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The ugly trainer trend has now been made into a high heel hybrid 

Evening Standard
By now we are well versed in the 'ugly trainer' trend. Having made its debut on Balenciaga's autumn/winter 2017 catwalk with the brand's sell-out "Triple S Trainers", the bulky shoe quickly created a wave of hype on the streets and on the runways. Since then, various designers and high street stores have made their own chunky trainer styles, the dad-inspired footwear only gaining more and more popularity in 2018. It was no real surprise, then, when hot on the dad trainers heels came the 'ugly sandal' trend for summer 2018. Seen on the catwalks of Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu and Rick Owens (to name a few), our normally subtle summer staple now came complete with bulky bases, thick Velcro straps and bold buckles. (Balenciaga) We thought that was it. Two styles of ugly was enough and, just like other overworked trends, it would die down. Nope. A post shared by DSQUARED2 - Dan & Dean Caten (@dsquared2) on Jun 18, 2018 at 3:31am PDT During Paris Fashion Week Men's spring/sumer 2019, Dsquared2 sent a pair of florescent trimmed sandals down the runway. The unmissable shoes matching Triple S's red, blue and yellow hued details and, more obviously, the ugly trainer silhouette. There was one key difference, though; the usually flat complex sole had been moulded into a two tiered platform, meaning it definitely belonged in the high heel category. Dsquared2 show during Milan Men's Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 (Getty Images for Dsquared2) The shoes even featured buckle straps, similar to that of the newly anointed ugly sandals. So, what we have here is a ugly-trainer-sandal-heel hybrid, as well as definite proof that the 'ugly' trend is still thrive well into 2019. Say hello to the ugly trainer-ugly heel hybrid (Getty Images for Dsquared2) The Italian brand announced on Instagram after the show that the shoes are fittingly called "The Giant Heels", and come in varying colourways and styles, ranging from block heels to more traditional heeled trainers. Set to hit stores next year, these ugly trainer heels are now a definite possibility in our fashionable future.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:38:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Wolves season tickets: The waiting list, how to get on it and why it's needed - everything you need to know 

Birmingham Mail
WWFC confirm first ever season ticket waiting list... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:35:41 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Cardinals pitcher claims there was a ghost in his hotel room 

Sportress of Blogitude
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez clearly was spooked in a video posted to Instagram Wednesday night in which he claims there was a ghost in his Milwaukee hotel room.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:34:53 Categories: Sportress of Blogitude

Gisele could not be more pumped about Brazil's World Cup win 

For The Win
Look at how excited she was to see those two late goals.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:34:27 Categories: For The Win

How to visit the unspoilt Tenerife 

Evening Standard
"This is the authentic Tenerife," says a retiree sitting on a sun-facing bench with ocean views in the main plaza in El Sauzal. The relaxed atmosphere in this picturesque village is the norm in the verdant north, where living the slow life isn't just an Instagram hashtag. Last year more than 5.7 million travellers visited Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, but only a quarter of them stayed in the north. An hour by car from the touristy side of the island, it's a world away from the south. Here you'll find excellent food, ancient forests, quiet beaches, striking mountains and charming towns. And all minus the crowds. The tropical greenness of the north is astounding, especially as Tenerife normally conjures up images of arid landscapes and sunburnt Brits. Driving along the TF-5 road I spot vineyard after vineyard and stop at the wine museum at El Sauzal. There are wines from the island's five appellations to try, including new producers such as Suertes del Marqués and Envínate. Just a 20-minute drive inland, on the edge of Anaga Rural Park, sits the town of Tegueste. Its link with Latin America are on show at the local farmers' market - Tenerife was once the gateway for new foods brought back to Europe from the Americas. The soft avocados, sweet bananas and juicy papayas are so unlike what we get in the UK. Turning off towards the laurel forest of Anaga, meanwhile, is like going back in time. With a microclimate closer to that of a rainforest than Tenerife's usual Mediterranean sunshine, this prehistoric forest has rocks thought to be seven to nine million years old. Home to gorges, peaks, isolated villages and endemic flora and fauna, the area was awarded Biosphere Reserve designation by Unesco in 2015. There are beautiful walks - and a visitors' centre at Cruz del Carmen offers information and recommendations. Read more 10 of the best things to do in Tenerife Heading to Taganana, the winding road descends towards the coast, going between ravines before reaching the white-walled houses of the village. From here, picturesque Benijo beach and the Roques de Anaga make the ideal spot for a lunch with a view. But it's not all about nature. San Cristóbal de La Laguna, capital of the island until 1723, is a Unesco World Heritage site. La Laguna is now a vibrant city alive with museums, colourful architecture and nightlife. Highlights include the Plaza del Adelantado. On the way to the Mount Teide volcano, La Orotava makes for a wonderful stop, with its impeccable old quarter. I walk to La Casa de los Balcones to admire its handcrafted balcony from the 1670s, before heading inside to explore a museum and shop selling artisan crafts. Climbing up Mount Teide, the highest peak in Spain at 3,718m, is not for everyone (you need a permit in advance) but a visit to this national park should still be mandatory. The cable car takes me to an altitude of 2,356m - on a clear day you can see the six main Canary Islands. As well as black sand beaches such as El Socorro, the northern coast has unspoilt towns such as Garachico, once the main port on the island and favoured by the wealthy. Its fortunes changed when Montaña Negra erupted in the early 18th century, destroying the harbour - in its place, natural pools lie between lava rocks. It's the perfect idyll to reflect on the north's beauty. Details: Tenerife EasyJet flies from Gatwick to Tenerife from £117 return. La Laguna Gran Hotel, doubles from ?102, room only.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:31:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Charlotte Dawson channels Julia Roberts as she steps out in elegant black gown with celeb pals 

