Selena Gomez’s Email Hacked Several Times in 2015 and 2016, NJ Woman Charged

Selena Gomez’s email was hacked and her identity was stolen, and the alleged culprit is a woman in New Jersey … this according to the L.A. County DA. The prosecutor claims Susan Atrach accessed Selena’s and her associate’s accounts several times from…

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Irish Imbas: Celtic Mythology Collection 2016 – Irish Imbas Books

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Irish Imbas: Celtic Mythology Collection 2016

Irish Imbas Books

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: March 10, 2016

Publisher: Irish Imbas Books

Seller: Smashwords


This collection by a new wave of contemporary authors (Sighle Meehan, Sheelagh Russell Brown, Marc McEntegart, Coral Atkinson and Marie Gethins) hauls Celtic stories out of the dusty shadows and with succinct mythological analysis places them back into the light where they belong. Love, mystery and drama, these fascinating tales mark a new movement of authentic and original Celtic-based writing and a better understanding of Celtic cultures. The ‘Fairies’, the ‘Salmon of Knowledge’, the ‘Children of Lir’ and the ‘Selkie’. They’re all waiting for you here.

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Kim Kardashian West Returns to Paris for First Time Since 2016 Robbery

Kim Kardashian West is back in Paris for the first time since her traumatizing 2016 robbery there … and it’s obvious it’s still fresh in her mind. Kim and Kanye were surrounded by their muscle — and some fans and paps, of course…

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition – Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Anthony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition

Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Anthony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 7, 2016

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

Seller: Dynamic Forces, Inc.


The Belcher Family proudly celebrates this year's Free Comic Book Day event with three wild and zany adventures featuring those lovable scamps Tina, Gene, and Louise, plus guest stars Bob, Linda, and all your favorites from Bob's Burgers! It's the official Bob's Burgers comic book based on the fan-favorite (and Emmy Award-winning) Fox animated sitcom, jam-packed with the mouth-watering flavor that longtime fans and curious newcomers can enjoy!

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Charlie Rose: Matthew Dowd, Al Hunt, Frank Luntz, Tavis Smiley, and David Bowie, January 11, 2016 – Charlie Rose

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Charlie Rose: Matthew Dowd, Al Hunt, Frank Luntz, Tavis Smiley, and David Bowie, January 11, 2016

Charlie Rose

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 4.95

Publish Date: January 11, 2016

© ℗ © 2016 Charlie Rose Show

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Mother’s Day (2016) – Garry Marshall

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Mother’s Day (2016)

Garry Marshall

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: April 29, 2016


From Garry Marshall, the director of Pretty Woman and Valentine's Day, comes Mother's Day, an all-star comedy that celebrates parenthood and family. Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis lead an incredible cast in a film that intersects the lives of a group of people maneuvering their way through a crazy week of difficult relationships and family dysfunction in the week leading up to Mother’s Day. It's a comedy that will make you laugh, cry and cheer!

© © 2016 Open Road Films. All Rights Reserved.

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Rihanna Admits Drake’s Gushing 2016 VMA Speech Made Her ‘Uncomfortable’

Rihanna isn’t exactly the grand romantic gesture type. The music superstar got candid in Vogue’s June issue about the time Drake now-famously confessed his love for her onstage at the 2016 MTV VMAs, and why it made her “uncomfortable.” While Rih said her and Drake’s relationship is currently nonexistent, she does have “Love on the Brain” for a new beau.


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‘Star Trek’ Star Anton Yelchin’s Parents Reach A Settlement With Car Company After His 2016 Death

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Russian Trolls’ Favorite Weapon of Mass Disruption In 2016 Was Facebook

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The verdict is still out whether or not if the Russians successfully tipped the election in favor of the mad tangerine faux dictator but if you asked us we would all say yes. Facebook believes the latter but according to a New York Times report it’s social media platform was Russia’s favorite weapon to use to disrupt our democratic voting system.

They also loved to use our favorite photo-sharing platform Instagram as well.

This past Friday, the Justice Department revealed that the Russians heavily relied on both social platforms to do their work and help get Donald Trump elected by spreading propaganda. The Russian troll farm called the Internet Research Agency started gathering information on Americans in social groups that focused on immigration and religion back in 2014. In 2015  they started purchasing ads to get the jig in motion. In 2016 they used those followers to organize rallies and help spread their false words across America.

All of this has come to light after prosecutors have charged 13 Russians and 3 companies for meddling in our election and trying to help Donald Trump who flat out denied in instances and still fails to this day to even say they did. The 37-page indictment drops the details on how Russians used stolen identities and posed as Americans, created Facebook groups and shared divisive ads and inflammatory photos to help divide the electorate.

Facebook was not accused of any wrongdoing in the indictment but it showed they were the clear favorite as the social media platform was mentioned 41 times compared to Twitter being mentioned only 9 times, YouTube once and PayPal 11 times. Facebook has more than 2 billion users on its social network so it would make sense for the Russians focus all of its efforts on the platform. Facebook is still struggling to take full responsibility for making it so easy for these egregious actions to happen and now acting swiftly to point them out. With the midterm elections quickly coming up we can only hope they do a better job of preventing this from happening again.

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2016: The Year in Autonomous Driving

2016 was the year that self-driving vehicles really took off. WIRED looks back at how much transportation is being changed by autonomous cars, trucks, and drones.
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From gene editing and gravitational waves and the zika virus these were the top science stories of 2016.
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WIRED’s Favorite Absurd Creatures of 2016

Revisit WIRED’s favorite Absurd Creatures of 2016 – the magnificent sex, food and fighting obsessed rhino beetle, the fish-bashing kingfisher bird and the aptly named peanut-head bugs.
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WIRED’s Top Gadget Stories of 2016

2016 was the year a lot changed in gear. We lost headphone jacks on iPhones, got Snap’s Spectacles and artificial intelligence is now powering a lot of our gadgets.
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WIRED’s Top Culture Stories of 2016

2016 was the year of retro-mania fueled Pokemon Go and Stranger Things and the beginning of a more diverse television future. Here are WIRED’s top stories from the world of movies, music and TV.
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WIRED’s Top Transportation Stories of 2016

2016 was a wild year in transportation ¬– from self-driving cars to smarter cities – WIRED looks back at some of the biggest stories about getting around.
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Designers tackled some of the most pressing issues of our time in 2016. From equality to climate change, here are WIRED’s most inspirational design stories of the year.
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2016 Was the Hottest Year on Record. Blame Humanity

Last year was the hottest year since scientists started keeping records in the 19th century. It’s no fluke—because it’s humanity’s fault.
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Mr. Right (2016) – Paco Cabezas

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Mr. Right (2016)

Paco Cabezas

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: April 8, 2016


The road to true love is paved with knives and bullets in this killer comedy starring Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell. Unlucky in love and with terrible taste in men, Martha (Kendrick) bumps into Francis (Rockwell) and finally meets the man of her dreams. Sweet and charming, he seems the perfect match until Martha discovers Francis is a world-class assassin whose enemies are trying to kill him and can’t quite decide as body counts rise whether to join in the mayhem or dump him. Also starring Tim Roth, Anson Mount and the Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, Mr. Right is a rollicking romp bursting with action and laughs!

© © 2016 Focus Features. All Rights Reserved.

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Dance House Electro New Hits 2016 – Various Artists


Dance House Electro New Hits 2016
Various Artists

Release Date:
August 17, 2016
Total Songs:
40

Genre:
House

Price:
$ 9.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Ibiza Night Publishing Srl/Benvenuto di Bonizzoni


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Grumpy Cat FCBD 2016 Edition – Royal McGraw & Ken Haeser

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Grumpy Cat FCBD 2016 Edition

Royal McGraw & Ken Haeser

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 7, 2016

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

Seller: Dynamic Forces, Inc.


Grumpy Cat, the Internet's cutest curmudgeon, brings her hilarious brand of sass to comic shops everywhere with the official Grumpy Cat Free Comic Book Day 2016 special! Readers of all ages will love the misadventures of this killjoy kitten and her high-spirited brother Pokey! 8,000,000 Facebook likes and 306,000 Twitter followers can't be wrong – Grumpy Cat is a worldwide sensation and a (devilishly) delightful giveaway for comic shop fans and newcomers!

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A State of Trance, Ibiza 2016 (Mixed by Armin van Buuren) – Armin van Buuren


A State of Trance, Ibiza 2016 (Mixed by Armin van Buuren)
Armin van Buuren

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
39

Genre:
Trance

Price:
$ 11.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Armada Music B.V.


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Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka! – Live in Japan 2016 – Brian Setzer

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Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka! – Live in Japan 2016

Brian Setzer

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: November 4, 2016


BRIAN SETZER's ROCKABILLY RIOT: OSAKA ROCKA! – LIVE IN JAPAN 2016, was filmed on February 18, 2016 at Namba Hatch in Osaka, Japan. Live and loud, the concert encompasses songs from SETZER's acclaimed 2014 studio album Rockabilly Riot! All Original-a straight-ahead rockabilly album from start to finish featuring SETZER's trademark twang and fretboard fire. This release also features classic hits from his Stray Cats catalog and material from The Brian Setzer Orchestra and his solo albums. In front of the wildly enthusiastic audience, Brian Setzer and his band – Noah Levy (Drums), Kevin McKendree (Piano and Guitar) and Mark Winchester (Bass) – are firing on all cylinders.

© © 2016 Surfdog Records

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Midnight Special (2016) – Jeff Nichols

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Midnight Special (2016)

Jeff Nichols

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: March 18, 2016


A father (Michael Shannon) goes on the run to protect his young son, Alton (Jaeden Lieberher), and uncover the truth behind the boy's special powers. What starts as a race from religious extremists and local law enforcement quickly escalates to a nationwide manhunt involving the highest levels of the Federal Government. Ultimately his father risks everything to protect Alton and help fulfill a destiny that could change the world forever, in this genre–defying film as supernatural as it is intimately human.

© © 2015 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC

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Goff to L.A., Wentz to Philly: How they became the top two picks in 2016

Jared Goff and Carson Wentz will face off Sunday in a battle of two playoff-bound teams — but the competition between the duo goes back way.
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First Born (2016) – Nirpal Bhogal

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First Born (2016)

Nirpal Bhogal

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 6.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: December 26, 2016


A young couple must learn to protect their daughter from the supernatural entities that threaten to tear their family apart. Charlie and James are just starting their lives together; young and in love, they’re relishing having no responsibilities, until Charlie discovers that she is pregnant. In a moment of youthful abandon, they decide to keep the baby. Into their world comes Thea, a beautiful little girl. But her arrival brings with it terrifying entities that threaten their newly formed family, things that are beyond their understanding. Panic-stricken, the young parents enlist the help of James’ estranged father Alistair, a would-be occultist whose obsession drove his family apart and led his son to despise him. He diagnoses Thea as a beacon – a child whose very presence attracts the attention of the supernatural creatures that surround us. Charlie and James realise that they must dedicate their lives to protecting their unplanned daughter. As Thea grows into a young girl, the once playful entities that crowd around her become increasingly violent, vying for her attention and threatening her innocence. With Alistair at a loss, he turns to Elizabeth, an occult practitioner of great power who teaches Thea to control, rather than be afraid of the dark forces around her. But Charlie sees her daughter is changing; Thea’s newfound confidence unleashes something far more malevolent and terrifying than they have ever encountered. 'First Born' is an evocative horror about the reality of the supernatural world encroaching into our everyday lives, threatening our homes and family. Taking as its inspiration, the seminal horror films of the 60s and 70s, it is a chilling insight into the sacrifices we must make when we bring a new life into this world.

© © 2016 MoliFilms Entertainment Limited

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Summer Pop Reggae Songs 2016 – Various Artists


Summer Pop Reggae Songs 2016
Various Artists

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
19

Genre:
Reggae

Price:
$ 10.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 FM Records LLC


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Dj Box August 2016 – Paul Oakenfold


Dj Box August 2016
Paul Oakenfold

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
10

Genre:
Trance

Price:
$ 5.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Perfecto Records


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Former TV anchor says Kevin Spacey sexually assaulted her son in 2016

Former TV news anchor Heather Unruh came forward on Wednesday with new allegations that Kevin Spacey sexually assaulted her son.


