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Inside the exclusive fashion shot hosted by British Fashion Council at Expo 2020





British Fashion Council x UK pavilion


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British Fashion Council x UK pavilion

In-person fashion runway presentations are back on the radar and we couldn’t be more ecstatic.

British Fashion Council in partnership with HSBC Middle East and Chalhoub Group hosted an exclusive catwalk show at the Expo 2020 Dubai’s UK Pavilion for the leading British designer label Preen by Thornton Bregazzi on October 24, 2021.

Founded by Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, the thematic concept for their Spring/Summer 2022 collection was enlightened by lockdown-induced dressing that echoed elements of a bygone era.




British Fashion Council x UK pavilion fashion show


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British Fashion Council x UK pavilion fashion show

From voluminous dresses to vegan-leather bodices, the collection was nothing short of innovative as displayed on the models who walked the runway. With vintage upcycled patchwork and ruffled sleeved pieces, the

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Model dies days after being shot at in Patna, criminals still at large



Model shot dead in Patna while returning with daughter from Durga Puja pandal


Model shot dead in Patna while returning with daughter from Durga Puja pandal

A fashion model from Patna, who was shot by unidentified miscreants, succumbed to her injuries on Sunday morning.

36-year-old Mona Roy was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in the city after she was shot on Tuesday night while returning with her 11-year-old daughter from a Durga Puja pandal.

The incident took place in Ramnagar Colony under Rajiv Nagar Police Station at around 10pm when two motorcycle-borne men fired at her right outside her home. Her daughter escaped unhurt in this incident.

Soon after the incident, the police reached the spot and rushed Mona to a nearby hospital.

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According to doctors, she had suffered a bullet injury in her waist because of which her liver was damaged.

On Sunday morning, her condition deteriorated and she

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What happened before Charlotte police officer shot woman

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police investigators stand near the motorcycle of an officer who was involved in a shooting on Tyvola Road in Charlotte, NC, on Thursday, September 23, 2021. The shooting happened near the intersection of South Boulevard.

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The woman shot and wounded by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer outside a beauty supply store Thursday “wasn’t acting very normal,” the business owner told The Charlotte Observer.

Police on Friday identified the woman as 23-year-old Raynique Austin. Public records show she has a Spartanburg, S.C., address. She was in stable condition at a local hospital, according to a CMPD news release.

When Austin is released from the hospital, police said she’ll be charged with attempted murder, five counts of hit and run, fleeing to elude arrest and damage to property.

Just after 4 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to a call about an armed woman outside a business firing gunshots at the

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The USA men have one shot left to avoid historic Olympic track ignominy [Video]

At this time last summer, Cole Hocker had yet to run a meaningful race in college, let alone on the Olympic stage.

A year later, the promising but inexperienced 20-year-old is the U.S. men’s track team’s last hope of avoiding ignominy.

An American man has won gold in an individual running event at least once at every Olympics in which the U.S. has participated. Since 1896, the only exception is the 1980 Moscow Games that the U.S. famously boycotted.

That streak is on life support in Tokyo with nine of 10 men’s individual running events already complete. The underachieving Americans have claimed four second-place finishes and a pair of third places so far in those races but have yet to produce a gold medalist.

Hocker’s presence in Saturday’s men’s 1,500 meters final offers the U.S. one last-gasp chance to preserve its gold-medal streak. The floppy-haired University of Oregon sophomore has

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