Manchester Evening News
The model and reality TV star partied at Manchester bar Menagerie with celeb pals including Darby and Taylor Ward... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:30:52 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Carlton sexual assault: Second arrest made 

Daily Mail
Two men, aged 23 and 26, have been arrested following an alleged sexual assault and abduction just two kilometres from where Eurydice Dixon was raped and murdered, in Melbourne's inner-north.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: Daily Mail

Facebook prototypes tool to show how many minutes you spend on it 

TechCrunch
Are you ready for some scary numbers? After months of Mark Zuckerberg talking about how "Protecting our community is more important than maximizing our profits", Facebook is preparing to turn that commitment into a Time Well Spent product.Buried in Facebook's...... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: TechCrunch

'He needs to suffer the consequences of his actions' 

9News.com.au
A man who raped a mother of three and murdered a 16-year-old school girl is applying for early release from life sentence.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Fifita's brutal take down of the 'Footy Show' 

Daily Mail
International rugby league star Andrew Fifita has hit out at the NRL Footy Show only minutes after stepping off the live set saying that the TV program had wasted his and other's time.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: Daily Mail

Championship transfers: Every done deal from Aston Villa's rivals so far 

Birmingham Mail
The transfer window is in full swing as Championship sides bid to get deals done ahead of the deadline. This year, the window slams shut on August 9th, just days after the opening weekend of the campaign. We're still waiting for the first arrival a... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:28:41 Categories: Birmingham Mail

'Home and Away' actor turned jihadi lodges appeal for freedom 

Daily Mail
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22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:28:32 Categories: Daily Mail

Saltley fire: What we know so far 

Birmingham Mail
Huge plumes of smoke seen for miles around... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:27:12 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Report: Cavs' draft has no influence on LeBron's decision 

Larry Brown Sports
The Cleveland Cavaliers made one pick in the NBA Draft Thursday night, and the player they took happens to be one that LeBron James and his camp are reportedly enamored with.&nbsp;... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:26:53 Categories: Larry Brown Sports

Darren Aronofsky on traveling with Anthony Bourdain 

CNN
Darren Aronofsky reflects on his relationship with Anthony Bourdain. The two traveled together for "Parts Unknown" episodes in Madagascar, and, more recently, Bhutan.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:26:45 Categories: CNN

U.S. and European autos stocks fall on Trump's 20% tariff threat 

Reuters
European and U.S. autos shares fell sharply on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened a 20 percent tariff on all car imports from the European Union if EU "tariffs and trade barriers" are not removed.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:26:44 Categories: Reuters

Breast cancer survivor running from Boston to New York 

WCVB Boston
Three years ago, Davina McNaney ran more than 400 miles from Michigan to New York. Now, the 45-year-old mother of two is about to embark on another journey. ... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:26:00 Categories: WCVB Boston

'I lost 100 pounds by cutting carbs and walking more' 

Women's Health
The O.G. Atkins diet helped her do it.... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:24:12 Categories: Women's Health

Bethesda sues Warner Bros, calls its 'Westworld' game 'blatant rip-off' 

Polygon
Bethesda Softworks is suing Warner Bros. and Fallout Shelter co-developer Behaviour Interactive over the recently released Westworld, alleging that the mobile game based on HBO's TV series is a "blatant rip-off" of Fallout Shelter. In a suit filed in a Maryland U.S. District Court, Bethesda alleges that Westworld - developed by Behaviour and released this week for Android and iOS - "has the same or highly similar game design, art style, animations, features and other gameplay elements" as Fallout Shelter. Fallout Shelter was originally released in 2015 for mobile devices. The game was later ported to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. Bethesda said in its suit that Behaviour uses "the same copyrighted computer code created for Fallout Shelter in Westworld," alleging that a bug evident in an early version of Fallout Shelter (which was later fixed) also appears in Westworld. Bethesda alleges the companies "copied Fallout Shelter's features and then made cosmetic modifications for Westworld's 'western' theme." The suit also alleges that "Behaviour breached its contract with Bethesda and utilized its restricted access to Bethesda's intellectual property, including Bethesda's copyrighted code, trade secrets, and other rights, to compress its development timeline, reduce costs, and quickly bring the Westworld mobile game to market, and offer players the widely popular gameplay experience found in Fallout Shelter." The suit points out similar gameplay features, including "cartoonish 2D characters in a 3D environment" and the underground multi-room facilities that players explore and build, in both Fallout Shelter and Westworld. Bethesda is suing for copyright infringement, breach of contract and misappropriating trade secrets. The publisher is seeking a jury trial and damages. Polygon has reached out to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Behaviour Interactive for comment on Bethesda Softworks' lawsuit, which you can read in full below. Bethesda Softworks LLC v. Behaviour Interactive, Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. by Polygondotcom on Scribd... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:23:01 Categories: Polygon

Hundreds of easyJet and Ryanair flights cancelled causing travel chaos for passengers 

Liverpool Echo
Air Traffic Controllers in Marseilles this weekend is likely to bring delays and cancellations to all UK airlines... read more
 
22. kesäkuuta 2018 21:22:15 Categories: Liverpool Echo
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