Saturday, September 7, 2013

Newport International Group Movie Reviews Barcelona: 5 Grunner Ben Affleck skal regelen som Batman/Bruce Wayne

Ben Affleck er nye Bruce Wayne/Batman. Komme over den. Det skjer.

Mens Ben Affleck var ikke på de flestes liste over mulige kandidater til Batman, har forhåpentligvis av nå alle de galne sunket. Men det er fortsatt folk som insisterte at Ben Affleck vil ødelegge Caped Crusader. Gjett hva? Du tar feil. Og her er fem grunner Hvorfor.

5. Han er allerede en superhelt
Daredevil kan ikke ha vært en filmatisk klassisk, men det er ikke så forferdelig som du kanskje husker. Seriøst. Gi den en annen ur. Uansett, Affleck gi ikke sin beste forestilling heller, men han klarer å trekke av en duell rolle, betyr portretterer Matt Murdock og Daredevil. Det er ikke en lett oppgave. Og uansett hvordan Daredevil viste seg, at filmen skal ha gitt Affleck noe erfaring, enten godt eller dårlig, om hvordan å portrettere en superhelt. Dessuten. Du kan ikke utsette Affleck for svakhetene i Daredevil. Det var bare så mye han kunne gjøre med det skriften og retning. For eksempel husker filmen Larry Crowne? Den hadde to Oscar-vinnerne i det, Tom Hanks og Julia Roberts, og det var en ganske dårlig film.

4. Han har ser
Joss Whedon, dude spissen Marvels filmatisk univers, gjort dette kallet umiddelbart. Affleck har perfekt haken for Kapp og hetten. Det høres dumt, men det er en viktig faktor for rollen som Batman. Og han er bakt. Uten å få alle Kevin Smith mann-beundrerlisten på Affleck, vil dude definitivt se delen. Og han også skal se delen av Bruce Wayne. Bare se på ham rock den fargen i bildet ovenfor. Han trekker som av perfekt. Han ser helt ut som Bruce Wayne.

3. Han er en Fan
Affleck er en tegneserie fan. Han har alltid vært. Han er ikke en av disse aktørene som får en ledende rolle i en tegneserie-basert film og deretter prøve å innhente kildematerialet. Affleck er en geek. Og han bor hver fanboy drøm. Han spiller avvikende Batman. Tror du virkelig at en fan av the Dark Knight skal ødelegge slik en viktig og ikoniske karakter? aldri verden. Affleck vil behandle rollen med respekt og vil gjøre tegn rettferdighet.

2. Han har blitt en respektert skuespiller/regissør
I år folk hatet Afflecks fungerende ferdigheter eller mangel på. Så skjedde en morsom ting. Han gikk bak kameraet og regissert flere flikk. Han spilte også i et par av dem. Og gjett hva? Folk skjønte at Ben Affleck var en talentfull fyr. Byen og Argo opptjent Affleck ikke bare ros fra kritikere og fans, men også Academy Awards. Vi vet ikke hva endret, men Affleck har forbedret sine ferdigheter og har bevist at han faktisk kan fungere. Som for regissere delen tror du at Zach Snyder velkommen tillegg av en Oscar-vinnende regissør for kastet? Vi tror hvis han blir sittende fast Ben vil være der å gi noen råd.

1. Han er en sjef

En av de største bekymringene om Affleck er at han ikke er egentlig en tøff fyr. Ikke bare det, men hvor på jorden kunne Ben Affleck's Batman challenge Superman? Mens noen aspekter av det vil bli strøket ut i filmen, sender vi til deg disse stykker av bevis som bevise Ben Affleck er en sjef. Den øverste videoen er en fan-laget trailer for forsøksvis tittelen Man of Steel oppfølgeren Batman vs Superman, det er kjempeflott. Bunnen klippene er fra kjelerommet og The Town. Alle tre viser Affleck kan være en kraft å regne med.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Newport International Group inngår avtale med London investeringsselskap for kjøp av 5.8 millioner aksjer av Newports begrenset stamaksjer på $2 Per aksje

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/newport-international-group-enters-into-agreement-with-london-investment-company-for-the-purchase-of-58-million-shares-of-newports-restricted-common-stock-at-2-per-share-71532762.html
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PALM DESERT, California, 5 august/PRNewswire /--NewportInternational Group Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NWPO) kunngjorde i dag at det har inngått en avtale med et privat investeringsselskap for kjøp av
investeringsselskap med ca $11,600,000 verdt over Newports felles aksjer i bytte for aksjer i investeringsselskapet.
Investment company er et nystiftet London-basert selskap som har søkt om sine aksjer å bli tatt til handel på London stock exchange som en investering tillit. Investeringsselskapet har blitt etablert
spesielt for å investere i amerikanske micro cap-selskaper med langsiktig vekst potensial. Investeringsselskapet forventer sine aksjer å være handel den London Stock Exchange ved 30 September 2004.
Kommenterer på avtalen Cery Perle, CEO av Newport uttalte, "vi I Newport mener at en flytende egenkapital infusjon av denne størrelsen når fullbyrdet, vil tillate oss å kjøre på våre forretningsplan, oppsøke accretive oppkjøp, og hjelp oss forsøke å nå våre mål om lønnsomhet i 2005. Mens selskapet vil alltid se til å dra nytte av muligheter som kan omfatte finansiering, denne investeringen setter Newport i en Plasser for å betydelig akselerere vår markedsføring innsats og programvare utgivelser i våre forsøk på å raskt utvide inntekter og bygge våre markeder."
Investeringsselskapet har inngått en "Lås opp" avtale med Newport International Group i henhold til hvilke har det enige om ikke å handle i Newport International Group aksjer det får som følge av denne transaksjonen for en periode på to år fra den avsluttende datoen. I full betaling for tegnede av Newport International Group, vil investeringsselskapet utstede til Newport International Group USD $11,6 millioner som tilsvarer sine aksjer til en pris per dele verdsatt på ett pund.
Femti prosent av aksjene i investeringsselskapet vil bli holdt i escrow i to år etter deres utstedelse og i den per aksjemarkedet prisen på Newport International Group stamaksjer på et slikt tidspunkt er mindre enn den per salgsverdi av aksjen Newport International Group på tiden for lukking, skal investeringsselskapet ha rett til å få ut av escrow en prosent av aksjene lik andelen slik nedgang. Den resterende aksjer holdt i escrow skal frigis til Newport International Gruppere på et slikt tidspunkt. Lukking av denne transaksjonen er underlagt vise situasjoner, inkludert børsnoteringen av investeringen selskapet aksjer på den London Stock Exchange på eller før 30 September 2004.

