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Sophie Turner embraces fall fashion in black striped blazer with leggings on LA stroll with baby daughter Willa and husband Joe Jonas
By Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com
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It has finally started to feel like autumn in Los Angeles.
And Sophie Turner certainly embraced fall fashion on her latest outing with her bundle of joy.
The 24-year-old actress made the road her runway in a black striped blazer on a walk with three-month-old daughter and husband Joe Jonas in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Fall fashion: Sophie Turner made the road her runway in a black striped blazer on a walk with three-month-old daughter and husband Joe Jonas in Los Angeles on Thursday
She teamed the fashionable jacket with a black top and clinging leggings combination along with a pair of grey Adidas x Yeezy 500 sneakers.
Her accessories were also in the same dark color as she sported a face mask with ‘vote’ printed all over it.
Her signature blonde locks were put up in a fountain ponytail as she let her porcelain skin shine by going make-up free.
Making the road her runway: The 24-year-old actress teamed the fashionable jacket with a black top and clinging leggings combination along with a pair of grey Adidas x Yeezy 500 sneakers
Joe, 31, looked super cool in a white Blobz denim jacket which is a collaboration between streetwear staples The Hundreds and LA-based artist Kenny Scharf.
He also wore a plain white T-shirt with relaxed fit blue jeans cut at the bottom to give it a more raw look along with black high-top Converse All-Star sneakers.
The Jonas Brothers member accessorized with circular vintage-style shades, a plain black face mask and gold watch.
Dapper: Joe, 31, looked super cool in a white Blobz denim jacket which is a collaboration between streetwear staples The Hundreds and LA-based artist Kenny Scharf
Turner and Jonas confirmed the news of their new arrival in a July statement that said they were ‘delighted to announce the birth of their baby.’
‘The couple is already obsessed and can’t stop gloating about their new addition,’ a source told Entertainment Tonight.
‘With the pandemic, Joe and Sophie have been very cautious about who is around them and their little girl.’
Mom and Dad: Joe and Sophie were first married during a surprise Las Vegas wedding in May 2019 and shortly followed up with a family affair in France two months later; seen in August 2019
Joe and Sophie were first married during a surprise Las Vegas wedding in May 2019 after three years of dating which was broadcast live on Diplo’s social media, and shortly followed up with a family affair in France two months later.
Earlier this week, Joe’s brother Nick Jonas gushed over his baby niece, telling Entertainment Tonight: ‘She’s the best.’
And while he has met Willa, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has meant that the extended Jonas family, like many others, has had to
Like most of the world, Egypt has imposed restrictions to try and limit the spread of Covid-19, including social distancing guidelines and the mandatory wearing of masks in enclosed public spaces.
Salah’s hometown of Nagrig is around 131 kilometres from where the wedding took place in Cairo, but that has not stopped its mayor, Maher Shtayyeh, from defending his city’s favourite son, particularly over allegations he was hugging fellow guests without wearing a mask.
Shtayyeh revealed Aston Villa midfielder Trezeguet was the only other Egypt player also present at the wedding, though insisted he also took the same precautions.
“All what has been said is false, it does not make sense to hug someone five times in the same wedding,” Shtayyeh told Goal.
“Also Salah was extremely cautious during the one-hour wedding, he never took his mask off except for taking photographs.
“Salah is fine now, he does not show any symptoms, I talked to his father and uncle.
“Trezeguet was the only [other Egypt] player who came to the wedding with Salah, he was also extremely cautious”.
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Even though it feels like a harsh winter is already upon Us, there’s still so much fall fashion left to shop! We just scoped out what’s new at Anthropologie’s Freshly Cut sale and found pieces that are ideal for autumn — but will seamlessly transition into the other seasons.
Check out our favorites below — there are dresses, pants and so many comfy tops. Best of all, the discounts are amazing. You can save upwards of $100 on a single item — seriously! What are you waiting for? Keep on scrolling!
This Ruffly Maxi Dress
This comfortable maxi dress has plenty of ruffles for any fan of romantic fashion. Plus, the hot pink hue is a serious standout!
