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Disney Jumps on the Media Bandwagon with its New Members Only Club - eTurboNews
series, coming to Disney+ this summer • 50 years of bulbs and brilliance with the Main Street Electrical <mark>Parade</mark>
Spring-summer 2022 trends: what will be in fashion this season - Technology Malt
The miniskirt, transparencies, tailoring, functional pieces… These are the garments and styles that will define the coming months.

It’s time to study the trends for spring-summer 2022. If you are one of the first in the class, your analysis may have started months ago, but you are either one of those people, or you are one of those who immersed themselves in the notes the night before the exam, this is the matter. These are the clothes and the styles that you will see, and a lot, during the next months.

Savvy shoppers at Net-A-Porter announced that for them, there is no garment that defines fun better than the miniskirt. It has appeared among the proposals of the great houses in its purest version, that is, very, very short; an allegation of hedonism that cannot be ignored. This is what emerges from almost all the brands that have included one in their parades, but Prada stands out above all. The reason? Among Miuccia’s creations, there are not many long shorts and, even so, they took center stage in that simultaneous parade that was defined as sexy.

That same idea of sensuality was also present in Miu Miu, another of the firms that have …
British designers showcase unique looks in honour of Queen's Jubilee | The Independent
Victoria Beckham, Richard Quinn and Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen are among the designers to create a parade of looks inspired by the Queen, to mark her Platinum Jubilee.

To celebrate 70 years of the Queen’s reign, Harper’s Bazaar held a fashion shoot in the historic setting of the Tower of London.

Beckham, 48, told the magazine: “For this historic shoot, we wanted to honour Her Majesty with a traditionally regal colour, so I reimagined an autumn/winter ’22 runway look in a rich purple shade.

“A sequined dress forms the base of the outfit, sitting underneath a delicate, fine knit that is wrapped around the body, distorting the shine of the sequins to give a truly refined aesthetic, fit for a Queen.”

The cover of the magazine’s Platinum Jubilee celebratory issue features British model Kukua Williams wearing a Richard Quinn design inspired by royal style.

Quinn, 32, said: “The Queen once wore an amazing matching hat and coat in acid green, with patent black shoes – to me, that’s daring and subversive.

“So I wanted this Tudor mini-dress at the Tower of London. It’s a play on the royal look – crystals, silk duchesse satin, a little crinoline and then a bit of latex.”

In 2018, the …
What North Korea learned from Ukraine: Now's the perfect time for a nuclear push
(CNN) – If North Korea was looking for another excuse to forge ahead with its nuclear weapons program, it just found one in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

That one of the very few countries to have voluntarily given up a nuclear arsenal is now under attack from the same country it gave its warheads to will not be lost on Pyongyang.

In fact, analysts say, Moscow’s actions have gifted the reclusive Asian nation a “perfect storm” of conditions under which to ramp its program up.

Not only will North Korea use Ukraine’s plight to bolster its narrative that it needs nukes to guarantee its survival, but leader Kim Jong Un may find that, with all eyes on the war in Europe, he can get away with more than ever.

Divided over Ukraine, the international community will likely have little appetite for sanctions on the hermit kingdom; indeed, even unified condemnation of a recent North Korean ICBM test remains elusive. What’s more, the boycott of Russian oil and gas could even open the door to cut-price energy deals between Pyongyang and Moscow — ideological allies whose friendship harks back to the Korean war of the 1950s.

In the worst-case scenario, experts even wonder whether this …
Only Murders in the Building Season 2: Everything We Know - Harper's Bazaar
In an age where many of our favorite true-crime shows were adapted from podcasts, Hulu's comedy Only Murders in the Building sets up a scenario where the podcast hosts themselves get caught up in the crime. The show, which became the streamer's most-watched original comedy ever, stars Selena Gomez as the millennial foil to comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short, with the trio playing residents in a lush NY building who investigate their neighbor's murder.

