Marvel’s Thor Comic Gets a Bold New Direction for 2020

Current Thor writer Jason Aaron is currently in the process of wrapping up a seven-year run on the series, and now Marvel Comics has revealed what’s coming next for the god of thunder.

As part of their Next Big Thing panel at NYCC, Marvel announced a relaunch of the monthly Thor series. The new series will be spearheaded by writer Donny Cates (Venom) and artist Nic Klein (Deadpool).

Thor #1 cover by Olivier Coipel. (Image Credit: Marvel Comics) Thor #1 cover by Olivier Coipel. (Image Credit: Marvel Comics)

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EXCLUSIVE: Felipe Oliveira Baptista Takes Over Creative Direction of Kenzo

PARIS — Felipe Oliveira Baptista has been named creative director of Kenzo, LVMH has confirmed.
He is to join the brand on Monday and will unveil his first collections for men and women next February during Paris Men’s Fashion Week for fall 2020.
Oliveira Baptista, who was creative director of Lacoste from 2010 to 2018, succeeds designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, who revealed they were leaving Kenzo in June after eight years at the house to focus on their U.S.-based Opening Ceremony store chain and fashion label.
“What made us choose Felipe above other candidates is the fact that he has a global artistic approach,” Sylvie Colin, chief executive officer of Kenzo since 2017, told WWD.
“He has a 360-degree creative vision and will oversee artistic direction globally, dealing both with collections and communication,” she continued.
The executive stated it was too early to say if this would lead to a possible change of logo or retail identity, simply commenting that as Oliveira Baptista will oversee global image direction for the label, “it will impact the brand’s entire communication.”
Known for his artfully constructed and experimental creations, Oliveira Baptista, who hails from Portugal but is based in Paris, created his namesake label in 2003 with his

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Sister of One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson dies aged 18

Louis Tomlinson’s sister Felicite has died after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest at the age of 18.
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Cowboys release Dez, ‘go in a new direction’

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Paul Smith Marks New Direction With Spring Campaign

STARTING AFRESH: Sir Paul Smith is marking the start of a new era at his label with a spring campaign that aims to channel the designer’s trademark irreverence.
Featuring Polish model Malgosia Bela and Ben Allen, the campaign takes its inspiration from the neon signs and the sandy beaches of the South of France. Black-and-white images of the sea provide the backdrop for bright colors and prints, including Hawaiian shirts and a tuna motif inspired by Smith’s many visits to the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.
“Bright color and confident use of print are two things that lots of people know and love Paul Smith for,” said the designer. “This felt particularly true in my spring 2018 collection, where the ocean-inspired print was so prominent in many of my designs for both men and women. For the campaign it felt right to bring the brightness and optimism to the fore. It feels like we all need a bit of color right now.”
Smith has returned to the creative helm of his newly restructured company and said it was important to launch a campaign that telegraphs the brand’s message.
“I’ve been in this industry for a long time, but I’ve never known it to move

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Britain’s Fast-Fashion Retailers Head in Gender-Neutral Direction

BLURRING THE LINES: British brands and retailers are showing support for their customers beyond the traditional categories seen in retail. They are trying to promote inclusivity and avoid reinforcing gender stereotypes.
Topshop and Topman, which are housed under one roof at the Oxford Circus flagship, have made their fitting rooms gender-neutral. The high street retailer said its changing room policy is a reflection of the company’s commitment to inclusivity. A company spokeswoman said: “All Topshop and Topman customers are free to use any of the fitting rooms located within our stores.”
Meanwhile, Asos has teamed with GLAAD — an LGBTQIA organization — on a unisex collection. The eight-piece range consists of T-shirts, hoodies, totes and jewelry done in a rainbow motif and is available for purchase on Prices range from 8 pounds for a ring to 30 pounds for a hoodie, with part of the proceeds from each sale benefiting the LGBTQIA rights organization’s Together campaign. The high street e-tailer has also tapped the actor Tommy Dorfman from “13 Reasons Why,” the Netflix series about teenage suicide; Adam Eli, and Richie Shazam to star in the campaign.
Elsewhere, department stores have embraced the gender-neutral path and extended their unisex offerings. Last month, John Lewis said

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Corneliani’s Sets New Direction With Blessing From Investcorp

NEW YORK — There’s a new Corneliani in the offing.
Last June, the luxury Italian men’s brand sold a majority stake to Investcorp, the Bahrain-based investment group, in a deal estimated at around $ 100 million. Corneliani, founded in 1958 and still based in the northern town of Mantua, reported sales of more than 110 million euros in 2015.
Since the sale in mid-2016, the new owners have put together a whole new team — many of whom were poached from competitors — and the results are starting to become evident.
There’s a new creative director, head of North America and marketing chief, all of whom joined the brand over the past few months from Ermenegildo Zegna. In addition to a more-modern aesthetic in its collection, the re-branding campaign will include a new logo, packaging, the launch of an e-commerce site, a new retail concept and the return to the Pitti Uomo show after a decade.
“This is year zero,” said Stefano Gaudioso Tramonte, general merchandising manager and style director. “The challenges have been hard and heavy, but the idea is to make some enhancements to the brand and blow away the dust that has collected over the last 10 years.”
Although the product maintained its

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The Sleeper Hit Behind TV’s New Direction

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Girl’s lung collapsed after screaming at One Direction

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1D: Are they all heading in the same direction?

