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What To Expect From Paris Fashion Week – Vogue.co.uk

Monday, September 25, 2017

We’ll always have Paris, but the bastion of fashion is going through some pretty massive changes this year. You might call it an evolution. Since Vetements cheekily invaded haute couture week last year, only to exit it again after two seasons, show scheduling hasn’t been the same in the French capital. This July, Rodarte and Proenza Schouler moved their shows from New York to Paris for haute couture week, and…

Milan Fashion Week 2017: ‘Most beautiful girl in the world’ Thylane Blondeau walks for Dolce & Gabbana – The Independent

Monday, September 25, 2017

The 16-year-old model who was dubbed the “most beautiful girl in the world” at the age of six walked the catwalk for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday night in a “secret” off-schedule show. Thylane Blondeau found fame at the age of four after she made her fashion debut on Jean Paul Gaultier’s catwalk and posed for Vogue Enfants two years later. The French teen is now signed…

Britain’s newspapers could learn a lot from Jimmy the milkman – The Guardian

Monday, September 25, 2017

When I look at the dwindling circulation graphs for Britain’s newspapers the image of a glider plane comes to mind. It’s being piloted expertly – for many remain products of high quality – but decidedly to earth. I am also reminded of a ride I once took on a milk float driven around Blackburn by John “Jimmy” Mather. That had been his family’s trade for a generation and all was…

The first Tamil newspapers – The Hindu

Monday, September 25, 2017

The recent celebration of its fourth anniversary by THE Indhu, as I choose to call it, transliterating its title, had me recalling that though, for well over a century, The Hindu stable did not have a Tamil paper, it significantly contributed to pioneering Tamil dailies. How many today remember that G Subramania Aiyer, a founder of The Hindu in 1878 and its first Editor, played a lead role in spreading…

Britain’s newspapers could learn a lot from Jimmy the milkman – The Guardian

Monday, September 25, 2017

When I look at the dwindling circulation graphs for Britain’s newspapers the image of a glider plane comes to mind. It’s being piloted expertly – for many remain products of high quality – but decidedly to earth. I am also reminded of a ride I once took on a milk float driven around Blackburn by John “Jimmy” Mather. That had been his family’s trade for a generation and all was…

Newspaper headlines: Brexit battle and Germany election – BBC News – BBC News

Monday, September 25, 2017

Image caption The row in the Tory party rumbles on in the Daily Telegraph, which says allies of Chancellor Philip Hammond have accused Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson of being “simple-minded” over Brexit and warned that the transition period may need to be extended until after the next election. Image caption The Metro says Theresa May has a fight on her hands to stay in Number 10, with up to 50…

The Athletic: Paywall sports journalism plants its flag Detroit | Crain’s … – Crain’s Detroit Business

Monday, September 25, 2017

The Athletic isn’t offering the enormous wages that The National spent to hire prestige journalists such as Frank Deford and Mike Lupica, but it isn’t being cheap. They’re paying salaries and benefits luring talent away from old-line media, while also picking up jobless sports reporters laid off in the waves of local and national cutbacks. The site’s owners say they’re keenly cognizant of burning through cash. They’ve raised $7.7 million…

Newspaper headlines: Cabinet ‘all-out war’ over Brexit – BBC News

Monday, September 25, 2017

Image copyright Reuters The Sunday papers are dominated by Brexit following Theresa May’s speech in Florence on Friday. The Sunday Telegraph claims that the “fragile” cabinet truce over the prime minister’s transition plan has begun to “fracture”, after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson set out a series of red lines on Brexit – including a demand for the UK not to adopt any new EU rules and regulations during any transition…

Writing Rupert, Playing Murdoch, Making ‘Ink’ – The New York Times – New York Times

Monday, September 25, 2017

JAMES GRAHAM I began writing it at the beginning of 2016, but even before Brexit and Trump’s election, I was interested in the way our news discourse was changing online and through social media. The more aggressive populist language of journalism there made me think about the aggressive populist tone that started with The Sun. Photo Before “Ink,” James Graham found success with plays including “This House” and “Privacy.” Credit…

