Mini Molly

20 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Nicole LaPlaca was born on January 3, 1986 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Nicole Kristine Jamie LaPlaca. She is known for her work on Another Cinderella Story (2008), John Tucker Must Die (2006) and A Dog’s Purpose (2017). Born: January 3, 1986 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Actress (38 credits)  2019 Dark Angel (TV […]

20 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Ali Liebert is a 2015 Canadian Screen Award winner (“Best Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series”) for her portrayal of Betty Mcrae in Reelz/Global TV’s original hit series, Bomb Girls. In July 2013, she also won a Leo Award for the same character. Most recently she recurred as a gun slinging […]

20 Feb 19
© blogfactory

A select group of national news “stakeholders” gathered at an undisclosed location for what was described as a “semi-secret” workshop somewhere in Canada on January 26. The meeting had been convened to determine how and to whom a “news industry bailout” of $645 million in Canadian government subsidies to private and supposedly independent media outlets would be disbursed. It […]

20 Feb 19
Andre Eger

On February 15, 1985, John Hughes’ “The Breakfast Club” hit theaters. The film, which starred Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson, focused on a group of seemingly dissimilar teenagers who ended up together during Saturday morning detention at Shermer High School. For hours, they were told to keep quiet and write a 1,000-word essay describing who […]

20 Feb 19
RadioPublic

Curated by Anna Almendrala and Simon Ganz, the co-hosts of IVFML

20 Feb 19
Sorcha Rowan's Naughty Place

Floss Does Life did an amazing round up of the first round of entries for the Smut Marathon. So, in the tradition of writers everywhere, I’m going to write one inspired by her.  But go read the original. https://flossdoeslife.com/2019/02/smut-marathon-the-results-round-1/ And if you haven’t, go read the results as well! http://smut.rebelsnotes.com/2019/02/sm-2019-voting-1/ The first assignment was: Write about the moment […]

20 Feb 19
Milliebot Reads

Coming at you today with some spoopy middle-grade and YA reads that I enjoyed.

20 Feb 19
caitlyn

a mini deconstructed outfit of the day 🙂 Jeans are from Urban Outfitters. Top is from Hello Molly. Bag is from Target. Shoes are from Nasty Gal.

20 Feb 19
caitlyn

a mini deconstructed outfit of the day 🙂 Jeans are from Urban Outfitters. Top is from Hello Molly. Bag is from Target. Shoes are from Nasty Gal.

20 Feb 19
World Site News

Written by Holly Fraser, CNNLondonIn recent years, London has lost ground to the rest of the “big four” fashion weeks, ceding column inches to the legacy brands showing at Milan or Paris, and no longer considered as commercially viable as New York. Yet the British capital remains, perhaps, the city where designers are at their…

20 Feb 19
WGNO

These little berry-cream cupcake gems are gluten free, low carb, no sugar added AND keto approved, with just 1.5 grams net carbs per serving. Perfect for brunch, showers, Easter, Mother’s Day, or just anytime you’re looking for a guilt-free indulgence.

20 Feb 19
Russia News Now

A select group of national news “stakeholders” gathered at an undisclosed location for what was described as a “semi-secret” workshop somewhere in Canada on January 26. The meeting had been convened to determine how and to whom a “news industry bailout” of $645 million in Canadian government subsidies to private and supposedly independent media outlets would be […]

19 Feb 19
Molly Krause Creates

I don’t believe it was accidental that when I wrote an email to Cambodia, the woman who answered it described herself as a fellow Kansan. I learned of the Wat Opat Children’s Community when I read the book In a Rocket Made of Ice by Gail Gutradt. I was drawn to this place on the […]

