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Larry David Marries Girlfriend Ashley Underwood in Intimate Wedding

Larry David is a married man. A source confirms to ET that The Curb Your Enthusiasm star tied the knot with girlfriend Ashley Underwood. The source says the wedding was an intimate affair on Wednesday evening.

“Larry and Ashley got married! He’s a very happy man right now,” ET’s source shares. People was first to report the news.

David and Underwood were introduced by Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher at Cohen’s birthday party in 2017, the 73-year-old comedian revealed in a New York Times interview. Underwood was a producer on Cohen’s Showtime series, Who Is America?

“We were seated next to each other, I think with that in mind,” he shared. “Much to her surprise I left before dessert. I was doing so well, banter-wise, I didn’t want to risk staying too long and blowing the good impression.”

The comedian and his lady love moved in together in 2019,

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Laura Ashley workers to get Fashion-Enter Ltd employment

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Social enterprise Fashion-Enter Ltd (FEL) will be based at the Royal Welsh Warehouse in Newtown

Seventy-seven former Laura Ashley workers are to be employed at a new production facility in Powys.

Social enterprise Fashion-Enter Ltd (FEL) will be based at the Royal Welsh Warehouse, known locally as the Pryce Jones Building, in Newtown.

It follows a £300,000 investment from the Welsh Government.

Laura Ashley’s Texplan warehouse and call centre in the town closed after the furniture and fashion chain went into administration in March.

FEL will be producing 10,000 garments a week for online fashion retailer ASOS, increasing to 20,000 a week within a month.

It will also provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for clothing brand Private White VC.

The company said it plans to recruit a further 30 stitchers and establish a textile academy in the town “over the coming months”.

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Ashley Park Brings Her Broadway Background and Fashion Sense to Emily in Paris

The key to surviving when you suddenly move to another country — at least in the new Darren Star Netflix rom-com Emily in Paris is to quickly find a sassy expatriate to school you in the language and make lots of sex jokes. Lily Collins’s midwestern social-media maven, Emily, happens to find that person in Mindy, a young Chinese-Korean woman who grew up partly in the U.S., fled a life of privilege, and spends her time as an au pair yelling at children in parks. She’s played by Ashley Park, a Broadway veteran who has been in everything from Mean Girls to The King and I. On the show, she gets to gallivant around Paris in fashions partly inspired by her own taste, and she shows off some of her singing talent as we learn about Mindy’s reality-competition backstory. Park caught Vulture up over Zoom to talk about

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Ashley Park Brings Broadway Background to ‘Emily in Paris’

Ashley Park.
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The key to surviving when you suddenly move to another country — at least in the new Darren Star Netflix rom-com Emily in Paris is to quickly find a sassy expatriate to school you in the language and make lots of sex jokes. Lily Collins’s midwestern social-media maven, Emily, happens to find that person in Mindy, a young Chinese-Korean woman who grew up partly in the U.S., fled a life of privilege, and spends her time as an au pair yelling at children in parks. She’s played by Ashley Park, a Broadway veteran who has been in everything from Mean Girls to The King and I. On the show, she gets to gallivant around Paris in fashions partly inspired by her own taste, and she shows off some of her singing talent as we learn about Mindy’s reality-competition backstory. Park

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Ashley Callingbull, Badass First Nations Model, on Why Representation Still Matters

The quarantine hasn’t slowed Ashley Callingbull’s career. The Indigenous model, pageant queen, and motivational speaker from Enoch Cree Nation in Alberta made waves this year with her biggest campaign yet: she’s the face of Nike’s N7 Collection. 

Ashley’s role at the forefront of the N7 campaign, as well as her 2015 Mrs. Universe win, acting roles, and ongoing ambassadorship with RW & Co are groundbreaking. However, despite Canada’s strong Indigenous community, Ashley is one of very few people with her background visible in this country’s entertainment landscape.

For racialized groups in Canada, being the first in your field is an accomplishment with edge; a celebration that also serves as a reminder of the prejudice that permeates your industry. These accomplishments should definitely be acknowledged, but more than anything, they should be closely critiqued. Progress is great, yes, but why did progress take so long?

In 2015, Ashley was the first

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Ashley Graham in Victor Glemaud

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There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Ah, fall — warm beverages, changing leaves and a wardrobe that consists almost exclusively of knits. When it comes to the latter, no one does it quite like Victor Glemaud: The designer had built a beloved brand around knitwear, reimagining it for all seasons (yes, even summer) with inventive silhouettes and cheerful color palettes. If anyone can get you stoked for fall dressing, it’s him.  

Take, for example, the knit LWD Ashley Graham wore when she accompanied CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist Glemaud to the awards ceremony in 2017. It’s a supermodel spin on an autumnal uniform — the long-sleeved sweater dress, rendered in a

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