awful. Our hearts go out to Michael.” Michael? Michael will be fine. It’s the mad old American bat who you thought had “conjunctivitis” who’s really screwed. [boxout headline=”Piers on body positivity”] GOOD Morning Britain, Piers Morgan on THAT magazine front cover: “To put it in context, she’s 100lb heavier than me and she’s 11 inches smaller. And that’s a body- positive image?” No, that’s Mikumi, Whipsnade Zoo’s white rhino. [/boxout] Years a real PC plodder ANOTHER reason for Line Of Duty’s incredible popularity? It didn’t despise more than half its potential audience. Something you’d think would be the default setting of most mainstream TV drama. The only people who don’t fulfil the usual PC criteria, in fact, are the exclusively white members of a right-wing populist movement, led by Emma Thompson But it’s the exact opposite, as you’ll have discovered if you watched BBC1’s Years And Years, which, according to Auntie’s continuity moron, was “written by the modern- day genius that is Russell T Davies”, who’s caught here somewhere between Doctor Who and Queer As Folk, while probably wishing he’d written Our Friends In The North. So we’re vaulted into the near future with a bunch of insufferable heart-bleeders called the Lyons family, who’ve ticked every box in the Beeb’s manual, mixed race, disabled, gay, “trans-human”, and like to appear concerned about Palestine, poverty and a bunch of freshly-arrived Ukrainian refugees, who look about as Ukrainian as the front three floats at the Rio carnival. The only people who don’t fulfil the usual PC criteria, in fact, are the exclusively white members of a right-wing populist movement, led by Emma Thompson, who plays the role of Viv Rook with a northern, working-class accent, just to put as much distance as possible between herself and her character. Whether you think she’s the smuggest hypocrite on the planet, though, she’s really good and very occasionally Years And Years’ dialogue absolutely sings. The actress plays the role of Viv Rook with a northern, working-class accent – just to put as much distance as possible between herself and her character Most of the first episode, though, Davies was just parading his own political prejudices and engaging in BBC wish fulfilment as he torpedoed us through the years 2019 to 2024. So the bad news was that (who else) Donald Trump started a nuclear war with China. The even worse news? Have I Got News For You still seems to be going in 2023. Roll on Armageddon. [boxout headline=”Great sporting insights”]Clinton Morrison: “Berardi lost his head in a split second in five seconds.” Ian Wright: “Zaha was literally uncatchable, until he was caught.” Tim Sherwood: “You knew the goal was going to come, but you just didn’t expect it.” (Compiled by Graham Wray). [/boxout] Glad GoT didn’t dragon GAME Of Thrones was a brilliantly imaginative, daring, funny, stylish, mood-capturing television production which arguably changed the face of TV for the better. But the greatest television show of all time? Do me a favour. It’s not even the best show currently on Sky Atlantic (see Chernobyl). Show bosses definitely had the good sense to make its exit while the going is still good and left most of the audience wanting more A purely personal opinion, obviously, that I’ll happily admit owes a lot to my own staggering lack of imagination and the presence of dragons, which stopped me ever giving too much of a toss over who sat on the Iron Throne. It’s also down to the mixed quality of the writing, particularly in this disappointing last series, and the acting. Because although there were lots of great performances, like Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont, the dispensable nature of the cast meant none of them were towering, quite a few of them were awful (Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth) and the main protagonist, Jon Snow, wore the same slightly aghast expression for the duration. It’s debatable how well GoT will age as well. It has, though, definitely had the good sense to make its exit while the going is still good and left most of the audience wanting more. It’s debatable how well GoT will age And should they ever want to watch the greatest TV show of all time again, they can simply type those 11 letters into their Sky planner: The Sopranos. Random TV irritations Every bandwagon-jumping, attention-seeker in the country calling for Love Island to be axed. The very next middle-class t**t who tells me “you must love Fleabag.” (I don’t). The meerkat advert version of Don’t Rain On My Parade making me long for species extinction. The absolute PC scandal of Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley beating Bros: After The Screaming Stops at the Baftas. And king of the luvvies, Benedict Cumberbatch, telling the same gathering: “I breathe rarified air.” By which I think he means: “I wear fancy dress and pretend to be other people, for a living.” Quiz show doughnuts of the week The Chase, Bradley Walsh: “La Tasca is a restaurant chain specialising in food from what European country?” Bradley Walsh saw contestants get their answers horribly wrong Martin: “Scotland.” Bradley Walsh: “In which sitcom did Hilary Minster play General von Kilnkerhoffen?” Nikki: “Emmerdale.” Tipping Point, Ben Shephard: “The actress who won Olivier awards for Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd and Gypsy is Imelda what?” Natasha: “Helena Bonham Carter.” And Ben Shephard: “Students and graduates of which prestigious American university are known as Princetonians?” Betty: “Harvard.” (All contributions gratefully received.) [boxout headline=”Telly quiz”]TELLY quiz. Who said the following, on Friday: “Comedy can’t exist in a vacuum. Something has to happen for something to be funny.”