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Was Princess Kate's Ascot Outfit Choice Inspired by Her Wedding Dress?

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Was Princess Kate's Ascot Outfit Choice Inspired by Her Wedding Dress?
Feel like you've seen Princess Kate's Royal Ascot look before? The royal stepped out for Royal Ascot today alongside her husband, Prince William, and Queen Elizabeth looking as fashionable as ever in a lace frock from Dolce & Gabbana - with a distinctive bridal vibe. Those long sleeves and white lace are reminiscent of another iconic Princess Kate look: her wedding dress. Of course, the wedding gown - designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen - differs from differed in a few ways. The wedding dress went to the floor, while her Ascot dress hits mid-calf. Second, the Ascot dress has
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Legend: Interview with Costume Designer Caroline Harris

Director Brian Helgeland’s Legend (2015) tells the based-on true story of Ronald and Reggie Kray: twins (both played by Tom Hardy), East End boys, racketeers, murderers, icons. The Krays were shaped during the 1960s, a post World War II boom for England. They came to symbolise the smartly dressed gangster for a new youth-orientated generation. They had money and they wanted to flaunt it – and that meant suits and a lot of jewellery.

Costume designer for Legend, Caroline Harris, boasting over 20 years experience in both film and television with credits such as Mr Nice (2010), Red Riding (2009) and Fleming (2014), here chats exclusively to Clothes on Film about her work on the project:

Legend is not set during the ‘swinging sixties’; there is still an air of long-established formality present, especially in nightclubs in casinos.

How did you approach your overall representation of the 1960s?

The 1960s was an entire decade and fashion changed and developed throughout.
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Neil Patrick Harris Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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Neil Patrick Harris Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame
How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday. The ceremony was in celebration of the DVD release of “How I Met Your Mother Season 6: The New is Always Better Edition” September 27. Photos from the event are below. Before his roles on “Mother” and the “Harold and Kumar” films, Harris was most notable for his role the title role of “Doogie Howser, M.D.” The role also gave him a Golden Globe nomination. Harris’s television credits also include “Stark Raving Mad,” “The Man in the Attic,” “Cold Sassy Tree,” “My Antonia,” “The Wedding Dress,” and “The Christmas Blessing,” which...
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Neil Patrick Harris Receives Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Neil Patrick Harris, co-star of .How I Met Your Mother. was honored today by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce with his first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The ceremony was held in celebration of the upcoming DVD release of How I Met Your Mother Season 6: The New is Always Better Edition on September 27th.

Equally successful on stage and screen, Neil Patrick Harris continues to demonstrate his creative versatility. He can currently be seen as the womanizing Barney Stinson on the hit CBS comedy series, .How I Met Your Mother,. a role which has garnered him four Emmy Award nominations, two Golden Globe nominations, a People.s Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor, and a Critics. Choice Award for Supporting Actor in a Comedy.

In 2010, Neil won his first two
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'Chuck' - Versus The First Bank Of Evil

This review may contain spoilers. The First Bank of Evil plays a big part in this chapter of Chuck.s life but there are revelations for Sarah and Chuck that ultimately are much more important. For Sarah, who sometimes regrets the loss of her long gone innocence, there is a return to it. The wedding dress selection scene was just lovely. There is no other or better way to put it. It was funny and touching and, well, just lovely. In looking back at the episode, this is the scene that first comes to mind. For Chuck, there is a blow to his innocence that could forever change how he looks at the world, or at least, the C.I.A. While he knows that spying is dirty business, he thinks that his superiors deal honestly with him. Sadly, this is not so and if .Chuck. comes back next season,
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