celebrity-news-7-7-2014

Celebrity News - 7/7/2014

PARIS Jennifer Lopez arrived in style at Paris Fashion Week. The singer dazzled at the Versace show in an outfit that is best described as half dress, half pantsuit – complete with a thigh high split. J. Lo also posed with the designer herself Donatella Versace. Meanwhile, Uma Thurman brought her 15-year-old daughter Maya to the Miu Miu collection. Also spotted at the show: Gemma Arterton, Freida Pinto and Alexa Chung – who chimed in on the importance of haute couture. :44 Alexa Chung: I mean it’s…important :54 LONDON Over in London, Pharrell Williams got to hang with music legend Jimmy Page as the two were both honored at the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards. It was a busy time for Pharrell – who was in England to perform several nights at the Wireless Festival. Kanye West also hit the stage at the music festival and this is what Pharrell had to say about him. :30 Pharrell Williams: he’s an amazing…guy :40 Jul 8, 2014
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The Balancing Act

Designer Sulakshana Monga has created a niche for herself and once a Sulakshana fan always a fan! The juxtaposition of structure with fluid is a signature style of the designer and she tops it with multiple layers. Her current collection strives towards creating a balance and works with a muted colour palette that moves from [...] Jul 8, 2014
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World owes it to Holocaust hero Wallenberg to solve mystery

For nearly 70 years, 91-year-old Matilda Von Dardel and other family members of Swedish Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg have been struggling to find out what happened to him after he disappeared in Soviet custody in January 1945. Duration: 01:31 Jul 7, 2014
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James Cameron urges people to eat plants to save world

New Delhi, July 7 (ANI): James Cameron would be planning a global campaign with wife Suzy Amis Cameron in order to recommend people to include more plant-based foods in their diet rather than animals or animal products. According to a leading magazine, the couple suggested that if implemented on a global scale, the diet would dramatically cut carbon emissions and improve overall health, media reported. Ms. Cameron said that right now they were at the genesis of creating the project and collecting the science behind it so they were both steeped in the research and the data. The couple reportedly cut meat and dairy from their diet overnight over two years ago for health reasons. Jul 7, 2014