Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were among the celebrities at Misha Nonoo’s star-studded wedding in Rome on Friday evening.
Jennifer Lopez never really goes away, but right now, she’s definitely having a moment. Lopez delighted the audience at the Versace SS20 show at the city’s Piazza Sei Febbraio venue by walking the runway in a reimagined version of the iconic green dress she wore to the 2000 Grammy Awards. Jennifer Lopez just closed the Versace Spring 2020 show in Milan in a reimagined version of her iconic 2000 Grammy dress.
The First Lady wore not one, but two stunning pastel dresses yesterday to welcome the Australian Prime Minister.
A study published last year found that just 6% of UK employees are now putting in the once customary “9 to 5” working week. It’s not too surprising that the TUC (Trade Unions Congress) has recently urged the government to introduce an additional four bank holidays a year in order to reduce the number of working days lost to anxiety and stress. Employees in Scotland and the East of England – the regions where people work the longest hours – put in 67 hours a year more than workers in Wales, the region where people work the shortest hours.
Hundreds of Thomas Cook passengers were stranded overnight at airports in the eastern Mediterranean – but not because of the company’s dire financial problems.Britain’s oldest package holiday company is in last-ditch talks to try to secure a refinancing deal with its creditors and other partners.
The film version of Donna Tartt’s novel, The Goldfinch, which is released next week, is unlikely to prove popular with the world’s museums. The story begins with an art lover’s nightmare – a terrorist’s bomb exploding in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It then centres around a 17th-century painting of a goldfinch that one of the surviving victims removes from the rubble.
It’s been dubbed the seven-minute miracle: teams of high-speed cleaners, with wide smiles and plastic flowers clipped to their hats, leap on board Japanese bullet trains and carry out a meticulous cleaning routine, before the next batch of passengers come on board.
It was Christmas 2008. It was the same year we’d all got our first jobs — at a fish and chip shop, receptionist at the local gym, waiting tables at the stunning brutalist Holiday Inn right by the motorway exit — and we’d decided to go all fucking out.
An Opinionated Guide To Vegan London is plant-based chef and blogger, Sara Kiyo Popowa's second book. Popowa amassed a large following on social media after she began posting details of the Japanese-style packed lunches she made for her husband, which led to her first book Bento Power. Drawing on her years of living in the capital, Popowa's extensive guide covers a wide range of well-renowned restaurants (Mildreds is still our go-to for sweet potato fries) and whether you're vegan or not, food photographer Sam Harris' accompanying imagery will leave you salivating.
Ahh the end of another great day on the slopes. Sliding from restaurant to restaurant admiring mountains outlined against an azure blue sky, swooping gracefully down runs at the top of your game. Skiing is bliss isn’t it?
I know it might sound ridiculous, but it was the Harvest Moon and – bear with me – a gong bath that made me do it. I was acknowledging the former in the midst of the latter (a process of lying on a yoga mat while listening to a stranger banging a gong; it’s meditative) when I realised that I’d not sown much this year to reap.