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Mozart: Requiem, K. 626 (Süssmayr / Dutron 2016 Completion) – René Jacobs, RIAS Kammerchor & Freiburger Barockorchester

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Mozart: Requiem, K. 626 (Süssmayr / Dutron 2016 Completion)

René Jacobs, RIAS Kammerchor & Freiburger Barockorchester

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: October 27, 2017

© ℗ 2017 harmonia mundi

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The First Dragoneer (2016 Modernized Format Edition) – M. R. Mathias

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The First Dragoneer (2016 Modernized Format Edition)

The Dragoneer Saga, no. 0

M. R. Mathias

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: August 18, 2010

Publisher: M. R. Mathias

Seller: Smashwords


When two young men go on a hunt that they know will be the last hunt of their youth, they decide they want it to be an unforgettable outing. When they cross a ridge leaving the protection of their kingdom behind, they find a cavern that looks like it needs to be explored. In the cavern they find exactly what they were looking for. In this stoney hole lives something they will never forget! The other titles in this series, have gone on to become International bestsellers. Book one The Royal Dragoneers, was nominated for the 2011 Locus Poll, and book six of the series, Blood and Royalty, won the 2015 Readers Favorite Award for Young Adult Action and Adventure.

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Ghostbusters (2016) – Paul Feig

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Ghostbusters (2016)

Paul Feig

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 11, 2016


Ghostbusters makes its long-awaited return with Director Paul Feig's unique and hilarious take on the classic, supernatural comedy, led by the freshest minds in comedy today, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, and Chris Hemsworth. Together they team-up to save Manhattan from a sudden invasion of spirits, spooks and slime that engulfs the city. Robert Abele of TheWrap says, "This new A-team of ghostbusters are fresh and funny."

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Scooby Apocalypse/Hanna-Barbera Preview Book (2016) #1 – Various Authors

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Scooby Apocalypse/Hanna-Barbera Preview Book (2016) #1

Various Authors

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 11, 2016

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Get a sneak peek at SCOOBY APOCALYPSE, FUTURE QUEST, WACKY RACELAND and THE FLINTSTONES with this FREE preview book! See what happens when SCOOBY-DOO and the Hanna-Barbera properties you know and love are paired with the best creators in comics and taken them to fresh and unexpected places that will appeal to old and new fans alike.

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Doctor Strange (2016) – Scott Derrickson

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Doctor Strange (2016)

Scott Derrickson

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 19.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 4, 2016


From Marvel comes Doctor Strange, the story of world-famous neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange, whose life changes forever after a horrific car accident robs him of the use of his hands. When traditional medicine fails him, he is forced to look for healing, and hope, in an unlikely place – a mysterious enclave known as Kamar-Taj. He quickly learns that this is not just a center for healing but also the front line of a battle against unseen dark forces bent on destroying our reality. Before long Strange – armed with newly acquired magical powers – is forced to choose whether to return to his old life or leave it all behind to defend the world as the most powerful sorcerer in existence.

© © 2016 Marvel

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Our View 2016 – Camden Rockport Middle School

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Our View 2016

Camden and Rockport, Maine as Photographed by the Eighth Grade Class of Camden-Rockport Middle School

Camden Rockport Middle School

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: December 12, 2016

Publisher: Camden Rockport Middle School

Seller: Ian Mckenzie


Our View 2016 is a photographic narrative of Camden and Rockport, Maine. All photographs were taken by eighth grade students at Camden-Rockport Middle School. This book is the end product of a multidisciplinary unit through which students explored topics of community, self-identity, and personal expression. We hope you enjoy this stunning collection of student photography.

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The Magnificent Seven (2016) – Antoine Fuqua

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The Magnificent Seven (2016)

Antoine Fuqua

Genre: Western

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: September 23, 2016


Director Antoine Fuqua brings his modern vision to a classic story in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures’ and Columbia Pictures’ The Magnificent Seven. With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the desperate townspeople, led by Emma Cullen (Haley Bennett), employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns – Sam Chisolm (Denzel Washington), Josh Farraday (Chris Pratt), Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio), Billy Rocks (Byung-Hun Lee), Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), and Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier). As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.

© © 2016 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN is a trademark of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Chris Brown Settles 2016 Assault Case

Chris Brown has decided to settle the lawsuit filed against him by Liziane Guiterrez in February of 2016.

TMZ is reporting that the “Beautiful People” singer chose to pay off Guiterrez for the alleged attack that took place at a Las Vegas hotel last year.

According to Liziane Gutierrez, she attended a private party at a Palms Hotel suite that Chris Brown was hosting and after she tried to snap a picture of him with her phone, Brown went off and punched her in the eye.

Even though the embattled singer was never charged with a crime and denied the allegations saying Guiterrez was “too ugly” to have even been allowed into one of his soirees, ultimately a settlement was reached and Brown can now move on from this situation.

As far as the amount of money that Guiterrez walked away with, no solid number has been announced. Originally she was seeking $ 70,000 but sources say she got “substantially less” than that.

Whether or not Chris was truly guilty of the charges is anyone’s guess, but Chris’ history of laying hands on women certainly didn’t help his cause. Hopefully, this will be a learning experience for CB and can finally get his priorities in life straight.

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Race (2016) – Stephen Hopkins

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Race (2016)

Stephen Hopkins

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: February 19, 2016


The incredible true story of Olympic legend Jesse Owens is vividly brought to life in Race. In his epic quest to be the greatest athlete in history, Owens (Stephan James, Selma) chooses to compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, where he must overcome not only elite competition, but also the brutal racial climate of Adolf Hitler's Germany. Also starring Jason Sudekis (We're the Millers) and Academy Award® winners Jeremy Irons and William Hurt, Race is a film about courage, determination, tolerance, friendship and trust that critics are calling "Movie magic!" (Brian Truitt, USA TODAY).

© © 2015 Focus Features. All Rights Reserved.

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Assassin’s Creed: Free Comic Book Day 2016 – Anthony Del Col, Conor McCreery, Fred Van Lente & Denis Calero

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Assassin’s Creed: Free Comic Book Day 2016

Anthony Del Col, Conor McCreery, Fred Van Lente & Denis Calero

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: February 15, 2017

Publisher: Titan Comics

Seller: Trajectory, Inc. (Books)


Enter the shadowy world of the Assassins and Templars, two feuding factions who have battled over the centuries to decide the course of humanity! TWO all-new short stories, written and illustrated by the creative teams of the regular comics, highlight a shocking event in the life of new Assassin Charlotte de la Cruz, and reveal the true extent of the mysterious Templar Black  Cross's terrifying skills! New readers or experienced fans: strap on your hidden blades, don your cowls, and blend into the crowd to discover secrets you won't read anywhere else!

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition – Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Athony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

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Bob’s Burgers FCBD 2016 Edition

Brian Hall, Justin Hook, Frank Forte, Athony Aguinaldo & Ryan Mattos

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: June 8, 2016

Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

Seller: Dynamic Forces, Inc.


The Belcher Family proudly celebrates this year's Free Comic Book Day event with three wild and zany adventures featuring those lovable scamps Tina, Gene, and Louise, plus guest stars Bob, Linda, and all your favorites from Bob's Burgers! It's the official Bob's Burgers comic book based on the fan-favorite (and Emmy Award-winning) Fox animated sitcom, jam-packed with the mouth-watering flavor that longtime fans and curious newcomers can enjoy!

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2016: The Art of the Deal – 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

2016: The Art of the Deal - 10 Years of Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

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Dance House Electro New Hits 2016 – Various Artists


Dance House Electro New Hits 2016
Various Artists

Release Date:
August 17, 2016
Total Songs:
40

Genre:
House

Price:
$ 9.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Ibiza Night Publishing Srl/Benvenuto di Bonizzoni


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The Accountant (2016) – Gavin O’Connor

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The Accountant (2016)

Gavin O’Connor

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: January 23, 2017


Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) is a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people. Behind the cover of a small-town CPA office, he works as a freelance accountant for some of the world’s most dangerous criminal organizations. With the Treasury Department’s Crime Enforcement Division, run by Ray King (J.K. Simmons), starting to close in, Christian takes on a legitimate client: a state-of-the-art robotics company where an accounting clerk (Anna Kendrick) has discovered a discrepancy involving millions of dollars. But as Christian uncooks the books and gets closer to the truth, it is the body count that starts to rise.

© © 2016 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and RatPac-Dune EntertainmentLLC.

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FCBD 2016 – DC Superhero Girls Special Edition (2016) #1 – Shea Fontana & Yancey Labat

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FCBD 2016 – DC Superhero Girls Special Edition (2016) #1

Shea Fontana & Yancey Labat

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 18, 2016

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Class is in session! Welcome to DC Super Hero High! DC Super Hero Girls is an exciting new universe of superhero storytelling that builds character and confidence and empowers girls to discover their true potential. This special FCBD issue features two exciting, action-packed stories from the upcoming original graphic novel DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: FINAL CRISIS that readers of all ages will enjoy. It's the day before finals and the student body is hard at work…and nothing is going right! Wonder Woman spars with Cheetah in gym class as Batgirl and Supergirl watch from the sidelines. In the next class, the girls sit next to an empty seat. Where could Supergirl be? Don't miss this chance to meet the students as they find out that fun, friendship and hard work are all part of growing up! 

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Suicide Squad (2016) – David Ayer

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Suicide Squad (2016)

David Ayer

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 19, 2016


It feels good to be bad… Assemble a team of the world's most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government's disposal, and send them off on a mission to defeat an enigmatic, insuperable entity. U.S. intelligence officer Amanda Waller has determined only a secretly convened group of disparate, despicable individuals with next to nothing to lose will do. However, once they realize they weren't picked to succeed but chosen for their patent culpability when they inevitably fail, will the Suicide Squad resolve to die trying, or decide it's every man for himself?

© SUICIDE SQUAD and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © DC Comics. © 2016 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC.

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Babymetal: Live at Tokyo Dome ~ Babymetal World Tour 2016 Legend – Metal Resistance – Black Night – BABYMETAL

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Babymetal: Live at Tokyo Dome ~ Babymetal World Tour 2016 Legend – Metal Resistance – Black Night

BABYMETAL

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 15.99

Release Date: April 12, 2017


“LIVE AT TOKYO DOME” features the incredible tour finale on September 19th and 20th in 2016 at Tokyo Dome, one of the biggest venues in all of Japan. Capture the extravagant performance by BABYMETAL and the extraordinary production that impressed a total of 110,000 devoted fans over a 2-night tour finale. The closing of Metal Resistance Chapter 4 features completely different setlists with no overlapping songs between RED NIGHT and BLACK NIGHT. RED NIGHT (Sep 19) comprises of songs mainly off of BABYMETAL’s second album METAL RESISTANCE, while BLACK NIGHT (Sep 20) mainly focuses on the first album with an even more powerful performance than ever before. Experience the phenomenal performance from this undeniably irresistible metal dance unit and follow them take over the world one country at a time.

© © 2017 AMUSE INC

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A State of Trance, Ibiza 2016 (Mixed by Armin van Buuren) – Armin van Buuren


A State of Trance, Ibiza 2016 (Mixed by Armin van Buuren)
Armin van Buuren

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
39

Genre:
Trance

Price:
$ 11.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Armada Music B.V.


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FCBD 2016 – Suicide Squad Special Edition (2016) #1 – Adam Glass, Federico Dallocchio & Ransom Getty

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FCBD 2016 – Suicide Squad Special Edition (2016) #1

Adam Glass, Federico Dallocchio & Ransom Getty

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 18, 2016

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Celebrate FCBD 2016 with this special edition of SUICIDE SQUAD #1! They're a team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous they're sheer suicide! Harley Quinn! Deadshot! King Shark! Defeated and imprisoned, they're being interrogated about their mission–and about who's pulling the strings behind this illegal operation.