Om Newport International Group Inc.
Newport International Group Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NWPO), gjennom sin datterselskap, grasrota Communications, Inc. (GRCI), gir pålitelig, rimelig web-konferanser og samarbeid teknologi, tidligere rimelig bare på Fortune 500-selskaper. Tilbyr rask, sanntid samarbeid, video og stemme, GRCLive sparer tid og forbedrer den effektiviteten og effektiviteten av forretnings-kommunikasjon. Mer informasjon på http://www.Newport-International-Group.com og http://www.GRCLive.com. Safe Harbor-setning under Private Securities Litigation Reform Act 1995: uttalelser i denne pressemeldingen som ikke historiske fakta kan være "fremtidsrettede uttalelser" som involverer risiko og usikkerheter som kan medføre at faktiske resultater kan avvike vesentlig fra de for tiden er forventet. For eksempel setninger som beskriver GRCS og/eller Newport International Group håp, planer, mål, mål, intensjoner, eller forventningene er fremtidsrettede utsagn. Den fremtidsrettede uttalelser gjort dette dokumentet er kun laget fra datoen for denne pressemeldingen. Mange faktorer, hvorav mange er utenfor enten selskapets kontroll, vil påvirke faktiske resultater.
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Newport International Group: Bitchin ' kjøkken: Eksklusivt Nadia G intervju

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Nadia G har funnet berømmelse gjennom kjøkkenet hennes utrolig morsomme Bitchin ' matlaging show. Den andre sesongen starter i kveld på Food Network UK så vi snakket med henne om hennes skrullete matlaging, Ricky Gervais, sko og carb comas.
Nadia G: "Vel, Bitchin ' kjøkken er det første showet i sitt slag. Det er en hybrid matlaging show, som betyr hver uke vi velger et annet emne om dens 'dysfunksjonelle familie pizza kveld' eller 'jentas natt i' og har et par latter om dette emnet, og lage et måltid som går langs med den. For sesong to vi har en haug av nye scener, noen fantastiske, lett og deilig Bitchin ' oppskrifter og en hel masse 'Kookyness' som du ganske mye forventer fra denne serien."
"Det har vært utrolig! Faktisk er vi de beste kvinnelige talent på Food Network UK. Så Flytt over Nigela! Folk er kjærlig Bitchin ' kjøkken og det er fantastisk og jeg har alltid vært en stor fan av britisk humor starter med office, jeg elsker Gervaiss nye serien også og det har vært virkelig fantastisk å se at Storbritannia også setter pris på min sans for humor."
"Min favoritt ting om Bitchin ' kjøkken er at det gir meg mye frihet fordi vi opprettet dette formatet, jeg kan gjøre hva jeg vil med det, om det er kast i et par musikkvideoer, du vet, gjør de topp ti listene, gjøre stand up-komedie, gjøre små skisser og for å toppe det hele, gjøre et fantastisk måltid og noe som folk kan lett replikere hjemme. Så egentlig gir det meg en plattform for å uttrykke meg på så mange forskjellige måter, og selvfølgelig, la oss ikke glemme mote og sko butikkene som er kremen på kaken."
"Vel du vet matlaging viser har tradisjonelt vært litt kjedelig, spesielt damene at matlaging viser verter - de alltid slags presenterer dette bildet perfekt måltid og livsstil, som ikke er virkeligheten. Jeg vokste opp i en sprø italiensk kjøkken, mine foreldre immigrerte fra Italia, du vet, kjøkkenet er der vi har vår største ler, beste samtaler, det var rotete, men det var vakkert, og dette er typen kjøkken som jeg liker å skildre, ikke så mye den lille hus i Hamptons"der vi matlaging den perfekte middagen for 'samboern' og du vet barna?"

