Versace Served up Clashing Prints and Early-Aughts Clubwear for Spring 2019

Without fail, the crowd at Versace’s Friday night show in Milan each season provides one of fashion month’s best people-watching opportunities. Donatella Versace’s fans and top customers from around the world turn up in droves wearing head-to-toe ensembles by the Italian brand, looking — for back …

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Erika Cavallini RTW Spring 2019

A Mediterranean sensuality infused Erika Cavallini’s spring collection, with the designer working a warm palette of spice tones for a fuss-free wardrobe that hinted at exotic travel.
She draped and knotted fabrics, and lopped off sleeves, revealing a glimpse of shoulder here, a flash of hip bone there, but her concept of seduction was not demonstrative. There was a quiet ease to the flowing tunic tops, vestal gowns and mannish pants coupled with oversized shirts.
Slouchy cream pants were cinched with a triple-wrap brown leather belt, while a plain rope belt lent a rustic edge to a flowing caftan in a patchwork of vintage silk scarf prints.
Outfits like a burlap sundress and a pajama-striped jumpsuit came with giant matching totes. They might not meet cabin baggage restrictions, but somehow, you felt these  confident women would get where they’re going regardless.

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Prada Put a Techno Twist on Ladylike Classics for Spring 2019

Acid, slime green walls. Inflatable clear plastic chairs. Techno music blaring at an impressively high decibel level and an even higher BPM. No, I’m not talking about Milan’s Hottest Night Club: This was the scene at the Prada show on Thursday evening, where designer Miuccia Prada presented a …

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6 spring/summer 2019 trends you can wear now

Another season of London Fashion Week has come to a close, and whilst Milan and Paris are yet to come, the main spring/summer 2019 fashion trends are starting to emerge.

Designers like Roksanda, Rejina Pyo and Alexa Chung are leading the way, with trends that we’re excited about for next year. So excited about actually, that we’re going to start wearing them now. Here’s how:


Left to right: JW Anderson, Eudon Choi, Alexa Chung

Oversized, fitted, 70s style or more retro, pastel-coloured or checked… suits were all over the catwalk at LFW, from Alexa Chung to Eudon Choi and JW Anderson. There is literally a style to suit every personality, and of course the beauty of them is that they’re the perfect transitional piece. Wear them now with a silk blouse or rollneck and ankle boots.


Left to right: Natasha Zinko, House of Holland, Rejina Pyo

Love it or hate it, you just can’t dismiss neon next season, it’s literally everywhere. At NYFW, Jeremy Scott backed the lime green hue, while Naeem Khan and Sies Marjan flashed a bit of orange and pink. Over in London, House of Holland was all about neon, while Natasha Zinko closed the week with fluro green and yellow. Dip into it now with accessories to lift a monochrome outfit.

Puff sleeves

Left to right: Richard Quinn, Rejina Pyo, Christopher Kane

Go big or go home is the motto for SS18, well, when it comes to sleeves at least. I’ve loved them at Rejina Pyo on maxi tea dresses, at Richard Quinn on overcoats and shirts at Christopher Kane. The message is clear: go big or go home.


Left to right: Emilia Wickstead, Roksanda, Erdem

Millennial pink might have been put on the back-burner with the arrival of sunshine yellow, but it’s very much back in the limelight for spring. Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, Roksanda and Delpozo were just a few of the many designers to make us see la vie en rose.

Sheer layering

Left to right: Rejina Pyo, Erdem, Delpozo

Dare to bare for SS19, as sheer tulle and lace are taking over. Think see-through jackets at Rejina or OTT tulle at Roksanda and Simone Rocha. Th key is to layer: wear a sheer shirt this season, under a corduroy blazer to protect your modesty.


Left to right: Preen, Roksanda, Emilia Wickstead

Last season it was polka dots, and for SS19 the ladylike detail of choice is bows aplenty. They ranged from discreet finishing touches at Preen and Roksanda, to bold and oversized and Emilia Wickstead. We want more.

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7 Breakout Trends From London Fashion Week Spring 2019

Designers at London Fashion Week flooded the British capital with fearless fashion for the Spring 2019 season. The four-and-a-half-day-long schedule of shows and presentations wrapped up on Tuesday, and provided enough highlights to keep critics entertained for months to come. Both big-name …

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Brooks Brothers RTW Spring 2019

Creative Director Zac Posen delivered a garden party brimming with a youthful take on corporate attire inspired in part by images of Jacqueline de Ribes in the garden.
He introduced a cheeky cherry print, which was cut into a playful pleated skirt and embroidered onto a little T, and undercut the collection with a fresh vintage ease. Pink tweed suiting was enlivened with fluorescent orange specks, while a prim-cut blazer came in a sweet pastel orange. A floral jacquard jacket-and-skirt set harked to the fashion sensibility that could be seen in his namesake secondary line.
The storied brand has been able to draw in younger customers with updates to wardrobe staples that have a modern, easy approach to sophistication. Shirt dressing has been key, and was cut this season with a navy porcelain print and an orange style with a playful wrap belt. No item balanced modish feminine flair with a transitional day-to-evening quality more than a flirty color-blocked dress in blush, ivory and lime.
Posen made sure to offer loyal customers approachable elegance with classic seersucker in driftwood brown, suiting styled with casual striped Ts and stretchy graphic jacquards. For the new professional woman, look no further for a blend of leisure,