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Doctor Who: Free Comic Book Day 2016 Comic – Robbie Morrison, Si Spurrier, Rob Williams, Nick Abadzis, Cavan Scott, Simon Fraser, Leonardo Romero, Eleonora Carlini, Mariano Laclaustra & Gary Caldwell

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Doctor Who: Free Comic Book Day 2016 Comic

Robbie Morrison, Si Spurrier, Rob Williams, Nick Abadzis, Cavan Scott, Simon Fraser, Leonardo Romero, Eleonora Carlini, Mariano Laclaustra & Gary Caldwell

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: July 4, 2016

Publisher: Titan

Seller: Trajectory, Inc. (Books)


Jump on board the TARDIS with FOUR all-new short tales of the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors! Whether you're a whizz with a Sonic Screwdriver or completely new to Who, this is the perfect Free Comic Book Day adventure for SF fans of all ages! Written and illustrated by the creative teams of the regular comics, this is the ideal place to start reading!

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Christine (2016) – Antonio Campos

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Christine (2016)

Antonio Campos

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: October 14, 2016


CHRISTINE is the story of a woman caught in the crosshairs of a spiraling personal life and career crisis. Christine, always the smartest person in the room at her local Florida news station, feels like she is destined for bigger things and is relentless in her pursuit of an on-air position in a larger market. As an aspiring newswoman with an eye for nuance and social justice, she finds herself constantly butting heads with her boss, who pushes for juicier stories that will drive up ratings. Plagued by self-doubt and a tumultuous home life, Christine’s diminishing hope begins to rise when an on-air co-worker initiates a friendship which ultimately becomes yet another unrequited love. Disillusioned as her world continues to close in on her, Christine takes a dark and surprising turn. Based on true events, director Antonio Campos’ intimate and sensitive portrait of a woman on the brink is grounded by Rebecca Hall’s impeccable and transformative performance as Christine. Rounding out the supporting cast are superlative performances by Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”), Tracy Letts (“Homeland,” Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright), Maria Dizzia (“Orange Is The New Black”), Timothy Simons (“Veep”) and J. Smith-Cameron (“Margaret”).

© © 2016 Fresh Jade Limited

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DCE Essentials Catalog 2016 – DC Comics

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DCE Essentials Catalog 2016

DC Comics

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: February 16, 2016

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


This catalog has been specifically built to help guide new comics readers to the most accessible entry points in DC Universe, then moves them on to spotlights and reading order for some of the world’s most recognizable characters. DC Entertainment has long been the home of the genre’s most seminal graphic novels, from such groundbreaking titles as WATCHMEN, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE and THE SANDMAN to present-day masterworks BATMAN: EARTH ONE and INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US VOL. 1. The DC Essential Graphic Novels catalog has revised its expansive look into our rich library for 2016, with updated reading lists featuring graphic novels starring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Justice League, as well as the best collections from Vertigo and MAD. In addition to these iconic stars, we’ve also rounded up which books will get you more of the superheroes you love from TV hits like The Flash, Arrow and Gotham.

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Batman #1: Batman Day Special Edition (2016) – Tom King & David Finch

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Batman #1: Batman Day Special Edition (2016)

Tom King & David Finch

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: September 17, 2016

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Celebrate Batman Day 2016 with a FREE best-selling, critically acclaimed comic! Breakout author Tom King and superstar artist David Finch team up for this action-packed REBIRTH punch! “I Am Gotham” Chapter One: No one has ever stopped the Caped Crusader. Not the Joker. Not Two-Face. Not even the entire Justice League. But how does Batman confront a new hero who wants to save the city from the Dark Knight?

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The Boy (2016) – William Brent Bell

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The Boy (2016)

William Brent Bell

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 22, 2016


The Boy is a frightening thrill ride directed by William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside) and starring Lauren Cohan (The Walking Dead). Greta (Cohan) is a young American woman who takes a job as a nanny in a remote English village. She soon discovers that the family’s 8-year-old is a life-sized doll that they care for just like a real boy, as a way to cope with the death of their son 20 years prior. After violating a list of strict rules, a series of disturbing and inexplicable events bring Greta’s worst nightmare to life, leading her to believe that the doll is actually alive.

© © 2015 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Babymetal: Live at Tokyo Dome ~ Babymetal World Tour 2016 Legend – Metal Resistance – Red Night – BABYMETAL

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Babymetal: Live at Tokyo Dome ~ Babymetal World Tour 2016 Legend – Metal Resistance – Red Night

BABYMETAL

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 15.99

Release Date: April 12, 2017


“LIVE AT TOKYO DOME” features the incredible tour finale on September 19th and 20th in 2016 at Tokyo Dome, one of the biggest venues in all of Japan. Capture the extravagant performance by BABYMETAL and the extraordinary production that impressed a total of 110,000 devoted fans over a 2-night tour finale. The closing of Metal Resistance Chapter 4 features completely different setlists with no overlapping songs between RED NIGHT and BLACK NIGHT. RED NIGHT (Sep 19) comprises of songs mainly off of BABYMETAL’s second album METAL RESISTANCE, while BLACK NIGHT (Sep 20) mainly focuses on the first album with an even more powerful performance than ever before. Experience the phenomenal performance from this undeniably irresistible metal dance unit and follow them take over the world one country at a time.

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Dj Box August 2016 – Paul Oakenfold


Dj Box August 2016
Paul Oakenfold

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
10

Genre:
Trance

Price:
$ 5.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 Perfecto Records


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The Girl On the Train (2016) – Tate Taylor

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The Girl On the Train (2016)

Tate Taylor

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: October 7, 2016


The Girl on the Train is based on Paula Hawkins’ bestselling thriller that shocked the world. Rachel (Emily Blunt), devastated by her recent divorce, spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day. Everything changes when she sees something shocking happen there, and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.

© © 2016 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Summer Pop Reggae Songs 2016 – Various Artists


Summer Pop Reggae Songs 2016
Various Artists

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
19

Genre:
Reggae

Price:
$ 10.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 FM Records LLC


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Passengers (2016) – Morten Tyldum

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Passengers (2016)

Morten Tyldum

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 21, 2016


Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt star in a high-stakes adventure about two passengers, Jim and Aurora, onboard a spaceship transporting them to a new life on another planet. The trip takes a deadly turn when their hibernation pods mysteriously wake them 90 years before they reach their destination. As they try to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction, they begin to fall for each other only to discover that the ship itself is in grave danger. With the lives of 5000 sleeping passengers at stake, only Jim and Aurora can save them all.

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The Killers may release new music by end of 2016

Lead singer Brandon Flowers of US band The KillersBrandon Flowers of The Killers said in a new interview that the band is in the early stages of writing a new album, with a possible release by the end of next year.



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ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo Pre-Fall 2016

Tony Melillo referred to his latest pre-fall collection as “grunge-luxe.” His lineup of languid sweaters, wide-leg trousers and graphic, Modish minidresses oozed an understated, wearable ease; one that was undone but never messy. Silk blouses, tailored jackets and jumpsuits in sandy neutral tones were finished with oversize breast pockets, riffing on subtle utilitarian themes. Relaxed silhouettes came updated in textural fabrics — such as a large cardigan in a gauzy tape yarn and a few camisoles and skirts in crushed velvet — and were toughened up when paired with leather miniskirts and jackets.

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Corinne Foxx, Daughter of Jamie Foxx, Named Miss Golden Globe 2016


The 21-year-old USC senior and model follows in the footsteps of Greer Grammer, Sosie Bacon and Rumer Willis.

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Corinne Foxx Named Miss Golden Globe 2016

Corinne
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100 Top House Workout Mixes 2016 – Workout Trance


100 Top House Workout Mixes 2016
Workout Trance

Release Date:
November 10, 2015
Total Songs:
101

Genre:
Fitness & Workout

Price:
$ 9.99

Copyright
℗ 2015 Trancercise


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Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives’ Headed To Dallas & Potomac In 2016

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Public School Pre-Fall 2016

DUBAI — Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School took their pre-fall show to Dubai, showing Monday night in a specially constructed space at the Dubai Design District with a view of the world’s tallest building.
The designers described the collection as a contrast between technology and nature. “It’s about where they meet and the idea of permanence in nature giving way to this fleeting platform of new ideas and the constant demand for newness,” said Chow. “It’s an interesting contrast that we played with, especially to do this here in Dubai which is essentially a new city just plopped here in the middle of the desert.”
The natural elements in the collection included Japanese Shibori print jackets with ethnic-inspired necklines. “We used the idea of traditional indigo dyeing, but playing with it in our way, mixing with sports tailoring. The jackets were contrasted with sports stripes hanging from the arm,” said Osborne.
The collection also brought mesh to the top layer of pieces, using a two-tone mesh fabric of navy and white, creating a 3D effect when layered over the Shibori print. “We’ve always had it as an underpinning of mesh in our collections, but using it this way was a

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Public School Pre-Fall 2016

DUBAI — Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School took their pre-fall show to Dubai, showing Monday night in a specially constructed space at the Dubai Design District with a view of the world’s tallest building.
The designers described the collection as a contrast between technology and nature. “It’s about where they meet and the idea of permanence in nature giving way to this fleeting platform of new ideas and the constant demand for newness,” said Chow. “It’s an interesting contrast that we played with, especially to do this here in Dubai which is essentially a new city just plopped here in the middle of the desert.”
The natural elements in the collection included Japanese Shibori print jackets with ethnic-inspired necklines. “We used the idea of traditional indigo dyeing, but playing with it in our way, mixing with sports tailoring. The jackets were contrasted with sports stripes hanging from the arm,” said Osborne.
The collection also brought mesh to the top layer of pieces, using a two-tone mesh fabric of navy and white, creating a 3D effect when layered over the Shibori print. “We’ve always had it as an underpinning of mesh in our collections, but using it this way was a

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Public School Pre-Fall 2016

DUBAI — Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School took their pre-fall show to Dubai, showing Monday night in a specially constructed space at the Dubai Design District with a view of the world’s tallest building.
The designers described the collection as a contrast between technology and nature. “It’s about where they meet and the idea of permanence in nature giving way to this fleeting platform of new ideas and the constant demand for newness,” said Chow. “It’s an interesting contrast that we played with, especially to do this here in Dubai which is essentially a new city just plopped here in the middle of the desert.”
The natural elements in the collection included Japanese Shibori print jackets with ethnic-inspired necklines. “We used the idea of traditional indigo dyeing, but playing with it in our way, mixing with sports tailoring. The jackets were contrasted with sports stripes hanging from the arm,” said Osborne.
The collection also brought mesh to the top layer of pieces, using a two-tone mesh fabric of navy and white, creating a 3D effect when layered over the Shibori print. “We’ve always had it as an underpinning of mesh in our collections, but using it this way was a

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Romona Keveza Bridal Fall 2016

Romona Keveza has successfully been able to design two bridal labels with distinctively different points of view — both of which she showed this season in her intimate penthouse overlooking Rockefeller Plaza. Legends Romona Keveza was up first. Here, she focused on timeless pieces that are convertible, allowing the bride to have two individual looks: elegant, classic gowns perfect for the wedding ceremony — and a sexy party number when the overskirt is removed. In looks ranging from whimsical to sleek, Keveza worked her hand with delicate lace, frothy tulle and beautiful re-embroidered lace appliqués. Among the sea of white, she also gave a nod to love with a bold red corset gown in garden lace.
 
The designer continued her bold approach with her Romona Keveza Collection line. Here, she worked her voluminous gowns in painterly Tuscan garden prints that were unexpected and quite beautiful. For the more traditional bride, she showed ethereal goddess gowns, while for the modern bride she offered styles with clean architectural lines and metal belts. Keveza also channeled an aristocratic vibe with classic Chantilly lace gowns featuring intricate beading and crystal buttons.