Get the Farm Rio Culebra Ruffled Maxi Dress (originally $228) on sale with free shipping for just $130, available from Anthropologie!
These Fun Faux Leather Overalls
We’re obsessed with these overalls! They’re made from a great faux leather material, and they’re absolutely perfect for fall layering.
Get the Freja Faux Leather Overalls (originally $228) on sale with free shipping for just $140, available from Anthropologie!
This Gorgeous Knit Cardigan
We can’t wait to wrap ourselves up in this stunning cardigan — another knockout piece for fall layering!
Get the Fenna Textured Knit Wrap Cardigan (originally $118) on sale with free shipping for just $70, available from Anthropologie!
This Funky Tie-Dye Crewneck
The tie-dye trend is still going strong, and we are digging this take on the print. This is such a work-from-home essential!
Get the Pilcro Elayna Sweatshirt (originally $78) on sale with free shipping for just $50, available from Anthropologie!
This Graphic Mock-Neck Dress
We love the patchwork pattern, and the bright color palette really makes it pop!
Get the Jessamine Mock Neck Maxi Dress (originally $168) on sale with free shipping for just $100, available from Anthropologie!
These Bootcut Pants
These pants are the key to rocking loungewear while going out! The material is just as comfy as your favorite pair of leggings.
Get the Classic Bootcut Pants (originally $128) on sale with free shipping for just $80, available from Anthropologie!
This Classic Denim Shirt Jacket
You can wear this denim as a top on warmer days, and as a jacket when it’s cooler out. It’s simply so versatile!
Get the Tyler Denim Shirt Jacket (originally $138) on sale with free shipping for just $80, available from Anthropologie!
Looking for more? Check out all of the latest styles that have been added to Anthropologie’s Freshly Cut sale section here!
Chanel is celebrating the launch of its latest Resort 21 collection by Virginie Viard with a Karim Sadli-lensed photo shoot with Lily-Rose Depp. In the accompanying video, the French actress points to her favorite pieces from the collection, and discusses her relationship with the house’s creative director. BAZAAR.com spoke with the newly 21-year old about her relationship to social media, the clarity that comes with a changing world, gratitude, and using fashion to lift your spirits. It helps, of course, if it’s Chanel.
How have you been handling the last 7 months from a mental health perspective?
Lily-Rose Depp: I think it’s great that everybody’s really talking about mental health right now. People are really taking the time to check in on their friends and family to see how they’re doing and how they’re handling it. And so I think that’s a really beautiful thing that’s come out of this time—we’re all really leaning on each other more than ever before.
I’ve just been like taking it one day at a time, and obviously, there’re ups and downs in all of this. I was actually shooting a movie in Ireland over the summer, which was amazing. I was just so, so grateful to have the opportunity to be working again. I know that I’m able to experience this from a place of a lot of privilege. I just feel really happy to be surrounded with family.
Do you feel like your circle has gotten smaller, like you’re surrounding yourself with all the same people during this? Even who you’re talking to?
I think that times like these…show you a lot about who is really, really dear to you. But I think if anything you realize more who you really, really miss when you haven’t been able to see your friends in six months or longer. I think it definitely puts a lot in perspective. And I think that a lot of people and myself included, have done a lot of thinking, hopefully. It’s also been a time of great opportunity to just sit with yourself and give yourself the space to breathe and feel whatever you’re feeling, because obviously, we don’t have all of the distractions that we’re normally used to. I think it’s been a really great period of growth for a lot of people a positive thing in such a scary time.
You had a big birthday recently. I’m sure it’s not how you imagined celebrating it, but how did you ring in? I suppose it’s a little different if you’re not in the US where 21 is such a milestone.
Well, I was in Paris for it. It was very small because it was when stuff started opening back up a little bit again in Paris. Over the summer, those kind of restrictions were easing. But I still had a nice dinner with my family and two of my friends. They’re all French, but
Some fashion fiends are into designer handbag trends while others stay up on the latest and greatest in loungewear. And then, there are the ones who passionately prefer shoes over everything. Under ordinary circumstances, gifting footwear is not THE move — but, for the shoe enthusiast, it can be considered the ultimate holiday gesture. Finding the appropriate pair that’s equal parts stylish, comfortable, and actually fits their foot is no simple undertaking. And with so many options varying from edgy and biker-adjacent to sporty and chic, it’s difficult to know where to even begin.