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Alexa Chung Makes Her Official London Fashion Week Debut for Spring 2019

Ever since her debut on the scene as a model-turned-TV-host-turned-It-Girl, Alexa Chung has built a strong base of fans who take note of her every style move. So it only made good business sense that, following hit collaborations with the likes of Madewell and AG Jeans, Chung would put together a …

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9 Breakout Trends from New York Fashion Week Spring 2019

New York Fashion Week got a bit of its groove back this season. Designers across the board appeared to be swept up in a fervent, anything-goes type of excitement and creativity for Spring 2019, and in spite of the nonstop rain, the week was fun and it felt buzzy. This was Fashion Week as a …

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Richard Malone RTW Spring 2019

Up-and-comer Richard Malone opened London Fashion Week on an upbeat note.
The Irish designer delivered a range filled with colors straight out of a Crayola box, a play on proportion and tassels galore.
His aim was to create “a nice, happy summer collection” and celebrate women and all things feminine along the way.
It worked: His pastel-hued satin cycling shorts and matching jackets, printed tube skirts and bold embellishments, ranging from nets to fringes and oversized pockets, summoned a joyful, optimistic mood.
Among the highlights was a series of flirty slipdresses featuring heavy ruching and those tube skirts with abstract, arty prints splashed all over them.
Just like many designers of his generation, Malone is also pushing the sustainability agenda. This season, he employed a luxurious double-faced satin fabric — from Italian fabric house Taroni — and juxtaposed it with Econyl, a nylon fabric that can be continually repurposed.

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The US Forest Service Is Hiring More Than 1,900 Seasonal Workers for 2019

Labor Day may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean all of the summer hiring sprees have, too.

The U.S. Forest Service is on the search for more than 1,900 seasonal workers — but not for this year. The organization is already looking to fill positions for spring and summer of 2019.

An agency of the Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Forest Service oversees 154 national forests and 20 national grasslands.

To support such a vast expanse of land, the Forest Service employs a large temporary workforce, especially during the summer months. In the 2015 fiscal year, the agency reportedly hired over 12,000 temporary employees.

The Forest Service is divided into nine regions. The Pacific Northwest region announced it is filling over 1,000 positions, and the Rocky Mountain region is looking to employ over 900. The remaining regions have not specified any numbers but have plenty of openings available.

If you’re dreaming of a job in the great outdoors, snagging a temporary job with the Forest Service could be the first step to securing a permanent career.

Seasonal US Forest Service Jobs

You might think the Forest Service only employs extremely outdoorsy-type positions like park rangers, but think again. The agency has a wide variety of roles that need to be filled, so don’t count yourself out.

The types of seasonal jobs available vary by region, with categories such as fire, timber, recreation, trails, archaeology, hydrology, wildlife, botany, fisheries and customer service.

Some specific positions currently available include forestry technician, visitor information assistant, laborer, archaeologist and biological science technician — and that’s just to name a few.

Note that if you’re interested in a fire position, applicants must be able to complete the work capacity test annually. To pass, you have to do a 3-mile hike while carrying a 45-lb. bag in 45 minutes.

Jobs with the Forest Service are broken down into a pay system called General Schedule, or GS, with grades from GS-1 to GS-15. Each grade is determined by the job’s level of difficulty, responsibility and qualifications required, with GS-1 being the lowest. So the lower the grade, the lower the pay and required qualifications.

Most of the jobs listed pay between $ 11 and $ 20 per hour, with full-time schedules. Some will come with health benefits, but it depends on the position and hours worked.

How to Apply

If you’re interested in applying for a temporary job with the Forest Service, you can browse available positions on their outreach site, but applications have to be submitted through the

Here’s what you need to do to apply:

  • Head over to and create an account, or login into your existing account and update any information as needed.
  • Upload or create a resume — you can save up to five versions.
  • Upload any relevant documents such as college transcripts or training certificates — up to 10 documents can be saved to your account.
  • Search available jobs using keywords such as the job title, agency name or job announcement number.

You can apply for multiple Forest Service positions, but make sure you’re checking the location and qualifications first, and then tailoring your resume to fit the position.

If you don’t see a position that catches your attention, there may be more posted later. Each region will have a designated period for applications.

Check out the application timelines for each region:

Since the application timelines vary by region, the hiring process and employment dates will as well. Most of the final hiring decisions will be made between November and January, and employment could start anywhere between March and August.

Kaitlyn Blount is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.