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Electric EEL’s Zachary Goode Nominated for 2016 XBIZ Exec Award

Electric EEL National Sales Manager Zachary Goode has earned a nomination for Business Development Executive of the Year at the 2016 XBIZ Executive Awards.
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Eldorado Nominated for 3 XBIZ 2016 Exec Awards

Eldorado, a distributor of adult toys, party supplies and lingerie, has announced that three of its executive team members have been nominated for the XBIZ 2016 Executive Awards.
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Ratchet & Clank (2016) Clank Gameplay

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A glimpse at Ratchet & Clank on PS4 bestows us with several new Clank mechanics and some glorious HD nuts & bolts.
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Sam Hunt And Eric Church To Headline 2016 Big Barrel Country Fest

Sam Hunt, Eric Church, and Brad Paisley will headline the 2016 Big Barrel Country Festival which takes over the Woodlands of Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware from June 24 to 26. “Big Barrel Country Music Festival is a chance to kick back with friends and family, drop the tailgate, pop open a cold one and enjoy three days of America’s favorite country artists.”
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XBIZ is pleased to announce the finalist nominees for the retail industry edition of the 2016 XBIZ Exec Awards.
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Philippines Fashion Meets Tokyo RTW Spring 2016

This season marked the first time that designers from the Philippines presented their collections during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo. While each of the three brands’ offerings varied greatly, common themes were sustainable materials and inspiration from the natural world.
 
It’s rare for an accessory brand to be capable of standing alone in a runway show, but Ken Samudio’s pieces were bold enough to pull focus away from any clothes his models were wearing. The former marine biologist and college professor presented multidimensional statement necklaces, cuffs and clutches made from recycled plastic drink bottles to mimic coral reefs and creatures of the sea.
 
Also inspired by sea life, John Herrera’s collection focused on bioluminescence, the phenomenon that makes some underwater creatures glow in the dark. Black minidresses trimmed in bright orange and green ruffles shared the runway with several all-black pieces, such as a floor-length coat and a series of ponchos. Body-hugging dresses with supersheer panels left very little to the imagination, creating a sexiness that at times felt forced.
 
Renan Pacson showed black and white streetwear with Escher-inspired geometric prints. He used high-tech fabrics such as mesh, jersey and a metallic bronze bonded-plastic material to create lightweight sleeveless tops, hooded coats, pants and

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Natasha Zinko RTW Spring 2016

Saying she was “interested in the idea of power and vulnerability,” Natasha Zinko played a game of contrasts for spring 2016, pitting athletic references against the sensuality of beautiful lingerie.
 
The designer’s corset dresses had whipstitching on the sides, a short coat in the softest red leather resembled a kimono jacket with its obi belt, and a nude satin duster featured red “go-faster” inserts.

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Onitsuka Tiger x Andrea Pompilio RTW Spring 2016

Abstract photo prints, bold stripes and a botanical line drawing covered much of Andrea Pompilio’s collection for Japanese sportswear brand Onitsuka Tiger. While the only colors the designer used were red, white and black, he played with different textiles for an updated, athletic-meets-street look.
 
Pompilio sent out coats and jackets in a raw-edged, feltlike material, while T-shirts and cowl-neck minidresses were done in a high-tech jersey. He also used mesh, attaching it to the hems of tops or at the low necklines and backs of long, sexy jersey dresses with extreme slits up both legs.
 
Accessories were an important part of the offering, with most looks featuring a lanyard holding what looked like a luggage tag. Bags, from backpacks to duffels, were far cooler than your standard gym bag, while still looking very functional. In his finale, Pompilio showed branded surf boards and swimwear that mixed style and function — making it perfect for lounging on the beach as well as swimming laps.

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American Voices: Obama: Troops To Stay In Afghanistan Past 2016

Though he originally pledged to remove all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, Obama announced this week that 5,500 ground troops would remain through the end of his presidency and beyond, likely in an attempt to prevent the resurgence of Taliban forces or the rise of ISIS. What do you think?




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10 Winning Red Carpet Looks Straight Off the Spring 2016 Runways

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Awards season might be a few months away, but the demand for attention-grabbing red carpet dresses isn’t slowing down in the meantime. Thankfully, the Spring collections provided enough glamorous options to take Hollywood’s A-list through to the Golden Globes in January. As far as trends go, sheer dressing proved to be popular at Alexander McQueen, Carolina Herrera, and Dior, while Chanel, Erdem, and Giambattista Valli all showed modern updates on the floral dress. Riccardo Tisci’s lingerie-inspired collection for Givenchy—a look from which we’ve already spied on Cate Blanchett—is destined to carry many a starlet along the path to Oscar night.

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Fashion Hong Kong RTW Spring 2016

Sponsored by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, this group show brought together the collections of five brands in a bid to boost their exposure in Japan.
 
Highlights included Polly Ho’s label Loom Loop, which went on a playful romp with colorful tunics and bird-print leggings accessorized with paper crowns; Lulu Cheung, who showed chic, ladylike looks such as a sleeveless yellow top made from fluttering fabric petals and slim cigarette pants; and Kathy Lam Studio, which offered pretty dresses, including a pleated floral number.
 
Chailie Ho presented frothy and somewhat dated-looking chiffon eveningwear as well as a sequence of items — including a body-hugging dress for her and pants for him — in a Lisa Frank-style unicorn print. On the zanier side, Koyo designer Koyo William applied abstract swirl prints onto a men’s jumpsuit and a sheer dress, with kooky makeshift moon boots rounding out his styling.

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Oscar de la Renta Bridal Fall 2016

Peter Copping infused his gorgeous bridal collection with a ready-to-wear influence, reinterpreting styles from his spring 2016 runway with a bridal twist — and a particular focus on separates. Case in point: an elegant silk faille trumpet gown with a Chantilly lace bustier covered in organza “petals” drew from a similar style from Copping’s spring collection, seen there in a black cocktail version. Delicate embroidery — such as pearls, pale pink floral appliqués, sequins and bugle beads stitched together to create flower shapes — covered sheer bateau necklines and voluminous ballskirts, creating a soft, ethereal and distinctly feminine mood. A couple of sheer lace tops, done in short-sleeve and halter versions with ribbon ties, could be styled over column gowns or worn on their own with Copping’s frothy tulle skirts, one of them covered in hand-cut rosettes.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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New Gorillaz Album To Be Released In 2016

Gorillaz collaborator Jamie Hewlett has confirmed that he and Damon Albarn are working on the group’s next album, with the release scheduled for 2016. “That’s [due]next year,” Hewlett told DIY. “I’m working on it at the moment, and it’s going very well. “I’m very excited. I don’t want to say too much about it, but I’m at that phase of experimentation.”
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New Gorillaz Album To Be Released In 2016

Gorillaz collaborator Jamie Hewlett has confirmed that he and Damon Albarn are working on the group’s next album, with the release scheduled for 2016. “That’s [due]next year,” Hewlett told DIY. “I’m working on it at the moment, and it’s going very well. “I’m very excited. I don’t want to say too much about it, but I’m at that phase of experimentation.”
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Berta Bridal Fall 2016

Berta Balilti sees her bride as a strong, confident woman who wants to look sexy — but still classy — on her special day. The designer delivered that combination in an opulent fall Berta bridal collection shown in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel, a setting befitting her ornately regal gowns inspired by the aristocratic women of Western Europe. The focus was on body-skimming lace sheath gowns with the slightest flare hem, adorned with shimmering paillettes, intricate embroidery, timeless pearls or dazzling crystals — and, at times, all of them at once. To amp up the sensual appeal, Balilti showed looks with bare backs and plunging necklines, but also offered dramatic capes, voluminous tulle detachable skirts and intricate bolero jackets for brides who prefer to cover up for the ceremony.

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Paris on the Move: The Spring 2016 Collections

The spring collections in Paris wound down with designers transporting us to places both familiar and exotic — from Karl Lagerfeld’s chic ode to air travel at Chanel to Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli’s exquisite Africa-inspired realm at Valentino.

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Mint Designs RTW Spring 2016

Gardens are hardly an original source of inspiration, but Nao Yagi and Hokuto Katsui managed to make the concept feel fresh and whimsical for spring. The show opened with a series of casual dresses and separates in a cartoonlike floral pattern. This print was first shown in black and white, and then in a silver version that lent a modern, almost Space Age feel to the clothes.
 
Silhouettes were slightly less flowy and oversize than some of Mint Designs’ previous collections, yet were still easy and unrestrictive. Dresses and skirts featured sheer pleated panels attached at the waist, and asymmetric details became more prominent with movement.
 
But the textiles were what really stood out in this show. A silver checked jacquard with brightly colored, outsize tulips woven into it was particularly eye-catching, whether it was used all over in a modern shift dress or peeking out from between pleats or under half-undone zippers. Another thick jacquard looked soft and wearable in boxy short-sleeve tops, an A-line skirt with diagonal zippers and even a little girl’s coat.

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Gustavo Cadile Bridal Fall 2016

For his second bridal collection, Gustavo Cadile fused romance and sensuality in slinkier, more body-conscious silhouettes than in his debut lineup. There were eight new styles, including a floral silk jacquard mermaid skirt offered with either a sleeveless cropped top or a sheer, long-sleeve jacket covered in sparkling floral appliqués — both options equally luxurious and modern. The New York-based Argentinian designer, who has designed a collection of eveningwear for seven years, showed his Latin roots by infusing the looks with a sexy flair, as in a column gown with a ruffled train and a sheer mesh, illusion bustier neckline.

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Alon Livné White Bridal Fall 2016

For his fall bridal lineup, Alon Livné channeled the 19th century Russian ballet, in particular, the symbolic swan, which he reinterpreted via lace embroidery. “I love how delicate and beautiful [the swan] is, but at the same time so strong and powerful,” said Livné, who delivered that sentiment in sexy, shimmering gowns that showcased the body via illusion mesh and plunging necklines. A few silhouettes, including a column with bell sleeves, recalled the Twenties, while another gown riffed on the Edwardian with a high-neck and long sleeves. Intricate latticework and lace patterns adorned with pearls, metallic beads, ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals upped the collection’s glamour quotient.

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Anna Maier Bridal Fall 2016

Charles W. Bunstine II recently visited the archives at Maison Lesage, the Paris-based couture embroidery studio owned by Chanel since 2002, and collaborated with Lesage artisans on embroideries for his fall bridal collection. He also drew inspiration from the cliché moods of Parisian women — confident, powerful, sensual — which was reflected in a diverse range of gown silhouettes, most of them sleek and body-conscious with architectural seaming in lightweight floral French lace and envers satin. Bunstine’s long-sleeved, high-neck gowns in allover stretch lace hit the right balance between sexy and covered-up.

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Rivini by Rita Vinieris Bridal Fall 2016

There was a nip in the air at Rivini as Rita Vinieris looked to the first frost for inspiration. Backstage, the designer described her interpretation of winter as “a transparent veil glistening in nature.” To that end, she used sparkle to create depth through airy layers, placing delicate lace over metallic tulle. Key styles included a metallic organza top over a high-low ballgown skirt embellished with 3-D florals, and a deconstructed gown with layers of translucent tulle and Chantilly lace panels. Before the runway presentation, Vinieris showcased several of her lower-priced gowns under the Alyne label. Here she focused on beautiful yet traditional silhouettes, such as a corset gown with circular spiral layers.

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Paris Spring 2016 Trend: Lingerie-Inspired Looks

Sleep no more? Chiffon, satin and lace — along with lots of skin — were all over the Paris runways as lingerie-inspired slipdresses, baby-doll minidresses, sheer nightshirts, rompers and lacy T-shirts with built-in molded bra cups went from in the bedroom to on-trend.

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Yumi Katsura Bridal Fall 2016

In her 50th year in bridal, Yumi Katsura proved she enjoys staying true to who she is as a designer. Through an interpreter, Katsura called her gowns “modern classics with a couture hand” and said her philosophy is to make Japanese brides look gorgeous and graceful. Expanding that concept on a global scale, she offered both Eastern and Western silhouettes. In a nod to her homeland, Katsura showed kimono-style dresses and featured prints with traditional Japanese landscapes as well as bird, dragon and butterfly motifs — with the strongest looks being the beautiful painterly floral gowns, which were voluminous and romantic. Also notable was an ombré gown with 3-D floral appliqués. Katsura then showed a range of white dresses, from princess gowns to flirty short numbers. All were classically bridal with delicate lace, layers of frothy tulle and intricate pearl and crystal beading.

