Milan fashion week’s featured many pioneering moments, stunning looks, and vibrant runways. The city welcomed over 50 brands to its fashion week and saw few physical catwalks but plenty of digital presentations. From Versace’s under the sea inspired collection to Valentino’s Levi’s collaboration Full of optimism and dream catchers ready to build a brighter future, here’s t hot takes from Milan Fashion Week. Read more
It’s what we were all hoping for, and now it’s been decided: the Festival will be at Cannes in this very special year, featuring part of the 2020 Cannes Official Selection. This exceptional event, organised in collaboration with the Cannes This extraordinary “2020 Special Cannes” event will invite the general public to the Louis Lumière auditorium of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, where four previews of films from the 2020 Official Selection, the short films selected in Competition and the Cinéfondation’s school films will be screened. A Jury, whose composition will be announced shortly, will award the Palme d’or for short films and the Cinéfondation prizes. Read more
Situated in the heart of the West-End, Patrizia Manias will make its mark on the capital with their newest salon in Covent Garden. Continually recognised for dictating trends and cutting-edge hair treatments, styles and beautifully-blended balayage. Patrizia Manias developed her signature cutting style over 20 years ago. The cut involves parting the hair into 14 individual sections, this provides volume and texture for top hair, whilst the rest is blunt cut to give a sense of weight to the bottom of the hair line. Originating from the heart of the fashion world, Milan, in 2002, Patrizia Manias opened with a vision to elicit confidence – so that clients would not only leave the salon looking good – but feeling good! Read more
ZIMA Russian Restaurant is launching their new menu across multiple online delivery platforms from Tuesday 11 August 2020. ZIMA Delivers will premiere its ‘modern take to Russian cuisine’ across Chelsea, Battersea, Wandsworth and Westminster. Available through UberEats and Deliveroo, ZIMA Delivers will offer a FREE 10G TIN OF ROYAL SIBERIAN CAVIAR for the first 1000 new orders placed over £30.Before raw oysters, before Champagne , before even truffles were deemed a delicacy, caviar was coveted by kings and the aristocracy. Ancient Greeks, Romans and Russian tsars were all known to splurge on caviar. Royal Siberian Caviar is produced by Siberian sturgeon (acipenser baerii). Siberian is a fine-grained caviar recognised for its pure, elegant flavour and exquisite length which is both fine and clear. Colours range from black/grey all the way to black/brown tones. Read more
The Croisette Hour
This year, Deauville’s boardwalk will be exuding a glimmer of Croisette magic, as nine of the Festival de Cannes Official Selection’s fifty-six films are set to be screened. As committed to film as ever, the Festival de Cannes – which was unable to take place in May due to the pandemic – will be attending Deauville to stand alongside the artists and films it continues to support. “As the summer winds down, and audiences rediscover the beauty of films in cinemas, Deauville’s decision to include some of the Official Selection 2020’s titles is a sign of shared conviction and friendship, and is this autumn’s first stop-off for the Cannes films, to be followed by San Sebastián, Lyon, Rome, Pusan and many others – before wrapping up in Cannes!
The 2020–21 Premier League is the 29th season of the the top English professional league for association football clubs since its establishment in 1992. Twenty days on from the Champions League final, seven weeks on from the end of the last league season, welcome back, roll up and take a bio secured seat for the autumn-to-summer grind of football in the time of plague. For English football this really is a journey without maps, an attempt to return to some modified version of reality at a time when the limits of the possible seem to shift every few days. It is also the right moment to ask how this is going to feel. Nobody knows right now to what degree the public will be allowed to return to the spectacle.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) is delighted to announce the provisional schedule for London Fashion Week (LFW) September 2020. The gender neutral showcase will run from Thursday 17th to Tuesday 22nd September 2020 and include both digital activations and physical events, adhering to Government guidelines on social distancing. The schedule will host over 80 designers including 40 womenswear, 15 menswear, 20 menswear & womenswear and 5 accessories brands. There will be a total of 50 digital only activations, 21 physical and digital, 7 physical only and 3 designers who will activate through a physical evening event only. Read more
Join the Professional Beauty Worldwide 8th -10th of September – The online event for hair, beauty, spa and aesthetics. Discover brands, suppliers and products, Make new contacts and grow your network, Expand your knowledge and Join the discussion in industry focused lounges. Discover the latest advice, insight and practical education from international industry experts in hair, beauty, spa, aesthetics, salon business, supply chain, distribution and more across our six dedicated conference streams.
On October 11-12, the Professional Beauty Group will be welcoming visitors and exhibitors to the ExCel centre for its London show, alongside Salon International and the World Spa and Wellness Convention and awards.
During lockdown the PB team have been doing all we can to keep the profession connected and it’s been so good seeing the community coming together and supporting each other in order to ensure Professional Beauty and its sister show, Salon International are a success. It’s been a difficult time for us all and many businesses will face significant challenges, but we believe Professional Beauty will unite the industry and serve a real catalyst to reboot, reconnect and kickstart business” with NEW Safety Measures: Read more
For the 17th consecutive year, here is the program of the classic cinema section of the Cannes Festival. Restored prints, celebrations and documentaries will be programmed.
Since the beginning of the 2000s, when we were still unaware that the relation of contemporary cinema to its own memory would be shaken up by the emerging appearance of digital technology, the Festival de Cannes created Cannes Classics, a selection allowing to display the work of valorization of heritage cinema carried out by production companies, right-owners, cinematheques or national archives from around the world.