Fortunately for fans—but unfortunately for all the Arconian residents dealing with another murder—Hulu announced the show's renewal during its first season run. The season 1 finale saw Charles (Martin) and Oliver (Short) discovering Mabel (Gomez) covered in blood and looming over the body of the building's lead board member, Bunny (Jayne Houdyshell). Here's what we know so far about the hit comedy's next case.

Hulu announced the show's summer premiere date earlier this year, releasing a blooper-filled clip (see below) of Gomez, Martin, and Short struggling to get through the announcement 'cause they can't stop joking around. The new season will come within a year of the comedy's series premiere, showing just how excited Hulu was to get more episodes out.

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148th Longines Kentucky Oaks Sets Record Handle as Secret Oath Claims the Lilies
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Sydney Sweeney is Miu Miu's New New Muse - CR Fashion Book
Previously, Sweeney has starred in several large-scale campaigns with brands like Guess, Tory Burch, and <mark>Parade</mark>
Queen Limits Jubilee Palace Balcony Appearance to Working Family Members Only
After much speculation about the lineup of family members making the cut for the traditional balcony appearance during this year’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Buckingham Palace has finally shared the official guest list.

A spokesperson for the monarch said in a statement to, “After careful consideration, The Queen has decided this year’s traditional Trooping the Colour balcony appearance on Thursday 2nd June will be limited to Her Majesty and those Members of the Royal Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of The Queen.”

Though representatives chose not to discuss those who weren’t invited for the iconic balcony moment, today’s news rules out any possibility for non-working royals to appear. This would include Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, Prince Andrew, and his daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.

The announcement means that the family members joining the queen on the balcony at her official birthday parade will be Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, and Prince William, Duchess Kate, and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Also in attendance will be Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and their children, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn; plus, Princess Anne and her husband, Sir Timothy Laurence.

Watching the British Royal …
What a cathedral and a massive military parade show about Putin's Russia - New Haven Register
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(THE CONVERSATION) May 9, 2022, marks the 77th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany. Victory Day has traditionally been a day to honor veterans and hold an enormous parade in Moscow to display the country’s military prowess.

Under President Vladimir Putin, May 9 has become one of Russia’s most revered holidays. Spokesperson Dmitri Peskov has described it as the “holiest holiday in our country. It has been and will remain the holiest holiday for all Russians,” according to the Defence Blog.

Many scholars have researched how World War II has become a cornerstone of Russian nationalism during Putin’s time in power. It is also reflected in Russian rhetoric about its war in Ukraine. Russian leaders have portrayed the invasion as a fight against “Neo-Nazis,” and a holy war.

This fusion of World War II, religion and Russian nationalism are embodied in one unusual building: the Main Church of the Russian Armed Forces, on the outskirts of Moscow. The massive, khaki-colored cathedral in a military theme park was dedicated in June 2020, and celebrates Russian might. The grand opening was supposed to commemorate …
Fashion Weeks: the millionaire bet of the brands to the virtual world -
As the restrictions of the pandemic are loosening, the Fashion Weeks shine again in their maximum splendor. One of the most dizzying and changing industries in the world breathes easy seeing that the rebirth of fashion shows brings new airs and installs new codes of communication.

New York, London, Milan and Paris are home to the windows that inspire and make the immense world of fashion talk. There are born the trends that will later be seen in the streets. In this last season, very important changes began to be noticed in the way of communicating and implementing marketing strategies. The big brands allocated their budgets mainly to obtain a very high impact on networks , summoning mega-celebrities, influencers and opinion leaders to the front rows of their fashion shows. In addition, they sought to penetrate new markets including referents of the new generations such as K-Pop artists.

This turn generated unique moments where the huge productions were displaced by icons of the virtual universe such as the sisters, Bella and Gigi Hadid, the model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski, the South Korean singer and rapper, Jennie, the protagonists of the successful teen series Euphoria , the influencer Leonie Hanne, and the model …

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