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Austin Scarlett Bridal Fall 2016

In an intimate presentation, Austin Scarlett showcased his well-edited fall bridal collection. Inspired by the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park, Scarlett aimed to balance the formality of Manhattan with the organic beauty of a flower — and he did. The botanical theme came through in a chic and modern way with 3-D flower embroideries on a sexy trumpet gown with side cutouts and a strapless ballgown in hand-painted floral. There were also touches of soft pink in the lineup, as in a tulle mermaid gown with pink folded-tulle banding and flounced train. For the more minimalist girl, Scarlett offered a simple yet elegant column-front trumpet gown in silk radzmir with detachable off-the-shoulder straps.

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Tokyo Designer Inspirations Spring 2016

Architects, Africa, artisans and emotions all provided a spark for the creators of some of Japan’s leading fashion brands as Tokyo Fashion Week for spring 2016 gets underway.

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Jean-Ralph Thurin Bridal Fall 2016

Jean-Ralph Thurin poured on the glitz and glamour for fall, starting with the collection’s opening look: a gold tulle ballgown covered in lace medallion embroidery with a crystallized bodice. And yet it was the more restrained looks that made the most impact, such as a wool crepe strapless gown with a fox-fur collared cape, hitting just the right mark for the season. A cap-sleeve mermaid gown with a U-neckline and metallic beaded accents was another elegant choice.

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Pronovias Bridal Fall 2016

For Pronovias’ first runway show in New York, designer Hervé Moreau was inspired by stories of different women with different types of bodies. Using lightweight fabrics such as Chantilly lace and silk Mikado to emphasize fluidity and movement, he celebrated the female form in sensual mermaid silhouettes cut close to the body, many with elongated trains and sexy, open backs. The show encompassed looks from the company’s signature collection as well as the Atelier Pronovias label, the latter notable for a few crisp, modern looks in silk crepe, some with sheer mesh and intricately embroidered bodices. Even Moreau’s ballgowns — of which there were only a few — evoked a spirit of lightness.

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Marchesa Bridal Fall 2016

“We were quite playful this time,” said Keren Craig of her and Georgina Chapman’s Marchesa bridal collection for fall, talking specifically about a pleated tulle and lace peplum dress with a detachable skirt that revealed a sleeker silhouette beneath. The duo focused on the fine details, working metallic embroidery, mother-of-pearl beading and 3-D floral appliqués onto slinky A-line and fishtail gowns in a gorgeous, frothy lineup. Plunging necklines and high slits gave some looks a sultry appeal — an embroidered lace bustier dress with a sheer back was a prime example — but the duo also offered their customer more traditional ballgowns done strapless or with sleeves and opulently bejeweled bodices. The atmospheric presentation, held in a lofty studio overlooking the Hudson River as the sun set, worked perfectly in tandem with the collection’s dreamy romanticism.

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Spring 2016 Makeup Trend to Try Now: Eyelash Art

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Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal Fall 2016

Dennis Basso envisioned an international woman for his latest bridal collection for Kleinfeld, infusing a diverse range of looks with sophisticated flair. “Years ago, there was a mind-set of one specific bridal look,” he said during a walk-through of the collection. Not so this season. Citing a more modern approach, Basso made sure there was something for every bride, offering minimalist styles — such as a chic tailored strapless silk mikado tuxedo dress with a back bow — as well as more embellished, traditional ballgowns. The gorgeous finale look, a textured ivory silk jacquard short-sleeve ballgown, was also the most interesting. Basso also rendered it in a flirty sleeveless version with a short pleated skirt for a bride who opts to change post-ceremony.

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Janet Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A Nominated for 2016 Rock Hall of Fame

Janet Jackson, Chic, The Smiths, Nine Inch Nails and N.W.A are among the 15 finalists on this year’s ballot for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,…
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John Galliano RTW Spring 2016

The John Galliano label’s recent transition to a premium contemporary line appears to have been a smart move. Aiming for a younger, street-savvier consumer, Bill Gaytten channeled the energy of London to delightful effect for spring, showing khaki mesh parkas next to cute ruffled skirts, for instance. He also played with transparencies on skinny lace dresses, which he layered over same-fabric bustiers and polka-dot pantyhose.
 
The lingerie feeling continued on girly tutu numbers — minus the tulle — which kept the looks surprisingly sporty, even though most of this spirited lineup leaned toward party rather than work. Usually a fan of gimmicks-meet-glamour, Gaytten stayed clear of costly embellishments, restraining himself to tasteful bead embroideries and a series of feathered Bobby helmets conceived by Stephen Jones for the show, which furthered the English theme. As The Beatles’ “Twist and Shout” played though the loudspeakers, the dynamic show marked a promising new beginning for the beleaguered brand.

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Roland Mouret RTW Spring 2016

Roland Mouret marked the 10th anniversary of his signature Galaxy dress with a limited-edition capsule collection of seven pieces inspired by the tailored hourglass silhouette, including a jacket and a jumpsuit with the same angular neckline. The capsule went on sale online after the designer’s spring show in Paris, which ended with models wearing Galaxy dresses in nine colors, including navy, mustard, coral pink and mint green. The collection will also be available through select retailers, including Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Printemps, Selfridges and Tsum.
 
Mouret has previously said he doesn’t want to be defined by the Galaxy, which has been worn by celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson and Cameron Diaz. But he is also mindful of commercial considerations. “It’s the dress that allowed me to enter the fashion bible, and for that alone, I have to be respectful of that dress and respectful of the woman who wears it,” he said backstage.
 
The anniversary had him thinking back to when he was 10 years old and first became aware of fashion through a French TV program called “Aujourd’hui Madame.” Those memories inspired precisely tailored outfits in Seventies-tinged floral or leaf motifs, many featuring folded or cutout necklines. He also worked graphic contrasts, such

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Akris RTW Spring 2016

There’s always a risk when fashion designers take inspiration from architecture, particularly of stiffness or awkward volumes.
 
This season, Akris designer Albert Kriemler went gaga for acclaimed Japanese practitioner Sou Fujimoto, perhaps best known by the fashion crowd for designing the cloudlike Serpentine Gallery pavilion in London in 2013, and a shopping center in the Miami Design District, all vivid blue glass.
 
The pleasant surprise was that this was one of Kriemler’s breeziest collections in years, as he transposed Fujimoto’s grid patterns and transparency onto sleek fit-and-flare dresses, snazzy shirt-and-shorts combos and spare tailoring.
 
The show opened with the perforated roof of the future House of Hungarian Music in Budapest echoed on white cotton shirts and Bermuda shorts, with some in the audience murmuring about a resemblance, given the brand’s roots in St. Gallen, Switzerland, to Swiss cheese. In fact, the cutouts looked equally scrumptious on sleek jersey dresses and A-line mesh skirts — longer hemlines gaining importance this European season.
 
The show progressed in segments, drawing on details from specific Fujimoto projects. A sheath dress and coat in rows of cork with a few squares of transparency too closely resembled a wooden house in the forest. But between the languid silk crepe pantsuits,

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Alexander McQueen RTW Spring 2016

Maidens, fair ladies, goddesses, princesses — Sarah Burton had the cast of fairytale heroines, fragile and strong, covered in her stunning spring collection. It was the stuff of girlhood fantasies, except even the wildest dreams rarely imagine clothes so beautiful.
 
The collection was based on a reality from the distant past: the Huguenots, the persecuted French Protestant sect that fled France in the late 17th century and settled in Spitalfields in London. Many were trained silk weavers who brought their craft with them, eventually building Spitalfields into a stronghold of the silk industry. Burton paid homage to their artisan prowess, quite possibly outdoing it with couture-level shredded silk faille floral jacquard; silk taffeta with naturalistic floral fil coupe jacquards; embroidered leather, and French lace worked into tulle with patterns of doves and trellises of flowers woven in. Flowers were essential effects. Apparently, the Huguenots arrived in London with little more than bulbs and seeds in their pockets, planting them to grow inner city gardens.
 
Burton garment-washed many of the pieces to give them a tactile softness and angelic sense of decay underscored by the predominantly pale palette of white, blush and pastel petal tones. “I wanted everything to feel very, very feminine.

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Rod Stewart Announces 2016 U.K. Tour Dates

Rod Stewart has announced a new U.K. tour for the summer of 2016. Starting in Norwich on June 4, Stewart’s new tour will take him to the likes of Plymouth, Southampton, Cardiff, Kilmarnock and Inverness. The eight-date stadium summer tour will be in support of his 29th studio album, Another Country, which is set for an October 23 release.
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Nina Ricci RTW Spring 2016

Guillaume Henry thinks about Nina Ricci the brand as a woman. “Of course Nina Ricci is a woman’s name and I always try to ask, ‘who is that woman?’, the designer said backstage before the show, noting that he wanted the spring collection to build on the classics tinged with melancholy he introduced with his debut fall show. “I wanted her to be a little more sensual, like the second time you meet someone.”
 
The collection gave the impression that Henry is still getting acquainted with this woman he has in mind, as well as the turf that comes with helming a luxury label. The tony, bourgeois traditionalism of the silhouettes implied an adult chicness more seductive than last season as Henry infused the lineup with sheer, blouses, spare apron dresses and an abundance of shine via patent leather and lacquered fabrics. Two of his key references were Romy Schneider in the Seventies and Nineties minimalism.
 
The plainer, the better. Squarely tailored coats and miniskirts in shiny patent ostrich leather and two wrap leather dresses, one olive, one red, with wide open V necklines and gathered waists were strong examples of alluring, womanly polish. Henry’s attempts at elevating the minimal and traditional,

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Alessandra Rich RTW Spring 2016

Alessandra Rich is up to something clever in eveningwear. The very word conjures a bygone era of formality and stuffy cocktail parties with passed hors d’oeuvres, but Rich’s approach brings back the fun and exuberance of nouveau riche while making it look new.
 
She named her spring collection “Dolores,” concocting a story about a young girl who runs away to marry a guy she just met. “I imagine her to be from Honduras, or I don’t know, South America, and she has these cheap plastic flowers in her hair and her trenchcoat on,” said Rich. “She’s ready.”
 
The trench came in black, white and fuschia silk Moiré — your grandmother’s favorite fancy fabric —  which Rich breathed life and wit into, using it on the sleeves of an embroidered denim jacket and an improbably chic jumpsuit suit. “It looks like someone working at a petrol station,” she said.
 
Putting a playfully stylish spin on stuff that has major tacky potential is Rich’s knack. Her signature dress silhouette — tight, tea-length with a godet skirt — came off the shoulder with a V-neck trimmed in a big ruffle, and off the shoulder with big pouf sleeves. It was treated in lace, paillettes, taffeta and even denim. There was a great denim coatdress

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Baby Bjorn Chic: Models Actually Wore Other Models in Rick Owens’ Spring 2016 Show

We're all about women's empowerment here at Glamour, but we've never seen it expressed quite like designer Rick Owens did on his Paris runway on Thursday. The California-born, Paris-based designer known as the Lord of…


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Lutz Huelle RTW Spring 2016

Lutz Huelle played with the idea of multipurpose clothing for spring. He put his draping skills to the test by granting trenches a little action around the shoulders and waist, in effect inching them close to dress territory.
 
He spun the idea further with handsome elongated men’s wear-inspired white shirts — cut out or pleated for extra visual effect — as well as a pair of fringed black blazers that channeled Charleston dresses with Roaring Twenties attitude.
 

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Balenciaga RTW Spring 2016

No choked-back tears; no drama. Backstage after Alexander Wang’s last show for Balenciaga, everyone seemed happy. (Wang had just chronicled his final runway-sprint bow for the house via selfie). François-Henri Pinault and Salma Hayek offered him smiling congratulations; he in turn thanked Pinault profusely and said, “I feel like I’ve graduated; it’s the last day of school.”
 
