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@EUGYOFFICIAL – Hold Me Down (ft. Wavy The Creator) #EUGY #DisturbingLondon #Music

September 12, 2019

EUGY, Meji Alabi, Hold Me Down, Fairfield Halls, Afrobeat, Skepta, Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Burna Boy

Following the the success of ‘LoLo,’ which as amassed over 5 million combined streams and received a coveted spot on BBC 1Xtra’s A-List, Eugy returns with ‘Hold Me Down,‘ featuring the Nigerian Alien herself Wavy The Creator.

Premiered by DJ Target on  BBC Radio 1Xtra, Eugy’s second release of the year flawlessly combines Afrobeats with Eugy and Wavy’s stunning melodies. The euphoric beat radiates island vibes, ideal for those last-minute Summer feels.

Directed by Cellar Door mandem Meji Alabi (Skepta, Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Burna Boy), the videowas the first video to be shot in the National Theatre in Accra, Ghana and featured cinematic visuals showcasing pleasing aesthetics and African beauty in its finest form.

Courtesy of ‘The Thinker

 

 

 

#WomanCrushWednesday @arabellagolby

September 11, 2019

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#MondayMotivation

September 9, 2019

#VeniceFilmFestival2019 #The Best Dresses

September 4, 2019

This week, the stars have flocked to Italy for the Venice Film Festival, where their absolute best looks are on full display. See what Kristen Stewart, Natalie Portman, Meryl Streep, and others wore on the red carpet and just out and about at the annual festival. Scroll on to catch a bunch of different looks of your favourite stars, all to promote their latest projects. We’re sure you’ve already got a favourite outfit.

1). Kristen Stewart: In Chanel

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2). Natalie Portman: In Gucci

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3). Amal Clooney: In Atelier Versace George-Amal-Clooney-Venice-Film-Festival-2017

 

4). Cate Blanchett: In Giorgio Armani Privé

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5). Lady Gaga: In Valentino Haute Couture

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6). Zoe Kravitz: Armani Privé

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7). Lily Rose Depp: In Chanel

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8). Timothée Chalamet: In Haider Ackermann suit

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9). Ni Ni: In Gucci

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10). Mariana di Girolamo: In Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition Fall 2019

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11). Meryl Streep: In Givenchy

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12). Sienna Miller: In Gucci

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13). Zazie Beetz: In Valentino Haute Couture

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14). Penélope Cruz: In Ralph & Russo Couture gown & Atelier Swarovski fine jewellery

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Which outfit is your favourite? Surprisingly, same as the situation in Met Gala this year, no one is wearing Dolce & Gabbana. Most of the stars wear Gucci, Chanel, Valentino, Armani and other designer brands etc. Is there literally no one (not only Chinese stars) going to wear D&G any more? Obviously, Dolce & Gabbana has lost hearts among their high-profile customers in this world since the cancellation of their Shanghai show due to ‘Racism’ last year. Now D&G stores are massively shutting down in Shanghai and Beijing. In fashion industry, if any brand is accused of ‘Racism’ once, though only once, your fashion career can be OVER!

But ‘Racism’ is really bad, isn’t it?

 

Courtesy of ‘The Designer

 

#SKYLENCE #CharityFashionShow @LondonFashionWeek2019

September 3, 2019

We are excited to see SKYLENCE’s first ever Fashion Show during the London Fashion Week period at London Edition Hotel this Saturday 7th September. Hosted by Martin’s Charity Fashion Event, they will be raising funds for a worthy social cause for International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Save Our Species (IUCN SOS) programme. Funds raised through this fashion event will go towards supporting their efforts in conservationism and animal welfare across the world.

SKYLENCE is a contemporary womenswear brand that combines clean lines of modern European design with traditional Chinese cultural and historical details. They like to think of it as ‘Cultural Attire’ for modern cosmopolitan professional women. They design to tell a story, empower women in their everyday life and deliver an immaculate high-end experience.

We like this theme and this show should be amazing! To see more of their brand stories and collection, visit www.skylence.com.

To attend the event, you can purchase tickets here: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/martinscharityfashionevent.

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Courtesy of ‘The Designer

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September 2, 2019

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