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WRITE ON NEW YORK Children’s clothing is gone. There are plenty of bathing suits. Shoes are scarce. Women’s plus-size dresses are in big supply. Men’s socks can still be had but tights and pantyhose: zilch. Rows and rows of jeans and sweaters but need a coat? 50% off but only eleven left. Versace is discounted… Read more »

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LONDON:  Maria Sharapova has blasted America’s own Serena Williams  for her controversial comments over a high-profile rape case and also criticized the Wimbledon Champion’s colourful private life. We say save the battle for the Tennis Match and let Wimbledon begin in peace. There will be enough time for fighting on the Tennis Court and whatever comments Serena made she has apologized for. You might… Read more »

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Hold the phone or maybe not anymore! As manufacturers and developers are increasingly experimenting with wearable technology what about a glove phone? This is the latest in an ever increasing trend that has included clothes that display twitter updates, mobile phone headsets, Google glasses, mobile phones that work in conjunction with wristwatches, and bracelets that track your… Read more »

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The world is in a mess and the fact that Victoria Beckham could be voted Woman Of The Decade at last night’s Glamour Awards ceremony doesn’t help matters. What type of role models are we promoting here? Now maybe she once sang a few catchy numbers. Certainly not Opera style, and maybe more recently she has become… Read more »

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It’s been a few months since we caught up with fashion designer John Galliano on the streets of New York and now he has given his first-ever sober interview. The fallen fashion iconic desiger tells Vanity Fair contributing editor Ingrid Sischy that, in spite of his words, he is not an anti-Semite or a racist. “It’s the worst… Read more »

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Millions of protesters rallied in major cities across the world last Saturday as part of a global protest against seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces. We wonder where is Mayor Bloomberg in all of this? Yes, he is concerned about soft drinks and smoking, which is commendable but what about Monsanto’s work at play in New York supermarkets and across… Read more »

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  F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short third novel, The Great Gatsby, – is shot through with flashes of gorgeous description,  satiric wit, and  bursts of dialogue that perfectly capture the ennui, emptiness and vulgar excess of the roaring twenties. The story centers on a mysterious con man, Long Island millionaire bootlegger, Jay Gatsby, and his pipe… Read more »

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This might well be the Chevy of the future and while the eco -friendly specs might be right what about the look? General Motors’ goal for this electric vehicle is to be a connected, zero-emissions personal transportation car that addresses issues with traffic congestion, parking availability, air quality and affordability. At 1,100 pounds and less than… Read more »

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Frédéric Fekkai is a French master stylist, an entrepreneur in the luxury hair care market and a style arbiter. He is also the author of “Frederic Fekkai: A Year of Style”. There is one woman who has followed his scissors for over two decades and her name is Mia Babes. Whether you are Royal, Political,… Read more »