At first thought, odd phrasing; Balenciaga rings more pinnacle than proving ground. But then, what better way for a still-young designer to broaden his range, deepen his skill set and learn, than by clocking three years at a place with the resources and institutional creative rigor of the storied house.
 
The collection with which Wang closed his Balenciaga chapter gave evidence of such; it was the most ornate and decorative of his career — but decorative his way. It was about lingerie dressing in a single color, off-white, for cottons, silks and linens, but with an undone countenance and a street attitude, for the girl edgy enough (whose feet are calloused enough) to wear little-nothing lace bedroom slippers on urban streets.
 
The girliness, the sensuality, the intricately wrought delivery of boudoir-chic tropes were different for Wang, but he made them his own. Since his arrival at

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Tom Ford RTW Spring 2016

Tom Ford is rethinking the traditional fashion show concept with a little help from Lady Gaga and Soul Train.
 
Watch: Lady Gaga Stars in the Tom Ford Spring 2016 Video

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Haider Ackermann RTW Spring 2016

Blasts of disco smoke and churning techno announced a new, more tough-minded direction for Haider Ackermann. His fast-paced show packed a punch with its acid colors and punk splashes of white paint — a reprieve from the glacial, contemplative parades of yore.
 
“A gang of girls, but each one an individual,” the designer said backstage, describing a wish to convey a “strong” look for a “strange” world. His gang members strode out mostly in cool, low-slung pants similar to the ones in his terrific spring men’s collection. Her boyish trousers came in glossy satins, colorful shantung, rugged leather, shredded patchworks or black wool with grosgrain waistbands.
 
Pointy boots accentuated the rock ‘n’ roll mood, as did cropped leather biker jackets and vests, while tender touches included chiffon blouses with tight rows of frothy ruffles ringing the arms or the neck, or lined up on jabots. He poured his most girlish gang members into sinuous fishtail tank dresses in lustrous silks and pane velvets.
 
While Ackerman’s buddy Tilda Swinton was not in attendance, her turn in “Only Lovers Left Alive,” the 2013 Jim Jarmusch vampire film, echoed the mood of show. His pale models, some veiled and with bits of troll doll hair jutting

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American Voices: World Could Face 2016 Coffee Shortage

Due to a combination of rising demand for the beverage among developed countries and the negative impact drought has had on growing coffee beans in Brazil, experts warn that a global coffee shortage is a distinct possibility heading into 2016. What do you think?




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Wanda Nylon RTW Spring 2016

Johanna Senyk sent a wide array of looks down her first ready-to-wear runway show for Wanda Nylon, with some — such as a gray jersey dress with a cutout back — veering sharply away from the label’s traditional focus on water-repellent fabrics. Even the format sent a message of change: Attendees were given white hard hats, the runway backdrop was scaffolding, and a welder made sparks fly to start the proceedings.
 
The lineup was a veritable mash-up: Trenches, in various colors and fabrics, morphed into a jumpsuit, wrap-around skirt and dress. Sexier numbers included a body-hugging top and leggings in black Lurex and a white leotard under plastic see-through rainwear. An eye-catching metallic iridescent fabric was used in various pieces as well.
 
The collection had many layers — literally and figuratively — resulting in a novel, if slightly confusing, effect.

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Dior Prepares for Spring 2016 Show

MOUNT STREET: The hills are alive — with flowers. Dior has erected a hill within the Cour Carrée of the Louvre for its spring show on Friday, piquing the curiosity of tourists visiting the world’s largest museum. Workers were seen Thursday laying sod on the structure and adding blue flowers.

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Vêtements RTW Spring 2016

Even Vêtements’ earliest adopters barely had a second to get there first. In March, the then one-year-old label was quite literally a buzzy underground curiosity. The fall collection was shown in the basement of a seedy Paris sex club in front of a small but influential fashion audience who heard fresh blood was in the water. A season later, the vultures have descended. A tiny label with minimal distribution now has a full-blown profile — you couldn’t even count one prominent glossy’s editors on two hands.
 
The draw is Vêtements’ antifashion, its way of manipulating the utmost mundane, familiar garments — novelty T-shirts, trenches, jeans and blue-collar work uniforms — into something with powerful, alien appeal. Demna Gvasalia and his design collective are serving the glossy fashion crowd a taste of something curdled and they’re lapping it up.
 
Held at kitsch Chinatown dining institution Le Président, the show opened with a nonmodel, average-looking guy wearing a yellow DHL T-shirt under a black short-sleeve button-down and shiny black pants. So seemingly ordinary was the look, he could’ve been there to ask someone to sign for a delivery. The casting in general defied the conventions of runway beauty with awkward, androgynously punkish models who

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Lanvin RTW Spring 2016

The Lanvin collection Alber Elbaz showed on Thursday night was a sartorial “smorgasbord” — his word. But not one thrown together frantically by an ill-prepared host. Rather, he sent out a carefully considered lineup intended to address the multiple requirements of fashion today. “We used to be designers. Now, we’re image-makers,” Elbaz said during a preview. Inherent in that role: delivering clothes that look good not only on the body and in the mirror, but also on the phone, in search of “likes.” He wondered about the role of fashion as entertainment — “not complaining, just questioning” — adding, “I have to show the extremes.”
 
And so he did, in a lineup comprehensive to the point of discordance, and often very beautiful. Elbaz organized his nearly 70 looks into groups — black and white, color, “body dresses” — with a logic not always clear from the audience perspective. With his first look he delivered a purposeful, almost tough rendering of a classic: white shirt, black pants. Other exits expanded on and toyed with that austere tailoring, sometimes in concert with ballooned organza or a sleek satin mini over sleek pants. Elbaz went undone with tweeds that had seemingly fraying edges —

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Tom Ford Taps a Lady: Gaga to Appear in Designer’s Runway Video for Spring 2016

LONDON — Tom Ford is taking to the small screen to showcase his spring 2016 collection, putting paid to speculation that he was skipping the show season altogether.
The designer has tapped Lady Gaga to appear in the film, a runway video of the collection, which was shot by Nick Knight. The online video will be released to some editors in the early hours of Friday, and everyone will be able to view it at 1 p.m. CET on the designer’s Web site.
Ford told WWD: “Instead of having a traditional show this season, I decided to try something new. I wanted to think about how to present a collection in a cinematic way that was designed from its inception to be presented online.”
Ford’s choice is no shocker. The designer-turned-film director is in full production for his second big-screen effort, “Nocturnal Animals,” and will be shooting that until the end of November. The film stars Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal, and is an adaptation of the 1993 novel “Tony and Susan” by Austin Wright, which is a novel within a novel. The movie is due for release next year.
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Daniela Villegas Previews Spring 2016 Jewelry Collection

Entering Daniela Villegas’ Hollywood studio is like being in a curio box of sorts. There’s a wall of colorful butterflies, beetles and bugs mounted in glass boxes, and tiny quail and fish skeletons pieced together on wooden stands. These items are often the basis for her fine jewelry collection, which sells on Net-a-porter and in stores like Roseark for $ 1,875 to $ 39,000. Her “Backyard” collection, inspired by insects, incorporates real iridescent beetle heads with matching precious stones, and her “Rebirth” collection features tiny 18-karat gold animal skeletons with moving parts and gemstone eyes made from lost wax molds that are hand-carved in her downtown Los Angeles workshop.

For spring 2016, which she will show in Paris from Saturday through Tuesday, Villegas created more baubles on these themes, such as tiny, rose gold ants atop a tourmaline cabochon that looks like a cake on a lacy gold doily. Other items she pulls out of her red leather case include rainbow sapphire trapeze earrings and large carved pendants on delicate body chains. Her next collection will include pieces inspired by her recent trip to Peru. She toyed with some native woven bracelets that she plans to recreate with precious stones. “I’m always picking things up along the way,” she said. “My husband [furniture designer Sami Hayek] jokes that our

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Loewe RTW Spring 2016

“How do you get conflict in the clothes?” Jonathan Anderson mused during a preview of his spring collection for Loewe, his third for the LVMH-owned brand. “There needs to be a tension in garments to make them feel more real, less precious.”
 
A quick study if ever there was one, the young designer is shaping a vivid new template for the luxury house: immediate, eclectic — and electric. His open-air show at UNESCO on Friday morning, guests seated on shrink-wrapped concrete stools, was as thrilling as the weather was chilling — full of invention applied to wearable clothes.
 
Well, mostly wearable. Mr. Cellophane opened his show with a series of see-through pants, teamed with handsome cable-knit sweaters with sheer shoulders or a clinging T-shirt printed with Canada geese. While impractical, these trousers heightened the futuristic gloss that Anderson juxtaposed against more traditional signposts of luxury like suede and leather, specialties of the Madrid-based house.
 
The unexpected combinations created not only tension, but runway fireworks: silver tinsel spilling from one hip and one arm of a sinuous black wool dress; metallic snaps coiling around linen tops and trousers; and grainy, black-and-white photos of cotton plants printed on a Tyvek paper sweatshirt and pants.
 
To Anderson,

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XBIZ Fields Record Pre-Nominations for 2016 XBIZ Awards

XBIZ has received a record number of pre-nominations for the industry awards event of the year, the 2016 XBIZ Awards presented by LiveJasmin, set for Jan. 15 at the JW Marriott Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
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2016 ‘XBIZ Index’ Black Book Available at XBIZ Show, Awards Gala

XBIZ is pleased to announce that the 2016 edition of the adult industry black book, “XBIZ Index,” will once again be published in time for distribution at the XBIZ 2016 events series and XBIZ Awards show Jan. 12-15.
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Rochas RTW Spring 2016

Alessandro Dell’Acqua collections at Rochas are for fashion maximalists, who are die-hard about dressing up even as society swings ever more casual. His collections have been kooky concoctions of the hyper-feminine and ornate dedicated to explosions of color, cartoonish embellishment and insistent throwbacks to old-school couture. Fun and flamboyant, the clothes can feel at odds with modernity.
 
But they don’t have to be, as Dell’Acqua demonstrated for spring with a lineup that made the art of overdressing appealing and accessible for those below peacock-punching weight.
 
Dell’Acqua chose for his seasonal muse Gala Dalí, the wife of Salvador and a highly influential force of nature in the Surrealist art scene. That world of artful, amusing madness manifested in exaggerated sculptural bows; oversize black-and-white stripes; surf motifs and an improbably graceful and rich embroidery depicting a herd of giraffes under the rays of the sun.
 
Rather than multiply the decorative mania with daffy silhouettes, Dell’Acqua controlled with simple sporty shapes. Bows were placed on trim cropped tanks worn with slim skirts and the jungle and beach scenes appeared on slip dresses, tanks and on the back of an oversize blazer that was completely gilded over in front with lavish embroideries. It was over the top,

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Ilaria Nistri RTW Spring 2016

For her first presentation, held in the Cour du Mûrier at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Florence-based designer Ilaria Nistri had models wear her spring collection while rotating as students drew and painted them.
 
Nistri collaborated with German artist Andreas Nicolas Fischer — she worked with photographer David Maisel for her 2015 resort lineup — and used the synthetic images in the collection’s unique print on silk georgette. “It’s coming from fractal geometry but organic,” she said. Shiny rubberized tape added a futuristic twist to the sharp collection, whether heat-sealed as a substitute for sewn seams or as striped motifs on matte fabrics.

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Alexis Mabille RTW Spring 2016

What do you get if you mix one part eveningwear, two parts casual attitude and a shaker full of fruity colors? The answer is Alexis Mabille’s spring collection, which was inspired by a watermelon cocktail called the Sandia Smash.
 
Lest that reference be considered a trifle lightweight, he also cited the drawings of Mose Tolliver and Alekos Fassianos as inspirations for his naïf watermelon print. A red sweatshirt embroidered with a semicircle of black pips, paired with a sweeping coral silk skirt, made for a witty yet subtle variation on the theme.
 
