On Tuesday, Bella Hadid was spotted holding Off-White’s TIME clutch when she arrived at a hotel in Paris for an after party. And Kendall Jenner recently showed off a clutch that appeared to be a rolled-up magazine but was a vintage French weekly. … [Read more...] about PEOPLE Magazine Clutch Hits Off-White Runway – Plus Naomi Campbell Closes the Show with Princess Diana Tribute!
Blueprint, the first publication launch since Stewart was released from prison last March, is the latest in a series of projects, from new TV shows to books, that aim to revitalize the company. Stewart served a five-month prison sentence for lying about a stock sale. … [Read more...] about Martha Stewart to launch magazine for housewife
According to Waterwise, an imaginary line could be drawn from The Wash on the north-west margin of East Anglia, to the Bristol Channel, with groundwater more abundant to the south and east - except for Devon and Cornwall - and surface water to the north. They are also the lucky ones who don't get much limescale on their kettles and can whip up a good lather. … [Read more...] about Is there really a north-south water taste divide?
According to Bloomberg’s sources, the upgraded version of Apple News is expected to launch within the year, with a portion of the subscription revenue being offered to the magazines involved in the deal. It’s currently unknown whether the price will stay the same as Texture’s $10 a month, but a similar price seems likely given Apple Music’s monthly subscription cost of $10. … [Read more...] about Apple reportedly wants to become the Netflix of magazines via Apple News
But the deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, took the opposite view, siding with Leveson in saying that a state-backed body was needed to have oversight of self-regulation by the press. Leveson said that proposals from the Press Complaints Commission for a revamped regulator, backed by some but by no means all newspapers, would still amount to the "industry marking its own homework". … [Read more...] about Leveson report: David Cameron refuses to ‘cross Rubicon’ and write press law