The Top 5 Collections of Milan Fashion Week Spring 2018 – Vogue.com

Monday, September 25, 2017

Milan Fashion Week was a day shorter than usual—same number of collections, just fewer hours in which to see them. But if the schedule was more packed—especially Saturday, when the prolific Dolce & Gabbana put on a “Secret Show” of new eveningwear at 10 p.m.—at least the sun was shining. Even better, we actually got to enjoy it, with a handful of designers opting for open air venues. Marco de…

Britain’s newspapers could learn a lot from Jimmy the milkman – The Guardian

Monday, September 25, 2017

When I look at the dwindling circulation graphs for Britain’s newspapers the image of a glider plane comes to mind. It’s being piloted expertly – for many remain products of high quality – but decidedly to earth. I am also reminded of a ride I once took on a milk float driven around Blackburn by John “Jimmy” Mather. That had been his family’s trade for a generation and all was…

Newspaper headlines: Brexit battle and Germany election – BBC News

Monday, September 25, 2017

Image caption The row in the Tory party rumbles on in the Daily Telegraph, which says allies of Chancellor Philip Hammond have accused Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson of being “simple-minded” over Brexit and warned that the transition period may need to be extended until after the next election. Image caption The Metro says Theresa May has a fight on her hands to stay in Number 10, with up to 50…

Newspaper headlines: Cabinet ‘all-out war’ over Brexit – BBC News

Monday, September 25, 2017

Image copyright Reuters The Sunday papers are dominated by Brexit following Theresa May’s speech in Florence on Friday. The Sunday Telegraph claims that the “fragile” cabinet truce over the prime minister’s transition plan has begun to “fracture”, after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson set out a series of red lines on Brexit – including a demand for the UK not to adopt any new EU rules and regulations during any transition…

Writing Rupert, Playing Murdoch, Making ‘Ink’ – New York Times

Monday, September 25, 2017

JAMES GRAHAM I began writing it at the beginning of 2016, but even before Brexit and Trump’s election, I was interested in the way our news discourse was changing online and through social media. The more aggressive populist language of journalism there made me think about the aggressive populist tone that started with The Sun. Photo Before “Ink,” James Graham found success with plays including “This House” and “Privacy.” Credit…

This fashion designer just showed us how to switch up our cat eye, and BRB running to Sephora – HelloGiggles

Monday, September 25, 2017

Tristan Fewings/Getty Images Autumn may be the season of falling leaves and cozy sweaters, but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep a bit of summer with us as the weather turns colder. On the Missoni runway at Milan Fashion Week this weekend, the designer showed a colorful take on cat-eye makeup that’s super summery but also perfect for fall — a reminder of warmer weather and a way to brighten up…

Britain’s newspapers could learn a lot from Jimmy the milkman – The Guardian

Sunday, September 24, 2017

When I look at the dwindling circulation graphs for Britain’s newspapers the image of a glider plane comes to mind. It’s being piloted expertly – for many remain products of high quality – but decidedly to earth. I am also reminded of a ride I once took on a milk float driven around Blackburn by John “Jimmy” Mather. That had been his family’s trade for a generation and all was…

Newspaper headlines: Cabinet ‘all-out war’ over Brexit – BBC News

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Image caption The Observer publishes an open letter from more than 30 MPs as well as MEPs, Labour peers, trade union leaders and mayors calling for Jeremy Corbyn to commit to full and permanent membership of the EU single market and customs union – so the party can offer a clear alternative to the Conservatives over Brexit. Image caption The Mail on Sunday describes “all-out war” between Chancellor Philip Hammond…

Writing Rupert, Playing Murdoch, Making ‘Ink’ – New York Times

Sunday, September 24, 2017

JAMES GRAHAM I began writing it at the beginning of 2016, but even before Brexit and Trump’s election, I was interested in the way our news discourse was changing online and through social media. The more aggressive populist language of journalism there made me think about the aggressive populist tone that started with The Sun. Photo Before “Ink,” James Graham found success with plays including “This House” and “Privacy.” Credit…

Newspaper headlines: Cabinet ‘all-out war’ over Brexit – BBC News

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Image caption The Observer publishes an open letter from more than 30 MPs as well as MEPs, Labour peers, trade union leaders and mayors calling for Jeremy Corbyn to commit to full and permanent membership of the EU single market and customs union – so the party can offer a clear alternative to the Conservatives over Brexit. Image caption The Mail on Sunday describes “all-out war” between Chancellor Philip Hammond…