fashion

Celebrity Fashion Labels That Land In The Name Recognition/Design Chops Sweet Spot

Instant brand recognition is something even the most highly skilled marketing firm can’t buy, so when celebrities from the music, film, or even (and sometimes especially) reality TV worlds enter the fashion industry, they’re arriving with a kind of head start. What they lack, however is fashion and design world cred — it’s hard, at least at the outset, to take seriously a line launched by the least likeable member of a ‘90s-era girl group. And yet former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham is one of a handful of celebrities who’ve managed the transition from red carpet to runway with both critical and financial success.  

From Jennifer Lopez’s recent collaboration with Coach to Rihanna’s star-studded and industry-shifting Savage x Fenty lingerie

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wedding

‘Bridezilla’ in wedding dress ambushes her fiance at work and demands he marries her on the spot or she’s ‘done’

A “BRIDEZILLA” has been caught ambushing her fiance at work and demanding he marries her on the spot, or she’s “done”.

The unnamed woman, who’s in a wedding dress, stormed into popular American chain Target, where her fiance works, to make the demands.

A bride was caught on camera ambushing her her fiance at work, in a wedding dress

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A bride was caught on camera ambushing her her fiance at work, in a wedding dressCredit: Tik Tok / @boymom_ashley
The bride tells her beau to 'commit or she's done' in the TikTok video

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The bride tells her beau to ‘commit or she’s done’ in the TikTok videoCredit: Tik Tok / @boymom_ashley

She was flanked by a bridesmaid and a priest – and the whole thing was caught on camera by baffled shopper @boymom_ashley – who posted a video on TikTok.

“You put this ring on my finger two years ago and it’s time to do it or get out,” the bride is filmed telling her fiance, who’s in the middle of restocking shelves with Halloween costumes

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What Should You Do If You Spot an Error on Your Wedding Paper Goods After They’ve Been Printed?

Katherine Ann Rose

Whether you worked on the design for your wedding-related paper goods—including the save-the-date, invitation, ceremony programs, signage, escort cards, and dinner menu—for five days or five weeks, there’s something undeniably exciting about the day they finally arrive in your possession. Sure, looking at the proofs gives you a good idea about what the final design will look like, but there’s nothing quite like holding the tangible pieces in your hands. That’s why unboxing your paper goods and spotting a big, ugly typo you never caught in the proofing process is so upsetting. And while it’s unlikely, especially because the majority of stationers insist on a multi-step proofing process (during which you’ll check and double-check that the information and spelling on each piece of paper is correct), mistakes do occur from time to time. According to Britt Rohr of Swell Press, “It’s the worst case, but it has

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gift

Gift shop bird hooks spark jokes online but can YOU spot what’s wrong with them?

‘Love a cockatoo!’ Gift shop bird hooks spark jokes online but can YOU spot what’s wrong with them?

  • Reddit user posted photo of bird ornaments with interesting hook placements
  • The series of bird hook ornaments look as though they all have a penis
  • A number of other Reddit users were quick to see the humour in the hooks

A series of collectible bird hooks sparked a frenzy of jokes online after the ornaments appeared to be sporting penises. 

The pictures, showing six iconic Australian birds looking particularly excited, was shared to Reddit on Sunday and immediately drew the community’s attention. 

‘Australia. Where we sell birds with erections. 10/10 would buy,’ the poster remarked. 

The collection included white and black cockatoos, a galah, a kookaburra and what appear to be a

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women

Mewis’ first Man City goal secures Women’s FA Cup final spot

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — American midfielder Sam Mewis scored her first Manchester City goal to send her new team into the Women’s FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Arsenal on Thursday.



Manchester City's Sam Mewis, left, celebrates with teammmate Ellen White, after scoring her team's second goal, during the Women's FA Cup semi final soccer match between Manchester City and Arsenal, at the Academy Stadium, in Manchester, England, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. (Martin Rickett/PA via AP)


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Manchester City’s Sam Mewis, left, celebrates with teammmate Ellen White, after scoring her team’s second goal, during the Women’s FA Cup semi final soccer match between Manchester City and Arsenal, at the Academy Stadium, in Manchester, England, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. (Martin Rickett/PA via AP)

After Jordan Nobbs had canceled out City captain Steph Houghton’s opener from a free kick, Mewis netted the winner in the 41st minute.

Chloe Kelly’s cross from the right found Ellen White, who managed to scramble the ball back for the unmarked Mewis to strike into the net.

Fellow American World Cup winner Rose Lavelle made her City debut as a second-half substitute.

City will play Everton

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