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Le 29 July 2016, 05:13 dans Humeurs 0

Sometimes a collab comes along that's so seamless and unique, itu2019s like the fashion fusion was fate (or at least weu2019d like to think so). Well, thatu2019s precisely how we felt when we learned that Wren and Clare Vivier were teaming up</strong>. Clareu2019s bright, timeless clutches continually top our wish list, and weu2019re mega-fans of Melissa Coker's sophisticated styles. Like we said, a perfect pairing.

Naturally, we're thrilled that the two local ladies (and friends) are back at it again. This time, to craft totes that are simply...out of this world. And the limited edition line isnu2019t just easy on the eyes. Made from Wrenu2019s production remnants u2014 it boasts earth-friendly materials, making for cute, eco-conscious styles.

"It was fun to work together again. Melissa's celestial print is so pretty, I fell in love with it the first time I saw it. I'm happy we were able to make it work as a bag," Clare told us. Um, we have our wallets out already. And itu2019s a good thing because the totes are a two-for-one deal. They feature one beautiful vegetable-tanned leather side, but on the flip side you see a fun astro-print purse. "From start to finish, this project was very organic. Clare and I knew we wanted to work together again, so for this season, we explored more ways to incorporate eco-friendly aspects without compromising the design," Melissa explained.


Have a look at the glossy images featuring actress Allison Miller, shot by the adorable Jeana Sohn Golden Goose Sneakers Online of Closet Visit. The must-have bags launch today on Wren's and Clare Vivier's sites, and are available for $350. Get u2018em quick because these babies are gonna disappear like shooting stars.

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Le 26 July 2016, 05:31 dans Humeurs 0

Raiders unbeaten after defeating Rabbitohs

The Canberra Raiders have recorded their second win of the National Rugby League season with a 25-18 win over South Sydney in their round three match at the Sydney Football Stadium.

But the match was marred by an incident after full-time, when a bottle was thrown Golden Goose Sneakers at referee Jason Robinson as he was leaving the field. The NRL has launched an investigation.

Having trailed the Rabbitohs 12-10 at half-time, Canberra scored five tries to three to maintain their unbeaten record in 2005 and give them a share of first place on the NRL ladder alongside Manly.

Aside from their two wins, the Raiders also had a first round bye.

Phil Graham, Jason Smith, Jason Croker, Michael Hodgson and Clinton Schifcofske scored tries for Canberra, while Schifcofske added 2 conversions and a field goal.

For the Rabbitohs, Lee Hookey, Bryan Fletcher and Peter Cusack crossed for four-pointers and Joe Williams kicked three conversions.

While the Raiders will be satisfied with their win, it was soured by the loss of half-back Lincoln Withers, who suffered a suspected broken nose in the first half.

Matt Adamson also sustained a knee injury.

Canberra opened the scoring in the fifth minute of the match when Graham crossed in the left hand corner.

Schifcofkse was unsuccessful with the conversion attempt, as the Raiders led 4-0.

The Rabbitohs responded in the 15th minute when Hookey scored after some great lead-up work from full-back Adam MacDougall.

Williams' conversion gave the home side a 6-4 lead and they moved further in front when Fletcher scored only minutes later, his try also converted.

The Rabbitohs held their 12-4 lead as half-time approached before the Raiders reduced the points gap to just two.

Smith scored from close to the South Sydney try line and with Schifcofkse's conversion, the score at the break was 12-10 in favour of the Rabbitohs.

The Raiders started the second half in similar fashion to the first when Croker scored in the 46th minute to give the Golden Goose Sneakers Online visitors a 14-12 lead.

The Rabbitohs responded when Cusack scored his try, which was converted by Williams, but Canberra moved back in front with a try to Hodgson and the extras added by Schifcofske.

The Canberra full-back then pushed the score out to 24-18 when he scored in the right hand corner with 15 minutes remaining in the match.


Schifcofske confirmed the win for the Raiders with a field goal in the 72nd minute.

Golden Goose Sneakers Sale ranks

Le 20 July 2016, 05:30 dans Humeurs 0

Which explains the emotional reaction Torrid sparked after opening its doors. "Some people thought we had staged customers," McLaughlin says, "because when they went into a store, they saw a mom or daughter screaming with joy or crying." Plus-size model Mia Tyler is among the converted. Once resigned to surfing the Internet for "the rock stuff" she wore growing up, the 24-year-old daughter of Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is now a die-hard Torrid fan. "I'm like, 'I'll model for you for free clothes!' " she says. "There's just nowhere else in the world to get this stuff."

Even when selling less unusual items, McLaughlin has displayed a golden touch. The older of two daughters raised mostly in Costa Mesa by Karin, 78, a homemaker, and Bob, 74, a salesman, McLaughlin took her first retail job in 1978 while attending the University of California at Irvine. As a menswear sales clerk at a local department store, her father says, "she'd get one guy in and sell to him, and then he'd come back with his whole football team!"

In 1982, after graduating with an economics degree, McLaughlin started working her way up through the retail business Golden Goose Sneakers Sale ranks, landing at Hot Topic in 1993. Seven years later she was named CEO and soon after decided to test the idea of hip fashions for large teens by stocking Hot Topic shelves with a pair of size 15 vinyl pants. "Customers started writing in, saying, 'I see you have this one item; why can't you have more?' " says McLaughlin, who translated that demand into Torrid. "We realized this customer didn't have anywhere to go."


These days it's McLaughlin who's heading in a different direction. She was once reluctant to leave business matters behind at the company's City of Industry, Calif., headquarters鈥攊n 2001, for example, "we were at a wedding, toasting the bride," her father says, "and there's Betsy in the corner with her BlackBerry reading e-mails." McLaughlin is now trying to create "a balanced life" that includes more time cooking at home for friends ("I love the entire process of planning and preparing a meal," she says) and tending to the garden at her two-bedroom Manhattan Beach, Calif., bungalow.

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