That’s where we come in. If you’re going to gift a pair of shoes, then make it easier on yourself and your shoe-obsessed giftee by choosing a pair off this list. We’ve vetted Refinery29 readers’ top-bought pairs from top-performing stories onsite (anonymously, of course), each covering a wide range of styles and budgets — from crowd-pleasing clogs to street-chic sneakers and boots that were actually made for walking.
At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A wave of coronavirus cases that hit Maine after a wedding is a case study in why it’s important to avoid gathering amid the pandemic, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report about the deadly outbreak.
The outbreak, based around an August wedding and reception in the Millinocket area, killed at least seven people and sickened at least 177. The CDC’s report, issued Friday, stated that an investigation into the wedding showed noncompliance with standard procedures to slow the spread of the virus.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Published 7:17 a.m. ET Nov. 13, 2020 | Updated 7:18 a.m. ET Nov. 13, 2020
This 1978 file photo shows Peter William Sutcliffe, the alleged ‘Yorkshire Ripper’. On Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, Britain’s Prison Service said that serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, known as the Yorkshire Ripper died in the hospital. (Photo: File)
LONDON — The British serial killer known as the “Yorkshire Ripper,” a man who instilled terror and fear across northern England in the 1970s, died Friday at a hospital there. He was 74.
Peter Sutcliffe, a former grave digger, was serving concurrent life sentences for killing 13 women in Yorkshire and northwest England between 1975 and 1980.
British media reported he had refused treatment after testing positive for COVID-19 and was suffering from a number of underlying health conditions. His death will be investigated by the coroner.
Sutcliffe’s barbaric attacks on young women were compounded by the police incompetence that allowed him to evade arrest and continue killing. The manhunt for the Ripper was one of the biggest the country had ever known, with some 2.5 million hours spent trying to catch him. Documentaries have chronicled how stubborn U.K. investigators stuck to their theories, missing key leads, ignoring contradictory evidence and wasting time in the hunt for the killer.
Although he was interviewed nine times in the investigation, Sutcliffe was only caught after being found with a prostitute in his car.
He was arrested on Jan. 2, 1981, in the English city of Sheffield, and later confessed, although he denied it at his trial. He was convicted on May 22, 1981, at London’s Central Criminal Court of 13 counts of murder, seven cases of attempted murder and was sentenced to 20 concurrent life terms.
During his trial, even Sutcliffe expressed surprise that he was able to carry on for so long.
“It was just a miracle they did not apprehend me earlier — they had all the facts,” he said.
The police had found themselves overwhelmed with information, and a card system they created was improperly cross-referenced, causing key facts to be misplaced. Details about his appearance, such as a gap in his teeth and size seven feet, were not flagged.
During one of his interviews, officers showed Sutcliffe a picture of the Ripper’s boot print near a body but failed to notice that he was actually wearing the boots in question.
In another blunder, a victim who survived being hit in the head with a hammer, Marcella Claxton, was able to help police produce an image of the suspect that later proved to be accurate. But her testimony was discounted by police, who thought she was not a Ripper victim because she was not a prostitute, as were some of his other victims.
After he was convicted, Sutcliffe spent a long time in Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire. He was transferred to HMP Frankland in 2016 after being deemed stable enough to serve time in prison.
Colorado stands at a critical juncture – perhaps the most critical juncture – in our fight against COVID-19. We call on each and every one of us to step up and do more in our urgent effort to fight this pandemic.
As the holiday season approaches, consider this: the best thing you can give is the gift of health – to your friends, to your family, and to your community. And this year, the best way to give this gift is by staying apart.
