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London Fashion Week: Representation is ‘still a problem’

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Models Stella Tennant, Winnie Harlow, Eunice Olumide and Brenda Finn at London Fashion Week Was this the most diverse London Fashion Week of all? Victoria Beckham chose 47-year-old Stella Tennant to open her debut show in London, model Winnie Harlow, who has vitiligo, opened for House of Holland and wheelchair user and former Paralympian Samanta Bullock closed at the Fashion's Finest show.Last week,
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Captain Marvel: Why Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers is a Marvel game-changer

[ad_1] Image copyright Marvel Studios Captain America and co were left in a tricky position at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, but help may be at hand with the arrival of Captain Marvel.The first trailer for Brie Larson's Marvel movie has premiered ahead of its 2019 release.Marvel Studios Chief Kevin Feige has described Carol Danvers as "the most powerful character" so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.So it seems
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Poem-roaring lion to be unveiled in Trafalgar Square

[ad_1] Image caption The fluorescent red lion will face the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square A bright red lion which roars poetry generated by members of the public is to be unveiled in London later.The fluorescent sculpture will join four existing lions on Trafalgar Square for five days as part of the London Design Festival.Passersby will be able to type in a word on a screen next to the lion,
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Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci shows off first collection at LFW

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Riccardo Tisci's first Burberry collection Italian designer Riccardo Tisci was best known for breaking the fashion boundaries during his 12 years at Givenchy, which is why his first collection at Burberry came as a bit of a shock.The new creative director took over from Christopher Bailey earlier in the year and showcased his first designs for the brand on Monday.The audience was treated
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Emmy Awards 2018: The 8 best moments (and 1 that didn’t happen)

[ad_1] Monday's Emmy Awards had its fair share of unexpected moments, emotional reactions and impassioned speeches. And some revelations about the destiny of Game of Thrones.1. She said yes! Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGlenn Weiss popped the question to It started off like any other slightly dull acceptance speech but ended up putting all the gathered superstars in the shade.Glenn Weiss thanked his children and the
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Steve McQueen begins Year 3 school photo project

[ad_1] Image copyright Steve McQueen Image caption Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen (pictured fifth left in the middle row) as a seven-year-old pupil at Little Ealing Primary School in 1976 A portrait capturing tens of thousands of Year 3 schoolchildren from across London is being created by Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen.Year 3 pupils from the capital's 2,410 primary schools will be specially photographed for the project, which will go on display
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Councils overturn A Northern Soul documentary’s 15 age rating

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Director Sean McAllister shot the film during Hull's year as UK City of Culture in 2017 A string of local councils have decided to overturn a film's 15 age rating so younger viewers can watch it.Eight local authorities have given the documentary A Northern Soul a 12A rating for screenings in their areas.It was rated 15 by the British Board of Film Classification
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In pictures: Stars arrive for Emmy Awards

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images The 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards take place in Los Angeles on Monday night.Game of Thrones leads this year's nominations with 22, while Saturday Night Live and The Handmaid's Tale follow with 21 apiece.Because the Emmys have a total of 122 categories, the less high profile awards were given out last weekend at the Creative Arts Emmys, with 26 left to be awarded on Monday
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BBC thriller Killing Eve gets thumbs up from critics

[ad_1] Image caption Jodie Comer in Killing Eve Those living in the US will already know about Killing Eve and now UK viewers get to see what the fuss is about.The show, made by BBC America, is a spy thriller written by Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge.Its first episode aired on Saturday, whilst the whole series is available for binge watching on the iPlayer.Reviews for the show have been largely positive, too
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Alfred Enoch takes over from Jodie Whittaker in BBC drama Trust Me

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Alfred Enoch will attempt to get to the bottom of a series of mysterious hospital deaths How to Get Away with Murder and Harry Potter actor Alfred Enoch is to star in the second series of BBC thriller Trust Me following Jodie Whittaker's exit.Whittaker played a fake doctor in the first series, but won't return because she is about to be seen in