Du dekker ganske mye alle baser når det gjelder matlaging i lysbildefremvisningen, hvor lærte du å lage så mange awesome retter?
"Jeg er en hjem såpass skolert kokk, jeg lærte å lage mat fra kvinner i min familie, min mor min tante og min bestemor, og jeg skal fortelle deg, jeg vil plukke min bestemor mot tre stjerners Michelin alle dager i uken. Du trenger ikke å være en profesjonell kokk å lage en fantastisk måltid. Italiensk mat har alltid vært om kvalitetsingredienser. Du kan ha en rett som har tre, fire ingredienser i det og at det "stella" og så det største problemet folk har er at de kan bli skremt av kjøkkenet og disse kokker på TV, kaste 56 forskjellige ingredienser i en pott, å gjøre ting de kan knapt uttale som and l'orange, du vet, ingen gjør dette hjemme så hva jeg liker å gjøre er å gjøre det akseptabeltakkurat som min familie gjorde for meg. "
Hva har vært din favorittrett å lage mat fra den andre sesongen?
"Oo, det er så mange gode i andre serier, jeg kommer til å si dysfunksjonelle familie pizza natten har fått noen kjempebra, fantastisk pizzaer som du kan gjøre i din ovn. Dette er mine tanter oppskrift, dens bare ute av denne verden. En annen ting som jeg elsker å gjøre i denne serien er bacon sjokolade, nå dette er så enkelt og så deilig, i utgangspunktet har du to ingredienser der inne, du har fått baconet og sjokolade og dens bare outa denne verden."
Du koker toner av retter, men hva er din favoritt comfort food?
"Min favoritt comfort food? Jeg har tenkt for å ha å si pasta, du vet, pasta er alltid slik en trøst, særlig fordi hvis du spiser en haug av det, det vil trolig slå du den FK ** ute i koma carb så, det er betryggende. "
Hvis det var din siste dag på jorden, hva ville være din siste måltid være?
"Ooooo, hvor mye tid bruker du har? Ok vel vet jeg ville definitivt spiser noen foie gras terrin, jeg ikke om det er sånn i Storbritannia, men her i Amerika, de er alle opp i armene om foie gras fordi disse fattige gjess og ender er å være tvangsforet. Hvorfor ikke folk ser på kjele kyllinger og industriell oppdrett? Det er der det virkelige problemet ligger. Så jeg har tenkt å starte med noen foie gras terrin, og jeg skal spise som med noen caramalised løk og noen fig syltetøy, så jeg ville elske en fin angus hotdog mener jeg dette er min siste dag på jorden, hva-ev-er, Chicago style så dette er med en masse hyggelig chilipepper en fin valmue frø bun og et rack av ribbeinaJeg gjør en stor rack av ribben med balsamico lønn barbeque saus, så jeg ville nok ha noen Granada toppet med noen kvalitet tequila bare slags renser pallen og deretter for ørkenen min habanero ostekake, dette ostekake er så, så bra fordi det er kremet og har en liten bit av krydder fra pepper i det og bare yr det med en liten bit av sjokolade. Ja, jeg tror som dekker det for nå, og jeg ville sannsynligvis vask at alle ned med en flaske Radikon, som er en av mine favoritt-viner, det er en hvit som er faktisk drakk som en rød ved romtemperatur, så det er et gult vin. "
Du elsker din hæler, hvor mange parene har du fikk, og hvilke som er din favoritt?
"Ooo, jeg vil si jeg hadde ca 30 par, og min favoritt er min skreddersydde Louboutins. Så fant jeg et par sorte Louboutin støvler, at jeg deretter brakt til en av mine favoritt des
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Våren moten: Tre viktige ser

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brad-goreski/spring-fashion-three-esse_b_3116496.html

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Våren har oppstått noe som betyr at det er på tide å tenke på det nye utseendet!
Det er så mange store trender denne våren som er lett å bære. Fra utskrifter til svart-hvitt, til florals, fins det noe for alle! Å være moteriktig betyr ikke at du trenger å tømme din bankkonto. Her er noen av mine favoritt på trenden kjendis street style ser at du kan få for mindre!
Her er ett mer tips: Når du er rengjøring ut skapet for våren, holde øye for stykker som du har kjøpt fra siste sesong som vil arbeide med disse ser ut!
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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Rick Edwards on fashion: bird motifs

http://www.guardian.co.uk/fashion/2013/apr/14/rick-edwards-style-bird-motifs

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It's unseemly to brag, but I am writing this column from the hotel in Gambia that Chris Packham stays in. The Chris Packham. From The Really Wild Show. Chris isn't actually here now, but his legacy is writ large. Pictures of him adorn every surface*, alongside photos of a host of exotic birds. Because Gambia is a birdwatching hotspot – a twitchers' paradise. That is not why I'm here (I'm here because it's sunny and I like taking malaria tablets), but it is a real boon.
I've always had an affinity with birds. We had budgies when I was a kid and used to make regular trips to Birdworld, which is the sort of place that certainly wouldn't raise the hackles of the Trades Description enforcers. I also dimly remember that, at some point during my youth, I stayed in a room that had owl wallpaper (flock wallpaper?). A repeating print of a variety of owls. I loved it.
"Brilliant – he likes birds. What the hell's that got to do with men's fashion?" Fair point. I'm getting there. Last summer I coveted a Marc Jacobs short-sleeved shirt with a wonderful parakeet print. Packham might step in here and say that they were, in fact, lories or macaws, but you get the point. A shirt with loads of little parrots on. Unfortunately, despite trying the shirt on three times and examining it online, I didn't buy it. I bottled it. I thought it was perhaps too bold. And it's now unavailable and I am very disappointed in myself.
So imagine my unconfined joy when I was sharking around a menswear department recently and found a dark navy Ami shirt absolutely covered with birds – including my total favourite, the mighty kingfisher. And there are matching shorts! Obviously under no circumstances should the two be worn together. Well, maybe on your birthday.
Buoyed by this discovery, I did some online trawling and located several other avian garments, including a snazzy weekend bag from Herschel and a spectacular swallow shirt from my Scandibrand of choice, Our Legacy. I am planning to dress the shirts "down" with shorts and loafers, and "up" underneath a simple dark suit or blazer. All while brandishing a pair of binoculars, of course.
There is an option to take my bird crush further. As someone who likes accessorising – which shouldn't be a word, but there you go – with a pocket square, my eye has been caught by an exciting alternative: the feather lapel pin. They are not easy to come by but you should be able to source one in a decent vintage shop. Ethically I'm not sure I could endorse a "new" one anyway. Feathers look best on living birds. I remember hearing that on The Really Wild Show.
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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Mote livsstil... En mangfoldig mote

