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Since the election, 3,600 Trump-branded products have been dropped from online stores

04:12 AM |

Since the presidential election, retailers that are being targeted by an anti-Trump boycott have dropped 3,600 Trump-branded products. That represents a 61% drop in products since November 23. 
The data is according to Shannon Coulter,  a brand strategist who co-founded the  #GrabYourWallet campaign  in October.

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Behati Prinsloo makes triumphant return to the runway

11:24 PM | Daily Mail

The 27-year-old supermodel sizzled in a pin-flaunting look as she showcased her signature strut once again as she walked in Versace's Fall 2017 show during Milan Fashion Week on Friday.

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Teachers 'need spelling lessons'

10:41 PM | Daily Mail

British teachers struggle to inform youngsters about the correct use of colons and how to spell words such as ‘definitely’ because they do not have a good enough grasp of the basics themselves.

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Olivia Harrison reflects on the music and a book marking what would have been 'Quiet Beatle's' 74th birthday

08:04 PM | Los Angeles Times

To hear Olivia Harrison tell it, it wasn’t unusual for George Harrison to stroll through their house spouting words at random — a process that could cause an outsider to wonder whether the ex-Beatle had suddenly started speaking in tongues. “George would throw out words one after another,” she...


Bowing out in style? Versace show rumoured to be Donatella's last

07:12 PM | The Guardian

Collection’s hooded tops and sporty shapes fuel speculation that Riccardo Tisci will replace creative chief at iconic Italian brand Versace has been at the centre of the fashion rumour mill in recent weeks. Whispers suggest Riccardo Tisci , who left Givenchy this month, is poised to take over from Donatella Versace , who has been at the creative helm since her brother Gianni died in 1997.


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