Louis Vuitton Brings ‘Muses’ to Tokyo
The fashion designer, who is hardly ever seen without a make-up, says she is just a tired mother (of four!) at the end of the day and the couple’s life is “much more normal than people think.” The 39-year-old mom of four is featured on the cover of the September issue of Australia n Vogue magazine wearing a black lacy Louis Vuitton mini negligee dress with spaghetti strap. Her hair is pulled back in a messy bun and the Posh-spice is seen without any accessory. She is wearing nude lip colour and only highlights her eyes. The photographs are taken by Boo George and styling is done by Caroline Newell. Must Read Islamic Clerics Say Women Posting Photos on Facebook is Unacceptable Sponsorship Link Beckham, who is a mom to Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10, Cruz, 8, and Harper, 2, says she is not left with any energy left at the end of the day just like any other mom. “Honestly, once the children are in bed I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eyebrows,” revealed Beckham in her 10th Vogue magazine issue, according to Daily Mail. “By the time Brooklyn’s finally gone to bed, it’s all I’m fit for.
Qatar-backed Louis Vuitton expands hotel portfolio
Bertrand, another big personality – and the Australian who ended the longest winning streak in sports for America in the waters off Newport, R.I., in 1983 – recalled that the first Louis Vuitton series was an “intense battle (that) allowed us to raise our performance level. But above all, we needed this new trophy in order to win the honor of racing against the defender and carrying on the adventure.” Bertrand and his team aboard Australia II won 48 of 54 qualifying races, and beat the British syndicate Victory 83 by 4 races to 1 in the finals to go up against defender Liberty, skippered by legendary American sailor Dennis Conner . Bertrand recounted the battle against Conner: “The first team to win four heats would walk away with the oldest trophy in the world. We were down 1-3 and couldn’t afford any more mistakes. Even so, we missed our start and took off several lengths behind the Americans – it couldn’t have looked any worse. But we were ready for war, and we summoned up the strength to come back 2-3, and then equalize at 3-3.” On Sept. 26, 1983, Bertrand carried off a victory that was celebrated for months in Australia and lamented for four years in America (until Conner won the trophy back in 1987).
‘There’s power in fashion!’ Dianna Argon is transformed as a glamorous redhead on luxury Italian getaway with Louis Vuitton
Not anymore. ‘The pieces I wore in Venice were exquisite – each its own work of art.’ While the star confesses she was not always into fashion – no doubt that has changed since landing the role of cheerleader Quinn Fabray on her hit show – Dianna said the experience was far from wasted on her. The star revealed she now knows that fashion can change how you see and fell about yourself. ‘I’m usually low-key, but when LV dressed me, I felt somehow mischievous and fabulous at the same time. ‘But also, when I wore those gorgeous dresses and heels, I was reminded that, as an actress, the style choices I make influence how directors think of me.
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The latest addition to LVMHs growing portfolio of five-star hotels consists of 39 rooms, suites and villas and was bought for an undisclosed sum. Other luxury hotel portfolio already includes properties in Paris, the Maldives and Oman. LVMH was formed by the 1987 merger of fashion house Louis Vuitton with champagne and liquor makers Moet Hennessy. Sovereign wealth fund Qatar Holding holds a 1.03 percent interest in the company, which was valued at around 699m euro ($914m) last year. LVMHs profits for the first half of 2013 rose two percent to 2.71bn ($3.6bn), the Paris-based company said last month.
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At 47 meters tall, 28 meters long and with an 11 meter keel, HiLoad DP unit No. 1 looks top-heavy and out of place in the water, more like a partly submerged container-port crane than a ship of any type – or a fish for that matter. … NYC comptroller candidate arrested for illegal drug sales Reuters – Thu, Aug 8, 2013 By Chris Francescani NEW YORK (Reuters) – A former Manhattan madam who is running for New York City comptroller was arrested and charged Louis Vuitton Outlet with selling prescription pills for cash, the FBI said on Tuesday. In the latest twist to the city’s scandal-hit campaign season, Kristin Davis, 38, allegedly sold prescription pills to a federal informant four times in four months this year, the FBI said. Davis is running for the post of comptroller – in effect the city’s chief financial officer – also being Boys in Canada believed killed by snake that escaped cage: police Reuters – Wed, Aug 7, 2013 By Victoria Cavaliere (Reuters) – Two young brothers found dead in an apartment over a reptile store in New Brunswick, Canada, were believed to have been strangled by a snake that escaped its enclosure and slithered into the building’s ventilation system, police said on Monday. The boys, ages 5 and 7, were sleeping over at a friend’s apartment above Reptile Ocean in the city of Campbellton.