http://blogs.metro.co.uk/lifestyle/fashion-lifestyle/

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21st century mote er tilpasning og skiftende hver dag. Fra den vanlige mannen i gata til mote designere portretterer klærne på ulike mote. Alle prøver å gjøre en uttalelse, og i en tid hvor mote virkelig gjenspeiler sin identitet, det har aldri vært så viktig.
En mangfoldig mote (ODF) er en UK motemerke som jeg har blitt ganske glad i, som de synes å omfavne ideen om seg selv på en unik måte.
Men i 2007 da en mangfoldig mote ble grunnlagt, deres akronym ODF stod for 'Ow Du føler' og var noe annet enn trykte bokstaver på en t-skjorte. Nå, ODFS identitet er endret, og de har virkelig kommet til tak med å skape en merkevare som skiller seg ut"-i city of London; mote sentral, dette er en viktig faktor, og for mange grunner.
For det første fordi mote er en form uttrykksformer, det gjenspeiler til en viss grad identiteten til en person og fordi vi ikke ønsker å se ut som hver Tom, Dick og Harry vår stil må være unikt-dette er en betydelig konsept for mote designere til å bære i tankene, og etter min mening, eksemplifiserer en mangfoldig mote ethos (stående å skille seg ut) dette helt ned til sine fineste tråden.
Blant en mangfoldig mote er deres contemporaries; den beryktede Trapstar - en-Fritidskle livsstil klesmerket klær som har dukket opp på A-liste kjendiser som Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa, en$ AP steinete, Eliza Doolittle og Tine Tempah.
En livsstil merke som startet som en stor hemmelighet av ydmyke begynnelse og bevaring av merkevaren til en begrenset få. Deres tilnærming til mote har tiltrukket seg mange mennesker og deres grunnleggende trykte t-skjorte design har blitt brukt som et utgangspunkt; en plattform, likeledes med en variert mote.
Det er tydelig at en av de felles attributtene for mote generelt er sitt ønske om å transformere og tilpasse.
ODF søke å være forskjellige i sin egen måte, som alle andre mote brand, gjør det den beste måten de ønsker. For en variert mote, sammenslåing moderne mote med en klassisk preppy ser hovedsakelig fra 80-tallet omfavner enkelhet og uttrykker stil og individualitet.
Når du bærer ODF, står du' å skille seg ut". Og for Trapstar, de tror 'en stjerne er fanget innenfor alle'.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Newport internasjonale Hong Kong-baserte merkevare nylig viste på Paris Fashion Week

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Grunnlagt i 2003 av brødrene Phillip og Eri Chu, fått Hongkong motemerke Ground Zero stadig eksponering og utmerkelser over hele verden, med duoen nylig viser deres andre kolleksjon på Paris Fashion Week.
Først kommer til seg oppmerksomheten til Hong Kong mote elskere og lokale kjendiser alike via deres distressed, unisex t-skjorter, har Chu brødrene nylig utvidet sin horisont, raffinering deres silhuetter og effektivisere design mens du fremdeles holder deres varemerke sans for humor og lekenhet.
"Vi har en unik stil fordi vi liker å sette to ting sammen som dramatisk i konflikt med andre-ikke bare se, men også i form av inspirasjon. Vi noen ganger starter med et bilde, eller tenke på hva vi ønsker å lage. Pop-kultur inspirerer oss virkelig spesielt popmusikk. Det er viktig for lett å forstå og anerkjenne. Det er lett for folk å forstå og anerkjenne. Og jeg like ganske å gir den en vri.
"Vårt utseende kan beskrives som en futuristisk og robot, selv om vi gir den en mer feminin touch. Vår stil er ikke virkelig high fashion, men vi ønsket å legge en gate kant til vår første rullebane samling med grafikk. Det handler om å ta formell og sofistikert og gjøre den irritabel og gate-like,"sier Phillip, som siterer belgiske designer Raf Simons som en påvirkning.
Selv om vår/sommer kolleksjon var en hit, sier Phillip at den siste høst/vinter kolleksjonen taler det mer til deres ekte stil. En utforskning av femininitet og teknologi, utseendet er elegante, men futuristisk takket være nye programmer av neopren, kasjmir og skinn, strukturert silhuetter inkludert peplum topper som beskytte kroppen. På den andre enden av spekteret er lettere, mer delikat stoffer slike silke og chiffon organza.
Kommer av debuten Paris Fashion Week, se etter Chu brødrene å samarbeide om en rekke strikkevarer med lokale HK etiketten BYPAC, mens også bygge opp sine ready-to-wear samling og spinning deres t-skjorter i en sekundær samling.
Gå et skritt videre, men Phillip og Eri håper også å gjøre mer av et navn over hele verden for Hongkong designere-som ofte er overskygget av sine kolleger i fastlands-Kina. En vanskelig forslag, for å være sikker, men som Ground Zero's siste opptreden på Paris Fashion Week ville vitner, en som Chu brødrene sikkert kunne oppnå.
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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The autumn/winter 2013 fashion weeks showed us clothes we can really love


