The Sun Daily - Style
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In an extraordinary finale, the models emerged in dozens of cropped couture capes made of everything from white feathers to black jewels, glass crystals, clear plastic, tassels, pearls and beads. "They were a study in the shoulder – the trenchcoat is all about the shoulder, with the gun flaps, and the shoulder was also a big thing for Moore," Bailey told reporters backstage. He described how he spent many hours as a child in Moore's sculpture park, and relished the chance to collaborate with the foundation that protects his works. "I put my heart into this collection," said Bailey, Burberry's creative director and chief executive. The clothes went on sale immediately, after Burberry adopted the "see now buy now" model last year, but the capes will be displayed as part of a new Moore exhibition in central London. 'Making traditional feel new' For all that London Fashion Week plays on its reputation as a global melting pot of talent, it is also home to brands celebrate and promote their British heritage, particularly to US and Japanese clients.
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Asia Today
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### SHOW ORGANIZER InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd extends its influence through three marquee shows: InfoComm China, InfoComm India and InfoComm Middle East Africa. Together, the shows give industry players direct access to key pro‐AV and ICT markets, enabling them to tap into the vast potential. China, being the world’s largest pro‐AV market, offers a wealth of opportunities. India, with its digital and smartcity milieu, is a hotbed of innovative ideas. Home to a fastgrowing pro‐AV market, The Middle East and Africa is a draw for a multitude of project developers. Each show comprises a trade exhibition and Summit, both of which bring together industry players as well as decisionmakers across all sectors. The trade exhibition is a showcase of the world’s most cuttingedge and sought‐after inventions. The Summit offers complimentary learning opportunities to all trade professionals and end‐users.
Asia Today
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STV
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When we got to the train it looked like everybody was OK. A new exhibition of police wanted posters from the last century is on display in Aberdeen as part of the city's Granite Noir crime-fiction festival. From dark and deadly deeds, to a missing bulldog called Billy, they tell the tales of the most wanted and most feared criminals on the run.
ABC News - International
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The homes will be built on the site of the former Earls Court exhibition centre, which hosted a string of events since opening in 1937, including the indoor volleyball in the 2012 Olympics.
Dezeen
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Monolithic volumes against gradated backgrounds and staircases that lead to nowhere are depicted in the architectural paintings of Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo, which are set to go on show in London next month. Read more
Sputnik International
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Beijing Bulletin
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New Delhi [India], Feb. 22 (ANI): PEPSCON 2017, a two day international conference and exhibition, with a theme- ' Housing for All by 2022', which began here today, witnessed participation from govern
AFP News Agency
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PanARMENIAN.Net - A new blockbuster Vermeer exhibition which opens Wednesday, February 22 aims to smash the myth that the Dutch master was a solitary genius who worked alone at home cut off from the w
Cotswold Journal
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BBC News 24
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She knows what suits her and she wears it well. Few would disagree with that and the exhibition organisers can be confident that the crowds will come from around the world to experience something of Diana's glamour. Interest in Diana remains considerable, despite the passage of years, but one imagines that her family would hope that she would be remembered for much more than just the dresses she wore. didn't like to be known as a clotheshorse, however she did understand the language of fashion very well and she used clothes to help her do the job on hand.
BBC News 24
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The results were frequently eye-catching - dresses that have lingered in the memory and now, 20 years after Diana's death, 25 of those dresses have been brought together for an exhibition at her former home, Kensington Palace. They chart the evolution of an initially quite demure teenager through to her emergence on the national and international stages, with, outwardly at least, much greater confidence in her choices of costume.
BBC News 24
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Some of her most recognisable and exquisite outfits have been brought together for a new exhibition - 'Diana, her fashion story' in this, the 20th anniversary year of her death. Our royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell has been to Kensington Palace for a preview. Her public image was in so many ways defined by the clothes that she wore. She was one of world's most photographed women and many of the world's top designers clamoured to dress her.
Sky News
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He has become a successful artist and recently killed his own exhibition. -- held. Do you remember how you started? At times, I was sitting up, and I was getting really bored.
Sky News
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Everywhere she travelled, the cameras followed, capturing images that would be projected around the world, fuelling an intense fascination in Princess Diana and the clothes she wore. Now an exhibition inside Kensington Palace is putting on display some of her most iconic outfits, from her demure early wardrobe to an array of spectacular evening wear that would mark her out as an international style icon.
Daily Express
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A NEW Princess Diana exhibition will open at Kensington Palace this week featuring some of her most iconic dresses. Here is a look at some of her best looks and our favourite pieces from the show.
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The Week
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When painting He-Man, for example, I wanted his head to look squishy and chewy compared to the rigid plastic of his torso. I wanted to paint the toys as they exist now, with wonky legs, parts missing and noticeable damage. I got a kick out of painting the weathered sticker on the R2-D2 figure and the scratches on Optimus Prime. Video of Joe Simpson paintsOptimus Primeaction figure // TIME LAPSE The whole project has been a greatly nostalgic trip for me – I originally only planned to paint about eight pieces, but fell down a rabbit hole and ended up making 34 paintings in total. It's been really great to hear people's reactions to them, and the memories that are provoked by the toys. I'm excited to finally show them all together for the first time at the London exhibition. Joe Simpson is a figurative painter living and working in London. Best known for his life-like paintings of actors and musicians including Olivia Colman, Brandon Flowers, Paloma Faith and Michael Sheen, Simpson's paintings have been shown at venues such as the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Albert Hall, Manchester Art Gallery and the House of Commons; joe-simpson.
The Week
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Key pieces can be viewed first-hand at a constantly changing exhibition created within its New Bond Street store, currently focusing on the company's expertise in leather, from its protective gear of the 1930s to the striped designs seen in the 1971 McQueen film On Any Sunday, which inspired its current collections. For those who want to walk away with an original, there's also a rail of curated vintage purchases for sale. belstaff.com Belstaff
Daily Express
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PRINCESS Diana’s most iconic dresses will go on show at her former home Kensington Palace to mark the 20th anniversary of her death. Before the exhibition opens on Friday, here is a look at how you can get tickets.