26 October 2014

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Hours of prep make perfect for Japan model

TOKYO  Plumes of hairspray create a suffocating fug over a group of fashion models waiting to be beautified in a room overlooking Tokyo s trendy Shibuya district.A full eight hours before Rei Hamada is set to grace the catwalk at Tokyo Fashion Week in a designer kimono, coffee is gulped and snacks munched between pit-stops for hair, nails and make-up."Before I started I didn t imagine modelling would be quite so hard," she tells AFP. "The runways and photo shoots

Femen militant fined for stabbing Putin waxwork

Paris  A Ukrainian member of the Femen movement was slapped with over 6,000 euros ($7,300) in fines on Wednesday for impaling a wax statue of Russian President Vladimir Putin with a stake, while bare-breasted, in a Paris museum.Iana Jdanova, 26, is the first member of the women s movement to be fined in France for their signature topless protests, which they have staged in the Notre Dame cathedral, on top of the Moulin Rouge cabaret and on the Champs Elysees avenue.In June, the Ukrainian who has been exiled in

Michael Jackson tops Forbes list of highest-earning dead celebrities

NEW YORK: Five years after his death, singer Michael Jackson is generating a fortune and is the top-earning dead celebrity, raking in an estimated $140 million in the past year for his estate, Forbes said on Wednesday.He earned more than twice as much as singer Elvis Presley, who died in 1977 and came in second with $55 million, and three times more than cartoonist and Peanuts comic strip creator Charles Schulz, who took third place with $40 million.“Few celebrities prove the point that there is (financial) life after death better than

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