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As the economic climate cools, designer labels are retreating to their core values. The result is beautiful, wearable clothes – the backlash against fast fashion On Wednesday the final curtain came down on the biannual global merry-go-round of New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks. The clothes in the 300 or so catwalk collections shown over this four-week period will be in shops from August 2013 until January 2014.
These are the bland facts that underpin the premise of fashion weeks. Show it, make it, sell it, make more. Before the economic depression settled over Europe, its fashion weeks were also about excitement, drama, young designers pushing crazy new ideas and challenging women to express themselves in inventive ways.
But the autumn/winter 2013 collections were not pulling punches, as most brands focused their attention on doing very nice clothes they know their customers will buy, in the best possible way they know how. At Chanel it was all about techno tweeds; at Céline fantastic fluffy coats and knits; Valentino focused on exquisite dresses inspired by Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring; Vuitton's handbags were as luxurious as possible.
For some editors this is not the way forward. "Fashion needs radical concepts, people who are doing new and exciting things," says Sarah Mower, contributing editor of American Vogue and the British Fashion Council's ambassador for emerging talent.
For others, the commercial approach is a quiet revolution. "This season has been about designers and brands returning to their core values," says Grazia's fashion director Susannah Frankel. "I don't think this is boring. If anything, it gives the customer something she can rely on. It is a backlash against the fastness of recent years. What I saw on the catwalks was individual designers at their most authentic, and that to me is exciting."
"In difficult times commercial is good," says Emma Elwick Bates, British Vogue's style editor. "From a Vogue point of view the autumn/winter season has seen the return of real womanly dressing in a Hitchcockian way; all clavicles and cleavage – lots of breast action. But in essence what we have seen is designers focusing on the greatest hits and in turn building a desire for a shopping list of classic winter basics. It sounds obvious but next winter will be about a really great coat, and boots."
Indeed the designer's designer, Miuccia Prada, easily the most revered working today (if you don't count Phoebe Philo of Céline) described her collection as "a lot of things I really like". Hardly revolutionary, but it's not a bad starting point to consider what fashion can be for: namely clothes to be worn and loved.
Paula Reed, the former fashion editor and recently appointed fashion director of Harvey Nichols, has seen the fashion weeks from an entirely new perspective this season. "On a magazine you can talk about ideas – but as a buyer you have to commit to the idea and sell it to a customer. It's a challenge," she says. "London and Paris were the cities with the best ideas, they crackled with energy and excitement. What young London designers can do on a shoestring is awe-inspiring, and if you are looking for innovation, Christopher Kane radiates it."
But Reed summarises that for the new season "You'll want 10 coats. But will have to settle for one, and if you haven't got a polo-neck you're stuffed. Polo-necks underpin everything," she says.
Street style, though, is playing an increasingly important role in the fashion weeks; the proliferation in street-style blogs, and those fashion eccentrics who dress to the nines in order to be photographed have spawned their own trends and their own labels. "When you get to the showrooms, you see that each collection is offering a bomber jacket, a duffel coat and sweatshirts. It's all about reaching those younger customers," adds Reed.
Capturing the youth market is why young New York-based Alexander Wang was hired to take over at Balenciaga; and also why Hedi Slimane was hired for Saint Laurent.
Slimane, with his California Grunge collection managed to be the most controversial designer this season, simply by doing luxury versions of clothes that look like what disaffected teenagers across the world are already wearing.
Alexander Fury, editor of Love magazine, suggests Slimane is: "gleefully carrying on the punk tradition of Yves Saint Laurent himself who when he was fired from Dior in the 60s, it was for showing a leather jacket on the catwalk".
So in a season of refined luxury great coats and polo-necks, Hedi Slimane is the only rebel. There is something rather fitting about that.
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The autumn/winter 2013 fashion weeks showed us clothes we can really love


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As the economic climate cools, designer labels are retreating to their core values. The result is beautiful, wearable clothes – the backlash against fast fashion On Wednesday the final curtain came down on the biannual global merry-go-round of New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks. The clothes in the 300 or so catwalk collections shown over this four-week period will be in shops from August 2013 until January 2014.
These are the bland facts that underpin the premise of fashion weeks. Show it, make it, sell it, make more. Before the economic depression settled over Europe, its fashion weeks were also about excitement, drama, young designers pushing crazy new ideas and challenging women to express themselves in inventive ways.
But the autumn/winter 2013 collections were not pulling punches, as most brands focused their attention on doing very nice clothes they know their customers will buy, in the best possible way they know how. At Chanel it was all about techno tweeds; at Céline fantastic fluffy coats and knits; Valentino focused on exquisite dresses inspired by Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring; Vuitton's handbags were as luxurious as possible.
For some editors this is not the way forward. "Fashion needs radical concepts, people who are doing new and exciting things," says Sarah Mower, contributing editor of American Vogue and the British Fashion Council's ambassador for emerging talent.
For others, the commercial approach is a quiet revolution. "This season has been about designers and brands returning to their core values," says Grazia's fashion director Susannah Frankel. "I don't think this is boring. If anything, it gives the customer something she can rely on. It is a backlash against the fastness of recent years. What I saw on the catwalks was individual designers at their most authentic, and that to me is exciting."
"In difficult times commercial is good," says Emma Elwick Bates, British Vogue's style editor. "From a Vogue point of view the autumn/winter season has seen the return of real womanly dressing in a Hitchcockian way; all clavicles and cleavage – lots of breast action. But in essence what we have seen is designers focusing on the greatest hits and in turn building a desire for a shopping list of classic winter basics. It sounds obvious but next winter will be about a really great coat, and boots."
Indeed the designer's designer, Miuccia Prada, easily the most revered working today (if you don't count Phoebe Philo of Céline) described her collection as "a lot of things I really like". Hardly revolutionary, but it's not a bad starting point to consider what fashion can be for: namely clothes to be worn and loved.
Paula Reed, the former fashion editor and recently appointed fashion director of Harvey Nichols, has seen the fashion weeks from an entirely new perspective this season. "On a magazine you can talk about ideas – but as a buyer you have to commit to the idea and sell it to a customer. It's a challenge," she says. "London and Paris were the cities with the best ideas, they crackled with energy and excitement. What young London designers can do on a shoestring is awe-inspiring, and if you are looking for innovation, Christopher Kane radiates it."
But Reed summarises that for the new season "You'll want 10 coats. But will have to settle for one, and if you haven't got a polo-neck you're stuffed. Polo-necks underpin everything," she says.
Street style, though, is playing an increasingly important role in the fashion weeks; the proliferation in street-style blogs, and those fashion eccentrics who dress to the nines in order to be photographed have spawned their own trends and their own labels. "When you get to the showrooms, you see that each collection is offering a bomber jacket, a duffel coat and sweatshirts. It's all about reaching those younger customers," adds Reed.
Capturing the youth market is why young New York-based Alexander Wang was hired to take over at Balenciaga; and also why Hedi Slimane was hired for Saint Laurent.
Slimane, with his California Grunge collection managed to be the most controversial designer this season, simply by doing luxury versions of clothes that look like what disaffected teenagers across the world are already wearing.
Alexander Fury, editor of Love magazine, suggests Slimane is: "gleefully carrying on the punk tradition of Yves Saint Laurent himself who when he was fired from Dior in the 60s, it was for showing a leather jacket on the catwalk".
So in a season of refined luxury great coats and polo-necks, Hedi Slimane is the only rebel. There is something rather fitting about that.
Newport International Group