19 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
AS we kiss goodbye to yet another epic London Fashion Week, it’s time to take a look at what this year’s February offering gave us. From top fashion and high glamour, to protests and interruption – here’s our round-up of what’s been going on. Neons like this number from Brandon Maxwell were big at London Fashion Week’s February offering What were the top trends for LFW 2019? One of the most prominent trends on the catwalk this year was neon colours, one that was forecast during the Autumn/Winter collections in 2018. London seems to still be in love with the loud and proud neon colour trend this season, as bright hues, acid tones and colour pops were rife on the LFW catwalk. Jasper Conran sent his models down the catwalk in a rainbow of acid tones, ranging from hot pinks and fiery yellows to bold blues. Molly Goddard opted for bright yellow for this dress keeping with the neon colour trend for 2019 Canadian and Turkish label Erdem showcased neon shoes to lift the brand’s delicate black and white lace looks. Serbian designer Roksanda showed how to take the neon trend and make it really wearable by showcasing beautiful silk dresses featuring pops of bright orange and red. British designer Julien Macdonald showcased neon cut-out dresses destined to become the evening outfit of choice for millennials. Turkish designer Erdem also opted for bright colours for his LFW19 collection The 1980s look seems to have resurfaced again at this year’s London Fashion Week, with an abundance of oversized blazers and high-waisted trousers making a comeback. The disco look was also trending this LFW, with sequins, miniskirts and sky-high heels galore across a number of shows. Victoria Beckham ensured all her models wore high heels for the first time at any of her shows What did Victoria Beckham showcase? The former Spice Girl flirted with the female silhouette by revealing she was back in touch with her “naughty side”. After years of showcasing fluid skirts, chunky knits and tailored coats, the singer turned designer showcased a collection that hugged the waist and bottom but remained knee length, and highlighted the feminine form without giving too much away. Speaking at the show, Victoria said her collection was for some who was a “lady, but not particularly ladylike”, adding it was for women with a “naughty side”. Victoria Beckham showcased plunging necklines and tight thigh-high peep-toe boots in her LFW collection Victoria’s collection included plenty of leopard prints and plunging necklines, and featured only high heels – something she’s never done before. She also included touches of the 1970s, with mismatched prints, clashing colours and silk scarves worn around the neck. Victoria also introduced the fashion world to her newest collection of shoes – with her hero item appearing to be a pair of thigh-high peep toe boots. This was only Victoria’s second ever showing at London Fashion Week 23 out of 41 of her looks included the shoe design, varying only in fabric, print or colour – she showcased the peep toe boot in leopard print, scarlet and classic black, alongside slouchier versions of the same shoe in khaki and burgundy. Ahead of showcasing the collection at London Fashion Week, Victoria was seen sporting the look weeks earlier in New York when she wore a tight leather pair of the boots in burgundy. Harper Beckham channelled her inner fashionista by adopting Anna Wintour’s iconic haircut Why was Harper Beckham turning heads? Harper Beckham’s new haircut had heads turning as she attended mum Victoria’s catwalk in London after accidentally twinning with Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The seven-year-old’s new bob haircut is almost identical to the legend’s iconic look, and with the two seated next to each other, the resemblance was uncanny. Dad David couldn’t help but laugh, posting a picture to his Instagram stories of the two from the back, captioning it “who wore it better?” Gigi Hadid was almost unrecognisable as she walked the ramp for Burberry for the first time Who did Gigi Hadid walk the runway for? Supermodel Gigi Hadid took to the catwalk for her first ever Burberry show – and she blended in so well that her presence was almost missed. The 5’10” blonde was the 6th person down the runway for the British label’s Autumn 2019 showcase. The 23-year-old’s hair was styled into an infinity design lattice across her forehead by stylist Guido Palau, while make-up artist Pat McGrath toned down her natural beauty with bleached eyebrows and pasty elfin skin. Stepping out for Burberry creative director Riccardo Tisci’s impressive collection, Hadid showcased his take on luxury sportswear, donning a monochrome zip-front top over a Burberry polo shirt, with a mini skirt and calf-high boots. Climate demonstrators gathered to block roads outside London Fashion Week on Sunday More than 100 campaigners joined the Extinction Rebellion group’s disruption march at London Fashion Week [article-rail-topic title=”More on London Fashion Week” term_id=”7784″ posts_number=”6″ /] What did protesters do at London Fashion Week? Climate demonstrators gathered to block roads outside London Fashion Week on Sunday in protest against what they have dubbed the “unsustainable” industry. More than 100 campaigners joined the Extinction Rebellion group’s disruption march, urging fashion brands to tackle a global “ecological emergency”. Demonstrations began when a small crowd rallied outside Victoria Beckham’s morning event at the Tate Britain, and subsequently blocked Fashion Week cars travelling to the show. A larger group then moved to the event’s main venue at The Strand where they blocked several roads carrying a banner with the message “rebel for life”. [bc_video video_id=”6003401143001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Pam Hogg models wear see-through bodysuits that reveal their nipples and fake pubic hair at London Fashion Week”]
