Kendra Bentley to Appear on Cover of December’s Elle Magazine | News

MIAMI, Nov. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — American fashion model, Kendra Bentley, has been announced as the feature model for the cover and editorial of December’s edition of Elle Magazine. The December issue will feature fashion-forward red and holiday colors.

The December cover marks Bentley’s third booked cover of 2021. Earlier this year, Kendra was on the cover of Glamour Bulgaria in March and Harper’s Bazaar Serbia in October.

Kendra Bentley is proud to represent all the models who are proof positive that a modeling career doesn’t have to come to an end just because a woman decides to have children or reaches a certain age.

“It is my sincere hope that booking covers as a model over the age of 35 is an inspiration to others in the industry who want to pursue their dream past their twenties,” explains Bentley.

“The modeling industry and society at large have

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Jefferson County woman out $51,000 as scammers target online shoppers | St. Louis News Headlines

ST. LOUIS ( — The pandemic has turned more people into online shopping and scammers are taking advantage of this to to steal money from unsuspecting people.

An 84-year-old Jefferson County woman learned that the hard way when she lost $51,000.

“They know exactly what to say, they know how to scare you,” Patricia said. She asked us to only use her first name to hide her identity. “I feel totally stupid and embarrassed to tell the story, really embarrassed, but I thought I want to help other people.”

She says the scam started when she got her computer fixed and days later received a message that appeared to be from the same company.

“I had this little message that it was Geek Squad and I had $423 coming back,” Patricia said. “We had to get into my account which I should have known.”

She says the man on the

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What’s Next for the Fashion System? | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

Last spring, as fashion brands announced pandemic-driven furloughs and store closures, Saint Laurent released a dramatic statement. The Kering-owned luxury brand planned to “take control of its pace and reshape its schedule” by abandoning the calendar of runway shows that had formed a key part of the luxury fashion business model for decades. Freed from this system, the brand said it would create its collections “with an up-to-date perspective, driven by creativity.”

The decision made waves far beyond Paris and fuelled a debate that had been growing in the industry ever since the rise of globalisation and the mainstreaming of the internet triggered questions on whether it still made sense to present collections via traditional runway shows, bundled together in fashion weeks according to Eurocentric “seasons” months before they hit stores in an age when the runway, at least for the bigger brands that anchor major fashion weeks, had largely

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Santa Fe fashion designer touts style, comfort to boot | Local News

Wendy Lane Henry vividly remembers the first pair of cowboy boots she ever bought.

She was a teenager walking through a Neiman Marcus department store in Miami when she spotted a pair of burgundy-colored alligator skin boots.

“They were so different,” said Henry, standing inside her store, Back at the Ranch, in Santa Fe, surrounded by hundreds of handmade cowboy boots she designed.

“My parents didn’t dress me up like a cowgirl,” Henry said. “But I just had to have them.”

Half a century later, cowboy boots have become what Henry is known for. From her cozy adobe shop on Marcy Street, Henry has worked to evolve the classic American footwear, combining traditional Western aesthetics with modern, high-end, fashion-forward sensibilities and designs.

“We are a luxury brand, the Rolls-Royce of cowboy boots,” Henry said. “We’re not ‘yeehaw.’ We brought our cowboy boots into the fashion world.”

Fashion has long been

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