As fans and critics try and deconstruct a reinvented Harry Styles, his former band mates struggle to find a beat of their own.
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To Improve Your Sense of Direction, Lose the Technology

For the directionally challenged, traveling can be a frustrating, time-wasting ordeal. But there are steps you can take to improve your sense of direction.


Kanye West’s Sneaker Collaboration With Adidas Nearly Went in a Totally Different Direction

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A New Direction

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Ed Sheeran: I won’t write for One Direction anytime soon again

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Irfé Presents New Direction

WINDS OF CHANGE: Irfé teased its new direction during Paris couture week by presenting a line chockablock with embroidery and fur.
“This collection is mainly for image, mainly [to show] the style using the codes of the house,” explained a company spokeswoman, who added none of the pieces on display was for retail. “They wanted to show the house’s know-how.”
Since discontinuing its ready-to-wear line, Irfé has undergone a series of modifications. There’s a new company management and studio team in place working with designer Olga Sorokina. However, the spokeswoman would not divulge names.
“The structure has changed,” she confirmed. “There is a new direction — everything is new.”
Meanwhile, the label’s clothes were shown in Irfé’s Paris showroom of three months, on Rue Vivienne.
The label’s collection took a cue from images of ballet dresses photographed by former dancer Vladimir Glynin.
“It’s only couture for now, but next time it is only going to be prêt-à-porter with a small couture collection,” said the spokeswoman. She added Irfé is hoping to take the presentation on the road — maybe to two or three key retailers.

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Trigonometrische Vermessungen Im Kirchenstaate Und In Toscana: Unter Der Direction Des K. K. Milit. Geogr. Inst. In D. Jahren 1841

Trigonometrische Vermessungen Im Kirchenstaate Und In Toscana: Unter Der Direction Des K. K. Milit. Geogr. Inst. In D. Jahren 1841

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One Direction Speaks Out About Zayn Malik’s Departure for the First Time: “We Were Angry”

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Finding the Answer That’s Been There All Along: How to Discover the Direction With Wings

True desire is where everything begins.

I have a story to share with you about decorating my living room that isn’t really about decorating my living room. It’s about a miracle. It’s about getting unstuck. It’s about your career, your marriage, your weight, or maybe your living room.

I had been looking at my living room for months, feeling meh on the high end of the spectrum, and I am suffering a small plague on the other. Hoping for creative ideas, I started looking at houses online, even homes in other states. It felt a little bit like scoping out while your husband gropes through the refrigerator, commenting on how you could arrange the shelves differently. Romantic walks on beaches. I’d be checking out the dimensions of that living room, then noticing my own. I quickly learned, that every living room looks great with 900-foot ceilings or wall to wall windows and an ocean view. I have neither.

Paul, my partner, started dreaming about ripping up the ceiling and creating a loft above. Awesome, but way beyond what my overwhelmed mind and bank account had in mind. Realizing that really remodeling was just creating stress, Paul offered magic words: “What if there’s just one simple thing you can do, just to change the energy? What if there’s one thing that starts moving us in the right direction?” So I started looking around and imagining a new shade of paint, couch, or an unusual light fixture. But nothing clicked.

I felt tangled and impatient, a bad combination for courting revelations. Maybe you’ve felt this, with more important life decisions: I wanted change, but I didn’t want to put time into it. I wanted change, but I didn’t want to put money into it. I wanted change, but I didn’t even know what I really wanted to do. Pity our psychotherapists and God.

So I returned to my original desire. I want this room to feel great to me. That’s all I knew. “Don’t think about this room,” Paul suggested. “Just think about what would feel like what you want.”

I started thinking about what did feel great. I have a back room, an extension to our home built back in the 1920s. I love its energy. It’s got a quirky, formidable, black wood burning stove on its own little brick platform. But the best part of that room is an entire wall of exposed brick, uneven texture and happiness, worn solidity and a poetic karma you can’t find in new construction. I fell in love with that room years ago, winking its old house charm at me. It’s why I bought the house.

“I’d love something like that, an exposed brick wall,” I said to Paul, as though he could magically order one up out of a Home Beautiful catalog and have it shipped or maybe blink his eyes like a cartoon genie. It was preposterous. True desires often are.

But you know how when you start to focus on something you want, you start to notice all the reasons you want it? I began to notice movie scenes with people who had cool lives and living rooms. They often had exposed brick walls. Naturally this meant they had superior conversations, cheese, sex, iPads and income levels. It was just subliminal shorthand.

