She showcased her sartorial flair as she took to the red carpet at the Met Gala 2019 on Monday night. And Lily-Rose Depp went for a more low-key look as she emerged from her hotel in New York City on Tuesday. The 19-year-old daughter of Hollywood heavyweight Johnny - who wowed in a chain adorned gown at the gala - kept her look casual in a grey slogan print sweater and stonewashed jeans. Morning after: Lily-Rose Depp went for a more low-key look as she emerged from her hotel in New York City on Tuesday, after wowing at the Met Gala 2019 Dazzle: The appearance comes one day after Lily-Rose threw it back to the 90s with her red carpet look at the prestigious fashion event The actress paired the comfortable look with box fresh trainers and carried a leather jacket over one arm. Revealing her radiant complexion, the star went make-up free for the outing, swept her caramel tresses into a bun and hid her sparkling eyes behind futuristic shades. RELATED ARTICLES Previous … [Read more...] about Lily-Rose Depp goes make-up free for casual NYC outing
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More free car parking spaces are set to become paid ones as the shakeup of Dunedin's parking network continues. The Dunedin City Council is proposing a new set of changes to parking around Vogel St, the University of Otago and the Otago Polytechnic. Under the proposal, a number of free parking spaces would become paid as a way to deter all-day parking. Councillors will vote to approve the changes for public consultation at a full council meeting today. In North Dunedin free parking spaces in Clyde St, Union St East, Harbour Tce, Forth St and Albany St would be changed to metered parking. The changes were designed to help manage the high demand for commuters and balance the needs of long and short-term parking. Unrestricted spaces outside residential flats near the corner of Union and Clyde Sts would be changed to residents-only parking and more could be added if required. Parking would cost $1 an hour - $1.50 if an increase is adopted in the 2019 annual plan - Monday to Friday, but … [Read more...] about More free parking spaces set to be lost
0 Have your say Moving to a coworking space has helped alleviate loneliness as well as providing a business network for a videographer in Leeds. Matthew Crumpton decided to go freelance two years ago after he felt he could no longer progress at the company that he was at. Initially, the 29-year-old Huddersfield University graduate thought working from home would be ideal. However, he soon realised that it could be quite lonely. Mr Crumpton told The Yorkshire Post: “It was really difficult working by myself. It was very lonely. “You don’t speak to anyone during the day if you’re doing an editing job. You can get a little bit of cabin fever, which is why I’ve ended up at Avenue HQ in a shared workspace.”The shared workspace has seen the videographer forge not only business ties with other tenants but also build a friendship circle. Mr Crumpton said: “I’ve been here for about seven months and we’ve developed … [Read more...] about Setting up in business can be lonely, says videographer Matthew Crumpton, but coworking spaces like Avenue HQ help
The only all-female coworking space in Russia looks nothing like Fort Knox or a thieves’ den. Yet it is not easy to find, all the same. In a typical St. Petersburg yard, behind a typical black signless door, a very non-typical room filled with different-colored pouffes and tables lies hidden. Come evening, this mysterious place is the Eve’s Ribs center for women, hosting lectures, exhibitions, and other thematic events (which, incidentally, Adam and his descendents are allowed to attend). But in the afternoon, the room is transformed into the Simone coworking center for women (in honor of Simone de Beauvoir, whose bookThe Second Sex is considered a milestone in the history of feminism). This time, men are barred from entry, however much they bang on the door. First, Twitter user Mixammo wrote to the local prosecutor's office to complain that this policy was against Russian law. That was followed by an unsuccessful attempt by State Duma Deputy Vitaly Milonov to get … [Read more...] about Why Russian coworking space doesn’t let men in
Starting a new business is hard work and can be quite stressful. Whether you are an independent entrepreneur or a small team, everyone needs a calm, comfortable workspace to be as productive as possible. For people who are just getting their business off the ground, hiring a permanent office doesn’t always make sense – which is why more and more start-ups are opting to work in shared spaces. The popularity of coworking has soared in recent years as more spaces have become available to start-ups. Many of these spaces also offer help and advice to entrepreneurs to help them in the early stages of their business. Here, we have picked a few of the most popular spaces in London so you can decide which one works best for your business. Techhub Techhub is a start-up support organisation that offers work and event space on the so-called ‘Silicon Roundabout’ in Old Street, with a second location in the City. The organisation offers different membership levels you … [Read more...] about Which coworking space is best for my start-up?