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Video: Cakeworthy Releases New UNIVERSAL MONSTERS Clothing Line for Men & Women

Lights, Camera, Action! Today Cakeworthy, best known for its brightly colored and fashion-forward streetwear, presents a scary chic collection inspired by classic Hollywood horror icons, “Universal Monsters.”

Cakeworthy’s newest collection is perfect for Halloween but will also have classic horror and movie fans feeling the spooky spirit all year round thanks to its stylish designs in a variety of silhouettes. Featuring classic Cakeworthy flannels and all over prints, fans can expect to see horror legends such as Frankenstein, Dracula, Creature from The Black Lagoon and more collide into a monster mash of vibrant colors and fun styles.

For those who enjoy things that go bump in the night! This collection also offers fans a Pajama set, perfect for those monster movie nights in!

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Heritage craftsmen working overtime to restore lost Beirut beauty [Video]

SHOTLIST

BEIRUT, LEBANONSEPTEMBER 17, 2020SOURCE: AFPTV

1. Close-up Lebanese artist Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut2. Mid shot Lebanese artist Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut

3. SOUNDBITE 1 – Maya Husseini, stained glass artist (female, 60 years old, Arabic, 16 sec): “I did a quick tour and started looking around. You try to hold yourself together and stay strong. I arrived at the Saint Louis Cathedral of the Capuchin Fathers. Here I was really affected. Two years of my work, two years working on those details. The cathedral is one of the oldest monuments in Beirut… it’s lost history.”

4. Close-up Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut5. Mid shot Maya Husseini looking at sheets of stained

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Sam Mewis goal video: US star scores Man City FA Cup semis winner

Manchester City Women’s American duo is starting to make an impact.

Sam Mewis scored what wound up being the game-winner, while Rose Lavelle played her first minutes for the club in a 2-1 triumph over Arsenal in the Women’s FA Cup semifinals on Thursday. Man City will play Everton, a 3-0 semifinal winner over Birmingham City, in the Nov. 1 final at Wembley Stadium. These matches mark the completion of the 2019-20 tournament, which had been suspended as a result of the pandemic. The 2020-2021 competition is currently in the qualifying-round stages.

For Man City to reach the final, Mewis broke a 1-1 deadlock at the 40-minute mark, pouncing on a loose ball in the Arsenal box to complete a sequence that she started. 

Mewis’s finish followed a superb goal by Jordan Nobbs, which had brought Arsenal level after Steph Houghton’s opener on an excellent free kick.

Lavelle then entered

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A Radnor Valley Country Club Wedding Captured in a Music Video

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The groom premiered the song to his bride at their rehearsal dinner.


Radnor Valley Country Club

Jesse Ruben and Jen Jacob held their Radnor Valley Country Club wedding on October 7th, 2018, and released their music video this month. Photo and wedding video by Tree of Life Films & Photography

It’s been almost two years since Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben and actress Jen Jacob got married at Radnor Valley Country Club. But their Big Day and all the moments around it are memorialized in a new song, “Future,” that Jesse, a third-generation Philadelphia musician (he was born in Montgomery County), released to the public this past Friday, September 25th. Well, it’s not necessarily new to everyone: He premiered it to Jen, who hails from Bucks County, during their rehearsal dinner

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Bambuser Establishes U.K. and U.S. Business Operations Following Remarkable First-year Momentum for Live Video Shopping

 Bambuser Establishes U.K. and U.S. Business Operations Following Remarkable
             First-year Momentum for Live Video Shopping Solution

  PR Newswire

  LONDON, Sept. 29, 2020

- Geographic growth enables company to accelerate customer acquisition as
proven ability to engage and convert customers attracts growing list of brands
including Samsung, FRAME, Moda Operandi and LUISAVIAROMA

LONDON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --  As brands and retailers increasingly
seek innovative ways to engage with and convert digital audiences, interactive
live video streaming provider Bambuser  today revealed that, after just one
year since launch of its flagship Live Video Shopping technology, the company
is establishing Bambuser U.K. Ltd. and Bambuser U.S.A. Corp. in order to
address the accelerated pace of adoption in the regions.