? A) The presenter of John Bishop’s Ireland. B) Every single viewer of John Bishop’s Ireland. C) Probably both. [/boxout] TV gold Stephen Graham’s disturbingly good performance on Channel 4’s The Virtues. Stephen’s performance in Channel 4’s The Virtues is great Kenneth Cranham, Alex Norton, Timothy Spall and the cast of Hatton Garden, who are the creme de la crematorium. BBC2’s Thatcher – A Very British Revolution. GMB’s Piers Morgan hitting Susanna Reid with the coffee-spluttering accusation: “You shat fame me every day.” And Sky Atlantic’s Chernobyl, which is horrifyingly brilliant in every single detail, right down to the blood-red splurge all over “Mikhail Gorbachev’s” head. (Tonight, Sky Atlantic, 9pm). [boxout headline=”Great TV lies and delusions of the week “]GREAT TV lies and delusions of the week. Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan: “I don’t go home and eat cakes.” Saving Britain’s Hedgehogs, Steve Backshall: “In the next hour, my hardman image is under threat.” (What hardman image?) And EastEnders, Sean Slater: “Ten years and it hasn’t changed a bit. Sill absolute misery.” Try 34 years. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN OPINION” posts_category=”317″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] lookalikes Rylan looks like the bloke from the Aviva advert THIS week’s winner is Rylan Clark-Neal and the bloke from the Aviva advert. Sent in by Billy Bentley, via email. Picture research: MARTA BREESE [bc_video video_id=”6038528085001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Madonna fall​s backwards off the stage at the end of her ​Eurovision performance”]
20 May 19
The Scottish Sun
DARE to Dream? I wouldn’t, not after some of the things we saw and heard in Tel Aviv on Saturday night. Starting with anti-capitalist thrash metal, from those Icelandic sex gimps, but also including the swaying Australian pencil gonks and the very large French ballerina, Cargo Fonteyn, who I thought was going to be the most right-on gesture of the evening. Graham Norton reserved particular venom for the Slovenian ‘Avatars’, Zala Kralj and Gasper Santi. Until we met Bilal Hassani’s other dancer, who turned out to be deaf. The luckiest woman in the building, as it transpired, at Eurovision 2019, which proved to be a song contest of two halves. The very best light entertainment of the television week. And also the very worst. It set off at a cracking pace, though, with “The Albanian Kirstie Allsopp”, the Icelandic sex gimps and Serhat, a dentist from San Marino, who wrote his song in five minutes (“And spent the other four shaving his head”), all getting what they deserved from commentator Graham Norton, who reserved particular venom for the Slovenian “Avatars”, Zala Kralj and Gasper Santi. “Romantic or creepy, you decide.” Three very unsettling minutes later . . .  “Creepy, I’ve decided. Free the Slovenian one.” Madonna very clearly thought she was doing Eurovision a massive favour just by turning up The four pretty awful Israeli hosts weren’t safe from Norton either. Particularly not model Bar Refaeli, who was on the sharp end of it when she asked an extremely “relaxed-looking” Jean Paul Gaultier, backstage, what he looked for in a muse. “She ’az to ’ave person-al-ity.” “Well don’t go looking for it in Bar then.” We had hosts, acts and commentator all working in perfect disharmony, in other words, and, if you’d asked me just before half time, I’d have placed a lot of money on it being a vintage Eurovision Song Contest. Starting with anti-capitalist thrash metal, from those Icelandic sex gimps, You may have your own reasons why those bets were abandoned long before that dreary entry from The Netherlands was declared the winner, including excessive running time, the whiff of voting foul play from the usual Greek/Cypriot suspects, and Britain’s Michael Rice finishing last, but I’m pinning it all on the half-time turn, Madonna. She very clearly thought she was doing Eurovision a massive favour just by turning up.We just as clearly could hear it was actually Eurovision which was doing Madonna the service, even if they had forgotten to fit her a chairlift. Or an auto-tuner. Or bothered checking to see if she was secretly working as part of a Hamas sleeper cell. Because, in all my long years of watching and enjoying this barmy old event, I have never seen someone suck so much life from the room. Audience and viewers were both gone in the space of ten minutes. So too was Graham Norton, who might not have had his chat show booker’s head on, but he certainly spared her blushes, made no reference to the fruit ’n’ nutcase music and didn’t even point out Madonna’s parting “WAKE UP” shot was pretty wishful thinking having comatosed half the continent. Graham Norton made no reference to Madonna’s fruit ’n’ nutcase music A shame. An event like Eurovision needs him to apply the same levels of brutality to everyone who deserves them, including superstars and the 41 exhibitionist berks from the national voting juries who try to make the night all about them. By the time the evening got round to that point, though, Norton was either too tired or too busy belly-aching about the night’s big casualty. “Oh that’s got to hurt. “That’s awful. Our hearts go out to Michael.” Michael? Michael will be fine. It’s the mad old American bat who you thought had “conjunctivitis” who’s really screwed. [boxout headline=”Piers on body positivity”] GOOD Morning Britain, Piers Morgan on THAT magazine front cover: “To put it in context, she’s 100lb heavier than me and she’s 11 inches smaller. And that’s a body- positive image?” No, that’s Mikumi, Whipsnade Zoo’s white rhino. [/boxout] Years a real PC plodder ANOTHER reason for Line Of Duty’s incredible popularity? It didn’t despise more than half its potential audience. Something you’d think would be the default setting of most mainstream TV drama. The only people who don’t fulfil the usual PC criteria, in fact, are the exclusively white members of a right-wing populist movement, led by Emma Thompson But it’s the exact opposite, as you’ll have discovered if you watched BBC1’s Years And Years, which, according to Auntie’s continuity moron, was “written by the modern- day genius that is Russell T Davies”, who’s caught here somewhere between Doctor Who and Queer As Folk, while probably wishing he’d written Our Friends In The North. So we’re vaulted into the near future with a bunch of insufferable heart-bleeders called the Lyons family, who’ve ticked every box in the Beeb’s manual, mixed