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BBC launches London Fashion Week sustainability project

[ad_1] BBC Earth has launched a new brand to "place sustainable fashion at the heart" of London Fashion Week. The eco-friendly move, in collaboration with British Fashion Council and clothing company Mother of Pearl, will be unveiled on Monday.A short film made for the event was premiered on Saturday and will run alongside a series of talks for the #SustainableMe project. [ad_2] Source link
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Jussie Smollett ‘paid Nigerian brothers to attack him’

[ad_1] Image copyright AFP Chicago police believe Empire actor Jussie Smollett may have paid two men to carry out last month's alleged assault, reports in the US say. Two Nigerian brothers who had worked as extras on Empire told police that they were paid to take part in the 29 January attack, police sources said.Smollett had said he was attacked by two white men.His lawyers have strongly denied he played
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The soldier with a secret talent – ballet

[ad_1] Image copyright Rosie Kay Dance Company Twenty-two-year-old Alex Smith is a serving soldier in the British Army who nearly went into a very different profession - ballet. For two years he kept his talents a secret from his fellow soldiers.Trooper Alex Smith of the Queen's Dragoon Guards is wearing his uniform and he's ready for duty. But today, unusually, he's in a theatre.Alex is appearing in a contemporary dance
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The sound-editor mum up for an Oscar

[ad_1] Image caption Nina Hartstone has spent more than 25 years working in the film business At home, Nina Hartstone juggles caring for three children, co-chairing the PTA and feeding the cat. At work, she's a Bafta-winning sound-editor who is off to Hollywood to see if she can add an Oscar to her collection of awards for her work on music biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Dressing up in a grand gown,
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Parents’ anger over Fortnite Live Norwich festival

[ad_1] Image copyright Justine Petersen/Facebook Image caption The "cave experience" was "a trailer... with a tunnel through it", said one frustrated customer Angry parents have hit out at a festival themed around the video game Fortnite, complaining of long queues and underwhelming attractions.Fortnite Live Norwich billed itself as the "Fortnite event of the year", with outdoor laser-tag, a climbing wall and archery at the Norfolk Showground.But dozens of guests have