The expansion, which begins with the hire of Vice President of Sales César
Bravo de Rueda Sandoval, closely follows the company's entry into the U.S.
market, where recruitment efforts have accelerated. César, who 
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The Lobby is betting on video e-commerce to become ‘QVC meets TikTok’

  • The Lobby, an online marketplace where influencers post shoppable videos reviewing clothing and accessories, made its national debut on Tuesday. 
  • Founder Abigail Holt described The Lobby as “QVC meets TikTok,” with a particular focus on buzzy direct-to-consumer brands, including Solid and Striped, Girlfriend Collective, and Lunya. 
  • “Immediately we knew we needed to be more bullish on video because consumers want video,” Holt said. “We sensed people needed and wanted normalcy and connection … and thought a lot about how do we recreate that feeling.”
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

In a world that now runs entirely on streaming platforms, The Lobby is hitching its wagon to video commerce as the next big big trend in online shopping. 

The Lobby — a digital marketplace described by founder and CEO Abigail Holt as “QVC meets TikTok” — rolled out nationally on Tuesday, bringing its feed of influencer-produced shoppable videos to

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Thai designer turns school uniform to high-fashion [Video]

In Thailand, school uniforms are governed by strict rules, instructing the length of students’ hair, bows and even a mandatory type of socks.

As students across the country push back against what they call archaic rules, calling for education reform under the broader pro-democracy movement, one young clothing designer is throwing his support behind them in his own colourful way.

Tin Tunsopon has given the uniform a makeover: Oversized collars, flowy skirts and bold sleeve ruffles made from shoe laces.

“By re-creating these uniforms and through various designs, people can see that we should no longer be attached to the (traditional) uniforms.”

Protests sweeping through Thai high schools have been dubbed the ‘Bad Student’ movement by its leaders.

Students have made three finger salutes, inspired by the movie “The Hunger Games”, and made bold fashion choices, such as hacking off their hair publicly in protest.

Tin’s creations are also not

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Bambuser Establishes U.K. and U.S. Business Operations Following Remarkable First-year Momentum for Live Video Shopping Solution

LONDON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  As brands and retailers increasingly seek innovative ways to engage with and convert digital audiences, interactive live video streaming provider Bambuser today revealed that, after just one year since launch of its flagship Live Video Shopping technology, the company is establishing Bambuser U.K. Ltd. and Bambuser U.S.A. Corp. in order to address the accelerated pace of adoption in the regions.

The expansion, which begins with the hire of Vice President of Sales César Bravo de Rueda Sandoval, closely follows the company’s entry into the U.S. market, where recruitment efforts have accelerated. César, who is based in London, was most recently with Amazon, where he spent three years as Business Development and Partnerships Manager. Previously, he was with rewardStyle, where he served in numerous managerial roles. At Bambuser, he will be responsible for building and leading business development in the region.

Bambuser

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Video: Tesla Model 3 plows dummy pedestrian in automatic brake test

  • A widely shared clip on Twitter appears to show a Tesla Model 3 dramatically failing an automatic braking test in China.
  • In the clip, originally posted to the social media site Weibo, a simulated pedestrian on a controlled path is mowed down by the car.
  • In the US, AAA has found major flaws with many automakers’ emergency braking software, including Tesla. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

 

Tesla’s automatic braking apparently wasn’t enough to save a simulated pedestrian in China.

Video from social media site Weibo, posted to Twitter this month, shows a stuffed dummy on a track walking in front of a quickly accelerating Model 3. It doesn’t end well for the inanimate walker.

 

Jalopnik first spotted the video. Tesla didn’t respond to questions about it. 

It’s not clear who organized the event where the clip was taken, but it appears to be

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Fashion brands design ‘waist-up’ clothing for video calls

Fashion labels are designing outfits for video calls during the coronavirus pandemic.

A “waist-up” focus has been noticed at both Milan and London Fashion Weeks, with detailed necklines and relaxed trousers.

Prada placed its logo near the collars of its tops, and featured large coats pulled around shoulders like a blanket.

It said it was not inspired by Zoom, but by the “contemporary human relationship with technology”.

“Fashion is about reacting to reality,” said Miuccia Prada, head designer of Prada, at its virtual Milan fashion show. “During lockdown, I realised how important technology is and how it is impactful for us, and in some ways, an extension of ourselves.”

“The tunic tops and roll necks, with the brand’s famous triangle logo blown up and placed directly below the neckline, will certainly catch the eye of your fellow Zoomers,” Jane McFarland, fashion director at The Sunday Times, said of the collection.

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