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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made an official visit to Cambridgeshire today, where they headed to the Fitzwilliam Museum to witness the unveiling of their first official portrait together.

Commissioned for the purpose of celebrating the county, the work was originally proposed by the late Sir Michael Marshall – who was President of Marshall of Cambridge – but was painted by award-winning British portrait artist Jamie Coreth.

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It was commissioned by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund, presided over by the Cambridge Community Foundation and it is being seen as a gift to the county of Cambridgeshire.

In the painting, the couple, both 40, can be seen looking off to their right, dressed smartly, with Kate Middleton wearing a green lurex Vampire’s Wife midi dress, paired with Manolo Blahnik heels, an outfit which she wore in Dublin in 2020.

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The pair pose with their arms around each other, looking happy and relaxed.

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The piece will hang in the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum for at least three years and will be available for public viewing.

Upon viewing the painting at its unveiling, William is reported to have initially said: ‘It’s quite big,’ followed by congratulating the artist Coreth, by saying that it was ‘amazing.’

Of creating the work, Coreth said: it was the ‘most extraordinary privilege of my life to be chosen to paint this picture.’

And that, ‘I wanted to show Their Royal Highnesses in a manner where they appeared both relaxed and approachable, as well as elegant and dignified.’

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Exclusive: “A Summer In Malibu” Zelie for She Drops a Dreamy Plus Size Collection – TalkOfNews.com

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Zelie for She, a Los- Angeles based contemporary plus size brand, has recently dropped their latest collection that will immediately transport you to the easy breezy days of summer. “A Summer in Malibu” is the latest collection from its creator, Elann Zelie.

Looking for a romantic summer plus size maxi dress? An easy and lightweight three-piece set? Or a chiffon halter dress that skims your curves in watercolor hues? For A Summer in Malibu, this collection is a breath of fresh air. For those who are not familiar with Zelie for She, this brand is “an unapologetic expression of one’s authenticity and individuality.”

The Growth of Zelie for She & our “Summer in Malibu” Faves

Over the years, we have watched the brand grow and expand into Nordstrom, and drop consistent whimsical and boho luxe options, that speak to the carefree wanderer in all of us!

One thing that Zelie for She gives us, is a point of view. From their “About Us” page, we learn that this is intentional. “Every collection is a different story, stories of travel, friendship, women, and empowerment of oneself.”

The cool thing about the pieces from Zelie for She? Is that all their designs are made in a limited run, meaning they do not produce a whole lot of the items, which only makes these designs that much more special! You won’t have to worry about someone else showing up in your magical maxi dress.

This also means that you have to move fast- as her pieces DO SELL OUT QUICKLY!

You can shop the full collection at ZelieforShe.com!

While you are there, make sure to check out the Desert Daydreams collection!

For those of you who are curious, yes, Zelie for She does ship internationally and carries up through a size 3X.

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What do you think of this collection? Does the boho luxe vibe speak to you?

Which pieces could you see yourself in? Let us know in the comments below… and if you loved stumbling onto this indie designer, make sure to share this article with your friends and loved ones!

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Exclusive: Must Read: The New Virgil Abloh Documentary, Can Fashion Make Money in the Metaverse? – TalkOfNews.com

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Inside the new Virgil Abloh documentary, ‘V’
Mahfuz Sultan and Chloe Wayne Sultan, filmmakers and close friends of the late Virgil Abloh, have released “V,” a 30-minute tribute to his legacy. The duo take Vogue‘s Liam Hess through their concept and process creating it. The film features close friends and collaborators of Abloh, including models Bella Hadid, Joan Smalls and Kendall Jenner, and his music director Benji B and stylist Ib Kamara. Mahfuz says they “hope that the film displays a cross-section of the diversity of the people he impacted and in turn was impacted by–the world and community that he created around him, the number of people he influenced and touched.” {Vogue}


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I couldn’t stand the lectures back then, but over time, I realized that my mom was right. Thus, my first lessons about fashion came from my parents, and their waste-not, want-not mentality played a huge part in why I pursued fashion as a major in college. Soon, I too started enjoying passing along hand-me-downs, and I took pride in seeing the people I cared about sporting the same pieces I once loved. (I may not have always agreed with how they styled my favorite shirts and mini purses from Limited Too — no shade — but it did feel good to see how they were finding their personal style.) I kept that sustainable mindset going, selling pre-owned shoes on Poshmark and hauling bags of clothes to consignment shops for enough cash to pay for my university textbooks. 

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