Some of the color combinations were a bit of an eyeful, such as a coral silk jacket with lime green and turquoise pants. Used in smaller doses, the zesty hues packed a pleasant visual punch. Shirtdresses, lace-trimmed blouses and high-waisted crepe pants all made for nifty additions to a summer wardrobe. And this fun, flirty attitude was reflected in the season’s accessory: a micro-backpack in duchesse satin that dangled from the waist.

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Vionnet RTW Spring 2016

It was clear after Vionnet’s spring runway show that creative director Goga Ashkenazi was out of her depth. She enlisted Hussein Chalayan — who had recently designed two of Vionnet’s demi-couture collections — to join the ready-to-wear design team in an ongoing contributing capacity, beginning with spring.
 
Chalayan’s input made a clear difference for the better, as the house pleating and draping was handled with far more subtlety on powdery goddess gowns and tops cut with a floor-length pleated panel down the front and paired with pants to signal evening modernity.
 
There’s always room for improvement. Chalayan is known for his love of the conceptual. There’s no telling if the sheer, full-body capes that were pointlessly worn over many of the looks were his doing or a collaborative effort, but the netting effect added nothing. In fact, it vexed in the case of the floor-length encasements that didn’t have armholes, as if the model had walked off wearing the dress and its garment bag.

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The Who Reschedule Tour Dates For 2016

The Who have rescheduled a number of dates they were forced to cut due to the health issues of Roger Daltrey. The new dates will now take place next year. The band was forced off the road on September 18, when doctors ordered Daltrey to rest after a bout with viral meningitis. “I am now on the mend and feeling a lot better,” Daltrey said in a press release.
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Anrealage RTW Spring 2016

Talk about a gimmick. At a time when brands stream their shows, Anrealage opted for a personalized high-tech experience that could only be lived in situ.
 
Along with sake, guests were served a pair of headphones with instructions on how to best enjoy the show: by snapping pictures of the looks, whose photosensitive fabrics reacted promptly to the flashes of mobile phones, turning the runway into an interactive happening. “Reflect reality [to make] a new reality,” was designer Kunihiko Morinaga’s mantra for spring.
 
To wit: A ruffled black dress revealed itself to be fluorescent green; gray, seemingly monotone knitwear illuminated the room with its turquoise stripes; and white top-cum-skirt combos with quirky circular cutouts assumed a three-dimensional quality, courtesy of the visual trickery.
 
Though fun and engaging at the onset, the exercise quickly grew tiresome — typical for the label, which is known for embracing special effects at the expense of true stylistic range.

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Anthony Vaccarello RTW Spring 2016

Edie Campbell opened Anthony Vaccarello’s spring show in an Army green canvas jacket, its pert collar turned up, and matching wrap miniskirt. Both were trimmed in shiny black leather and gold zippers and tacks that suggested functional toniness. Campbell has that posh English rose look that veers with her haircut (it’s currently a choppy shag) and is a known equestrian. Dressed in the trappings of well-bred money, she triggered an association: bourgeois.
 
Cropped jackets had a vaguely military vibe, and mini kilts, fastened with skinny black-leather straps, deliberately didn’t close all the way, leaving a panel of flesh for all to see. Skin is conventional on Vaccarello’s runway, which, in turn, made the relatively conservative crisp white shirts with porcelain blue prints paired with classic blue jeans seem almost outrageous. Those looks made more sense than the interlude of Pop: red and white sequined dresses with pixelated face motifs.
 
Vaccarrello’s point of view is ironclad yet narrow. Decking out his sharply drawn sirens in the standards of proper society changed his direction by only a few degrees. No matter the angle, it’s still sexy and severe, reliant on razor-sharp hip bones and ribs to accessorize the look as much as his sculptural

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Designer Inspirations for Paris Spring 2016

Influences on designers’ collections range from feelings — of romance, wanderlust, nonchalance — to sculpture and paintings for spring.

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Koché RTW Spring 2016

Christelle Kocher served up a potpourri of couture techniques and fabrics boldly mixed with streetwear silhouettes.The designer used her knowledge acquired at feather and flower specialist Maison Lemarié (owned by Chanel), where she is artistic director, to conjure romantic, ruffles shirts in chiffon, which she paired with loose basketball shorts.
 
Elsewhere, an oversized denim bomber jacket was embroidered with scraps of tulle resulting in a handsome camouflage pattern, while a sports bra festooned with colorful sequins proved a viable companion for a slick black tuxedo jacket and a pair of nylon sweatpants.
 
It took the eye a little getting used to these unusual combos, but by the time the evening looks appeared, the angst vanished and desire kicked in. Cue body-hugging tank tops and tennis dresses richly hand-crocheted  with rows of tulle, chiffon, lace, plastic,feathers, beads and sequins for – as Kocher called it – “a couture melting pot.” No coincidence then that the show took place in the middle of Les Halles, Paris’ inner-city mall. “I wanted to open my show to the public, and this place is perfect — a junction between suburbia and culture, two steps away from the Louvre. All cultures mix. Because the last thing I want

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Highlights From Milan Fashion Week Spring 2016

The spring season in Milan highlighted an ever-growing diversity (and editorial savvy) that ranged from Moschino’s scrub-it-clean camp to the lyrical nerdiness at Gucci that has the fashion world fascinated. And once again Prada set the bar, now with a gold standard that only started with the lips.

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Jacquemus RTW Spring 2016

Simon Porte Jacquemus had a terrible summer. While he hinted at personal strife backstage, he wouldn’t say exactly what happened, letting his strange, melancholic show tell a tale of burden, frustration and unfinished business.
 
He enlisted his seven-year-old cousin, Jean, to roll out a giant ball wrapped in red fabric, and later, drag a giant red necktie across the circular show set, occasionally stumbling under its weight. (Given that the ushers at Paris shows are known as “cravates rouges,” or red ties, was this a wry comment on the fashion system?) And then a white horse trotted out, symbolizing hope, the designer said, likening his oblique set play to a piece of Italian theater.
 
The collection was as naïve as ever: Navy jackets, white shirts and red minidresses and skirts dissected into halves, occasionally quarters, and bound to the body with white laces, red sashes or circles of white fabric — circles being a fetish Jacquemus motif.
 
As a spectacle, it effectively portrayed the anguish and ache of a young designer whose spring victory — scoring a 150,000-euro ($ 169,000 at current exchange) special jury award in the second annual LVMH Prize — did not carry over into an idyllic August. Meanwhile, the clothes,

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Capucci RTW Spring 2016

Capucci cited a painting by Henri Matisse as the inspiration for its spring collection, which played out in a rainbow of vibrant hues. In addition, the label’s signature trio of little black dresses — which caused a scandal in 1961 because they were made to be worn without bras — were given a new lease on life in girly shades of pink.
 
The dresses were among the eveningwear options on display at Milan’s 10 Corso Como store as part of an event cohosted by Vogue Italia and attended by 84-year-old founder Roberto Capucci to mark the label’s second collection since its relaunch by new owners.
 
Cinzia Minghetti, who now heads the brand’s design team, said she had taken elements from the house archives and given them a contemporary spin. Capucci’s signature sculptural pleats appeared on flirty black skirts that were casually paired with white jersey tops. Meanwhile, woven ribbons in colors inspired by a 2001 evening gown were used as a decorative trim on dresses and tops.
 
Available in Italy at 40 points of sale, Capucci hopes to enter the international market this season. While respectful of the house’s heritage, the house’s new look proved modern enough to merit a spot in the contemporary arena.

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Cividini RTW Spring 2016

Cividini’s spring collection featured only a ghost of its signature knits — a cropped sweater or knitted bra top was layered on almost every outfit, in yarns so fine as to be virtually translucent.
 
Miriam and Piero Cividini used a white shirt as the base for most of the looks, proceeding to layer on garments in fabrics ranging from washed sienna linen to crisp cottons woven or printed with geometric motifs. This created mash-ups of pattern and color — mainly neutrals and earth tones.
 
Some of the prints had an Eighties, Japanese feel — as in a gray sleeveless blouse and skirt featuring a pattern of broken-up grids. Topping these with an extra layer felt like an unnecessary distraction at times. The knits worked best when left to shine on their own, for instance in the form of long dresses adorned with geometric motifs.

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Teatum Jones RTW Spring 2016

After watching a documentary on Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee, Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones were moved by the words and work of the Nobel Peace Prize winner to create a collection in her honor. The result was a serenely beautiful spring collection, full of rich textures and bold prints in elegant silhouettes.
 
The Woolmark Prize finalists used fil coupé fabrics and raw edges to reference windswept African fields of grass, while native Liberian tribal prints were interpreted into a black, white and red graffiti print. An oversize check was done in wool jacquard in great outerwear, such as a black-and-white cape-cum-jacket.
 
The lineup was mostly finely tailored separates, with a few dresses in the mix. One fit-and-flare white-on-white wool skirt had a silver check woven into the jacquard that was teamed with a simple white cami and worn over raw-edged wide-leg pants, while a great looking white dress had seams picked out in coils of paillettes and tufts of organza.

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They Are Wearing: Milan Fashion Week Spring 2016

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Ports 1961 RTW Spring 2016

Ports 1961 creative director Natasa Cagalj favors clothes that have a relaxed ease yet are sophisticated at the same time. Her spring lineup was filled with pieces that a woman can easily style herself. Shirts and dresses had ropes to wrap and tie according to the wearer’s whim. Some looks featured mismatched, detachable glass buttons, there for the tinkering, while pajama-inspired pants had rows of buttons down the sides that could be opened to loosen up the shapes.
 
Everything was infused with an airy feel, highlighted by the use of lightweight fabrics. These included a cotton poplin printed with several classic shirting patterns, as well as washed silk cut into slouchy suits and asymmetric slip dresses. Cajalj also introduced a playful element with separates and dresses done in cotton with a childlike blue-and-white print as well as tribal references via striped tops and skirts with an engaging rustic look.

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Moschino RTW Spring 2016

Entering a fashion show — especially one with a cult following, held at 8 p.m., which positions it as party time, in a pitch-black tent — is a hazard. There are traffic jams, detours, reserved parking (“you’re in my seat”), roadwork on the runway and general obstacles in every direction. In the interest of the quick-burn irony that now defines Moschino under Jeremy Scott, he made the veritable construction zone of the runway into a literal set, strewing it with an orange-and-white mess of traffic cones, barriers and signs warning of “Dangerous Couture Ahead.” So many people tripped over the heavy-duty cable protectors on the floor on the way to their seats, it was difficult to tell if it was part of the set or a legitimate safety measure.
 
The ruse allowed Scott to double down on the punchlines, playing on the notion of roadwork and construction, as in traditional couture garment-making. There were classic suits fashioned from what looked like safety reflectors in blazing orange and yellow; hats and bags that were essentially wearable traffic cones; hard hats, toolbox bags; over-the-knee boots inspired by traffic cones; and all manner of road signs made into wearable jokes: “Slippery When Wet” read

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Co|Te RTW Spring 2016

“Florals for spring, groundbreaking,” deadpanned Miranda Priestly in the fashion-cult movie “Devil Wears Prada.”
 
Actually, flowers might sound a tad boring for inspiration, but to be honest, how many women don’t like to adorn themselves with a fresh, floral touch?
 
Co|Te designers Tomaso Anfossi and Francesco Ferrari offered their very personal take on the theme, showcasing a collection where arty details were mixed with more geometric elements. Flared skirts and poplin tops were printed with graphic flowers in vivid tones, while a striped cropped T-shirt with matching pants combined nautical stripes with rich floral embroideries of microbeads and sequins.
 
Koi fish were also embroidered on tulle shirts, their delicate attitude contrasting with the strong appeal of miniskirts crafted from crocodilelike leather.

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Marcelo Burlon RTW Spring 2016

“I’m not a fashion designer — I’m a creative director,” Marcelo Burlon said at the presentation for his spring County of Milan collection, which took the shape of a dance performance and doubled as the world premiere of “Gualicho,” his new single with DJ Davide Squillace. “I like to bring content to the fashion world,” continued Burlon, who gathered a group of dancers, including performers from the Lido cabaret in Paris, around choreographer Kirikoo Des.
 