One day, standing in the living room, I was again talking to Paul about painting walls. Paul looked like he wasn’t listening (which by the way would never happen to people who lived in cool living rooms). He was staring at the fireplace in the living room and the large plaster wall (which I’d painted purple, “blueberry yogurt” says a friend) above it. It jutted out from the rest of the blueberry yogurt walls. “You know,” he began. “That wall that juts out is probably plaster over the chimney to the fireplace.” He stared intently. “Mmm,” I said as though he was beginning to explain the periodic tables to me, when, really, I was more interested in end tables.

“Well, if it is the original chimney to the house, then it’s probably brick.” I still didn’t follow his thinking yet, because, there is the small possibility that I was too busy judging him. So he spelled it out. “If we break off that plaster wall, you might have an exposed brick wall.”

Could it be? I was afraid to get my hopes up. But even the thought of the possibility was a rush. We decided to try our theory. We have a large wooden Buddha face from a Thai temple who hangs on the wall above the fireplace. We decided to poke a tiny hole in the plaster wall, figuring that even if we were wrong, Buddha could hide the emptiness and imperfection. It seemed appropriate.

Paul chipped away a hole, kind of like a baby bird pecking through a shell. Sure enough, there was a tiny hint of red brick, a rustic ruby, peeking back at us from the hole. It was like a bindi, the holy red dot on an Indian woman’s forehead, and to me, it was every bit as devotional. I gasped. My crazy, improbable desire might actually come true.

The next day, after an all-day meeting, I came home to find Paul covered in the white dust of plaster. He looked like a crazed baker. He smiled at me as I beheld his “cake.” We had an exposed brick wall above the fireplace. Worn out brick. Textured brick. Brick that changed the whole vibe of the living room, even more than I imagined. I couldn’t believe it. Who needed a fantasy genie or a stinking catalog? Real life was the real miracle.

The answer had been there all along. It had always been there. I’ve lived in this house for 17 years. It’s always been there. This house is over 100 years old. Really, it’s always been there. But I never would have discovered it if I kept looking at the room I thought was there. In A Course in Miracles, there is the teaching that a miracle is about “undoing the blocks to the awareness of love’s presence.” In English, that means a miracle, the presence of a loving perspective or resolution, is always present. But you have a belief in the way. You have an assumption in the way. You have a way of seeing in the way. I had a thick purple plaster wall in the way.

I was trying to decorate the room I believed existed. But it was only when I asked what I really wanted that I found a direction that had wings. It wasn’t about fitting a solution into my existing circumstances. It was about finding an answer or direction that changed my existing circumstances. So, are you ready to design your life? Never mind your current situation. What do you really want?

As a creative career and success coach, I see this repeatedly. I ask someone, “What do you love to do?” They tell me “I have an MBA and I’m in advertising.” Or “I’m a paralegal.” They tell me what they’ve been. What they’re trained for. Their age. They do not tell me about the destiny that is hunting them down. They do not initially admit that they’d like to leave it all and ride an elephant in Thailand. They do not mention the movie script that runs in their veins. Or their instinct to start a foundation.

“What do you love?” I ask. They treat me like I’m pretending to be Santa Claus, despite the fact that I am Jewish as well as serious as chicken soup about this question. I know that their real desire is the only way we will ever find the truth. The truth is there. The truth has energy to take them into the fierce lives in which they belong. Every limit they believe is true, will bow before the real truth within them. There is a truth. There is always a truth.

There is always a brick wall underneath your plaster. There is always the presence of everything you want, covered by the familiar. It’s waiting for you. It’s been there all along. There’s an astonishment beneath your confusion and habitual way of thinking. There is another way to see this situation. Let go of your grip on what you think the situation is. There is always love awaiting you, beyond every single fear.


Hey, want to discover more about YOUR true desire? Join me for a FREE coaching call “Your Desire is Your Destiny: How to Get There!” on May 13th (or sign up to get the recording) It’s my gift to you, awesome one. Who else do you know that might enjoy/need this? Please share the mojo because we want to create a world where everyone is doing what they’re meant to do. “See” you there!

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This One Direction and Jimmy Fallon Video Is All the Holiday Cheer You Need

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4 Signs Your “Whispers” Are Leading You in the Right Direction – Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend

In those quiet moments, when you hear your inner voice, is it trying to build you up or tear you down? Four of Oprah’s “life trailblazers”—Mark Nepo, Elizabeth Gilbert, Rob Bell and Iyanla Vanzant—share the guideposts they follow on their own paths.

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“Direction By Design” Table Number/Sign Holders

“Direction By Design” Table Number/Sign Holders

These wire holders with classic round silver base elevate your table numbers so they can easily be seen from a distance and will not impede your guest’s conversation. Facts and features: Silver in color 9″ tall Can hold numbers or signs without impeding view 12 per case
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