Mercury vs. Sparks, Game 1 final score: Phoenix makes plays down the stretch to beat L.A., 75-72 – http://www.chicemma.com Yahoo Sports
MONTREAL , Aug. 22, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ – Tonight, Target presented its impressive fashion show for the fall at the Montreal Fashion and Design Festival. Livia Zufferli , Vice President, Marketing, at Target Canada, Genevieve Borne, Bobby Bazini , Jean-Francois Daviau and Chantal Durivage , Groupe Sensation Mode, Saskia Thuot , as well as Bullseye were on the red carpet for the event. SOURCE Target Canada Image with caption: “Tonight, Target presented its impressive fashion show for the fall at the Montreal Fashion and Design Festival. Livia Zufferli, Vice President, Marketing, at Target Canada, Genevieve Borne, Bobby Bazini, Jean-Francois Daviau and Chantal Durivage, Groupe Sensation Mode, Saskia Thuot, as well as Bullseye were on the red carpet for the event. (CNW Group/Target Canada)”. Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20140822_C7715_PHOTO_EN_42517.jpg View gallery
The L.A. Sparks squandered a fourth quarter lead to the Phoenix Mercury in predictable fashion to open their first round series in the 2014 WNBA Playoffs. Predicting that the Phoenix Mercury would sweep the L.A. Sparks in the first round of the 2014 WNBA Playoffs actually had little to do with a significant “talent” differential – team composition, maybe, but the Sparks are hardly lacking talent. This matchup has always been about intangibles – for the entirety of the regular season and during last year’s meeting in the first round. And it’s ultimately what tonight’s 75-72 loss to the Mercury came down to, just as predicted by Sparks coach Penny Toler in a preview of tonight’s game by L.A.
Fashionistas hit the road to follow their passion – Yahoo News
“I thought that D.C. was missing a little bit of the West Coast eccentric fashion, and I wanted to open it,” she said. “But then when I realized that it was going to be way too expensive for what I had saved up and what I planned for, I was told to get creative.” Lee’s dreams of a brick-and-mortar store fizzled after drawing up about 30 budgets; she was simply unable to achieve the bottom line she needed. But with lower initial investments and sustained payments, the fashion truck phenomenon is making it easier for entrepreneurs like Lee to break into the fashion business. The idea came to Lee when she realized there was an uptick in fashion trucks in her home state of California.
Fashion Trend Report: Neon Brights – Fashion Trend Report – StyleBistro
. (Source: ImaxTree; Art by Tanya Leigh Washington) When we think of fall colors, we often imagine dark, moody tones or rich evergreen hues; we do not think neon. Nevertheless, designers surprised show-goers during Fall 2014 Fashion Week by sending dresses, coats and separates in these bright hues down their runways.The key to these bold colors is that they are decidedly not the garish tones we saw in the ’80s, but bursts of color at a level of palatable brightness. Designer Raf Simons lit up the Dior runway with layered dresses in vibrant hues. Altuzarra showed robe coats that featured bright panels of pink and Emanuel Ungaro created tops and skirts in neon lime tones.