The avant-garde display at the cavernous Teatro Arsenale summed up the clannish vibe of Burlon’s elevated streetwear aesthetic. This season, his tribal references ran from the familiar — symbolism borrowed from the indigenous tribes of his native Argentina — to African-influenced beading and motifs.
 
The dancers mostly wore printed bodysuits that created a graphic second skin, but the look book offered a wealth of dressier options, from layered looks in monochromatic motifs to perforated leather pieces, such as a black bomber jacket with jet bead epaulettes.
 
“It’s about being smart in the market, bringing something that the audience needs,” said Burlon, referring to the label’s rapid evolution from a unisex T-shirt line to an upscale women’s ready-to-wear brand. “We’re growing up so fast that we’re always listening to

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Brunello Cucinelli RTW Spring 2016

“The most important thing is the materials,” said Brunello Cucinelli during his spring presentation. He was correct. Without the uberupscale assortment of crisp linen, wool linen, fuzzy “cotton fur,” raw cotton and silk, the collection could have passed for a variation on Club Monaco and its brethren.
 
The look was pristine tomboy sportif, loosely inspired by Années Folles in the Twenties with tennis sweaters and pinstripes mixed with Japanese-influenced ultrawide culottes that had exaggerated fold-over waists. Cast in a palette of soothing neutrals — ivory, ecru, butter and sand, punctuated by black and charcoal — the showroom had the aura of a fancy fabric softener commercial. Silky, clean and relaxed.
 
The lifestyle Cucinelli’s collection conjured was certainly appealing in its moneyed, preppy ease, as were many of the knits, T-shirts and crisp white wrap skirts and pants. But the cumulative effect of all the white and off-white with the contrast of avant, mannish cuts and hyper-feminine details can be neutralizing in a bland way. Unfortunately, decorating the striped trim on blazers, sweaters, pants and even tony shower sandals with the house signature (and slightly cheesy) silver Monili detail didn’t solve everything.

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NYFW Spring 2016: Style Inspirations on the Runway

An inspiration — a glance at a painting, a line of romantic poetry, a rebellious decade, a sultry locale — is just the beginning. Here’s a look at how designers’ muses translated onto the New York Fashion Week runways for spring.

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Max Mara RTW Spring 2016

What do you do with a drunken sailor? You button her jacket askew — and she still looks chic.
 
Max Mara turned seaward for spring, setting sail with a fresh, upbeat collection, yet one not without its peculiarities. Silky separates in a flashy rope print and a Garanimals-like star motif (big stars, small stars) were buoyant to an extreme.
 
But tailoring is Max Mara’s forte, particularly the coats, and once again proved covetable, dashing, refined pieces buttoned incorrectly to fein dishabille. Take your pick: Amply cut white trench over a striped T with extra-long sleeves; slouchy double-breasted topper in skinny stripes; sleek black pantsuit; lean sailor skirts and pants, some worn with lovely drawstring blouses.
 
The sailing ruse continued in primary brights, at times head-spinning; handbags with seagull imagery, rope details on snappy, sleek overalls and lighthearted T-shirts with a ship graphic by Brian Grimwood, who also designed the set backdrop. It was the same ship, only animated, seen sailing past through three porthole windows. It charmed.

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Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Spring 2016

For Francesco Scognamiglio, it was a short leap from the sacred to the profane as he showed a collection of flimsy dresses that he described as a tribute to the statue of the Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sammartino, on display in his native city of Naples.
 
“When I see the Veiled Christ, I feel like I have a collapse all the time,” the designer explained backstage. “It’s kind of chiffon on the Christ’s body and it looks wet.”
 
How you go from a statue of a lifeless Christ covered in a transparent shroud to this hot-blooded display of lingerie-inspired looks is God’s own private mystery — in the words of Sailor Ripley in “Wild at Heart.” It felt disappointingly familiar, as if all roads inevitably lead to the boudoir.
 
They ranged from baby doll dresses to voluptuous chiffon gowns trailing detached ruffles. Elsewhere, ruffles were used to underline the curve of the breasts on a sheer gown, while ultra-short dresses in brocade or white mikado silk came with barely-there lace panels at the chest.
 
Scognamiglio, who is preparing to launch a couture line in Paris thanks to new financial backing from Malaysian entrepreneur Johann Young, felt he was treading a line between sex and

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Timo Weiland RTW Spring 2016

Inspired by “the early stages of love” and also weekend dressing, Timo Weiland, Alan Eckstein and Donna Kang wanted their Timo Weiland collection for spring to feel romantic, but more importantly, comfortable. “If it’s slim-cut, there’s a stretch to it,” explained Kang. “If it’s woven, there’s a lightness to it.”
 
Done in lightweight knits, cotton linens and silk chiffons, the charming lineup certainly exuded a relaxed ease. Feminine details added a softness to the looks, as in a denim ruffled skirt with a cutaway hem or mixed media knits featuring sheer floral lace inserts or fringe. Flower-print dresses and tops were juxtaposed against more streamlined pinstripe and windowpane patterns, seen on a pair of navy shorts with a mesh hemline. Even the more boyish pieces — such as a white cotton poplin shirtdress, also offered in a bodysuit — came with subtly sexy cutout shoulders.

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Danielle Romeril RTW Spring 2016

Danielle Romeril called her collection “Paradise Lost,” taking inspiration from images of Africa by photographers Viviane Sassen and Jackie Nickerson. The result was a collection that nodded to tropical dressing, but in a studied, off-kilter way.
 
The designer did a moody print of black palm trees on a white zip-up jacket, fringing the trees with raffia to look like grass, while an abstracted floral pattern woven in a green and white jacquard appeared on tops and trench coats. The designer also demonstrated a knack for cutting and draping, as in one cool, asymmetric sundress with layers of skirts that knotted together at the hip. It had a laid back, feminine appeal.

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Antonio Berardi RTW Spring 2016

Antonio Berardi played with the contrast between precise tailoring and romantic fluidity in this glamorous, yet easy collection.
 
The standouts were languid silk dresses with billowing trains, as in one racer-back number in a pale sky blue. That design was worn with a matching silk trench coat that slipped off the model’s shoulders, adding to the collection’s undone air. And naturally for a designer whose collections occupy high-octane territory, there was plenty of embellishment, but this season Berardi worked his decoration in a comparatively low-key way. A series of silk dresses were stitched with a lavish paisley pattern of sequins, but they were matte rather than shiny.
 
A masculine foil to the ultra-feminine creations came from tuxedo suits that were sharply cut, but worked into relaxed, oversized shapes. Among them was a gleaming white tuxedo with black lapels with rounded, cocooning shoulders.

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Pringle of Scotland RTW Spring 2016

Knitting – in all its iterations – was the inspiration behind this fun, artsy collection that drew from the work of visual artists such as Louise Bourgeois.
 
Head of design Massimo Nicosia – whose silhouettes were long, layered and lean – knitted fabric ribbons or leather strings, and used crochet and other classic techniques to create various shapes and sizes of webbing.
 
He also mixed knits with woven fabrics, as in a breezy cotton tennis dress that was adorned with a handful of white macramé flowers.
 
Lightweight spiral seam shirts had crocheted seams, while models wore apron-like tops made from knitted and macramé leather. Dresses were fashioned from a mesh of bouncy silk.
 
There was a guipure lace coat cut to mimic the look of a knit while dresses had a trompe l’oeil crochet print. Models, meanwhile, carried bags made from knitted leather shoelace-like strips.

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Muse Add Extra Dates To 2016 U.K. Arena Tour

Muse have added four additional dates to their Drones world tour. Frontman Matt Bellamy originally announced the new U.K. tour dates last week with gigs planned for Manchester, Glasgow and two in London. As tickets went on sale on Friday, September 18, extra dates in all three cities were revealed, which include Manchester (April 9), London (April 14-15) and Glasgow (April 18).
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Roksanda RTW Spring 2016

Power and grace were top of mind for Roksanda Ilincic, whose elegant, confident collection was inspired by the ballet and dancers’ strength and movement.
 
Proportions ranged from the voluminous and sculpted to the long and sinuous, in a muted color palette of pale blue, light brown, yellow and blush pink.
 
Dresses and strapless romper suits were adorned with stripes, zips or geometric cutout shapes, while stiff ruffles flared from the hips or peeked above trouser waists. Giant, stiff bell sleeves – a Roksanda signature – flared at the elbow.
 
On the softer side, there were liquid evening dresses, some with flared, floppy sleeves and belts, and gowns made from hand-frayed, fluttery panels of silk, while stiff coats were covered with frayed bits of fabric mimicking those on the dresses.

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House of Holland RTW Spring 2016

“I’ll make the crowd dance like Kriss Kross,” rapped Lady Leshurr, who performed her song “Brush Your Teeth” ahead of Henry Holland’s show wearing a shirtdress and bucket hat printed with luridly colored foliage and bugs. It was an energetic introduction to a collection inspired by the 1998 film “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”
 
The safari jackets, yellow-tinted aviators, Hawaiian shirts, striped sports socks and sports coats of contrasting panels worn by Johnny Depp’s Raoul Duke and Benicio del Toro’s Dr. Gonzo all made an appearance. There was a safari coat of animal print and contrasting panels of camel, navy and red; a playsuit with safari pockets in a Hawaiian print; a lace-front safari jumpsuit; a very nice pajama suit, and a plush blue coat as cozy as a hotel bath robe.
 
It was all wacky yet wearable, including a midilength mesh dress embroidered with menacingly large bugs straight out of a bad acid trip.

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Emilia Wickstead RTW Spring 2016

Emilia Wickstead experimented with voluminous shapes for spring, inspired by “The Women,” the 1939 film directed by George Cukor starring Jane Crawford and Rosalind Russell.
 
Working in a delicate palette of baby pink and vanilla cut through with mustard yellow and violet, she adapted the shapes that the film’s characters wore, notably the high-waist puffy shorts, which Wickstead interpreted into a playsuit in a rose jacquard that seemed almost Elizabethan in its proportions.
 
There was a rose-print gown with a Watteau train and a geometric-print full-skirted dress that turned into a cape at back. The volume was most successful when confined to sleeves, as in a beautiful peach dress in a spongy fabric that had crystal-embellished eyes at the hem – a motif borrowed from a look worn by Russell in the film.

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They Are Wearing: London Fashion Week Spring 2016

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David Koma RTW Spring 2016

Skimpy tank shapes and racer backs gave an athletic cast to David Koma’s spring collection, as always hinged on body-con, leggy dresses and second-skin jumpsuits.
 
The designer, who does double duty at Mugler in Paris, is obsessive about defining the waist: here demarcated with ruffle-edge, zipper-streak corsets or lashed with bandage-like strips. Fit-and-flare baby dolls in leather and tulle provided some relief from the hold-your-breath tightness.
 
Executed mainly in cream, black and nude shades, the collection was graphic, sexy and more youthful than usual.

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RVN RTW Spring 2016

Newly inducted CFDA member and Los Angeles-based designer Ted Kim called his spring collection — also his debut at New York Fashion Week — an “urban jungle” as an homage to New York, where he got his start designing for Donna Karan, Michael Kors and Anne Klein before starting his own label in 2011.
Composed solely of graphic jacquard knitwear with a few suede and leather pieces mixed in, Kim’s collection drew from the city’s architecture in the textures and prints of his bodycon dresses and tops; one look was derived from the Art Deco style of the Chrysler Building. He also reinterpreted the works of two artists he discovered on a recent trip to Colombia: Fanny Sanín and Alejandro Otero, both of whom were devotees of geometric abstraction.
The colorful lineup fused tribal and industrial references in a feminine way, with some looks featuring fringe and mesh detailing. Most of the styles, like the ones worn by Katy Perry, Sofía Vergara and Beyoncé, were meant to hug the body, but Kim also offered some chic options that didn’t. These included a studded black-leather culotte jumpsuit and a long, voluminous striped jacquard dress with mesh panels. But it should be noted that

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