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By Michael P. Orsi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bianca Jagger
Stella McCartney shook up the fashion world Saturday night by using a flash mob approach for a presentation of her evening wear.
Stella McCartney used a flash mob, Issa relied on colorful floral prints, and Alice Temperley turned to 18th Century paintings for inspiration as London Fashion Week moved into high gear Saturday.
A lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Monday that Swedish secrecy around rape proceedings and his client's global notoriety mean there is a risk of a denial of justice if he is extradited to Sweden over sex crimes allegations.
"Helen Mirren took Hollywood to task Tuesday over the entertainment community's obsession with youth and young men, in particular," writes Jenna Bordelon at the Hollywood Reporter.
A grieving Palestinian father's decision to donate his 12-year-old son's organs to Jewish and Arab children has brought an unexpected blessing to this former militant stronghold — a new state-of-the-art cinema.
A grieving Palestinian father's decision to donate his 12-year-old son's organs to Jewish and Arab children has brought an unexpected blessing to this former militant stronghold _ a new state-of-the-art cinema.
"It was a good idea, and she made it work," said former model Bianca Jagger, wearing a signature white suit. "It was nice to see something different, something dramatic. The clothes looked great. And the food was delicious."
"It is for me a pleasure to see that there's now reason for hope, for a future for Palestinians here," Ms. Jagger said at a press conference ahead of the opening.