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The chancellor says the country must embrace new technologies in order to succeed.
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It would take an eagle-eyed motorist or pedestrian to notice, but for the last five days, carmaker Nissan has been quietly testing its new driverless cars on public roads in London.
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Blame it on the new year, the changing of the guard in Washington or the first real winter storm of the season, but taking flight was a recurring theme for many of the Fashion Group International’s Rising Star nominees at a warm-up party Wednesday night at Saks Fifth Avenue.
Beauty Entrepreneur contenders Isabel and Ruben Toledo were stranded in Spain en route back from vacation. Florida-bound snowbirds can find their new uniform creations at the Bjarke Ingels-designed Grove at Grand Bay in Coconut Grove. Women’s wear contestant Alejandra Alonso Rojas, a fourth-generation designer, planned to fly to Madrid Thursday to shoot her look book in the house that her great grandparents moved into in 1915. “My main inspiration is the women in my family, so I want to keep it very close to home in terms of branding, the location and the technique I’ve learned from them.” All of the rivals in her category — Claudia Li, Jeffrey Dodd, Ji Oh, Protagonist’s Georgia Lazzaro, Romeo Hunte New York’s Romeo Hunte and Wai Ming’s Emily Brady Koplar — made it to the flagship. There Saks’ triumvirate of Marc Metrick, Tracy Margolies and Roopal Patel were unquestionably a welcome site.
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The story of The Glass Child, Charlotte Eriksson, is one of those you usually see on movies. Only 18 years old she left everything she had and knew in Gothenburg, Sweden, and moved to London to dedicate her whole life to her music and art. A vague dream about reaching out turned out to be an extraordinary fight for true and real art. A journey about self-discovery, learning solitude, the difference between having a home and feeling at home and how she finally found a home in herself, in her music, in her words. Charlotte spent a year homeless on the road, sleeping at friends’ and fans’ floors, learning and searching. An ordinary girl created a community of over 22,000 dedicated fans online, and all alone with nothing but hard work and determination she managed to build a life on her art, being a true inspiration to so many people, showing that you can achieve and become exactly who you want to be, if you just want it bad enough. “I wanted to turn my life into art. My very existence into a poem. This is my story – it’s been a beautiful adventure. A beautiful battle. And it still is.” After one single reaching #2 on the Swedish Itunes-chart, 30,000+ followers on twitter, praise from media & blogs from all over the world & 5 critically acclaimed albums; she packed her life in a guitar case and spent a year homeless on the road, with nothing but a dream and a longing for something more. This is the story about the girl who left everything she knew to dedicate her whole life to her art. Available as Kindle through Amazon and paperback through the Official Online Store www. charlotteeriksson.com/store “Instant coffee and a tip from the sound-guy. I’m learning sounds, laying wide awake on different sofas every night. I know the difference between a well built wall and broken strength. I’m learning mindfulness, reading about gurus and poets every day on different trains to nowhere. I don’t know what I’m learning but I hope I will understand one d
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