LOTTIE Moss finds herself in another fine mesh as she steps out in a skimpy outfit. The model, 21, wore the revealing dress as she turned out Julien Macdonald’s show for London Fashion Week in Southwark. She left little to the imagination as she sat in the front row to support the designer’s spring/summer 2020 collection. Lottie is signed to Storm — the agency with which sister icon Kate, 45, found fame. She’s sure to fashion a similarly successful career. The model was previously seen getting close to comedian Jack Whitehall at Glastonbury festival in June.They were spotted canoodling in secret party zone The Rabbit Hole and dancing with their arms around each other. MOST READ IN BIZARREExclusiveJL-YES Chart-toppers JLS prepare to make their comeback as they reunite for huge tour ExclusiveWHAT A CORRIE ON Coronation Street could go to SEVEN episodes a week, writer reveals ExclusiveFLIRTY LITTLE SECRET Coleen Nolan signs up for Celeb Flirty Dancing in a bid to … [Read more...] about Lottie Moss looks sensational as she flashes sideboob in skimpy mesh outfit at London Fashion Week
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A gaggle of architecture enthusiasts are standing on the windswept edge of Greenland Dock in southeast London, shivering on their bikes and straining to see beauty in the 1980s housing development that stands across the water. “If you look closely,” says their guide, Elain Harwood, “you will see it is a combination of Miami Tudor crossed with Charles Rennie Mackintosh, with a hint of the docklands warehouse.” Heavily leaded windows project out in bays from the lumpen brick pile, supported on fat white columns and topped with a row of arched oriel windows. It is the curious product of the desire for waterside loft living, aimed at those who still cling to a cosy dream of Tudorbethan suburbia. The beauty of postmodernism, argued its champions, was that you could have both. And then some. Built by David Price and Gordon Cullen, Swedish Quays was one of many aesthetically challenging stops on PoMo on Pedals, Harwood’s one-off architectural bike tour of … [Read more...] about Cheeky, cartoonish … and under threat: why our postmodern buildings must be saved
Think of the horror of people dying violently, and the war in Syria, or a mass shooting may spring to mind. Events like the massacre in Las Vegas highlight the sometimes surprising reality that there are many more people suffering violent deaths in countries "at peace" than there are in war zones.Every violent death is a tragedy, but getting the numbers right matters.Reports of deaths in a war zone, a city suffering drug-related violence, or a country plagued by shootings, can drive how the world responds - from media coverage, to business investment, policy decisions and spending by governments and charities.The trouble is that coming up with accurate figures is extremely hard.Just one consequence is that although murders very probably kill far more people than wars, it is usually combat deaths that tend to get the most attention.How many people have died in Syria?Since the outbreak of war in Syria, the country has been devastated, global powers have been drawn in and huge numbers of … [Read more...] about Why is it so difficult to count dead people?
British counter-terrorism police chiefs are making an unprecedented appeal to Muslim women to persuade their relatives not to go to Syria to fight.The national campaign for women to intervene follows a string of deaths of UK men who joined Syria's civil war against President Assad's regime.Co-ordinated events are being held in London, Birmingham and Manchester.Critics and campaigners questioned whether the police were trusted enough to get their message across.'Major risk'Security chiefs think hundreds of people have travelled from the UK to fight in Syria, some of whom have returned. Forty people have been arrested for alleged Syria-related offences during the first three months of this year - almost double the number held during the whole of 2013, police said.And reports suggest up to 20 men from Britain have died in the conflict. Recent deaths have included Crawley father-of-three Abdul Waheed Majeed - who became the first British suicide bomber in the war - and a teenager from … [Read more...] about Police make Syria plea to UK Muslim women