The autumn/winter 2013 fashion weeks showed us clothes we can really love


Newport International Group
As the economic climate cools, designer labels are retreating to their core values. The result is beautiful, wearable clothes – the backlash against fast fashion On Wednesday the final curtain came down on the biannual global merry-go-round of New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks. The clothes in the 300 or so catwalk collections shown over this four-week period will be in shops from August 2013 until January 2014.
These are the bland facts that underpin the premise of fashion weeks. Show it, make it, sell it, make more. Before the economic depression settled over Europe, its fashion weeks were also about excitement, drama, young designers pushing crazy new ideas and challenging women to express themselves in inventive ways.
But the autumn/winter 2013 collections were not pulling punches, as most brands focused their attention on doing very nice clothes they know their customers will buy, in the best possible way they know how. At Chanel it was all about techno tweeds; at Céline fantastic fluffy coats and knits; Valentino focused on exquisite dresses inspired by Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring; Vuitton's handbags were as luxurious as possible.
For some editors this is not the way forward. "Fashion needs radical concepts, people who are doing new and exciting things," says Sarah Mower, contributing editor of American Vogue and the British Fashion Council's ambassador for emerging talent.
For others, the commercial approach is a quiet revolution. "This season has been about designers and brands returning to their core values," says Grazia's fashion director Susannah Frankel. "I don't think this is boring. If anything, it gives the customer something she can rely on. It is a backlash against the fastness of recent years. What I saw on the catwalks was individual designers at their most authentic, and that to me is exciting."
"In difficult times commercial is good," says Emma Elwick Bates, British Vogue's style editor. "From a Vogue point of view the autumn/winter season has seen the return of real womanly dressing in a Hitchcockian way; all clavicles and cleavage – lots of breast action. But in essence what we have seen is designers focusing on the greatest hits and in turn building a desire for a shopping list of classic winter basics. It sounds obvious but next winter will be about a really great coat, and boots."
Indeed the designer's designer, Miuccia Prada, easily the most revered working today (if you don't count Phoebe Philo of Céline) described her collection as "a lot of things I really like". Hardly revolutionary, but it's not a bad starting point to consider what fashion can be for: namely clothes to be worn and loved.
Paula Reed, the former fashion editor and recently appointed fashion director of Harvey Nichols, has seen the fashion weeks from an entirely new perspective this season. "On a magazine you can talk about ideas – but as a buyer you have to commit to the idea and sell it to a customer. It's a challenge," she says. "London and Paris were the cities with the best ideas, they crackled with energy and excitement. What young London designers can do on a shoestring is awe-inspiring, and if you are looking for innovation, Christopher Kane radiates it."
But Reed summarises that for the new season "You'll want 10 coats. But will have to settle for one, and if you haven't got a polo-neck you're stuffed. Polo-necks underpin everything," she says.
Street style, though, is playing an increasingly important role in the fashion weeks; the proliferation in street-style blogs, and those fashion eccentrics who dress to the nines in order to be photographed have spawned their own trends and their own labels. "When you get to the showrooms, you see that each collection is offering a bomber jacket, a duffel coat and sweatshirts. It's all about reaching those younger customers," adds Reed.
Capturing the youth market is why young New York-based Alexander Wang was hired to take over at Balenciaga; and also why Hedi Slimane was hired for Saint Laurent.
Slimane, with his California Grunge collection managed to be the most controversial designer this season, simply by doing luxury versions of clothes that look like what disaffected teenagers across the world are already wearing.
Alexander Fury, editor of Love magazine, suggests Slimane is: "gleefully carrying on the punk tradition of Yves Saint Laurent himself who when he was fired from Dior in the 60s, it was for showing a leather jacket on the catwalk".
So in a season of refined luxury great coats and polo-necks, Hedi Slimane is the only rebel. There is something rather fitting about that.
Newport International Group

The autumn/winter 2013 fashion weeks showed us clothes we can really love

http://www.guardian.co.uk/fashion/fashion-blog/2013/mar/11/autumn-winter-2013-fashion-weeks