race, disabled, gay, “trans-human”, and like to appear concerned about Palestine, poverty and a bunch of freshly-arrived Ukrainian refugees, who look about as Ukrainian as the front three floats at the Rio carnival. The only people who don’t fulfil the usual PC criteria, in fact, are the exclusively white members of a right-wing populist movement, led by Emma Thompson, who plays the role of Viv Rook with a northern, working-class accent, just to put as much distance as possible between herself and her character. Whether you think she’s the smuggest hypocrite on the planet, though, she’s really good and very occasionally Years And Years’ dialogue absolutely sings. The actress plays the role of Viv Rook with a northern, working-class accent – just to put as much distance as possible between herself and her character Most of the first episode, though, Davies was just parading his own political prejudices and engaging in BBC wish fulfilment as he torpedoed us through the years 2019 to 2024. So the bad news was that (who else) Donald Trump started a nuclear war with China. The even worse news? Have I Got News For You still seems to be going in 2023. Roll on Armageddon. [boxout headline=”Great sporting insights”]Clinton Morrison: “Berardi lost his head in a split second in five seconds.” Ian Wright: “Zaha was literally uncatchable, until he was caught.” Tim Sherwood: “You knew the goal was going to come, but you just didn’t expect it.” (Compiled by Graham Wray). [/boxout] Glad GoT didn’t dragon GAME Of Thrones was a brilliantly imaginative, daring, funny, stylish, mood-capturing television production which arguably changed the face of TV for the better. But the greatest television show of all time? Do me a favour. It’s not even the best show currently on Sky Atlantic (see Chernobyl). Show bosses definitely had the good sense to make its exit while the going is still good and left most of the audience wanting more A purely personal opinion, obviously, that I’ll happily admit owes a lot to my own staggering lack of imagination and the presence of dragons, which stopped me ever giving too much of a toss over who sat on the Iron Throne. It’s also down to the mixed quality of the writing, particularly in this disappointing last series, and the acting. Because although there were lots of great performances, like Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont, the dispensable nature of the cast meant none of them were towering, quite a few of them were awful (Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth) and the main protagonist, Jon Snow, wore the same slightly aghast expression for the duration. It’s debatable how well GoT will age as well. It has, though, definitely had the good sense to make its exit while the going is still good and left most of the audience wanting more. It’s debatable how well GoT will age And should they ever want to watch the greatest TV show of all time again, they can simply type those 11 letters into their Sky planner: The Sopranos. Random TV irritations Every bandwagon-jumping, attention-seeker in the country calling for Love Island to be axed. The very next middle-class t**t who tells me “you must love Fleabag.” (I don’t). The meerkat advert version of Don’t Rain On My Parade making me long for species extinction. The absolute PC scandal of Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley beating Bros: After The Screaming Stops at the Baftas. And king of the luvvies, Benedict Cumberbatch, telling the same gathering: “I breathe rarified air.” By which I think he means: “I wear fancy dress and pretend to be other people, for a living.” Quiz show doughnuts of the week The Chase, Bradley Walsh: “La Tasca is a restaurant chain specialising in food from what European country?” Bradley Walsh saw contestants get their answers horribly wrong Martin: “Scotland.” Bradley Walsh: “In which sitcom did Hilary Minster play General von Kilnkerhoffen?” Nikki: “Emmerdale.” Tipping Point, Ben Shephard: “The actress who won Olivier awards for Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd and Gypsy is Imelda what?” Natasha: “Helena Bonham Carter.” And Ben Shephard: “Students and graduates of which prestigious American university are known as Princetonians?” Betty: “Harvard.” (All contributions gratefully received.) [boxout headline=”Telly quiz”]TELLY quiz. Who said the following, on Friday: “Comedy can’t exist in a vacuum. Something has to happen for something to be funny.”? A) The presenter of John Bishop’s Ireland. B) Every single viewer of John Bishop’s Ireland. C) Probably both. [/boxout] TV gold Stephen Graham’s disturbingly good performance on Channel 4’s The Virtues. Stephen’s performance in Channel 4’s The Virtues is great Kenneth Cranham, Alex Norton, Timothy Spall and the cast of Hatton Garden, who are the creme de la crematorium. BBC2’s Thatcher – A Very British Revolution. GMB’s Piers Morgan hitting Susanna Reid with the coffee-spluttering accusation: “You shat fame me every day.” And Sky Atlantic’s Chernobyl, which is horrifyingly brilliant in every single detail, right down to the blood-red splurge all over “Mikhail Gorbachev’s” head. (Tonight, Sky Atlantic, 9pm). [boxout headline=”Great TV lies and delusions of the week “]GREAT TV lies and delusions of the week. Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan: “I don’t go home and eat cakes.” Saving Britain’s Hedgehogs, Steve Backshall: “In the next hour, my hardman image is under threat.” (What hardman image?) And EastEnders, Sean Slater: “Ten years and it hasn’t changed a bit. Sill absolute misery.” Try 34 years. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN OPINION” posts_category=”14″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] lookalikes Rylan looks like the bloke from the Aviva advert THIS week’s winner is Rylan Clark-Neal and the bloke from the Aviva advert. Sent in by Billy Bentley, via email. Picture research: MARTA BREESE [bc_video video_id=”6038528085001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Madonna fall​s backwards off the stage at the end of her ​Eurovision performance”]
20 May 19
The World According to...

