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Victoria Beckham shows new hip, boyish spring look in NY NEW YORK CITY: Victoria Beckham unveiled a more laid-back look for next spring in New York on Sunday, as Diane von Furstenberg's jungle-inspired collection included a rare appearance from supermodel Naomi Campbell.Fashion week in the Big Apple went into high gear with a flood of A-listers - from pop prince Justin Bieber to curvy "Mad Men" siren Christina Hendricks to Beckham's soccer star husband David - lining the front rows.But it was Beckham's daughter Harper who nearly stole her show as the former Spice Girl unveiled a boyish, more chilled out look for next spring, with the toddler bouncing on her husband's lap in the front row.Even the super serious celebrity editor of Vogue, Anna Wintour, cracked a smile.Beckham explained that she had decided to "explore new proportions" using boyish elements against a sense of femininity."I love a fitted dress, but there is a different side of me that is ...

Katy Perry roars to top of British singles chart LONDON: American singer Katy Perry has secured her fourth number one in the British singles chart with her latest release "Roar", sales figures showed on Sunday.Already a number one hit in the United States and around the world, the song knocked "Burn" by English singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding off the top spot in its debut week.Perry, whose previous hits include "Firework" and "I Kissed a Girl", sold 179,500 copies in the last week, making it the ...

'Riddick' steals top slot at N. America box office LOS ANGELES: Warrior anti-hero "Riddick" slammed into first place at the North American box office, estimates indicated Sunday, stealing the top spot held by "Lee Daniels' The Butler" for three weeks running."Riddick," the latest in the action franchise starring Vin Diesel, took in $18.7 million in its opening weekend, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.That was well ahead of "Lee Daniels' The Butler," which took in $8.9 million in its fourth week in theaters. ...

'Night Moves' wins top prize at Deauville film fest DEAUVILLE: Kelly Reichardt's drama "Night Moves" about three environmentalists who plot to blow up a dam won the top prize on Saturday at France's Deauville Film Festival, which celebrates American movies.The drama, starring Dakota Fanning, Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard, is set in alternative farming communities in Oregon, with the trio's plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam yielding unexpected consequences.Critics have hailed Reichardt's latest work and latest collaboration with co-writer Jon Raymond for exploring ...

Josh Brolin makes a great pie, says Kate Winslet TORONTO: Josh Brolin, known for villainous roles, makes a great pie both on and off screen, Kate Winslet, co-star of his latest film, said Saturday, softening his tough guy image.The American actor -- who has played loathsome characters in such films as "Milk," "American Gangster," "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" and the Coen brothers' Academy Award-winning "No Country for Old Men" -- perfected his baking skills for a scene in director Jason Reitman's "Labor Day."The ...

McQueen hopes film opens discussion about slavery TORONTO: British filmmaker Steve McQueen said Saturday he hoped his new movie "12 Years a Slave" would open up fresh, frank discussion about the slave trade."There's a lot of shame about slavery in America and the West Indies," McQueen told a press conference."There's nothing to be forgiven for, it wasn't your fault, this is what happened to you."The film is based on a firsthand account of Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New ...

US Announces $160mn Pakistan Reading Project on International Literacy Day ISLAMABAD: The United States announces the launch of the Pakistan Reading Project to boost the reading skills of 3.2 million Pakistani children.This project will fund improvements in reading instruction and reading assessment in grades one through five throughout the Pakistani public school system.The International Rescue Committee (IRC), which is partnering with regional governments and Pakistani civil society organizations, will implement this $160 million project in an estimated 38,000 public schools over the next five years. ...


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