Newport International Group
As the economic climate cools, designer labels are retreating to their core values. The result is beautiful, wearable clothes – the backlash against fast fashion On Wednesday the final curtain came down on the biannual global merry-go-round of New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks. The clothes in the 300 or so catwalk collections shown over this four-week period will be in shops from August 2013 until January 2014.
These are the bland facts that underpin the premise of fashion weeks. Show it, make it, sell it, make more. Before the economic depression settled over Europe, its fashion weeks were also about excitement, drama, young designers pushing crazy new ideas and challenging women to express themselves in inventive ways.
But the autumn/winter 2013 collections were not pulling punches, as most brands focused their attention on doing very nice clothes they know their customers will buy, in the best possible way they know how. At Chanel it was all about techno tweeds; at Céline fantastic fluffy coats and knits; Valentino focused on exquisite dresses inspired by Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring; Vuitton's handbags were as luxurious as possible.
For some editors this is not the way forward. "Fashion needs radical concepts, people who are doing new and exciting things," says Sarah Mower, contributing editor of American Vogue and the British Fashion Council's ambassador for emerging talent.
For others, the commercial approach is a quiet revolution. "This season has been about designers and brands returning to their core values," says Grazia's fashion director Susannah Frankel. "I don't think this is boring. If anything, it gives the customer something she can rely on. It is a backlash against the fastness of recent years. What I saw on the catwalks was individual designers at their most authentic, and that to me is exciting."
"In difficult times commercial is good," says Emma Elwick Bates, British Vogue's style editor. "From a Vogue point of view the autumn/winter season has seen the return of real womanly dressing in a Hitchcockian way; all clavicles and cleavage – lots of breast action. But in essence what we have seen is designers focusing on the greatest hits and in turn building a desire for a shopping list of classic winter basics. It sounds obvious but next winter will be about a really great coat, and boots."
Indeed the designer's designer, Miuccia Prada, easily the most revered working today (if you don't count Phoebe Philo of Céline) described her collection as "a lot of things I really like". Hardly revolutionary, but it's not a bad starting point to consider what fashion can be for: namely clothes to be worn and loved.
Paula Reed, the former fashion editor and recently appointed fashion director of Harvey Nichols, has seen the fashion weeks from an entirely new perspective this season. "On a magazine you can talk about ideas – but as a buyer you have to commit to the idea and sell it to a customer. It's a challenge," she says. "London and Paris were the cities with the best ideas, they crackled with energy and excitement. What young London designers can do on a shoestring is awe-inspiring, and if you are looking for innovation, Christopher Kane radiates it."
But Reed summarises that for the new season "You'll want 10 coats. But will have to settle for one, and if you haven't got a polo-neck you're stuffed. Polo-necks underpin everything," she says.
Street style, though, is playing an increasingly important role in the fashion weeks; the proliferation in street-style blogs, and those fashion eccentrics who dress to the nines in order to be photographed have spawned their own trends and their own labels. "When you get to the showrooms, you see that each collection is offering a bomber jacket, a duffel coat and sweatshirts. It's all about reaching those younger customers," adds Reed.
Capturing the youth market is why young New York-based Alexander Wang was hired to take over at Balenciaga; and also why Hedi Slimane was hired for Saint Laurent.
Slimane, with his California Grunge collection managed to be the most controversial designer this season, simply by doing luxury versions of clothes that look like what disaffected teenagers across the world are already wearing.
Alexander Fury, editor of Love magazine, suggests Slimane is: "gleefully carrying on the punk tradition of Yves Saint Laurent himself who when he was fired from Dior in the 60s, it was for showing a leather jacket on the catwalk".
So in a season of refined luxury great coats and polo-necks, Hedi Slimane is the only rebel. There is something rather fitting about that.
Newport International Group

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

International Newport Fashion: Marks and Spencer Group Plc looking to increase clothing sales with the help of British Fashion Council

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International Newport Fashion
Council
News round up: M&S, BHP Billiton, Sainsbury's, Japan, Banks, High street, Regus, Britain's visa system, European banks, easyJet. Marks and Spencer Group Plc (LON:MKS) reported 3.8 per cent fall in general merchandise sales, which includes clothing, in the run up to Christmas, prompting a three-year deal with the British Fashion Council to collaborate on new clothing collections,
The Telegraph reports.
Marc Bolland, M&S chief executive under pressure to reverse the decline in sales, said: "We are proud to collaborate with the British Fashion Council and look forward to working alongside them on our exciting 'Best of British' initiative. This is the start of an exciting journey to put more emphasis on British design and talent."M&S is the biggest purchaser of British cloth and clothing, spending about £120m a year, despite moving most of its manufacturing overseas. 
BHP Billiton
BHP Billiton has named its new chief executive on the same day that it revealed its worst half-year figures for more than a decade. The Australian global mining company has appointed Andrew Mackenzie, the head of its base metals division, to replace Marius Kloppers, who will step down in May. The announcement last night came as BHP reported a 43 per cent fall in half-year profits after being hit badly by weak metals prices. Mr Mackenzie, 56, who joined BHP from Rio Tinto in 2007, will be taking over as the company struggles to protect margins by reining in costs amid weaker commodity pricing. [The Times]
Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's hailed a "significant milestone" yesterday as non-food sales reached £1 billion a year for the first time. The group was helped by its best ever Christmas, when general merchandise sales grew by a third compared to the previous year. Sales from its cookware range have grown at 16 per cent in the last year, and the company shifted 100,000 frying pans in the run up to Pancake Day. A collaboration with celebrity stylist Gok Wan […] helped the group's clothing sales, while small electrical items are another growth area. [The Scotsman]
Japan
A rebound in Japan's exports in January failed to keep pace with growth in imports, leaving a record Y1.63tn trade deficit for the month. The provisional data released on Wednesday shows exports for the world's third-biggest economy rose 6.4 per cent to Y4.8tn in January from a year earlier, the first year-on-year increase in eight months, while imports jumped 7.3 per cent to Y6.4tn. A weakening in Japan's currency over the past few months has helped boost export shipments by making its products more
price competitive overseas. But it has also inflated the value of resource-scarce Japan's imports of crude oil and other commodities, which offset a recovery in demand for Japanese-made vehicles and machinery. [Financial Times]
Banks
Banks are continuing to hold assets that are wrongly valued, the new financial regulator has told The Times, in a warning that the problems that led to the 2008 financial crisis are not yet resolved. Andrew Bailey, who was appointed chief executive of the Prudential Regulation Authority yesterday, has used his first interview to mount a robust defence of a decision by banking supervisors to re-examine the health of the sector. The Cambridge-educated economist, who first joined the Bank of England in 1985, has his signature on many of Britain’s banknotes as a former chief cashier in Threadneedle Street. He delivered a warning that British banks continue to be too big to fail, putting taxpayers’ money at risk if there is another collapse. He also believes that the industry faces a small "tail risk" that fines for Libor, mis-sold interest rate hedging products and other wrongdoing could cause institutions to "keel over". [The Times]
High street
The retail industry has charged the Chancellor to use the Budget to save the beleaguered high street by calling for business rates to be frozen and bureaucracy to be cut. More than one in seven shops on high streets in Britain are empty after a wave of retailers have collapsed into administration in the last year, including Comet, HMV and Jessops. However, the British Retail Consortium, the trade body, said that George Osborne can support retailers by cutting business costs and rebuilding fragile consumer confidence. The costs of doing business on the high street have risen by 21pc since 2006, the equivalent of £20bn across the industry, the BRC warns in its submission to the Government ahead of next month's Budget.
[The Telegraph]
Regus
Regus, the global office supplier, has lifted its offer by nearly two-thirds to £65.6m in the bidding war to acquire troubled rival MWB Business Exchange. This was marginally above the £65m offered by Pyrrho Investments. Regus, which provides office space in more than 100 countries, said it would now pay 101p a share for each of MWB's, a significant premium to its previous offer of 61.6p a share back in December. [The Independent]
Britain's visa system
Britain's restrictive visa system for Chinese visitors could be "solved tomorrow" and would help put the UK "back on the path to growth", according to the boss of the world's biggest hotels group. Simplifying the rules for Chinese nationals who want to visit Britain could be done at "no cost" to the Treasury and would "easily" allow tourism businesses to help grow UK GDP, Richard Solomons, chief executive of InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), said. The head of IHG, the FTSE giant behind the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands, said encouraging more Chinese tourists to Britain would result in more "export dollars, jobs, wealth and GDP in the UK". [The Telegraph]
European banks
European banks are facing the threat of having to reveal their taxes and profits on a country-by-country basis in the latest twist to the EU negotiations over rules to make banks safer. The European parliament is pressing for the tougher disclosure regime along with a demand for strict curbs on bankers’ bonuses as part of the law implementing the Basel III international accord. While the demanding transparency requirements have the full support of the European Commission, EU member states are
largely resisting the initiative, introduced into the overhaul of bank capital rules. Under the proposal, Barclays, for instance, would be required to publish its profits and taxes in every national jurisdiction – from the UK to Zimbabwe. [Financial Times]
easyJet
One month before easyJet launches its new routes from London and Manchester to Moscow, the airline still does not have a flight permit from the Russian authorities. The budget carrier started selling tickets for the flights in January, and although an advertisement on its Facebook page contains the disclaimer "subject to government approval", the airline's own website offers no such warning. A spokeswoman for the airline said its lack of a flight permit would not put its first flight on the route, planned for 18 March, at risk. [The Independent]
International Newport Fashion