After spending a week in Paris, I was reminded just how ass backwards we are living here in Canada. Oh, sure France has had a head start with their history spanning over a thousand years while ours is still in its infancy. One could say they are older and wiser and have had the time […]

20 May 19
Feminist Teens LJM

Patriarchal society always put pressure on people, no matter the gender identity. Women were obligated to be submissive and Men had the role of the chief. From this point, boy grow up with the obligation to be strong and the concept of virility was impose to them. Virility obligated them to be in opposition of […]

20 May 19
1722973 Kinga Molnar (Fashion design)

Fashion, in dress, the prevailing mode affecting modification in the costume. Asian styles have been characterized by the freedom to change, and the ancient Greek and Roman dress have kept the same lines running for centuries. Fashion in clothing and interior decoration can be said to have appeared in Europe around the fourteenth century. New […]

20 May 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Jean-Paul Gaultier has dressed Madonna as a “futuristic” Joan of Arc for her guest performance at the Eurovision Song Contest final in Israel, the fashion designer told Reuters on Saturday. via http://bit.ly/2EjMy5d

19 May 19
Blueyes Fantasies

Laetitia Marie Laure Casta born on 11 May 1978 is a French actress and supermodel. Casta became a “GUESS? Girl” in 1993 and gained further recognition as a Victoria’s Secret Angel from 1998 to 2000 and as a spokesperson for cosmetics company L’Oréal. She has appeared on over 100 covers of such popular magazines as […]

19 May 19
News Archives Uk

Iceland's Eurovision Act could be punished after Palestinian flags were shown during the live television program on Saturday night. The leather-clad bondage punk trio Hatari held banners with the word "Palestine" and the colors of the flag in the announcement of the vote, before the cameras were cut back to the hosts Bar Refaeli and […]

19 May 19
Archy Worldys

The 2019 edition of Eurovision benefited from the presence of a (very) prestigious guest. Between the end of the performances and the distribution of points (which won Duncan Laurence, candidate from the Netherlands), Madonna appeared on the scene of Expo Tel Aviv, Israel, to perform two titles. And a discreet message was passed during his […]

19 May 19
Archy Worldys

A fourteenth place for Bilal Hassani. This is the sad epilogue of an evening lived in a fervor comparable to a football World Cup final at the Tel Aviv Convention Center, where was held the final of Eurovision this Saturday night won by Duncan Laurence, the candidate of Netherlands. It is a little less than […]