Advertise with NZME.Fashion: Clean cut French utilitarian style8 Jul, 2017 01:00 AMQuick ReadA navy shirt dress teamed at Gabriela Hearst Resort 2017. But think back to that other Yves Saint Laurent muse, Betty Catroux, and you’ll find the ultimate blueprint for relaxed utilitarian pieces mixed with classic tailoring. Her preference for Safari suits and neat coats re showcased a pared back elegance that’s stood the test of time.Although uniform inspired fashion will never date, its polished and practical elements are what make it a seasonal, year round favourite.
That could start to change next year, though, as flagship virtual reality experiences hit the market. I got a press preview of the upcoming Medal of Honor first person shooter that will launch on the Oculus Quest in 2020. An hour of playing the World War II game flew by, and it was one of the first VR games that felt like you could enjoy it week after week rather than being just a tech demo.
It’s here we get to see the other side of Abby, the one who serves faithfully in a local militia, who has friends and lovers and a rich inner life of her own. We come to realize that what felt in those early hours like a brutal murder was actually a righteous act of personal release. We sympathize with Abby, and through her actions are made to understand that she’s not actually a bad person..
Jobs had paid for people houses, cars, and kids college. Workers took pride in being skilled sewing operators. A rising star at Fruit of the Loom, Bailey was posted to Central America to set up new facilities that would make the very same T shirts and underwear his friends Campbellsville once made.
Samsung’s failed gamble with its earlier than usual Galaxy Note 7 launch is a story worth the big movie screens. The series of events that began in August, will haunt the South Korean tech giant for a long time. After a series of bad decisions, Samsung had to finally kill the Galaxy Note 7 altogether and grudgingly refund the money or replace units with Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones.
“I’m shocked. It’s outrageous,” said John Diamond of the vote this morning by the Joint Audit committee to prevent testimony from being given by Brad Choate and Joy Sharp, the UA Advancement employees who lost their jobs over that Division’s budget deficits. Diamond, who was formerly the UA’s top spokesperson before being fired earlier this year, has said that Chancellor David Gearhart ordered the destruction of documents related to the audit.