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP: Fashion designer Tony Ward seduced by magic of silicones

http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/fashion-news/newsdetails.aspx?news_id=120748

NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP
Drawing on his exceptional innovative spirit and know-how, Tony Ward signs a new collection with brand new materials and techniques and adds a fine twist to the codes of Haute Couture.
This 2013 Spring-Summer Collection is the fruit of long research work. It all started 2 years ago when the designer accidentally dropped silicone on tulle and was seduced by the originality and beauty of the unexpected effect.
Ever since, Ward started imagining the possibility of using this new method in his creations.
With the support of the brilliant expertise of his historical house of Haute Couture and embroidery, which has just celebrated its 60 years of excellence, Ward succeeded in elegantly breaking through the limits of Couture to innovate and create masterpieces using this malleable revolutionary material that combines the luxury of crystals with the magic of volumes.
Fabrics and embroideries are hand-painted, thus creating beautiful color gradients. Shades of blue, pink and beige and the eternal duo of white and black are softened by an ultra-feminine see-through effect.
The silhouettes are sensual and ravishing, romantic and architectural. Dresses and suits are carved in organza, tulle, silk blister jacquard or lace.
This Collection, that perfectly blends creativity with structure and radiates an aura beyond words, is an authentic tribute to innovation.
NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP

Monday, January 21, 2013

Make and Style International Newport Group/DAILYMOTION




International Newport Group
Fashion designers today are no less than any A-list mega star and celebrity in the chain town. With the expansion of fashion horizons, the high-end designers and luxury fashion houses are outfitting to the illusions of millions, who want to be in the league of best, stylish and extremely popular fashion designers. With a life associated with it that appears to be absolutely picture-perfect with money, fame and glamour, fashion designing is one of the most flourishing and popular career options in contemporary time.
With the ever growing number of fashion magazines with glossy pages, opening up the Pandora box of creativity page on page and fashion weeks that seem to take the world by their storm; becoming a fashion designer is an alluring and rewarding career for those with creative streak of mind.
And so to make a statement for this, Newport International Group strips off the nine essential fashion trends of spring 2013 as studied the runways in Paris, New York, Milan and London tailored by the different renowned effigy on the leg of make and style industry.
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Friday, January 4, 2013

NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP ACHIEVES PUBLIC TRADING STATUS TRADING UNDER SYMBOL NWPI

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NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP
West Palm Beach, FL, Apr. 25, 2002 - Newport International Group Inc. (OTC BB: NWPI), a company that intends to become a real estate holding company specializing in large-scale commercial, industrial and residential mixed-use property development, today announced approval of its common stock for trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol "NWPI". Trading is expected to begin on April 25, 2002. Soloman Lam, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, said, "We are very excited about this listing and expect our trading status to enhance greatly our prospects for future growth." 
Newport's intends to identify undervalued properties and then to add value to these properties via a variety of different methods. These methods include land-use amendments, rezoning, removal of concurrency issues, and special permitting. 

This release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Act of 1934. Words like "intends ", "expects ", "anticipates ", "estimates" and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected. Although the company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove correct. A number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statement made by us. These factors include the inability of the company to obtain financing for the acquisition of businesses; the reliability and availability of new technology in the related industries; financial, operational and other business problems associated with the acquisition of a number of businesses in a short period of time; and general and industry-specific economic conditions. The company has no obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements to reflect the occurrence of future events or circumstance. 

CONTACT: 

Soloman Lam, CEO 
11863 Wimbledon Circle, #418 
Wellington, Florida 33414 
Tel: (561) 389-6725 
Fax: (561) 333-9590 
Website: www.newport-florida.com 
General Information: info@newport-florida.com 
NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL GROUP