This entry was posted on Aug 23 2012 by Savannah Webber
Katie Holmes’ fashion line will debut at New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Centre. The actress Holmes & Yang label has just been added to the official New York schedule, with a preview that will take place on September 12, from 9.30-10.30 AM. The 125-seat studio venue has been specifically designed to house intimate presentations.
“This is a big deal for Katie to show in the tents, under the full attention of the fashion editors and the glare of the media scrutiny,” a source told The New York Post. “They could have done a small show elsewhere, so this proves she and Jeanne are very serious about their business.” Holmes & Yang was founded by Holmes and her stylist, Jeanne Yang, in 2009, making this a big step for the fashion line. It
This entry was posted on Aug 17 2012 by Savannah Webber
A high wire expert walks between two moving trucks before her line is snapped by a tunnel.
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This entry was posted on Aug 10 2012 by Savannah Webber
I see a lot of films by myself being a film reviewer, and it’s actually something I really love to do. But even I thought twice about hitting up a film about male strippers by myself. But that thought only lasted a short time, as I had heard so many good things about ‘Magic Mike’ that I didn’t care if I got sideways glances sitting there alone eating my popcorn.
“A male stripper teaches a younger performer how to party, pick up women, and make easy money.”
Well, ‘Magic Mike’ had something for everyone, in the sense that it’s about male strippers, but yet guys will get so much out of it as well. But not in a sexual way, well, maybe. It was bril
This entry was posted on Jul 21 2012 by Savannah Webber
TV ONE has announced a new Sunday night programme line-up for September that showcases the best of New Zealand content.
Two of the network’s hottest new shows will run back to back during primetime, making Sunday a night New Zealanders will not want to miss.
The keenly-awaited new entertainment show New Zealand’s Got Talent will go to air at 7.30, followed by the second series of the hugely popular local drama Nothing Trivial.
New Zealand’s Got Talent is the largest entertainment production undertaken by TV ONE in a decade, while Nothing Trivial broke all records for the premiere of a New Zealand drama series last year.
For the duration of the “Talent” series, high profile current affairs show Sunday will follow immediately after ONE News in a concentrated half-hour format.
Head of News and Current Affairs, Ross Dagan, says staffing and resources for Sunday will be maintained at the same level, and priority will be given to New Zealand content.