Category: Blog

Street Seen: classic and simple style – WAtoday

MY STYLE IS feminine. I ADMIRE THE STYLE OF Steph Claire Smith, I love her style. It’s very classic and simple. Nothing too over the top, and she always looks really well put together. MY FAVOURITE PLACES TO SHOP I’m a bit all over the place. I try to find pieces that not everyone wears. […]

Read more

'Eighth Grade,' 'Beale Street' land Indie Spirit Awards nominations – ARY NEWS

LOS ANGELES: Coming-of-age movie “Eighth Grade” and family drama “If Beale Street Could Talk” scored best feature nominations on Friday for the Independent Spirit Awards, the annual honours given to Hollywood’s lower-budget movies. “We the Animals,” a film about three biracial brothers, led all movies with five nods, including one for best first feature from […]

Read more

Okay, Africa! Big Hair & Exciting Street Style Ruled At Susan Oludele's Book Launch – Essence

Hannan Saleh Afropolitans and fans of Oludele came out to support women’s health and wellness, financial literacy and fashion! It wasn’t just the snow that made an impact on New York this week, traditional African culture also took center stage in Brooklyn for celebrity hairstylist Susan Oludele and her Lady: Empowerment Week, in partnership with […]

Read more

The 13 Street Style Moments That Defined 2018 – Vogue.co.uk

Before we dive deep into our wish lists for spring/summer 2019, let’s take stock of the past year in the lives of the world’s most powerful street style stars. 2018’s headline fashion moments off the catwalk came in the form of belt bags, barely-there Nineties sandals and a renegade mix of exotic animal prints. The […]

Read more

Review: Homage to Ottolenghi in a hipster spot for the loud crowd – Irish Times

They are sweating this asset so hard you can almost hear it drip. We are in Dublin city centre on a Saturday night having a quick bite of supper. It will be quick because it’s noisier than a late-night house party and neither of us is in the mood to have a conversation at a […]

Read more

An Opera Singer Conjures a New Career in Indie-Pop – San Francisco Classical Voice

Vocalist, composer, scholar, director, and producer Majel Connery operates at the intersections of classical, electronic, and contemporary music, but rarely, if ever, stands stationary in the crosshairs of genres. Slippery and skewed, her work — especially since departing academia and cushy positions as a musicologist at institutions including Princeton University, University of Chicago, and UC […]

Read more

Notes On The Season: Oscar Race's Crazy Weekend; 'Mary's' Two Queen Contenders; Indie Spirits Go Really Indie – Deadline

A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit “This is absolutely the single worst weekend of the year,” one exasperated publicist told me last night after the AFI Fest closing-night screening of Mary Queen of Scots. What she said was an understatement as the Academy’s annual Governors Awards has become a full-weekend magnet for […]

Read more

Indie Scouting Report: November 2018 – Publishers Weekly

In this month’s roundup of the best-reviewed BookLife titles, we highlight a pair of historical romances, a work of urban fantasy, a mystery about abducted animals, and a novel set in a world still plagued by the War of the Roses. ★ Stolen Linda J. Wright Synopsis: This series kickoff introduces Kieran Yates, a former […]

Read more

The Trailer for the Indie Thriller 'The Clovehitch Killer' Will Give You the Chills – Extra

Samantha Mathis recorded a special message for our fans to introduce the trailer for her new movie “The Clovehitch Killer.” Check it out! Mathis stars alongside Dylan McDermott in the indie thriller about a man who believes his father might be a serial killer. “The Clovehitch Killer” is available in theaters, on VOD, and on […]

Read more

Indie Comics Spotlight: Eisner Winner Katie O'Neill on Tea Dragons, Princesses, and saving all the animals – SYFY WIRE

It’s a delight to visit Katie O’Neill’s worlds, where princesses save themselves, dragons have tea parties, and seahorse-unicorn hybrids protect the sea. The New Zealand native first grew her fan base through her Tumblr comic Princess Princess, about a Princess stuck in a castle who gets saved by another Princess and they take “happily ever […]

Read more
Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com