Our region’s COVID-19 case counts have reached previously unseen levels, our positivity rate is soaring, our hospitals are near capacity, and more people in our community are dying. It looks like there will be effective vaccines against COVID-19, but it will be months before these vaccines are available for the general population. We need to slow the spread of this disease. And we need to do that now. Lives of those we love are on the line.
State government and local public health agencies can only do so much. Without the commitment of each of us, our prospects of combatting this virus dim.
We urge all of us to:
Limit gatherings to your household only.
Wear your mask.
Keep your distance from others – at least 6 feet.
Stay home if you’re sick.
Wash your hands frequently.
Get tested if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
Work from home, if possible.
Respond to any public health worker who may call you about your potential contact with someone who has tested positive.
The Metro Denver Partnership for Health represents the public health agencies of the seven counties of the Denver area. We know that our fight against COVID-19 requires a regional, even statewide approach. We come together to appeal to our greater community. We can slow the spread of this virus; we can defeat COVID-19.
With the holiday season approaching, we know it is particularly difficult to think about limiting contact with our loved ones. It’s hard to imagine Thanksgiving without a houseful of relatives gathered around the dinner table. December traditions revolve around family and togetherness.
But lives are at stake.
We are dealing with a virus that does not respect the calendar. It is as dangerous on holidays as it is every other day of the year, and cold weather means more gatherings would be indoors, greatly increasing the risk.
The best way to ensure that those who mean the most to us – especially older family members or those at increased risk – will still be gathered around our tables and giving thanks next year is to stay apart from them this year.
And if we redouble our efforts to stop the spread of this virus, we not only protect those we love, we avoid further damage to our economy.
We are hesitant to issue more public health orders. We do not want to shut the metro region down. And we need your support to do that. It is only with adherence to public health
The FBI wanted to arrest Jeffrey Epstein while he was judging a beauty pageant in the Virgin Islands seven months before he signed a non-prosecution deal that shielded him from federal sex crime charges, a Justice Department report says.
The 347-page report obtained by NBC News expands on an executive summary released Thursday of a probe into a more than decade-old sex abuse investigation of Epstein. The Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility found that former Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, who oversaw the case when he was a top federal prosecutor in Florida in the mid-2000s, exercised “poor judgment” but did not engage in misconduct.
The full report quotes one prosecutor as telling a colleague that the FBI had “wanted to arrest [Epstein] in [the] Virgin Islands during a beauty pageant…where he is a judge.”
“The case agent recalled that she and her co-case agent were disappointed” about being denied the opportunity to make the arrest in May 2007, the report says, and an FBI supervisor overseeing the case was “extremely upset” about it.
It wasn’t until a year later, in 2008, that Epstein surrendered to authorities after signing a plea deal. That the FBI wanted to bring charges against Epstein in 2007 was already known but the agency’s interest in arresting him at a beauty pageant in the Virgin Island has not been previously reported.
The politically-connected financier had been accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls in his West Palm Beach mansion. But he eventually pleaded guilty to state charges involving a single victim in a deal that spared him from serving a long prison sentence.
Epstein ultimately spent 13 months in jail and was allowed to leave almost every day through a work release program. He died by suicide inside a federal prison last year while awaiting trial on new sex trafficking charges.
The report says the federal investigation began when Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie Villafaña told Acosta that she was willing to invest the time and the FBI was willing to invest the money to investigate Epstein.
“But I didn’t want to get to the end and then have the [U.S. Attorney’s Office] be intimidated by the high-powered lawyers” for Epstein, she said in an email included in the report. “I was assured that that would not happen.”
Villafaña wrote in July 2007, nearly two months after the FBI wanted to arrest Epstein at the beauty pageant, “now I feel like there is a glass ceiling that prevents me from moving forward while evidence suggests that Epstein is continuing to engage in this criminal behavior.”
The report describes a year of back and forth communications between a cadre of Epstein attorneys, Villafaña, Villafaña’s immediate supervisors, and Acosta himself, some of which have previously been detailed in court filings. It includes summarizations of interviews with FBI agents, emails, and written documentation about the case.
Villafaña told the Justice Department that she believed Acosta “was influenced by the stature of Epstein’s attorneys.”