19 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
AS we kiss goodbye to yet another epic London Fashion Week, it’s time to take a look at what this year’s February offering gave us. From top fashion and high glamour, to protests and interruption – here’s our round-up of what’s been going on. Neons like this number from Brandon Maxwell were big at London Fashion Week’s February offering What were the top trends for LFW 2019? One of the most prominent trends on the catwalk this year was neon colours, one that was forecast during the Autumn/Winter collections in 2018. London seems to still be in love with the loud and proud neon colour trend this season, as bright hues, acid tones and colour pops were rife on the LFW catwalk. Jasper Conran sent his models down the catwalk in a rainbow of acid tones, ranging from hot pinks and fiery yellows to bold blues. Molly Goddard opted for bright yellow for this dress keeping with the neon colour trend for 2019 Canadian and Turkish label Erdem showcased neon shoes to lift the brand’s delicate black and white lace looks. Serbian designer Roksanda showed how to take the neon trend and make it really wearable by showcasing beautiful silk dresses featuring pops of bright orange and red. British designer Julien Macdonald showcased neon cut-out dresses destined to become the evening outfit of choice for millennials. Turkish designer Erdem also opted for bright colours for his LFW19 collection The 1980s look seems to have resurfaced again at this year’s London Fashion Week, with an abundance of oversized blazers and high-waisted trousers making a comeback. The disco look was also trending this LFW, with sequins, miniskirts and sky-high heels galore across a number of shows. Victoria Beckham ensured all her models wore high heels for the first time at any of her shows What did Victoria Beckham showcase? The former Spice Girl flirted with the female silhouette by revealing she was back in touch with her “naughty side”. After years of showcasing fluid skirts, chunky knits and tailored coats, the singer turned designer showcased a collection that hugged the waist and bottom but remained knee length, and highlighted the feminine form without giving too much away. Speaking at the show, Victoria said her collection was for some who was a “lady, but not particularly ladylike”, adding it was for women with a “naughty side”. Victoria Beckham showcased plunging necklines and tight thigh-high peep-toe boots in her LFW collection Victoria’s collection included plenty of leopard prints and plunging necklines, and featured only high heels – something she’s never done before. She also included touches of the 1970s, with mismatched prints, clashing colours and silk scarves worn around the neck. Victoria also introduced the fashion world to her newest collection of shoes – with her hero item appearing to be a pair of thigh-high peep toe boots. This was only Victoria’s second ever showing at London Fashion Week 23 out of 41 of her looks included the shoe design, varying only in fabric, print or colour – she showcased the peep toe boot in leopard print, scarlet and classic black, alongside slouchier versions of the same shoe in khaki and burgundy. Ahead of showcasing the collection at London Fashion Week, Victoria was seen sporting the look weeks earlier in New York when she wore a tight leather pair of the boots in burgundy. Harper Beckham channelled her inner fashionista by adopting Anna Wintour’s iconic haircut Why was Harper Beckham turning heads? Harper Beckham’s new haircut had heads turning as she attended mum Victoria’s catwalk in London after accidentally twinning with Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The seven-year-old’s new bob haircut is almost identical to the legend’s iconic look, and with the two seated next to each other, the resemblance was uncanny. Dad David couldn’t help but laugh, posting a picture to his Instagram stories of the two from the back, captioning it “who wore it better?” Gigi Hadid was almost unrecognisable as she walked the ramp for Burberry for the first time Who did Gigi Hadid walk the runway for? Supermodel Gigi Hadid took to the catwalk for her first ever Burberry show – and she blended in so well that her presence was almost missed. The 5’10” blonde was the 6th person down the runway for the British label’s Autumn 2019 showcase. The 23-year-old’s hair was styled into an infinity design lattice across her forehead by stylist Guido Palau, while make-up artist Pat McGrath toned down her natural beauty with bleached eyebrows and pasty elfin skin. Stepping out for Burberry creative director Riccardo Tisci’s impressive collection, Hadid showcased his take on luxury sportswear, donning a monochrome zip-front top over a Burberry polo shirt, with a mini skirt and calf-high boots. Climate demonstrators gathered to block roads outside London Fashion Week on Sunday More than 100 campaigners joined the Extinction Rebellion group’s disruption march at London Fashion Week [article-rail-topic title=”More on London Fashion Week” term_id=”7784″ posts_number=”6″ /] What did protesters do at London Fashion Week? Climate demonstrators gathered to block roads outside London Fashion Week on Sunday in protest against what they have dubbed the “unsustainable” industry. More than 100 campaigners joined the Extinction Rebellion group’s disruption march, urging fashion brands to tackle a global “ecological emergency”. Demonstrations began when a small crowd rallied outside Victoria Beckham’s morning event at the Tate Britain, and subsequently blocked Fashion Week cars travelling to the show. A larger group then moved to the event’s main venue at The Strand where they blocked several roads carrying a banner with the message “rebel for life”. [bc_video video_id=”6003401143001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Pam Hogg models wear see-through bodysuits that reveal their nipples and fake pubic hair at London Fashion Week”]