GE Bonds Rebound as Bargain Hunters Swoop In

General Electric bonds rebounded sharply in recent days, easing some of the losses debt investors have taken as doubts about the conglomerate’s financial stability spread through financial markets. US Business


Secret Cinema is back with James Bond’s Casino Royale

It’s time to order your martini – shaken, not stirred – because Secret Cinema is back and it’s going full 007.
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6 Hilarious Illustrations That Sum Up The Bonds Of Female Friendship

Illustrator Sarah Andersen is known for capturing the good, the bad and the downright hilarious parts of being a lady. And in her upcoming book, Big Mushy Happy Lump, she hits the nail on the head when it comes to female friendship. 

As Andersen explained to The Huffington Post, she draws inspiration for her comics from her own life.

“I try to write about my personal experiences that I think are universal, and I think women connect to that and enjoy seeing themselves in comics,” she said. “I also try to write about experiences that send a message of personal acceptance.”

Scroll below to see six hilarious illustrations from Andersen’s Big Mushy Lump that sum up just how awesome having a BFF(AEAEAEAE) really, truly is. 

All illustrations are from Big Mushy Happy Lump (c) 2017 by Sarah Andersen (Andrews McMeel Publishing).

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Poetry Hour: Roland Mouret Seeks Deeper Bonds With Clients

LONDON — It’s not often that a designer throws open the doors of his bedroom to customers, but that’s just what Roland Mouret is planning to do next year when he fully opens his Manhattan townhouse, which he sees as part shop, part apartment, part refuge.
The French-born, London-based Mouret, who celebrates two decades in business next year, has already opened the shop part of 1006 Madison Avenue, but his private apartment on the top floor is still under construction. The apartment, and its role in the business, reflects the designer’s ideas about fashion, design and retail today.
Mouret talks to WWD about the relationship that designers need to have with their luxury customers; see-now-buy-now, and his plans for 2017, 20 years after he founded the company not in the bedroom, but in his kitchen.

WWD: Why would you open the ultimate private space — your bedroom — to clients at the townhouse?
Roland Mouret: We come to fashion because of stories about people. Think of the apartment of Coco Chanel in Paris: Who doesn’t want to go there and try on Chanel clothes? I think it’s brilliant for me to be able to do that. The bedroom will be open to clients to go

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Bonds (Clothing)

Bonds (Clothing)

New – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Bonds Industries Pty Ltd is an Australian manufacturer and importer of men’s, women’s and children’s underwear and clothing, and a subsidiary of Pacific Brands Holdings Pty Ltd. It is a popular mid-range brand within Australia and the United Kingdom. Its trademark Chesty Bond is recognised by many Australians as a popular national icon. Bonds was established in 19

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