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The Vogue 100 Gala Dinner

On Monday night, Alexandra Shulman (OBE & Editor-in-Chief) and the quintessential red carpet muses celebrated British Vogue’s foundation in 1916 at the Vogue 100 Gala Dinner in Kensington Gardens, London. There have been many events taking place to mark the centenary celebrations of all that is British Vogue. Over the weekend, the annual Vogue (100) Festival took place which included an array ...

Billboard Music Awards 2016: The Best Looks

The Billboard Music Awards were held on Sunday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The ceremony, hosted by rapper/actor Ludacris and singer Ciara, included performances by famous names of the music industry like Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, and a widely criticised Prince tribute by Madonna. Canadian singer and songwriter The Weeknd was the big winner ...

8 Luxury Train Journeys To Go On Before You Die

We all need a little luxury and a long train ride sometimes…

#BeOurGuest

“Once upon a time, in a faraway land, a young prince lived in a shining castle. Although he had everything his heart desired, the prince was spoiled, selfish, and unkind…” How precisely you remember that opening narration by David Ogden Stiers may vary, but who could forget the accompanying ethereal, haunting piano music that opened Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in 1991, the first animated feature to receive a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars. 25 years later, those same magical chords have returned to tickle the hairs on the back of your neck.



Admittedly, even for a teaser trailer, this doesn’t show much. Rather than offering brief glimpses at some of the most beloved characters of our childhood, and selling us on how well the film will ‘update’ Disney’s original, instead the trailer elects to simply build atmosphere, and sell us on how well the film will recapture the experience and feeling of its predecessor. Images of a mighty yet mysterious castle, vast and vacant chambers, a portrait of a young prince before it is ripped

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Girl-Busters: Is Feminism In Film Being Fixed To Fail?

In the past year, film merchandising has become scrutinized for its habitual omission of female characters. Black Widow was overlooked in ‘Avengers 2’ products. The star of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ was absent from games and toy sets, spawning the hashtag #WheresRey. Back in October, Jennifer Lawrence ignited an industry-wide debate on the wage disparity between male and female ...

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: SEASON 1 REVIEW

Marvel may have the upper hand when it comes to movies, but Detective Comics have clearly taken the initiative on television, thanks in no small part to prouder Greg Berlanti: For the man who bought us The Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl, now unveils what’s arguably his most ambitious project to date; DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (LOT): A 16-part sci-fi spectacular ...

Jamie Oliver Hosts ‘Food Revolution’ Day With Celebrity Guests.

”Every child deserves the right food to thrive” was Jamie Oliver’s slogan as he held the ‘Food Revolution‘ Day on Friday last after recently launching the campaign. Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, MBE, has long been an advocate for embracing fresh food and a balanced, nourishing diet. Childhood obesity is on an ever increasing rise in the UK and Jamie believes education ...

Fleur East Signs US Recording Deal

The singer has signed a large-scale recording deal in the United States after securing lucrative television appearances and increasing chart success. Fleur East came second in the X Factor UK back in 2014, losing out to Ben Haenow.

X-Men: Apocalypse Review

Way back in 2000, it was Bryan Singer’s X-Men who started the ball rolling on the comic book movie genre as we know it, bringing the mutant team to the silver screen for the first time, albeit in tight leather suits. The explosion of comic book movies that followed owes its popularity to the tentative first steps taken by 20th ...

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