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Remington is “How the World Gets Ready” and models at New York Fashion Week are no exception. Remington was the brand of choice for achieving the nautical-inspired hair look developed by Teddy Charles at the LUCA LUCA S/S 2011 runway show. Raul Melgoza, the Creative Director for LUCA LUCA, collaborated with Charles, an industry trend-setter and fixture at fashion shows worldwide, to create the style. To complement the breezy, ethereal style of the spring collection, a twisted updo was given a textured edge and softened by face framing strands. Melgoza envisioned “a girl who has spent the day at sea and is now ready to come in and have a fabulous dinner.” The “Yacht Knot” was achieved with tools from the new Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic styling line. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/remington/46215/
Categories // News and Politics 
Added: 3547 days ago by MultiVuVideo
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Call it a revealing look at underwear: Janie Bryant, the costume designer for the AMC TV hit series “Mad Men,” has partnered with Maidenform Brands, Inc. to help enlighten and guide women on the importance of intimate apparel as the foundation for creating personal style. In her role as Maidenform’s Wardrobe Expert, Ms. Bryant who won an Emmy® for her work on HBO’s “Deadwood” western themed series and is now a multiple Emmy® nominee for her work on “Mad Men,” will join Maidenform in helping educate consumers by offering flattering fit and styling tips as well as share her expertise in dressing an array of body types, a skill honed while working on the set. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/maidenform/45488/
Categories // Business 
Added: 3595 days ago by MultiVuVideos
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Creme of Nature®, one of the most loved, long-standing and reliable brands in ethnic hair care, today announced that it is bringing Argan Oil — the hydrating and shine-intense “liquid gold” of Morocco — to retail shelves. This will be the first line of products with Argan Oil for multicultural hair available in mass retail. Creme of Nature with Argan Oil is an innovative line of five, moisture-enriched shine products infused with Certified Organic Argan Oil. The new products represent the brand’s foray into styling and finishing products. In addition to mass retailers, the line will be available at beauty supply stores nationwide this month. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/cremeofnature/45167/
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Categories // Fashion and Lifestyle 
Added: 3599 days ago by MultiVuVideos
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I've played several theatre organs built by Compton and Wurlitzer but never a Christie until today! Im playing "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts" on the Christie theatre organ at the Social Welfare Hall in Harworth near Doncaster. The organ was originally built in 1934 for the Essoldo cinema in Durham and had 2 manuals and 7 ranks of pipes. It was installed here in the 1960s and had an extra manual and some extra ranks of pipes added. When playing a cinema organ my aim has always been to try and play as they did in your average 1930s surburban cinema. In otherwords - knock out the tune! The emphasis these days tends to be on "orchestral" styling etc.
Tags // christie  theatre  cinema  organ  harworth 
Categories // Music  Miscellaneous 
Added: 3820 days ago by christhompsonorganis
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