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Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Spring 2019

“It’s all about strong women,” said Maria Cornejo backstage at her spring runway show. Her inspiration was epitomized in the collection by a print reproducing a work by Chilean artist Gracia Barrios, an abstract pattern consisting of sketched faces of extraordinary international female personalities. The motif was printed, for example, on a fresh cotton top worn with a draped skirt crafted from organic denim, as well as on a maxishirt paired with relaxed cropped pants.
In keeping with her quintessentially chic aesthetic, the designer delivered a beautiful collection where an unfussy urban mood was warmed up by Cornejo’s Latin sensibility, expressed particularly in the color palette of earthy, neutral tones juxtaposed with bright shades of coral red and vivid blue.
By choosing an inclusive casting of women of different ages, Cornejo wanted to highlight the timeless spirit of the collection, one designed to transcend seasonal trends and provide longevity and continuity among generations. While the oversized striped suit that opened the show and a sharp-cut denim jacket worn with matching pants looked more rigorous and infused with a certain mannish feel, the frocks and tops with plunging necks and the satin long dresses and revisited pajama sets revealed the very feminine side

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma To Hand Chairman Role To CEO Zhang In Sept. 2019

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA) said that its chief executive officer Daniel Zhang will succeed Jack Ma as chairman of the board, starting September 10, 2019. Ma will continue as executive chairman at Alibaba over the next 12 months. After that, Ma will remain on the board until Alibaba’s annual meeting of shareholders in 2020.
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Rodarte’s Spring 2019 Runway Featured Picasso-Inspired Makeup and Spectacular, Rose-Covered Hair

On Sunday, Rodarte made its triumphant return to New York Fashion Week after spending several seasons showing in Paris, much to the delight of the New York fashion crowd — and the beauty editors who cover the shows backstage. With its own brand of elegant whimsy, the label is known for …

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Tory Burch RTW Spring 2019

Not many moms have a shoe named after them, let alone one that has skyrocketed to iconic-item status. Reva Robinson does. She provides endless inspiration for her designing daughter, Tory Burch, and has ever since Burch designed her first practical-chic caftan top. On Friday morning, in the garden of the Cooper Hewitt Museum, freshly set with lemon trees and peaceful despite the typical morning fray on Fifth Avenue, Burch again celebrated the casual style of her mother, and father Buddy, too, that so impressed her as a child growing up.
“My parents…were adventurers,” Burch wrote in her program, noting that every summer they took a streamer-ship cruise “from Italy and Greece to Morocco and Spain.” If that thought alone isn’t enough to trigger wistful thoughts of the summer just past (even if yours wasn’t so great), Burch’s clothes certainly reminded of the joys of vacation life.
Burch was taken by her parents’ “wanderlust.” Back when fashion had rules, one might have said that her lineup swung more resort than spring. But who cares? She addressed virtually every warm-weather wardrobe need with panache: tailored shirtdresses, safari shirt-and-trouser combos, trenchcoats; languid tent dresses; sporty knits. Boho dresses shed their sweetness in cotton stripes or

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Uber ‘on track’ for IPO in 2019, no plans to sell tech unit: CEO

Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said on Wednesday the ride-hailing company was on track to launch an initial public offering next year and had no plans to sell its self-driving car research arm.

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Gustav von Aschenbach Men’s Spring 2019

In its third season, Robert Geller’s Gustav von Aschenbach seems to be finally developing its own identity.
Although a younger and more fun offshoot of the designer’s main line, the collection still has Geller’s signature, with its traditional boxy silhouettes, washed cotton fabrics and saturated tones.
But G.V.A., as the line is now being called, has more of a streetwear edge. The use of logos, slogans and appliquéd photographs spoke to Geller’s love of Swiss graphic design and typography — as evidenced by the word Basel used on garments throughout.
“The G.V.A. kid is evolving into a young artist, who expresses himself through individualistic, self-confident clothes,” Geller said.
Some of this artistic expression shone through in a creative casting mix of models and New York street dancers that added a jolt of energy and fun to the show.
Among the highlights was an array of light outerwear, from trenchcoats and cropped field jackets to utility varsities. Embellished with the graphic details, these became one-of-a-kind pieces.
Geller’s ability to create a younger alter-ego allows him to channel trendier and more of-the-now pieces. But coupled with his more romantic and mature Robert Geller collection, these two sides of his personality seem perfectly aligned.

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Nick Graham Men’s Spring 2019

Nick Graham’s space odyssey continued for spring with a collection titled “1969.” He called it “one of the most transformational years in our history, a year that had both the first landing on the moon by Apollo 11 and also Woodstock, both of which were pretty transformative events in our culture.”
A rocket-shaped 1959 Cadillac Cyclone concept car — the only one made and dispatched from the company’s archives in Detroit — was parked on the runway and served as the perfect backdrop for the zesty show.
It opened with a troupe of boys dancing in “Martian in Training” T-shirts, followed by a parade of traditional sartorial clothing that was super fitted to the body with cropped blazers and tapered pants. Metallic bomber jackets with NASA logos set the tone for an array of intergalactic references that included alien faces printed on shirts and atomic symbols on the breast pockets of suit jackets.
In addition to the suits— which were offered in colorful, shiny solids and exaggerated men’s wear classic patterns — Graham introduced a lot more casualwear, including logo hoodies and sweat pants.
Although Graham’s obsession with space travel is nothing new, it continues to provide a fun story line and an uplifting

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Nihl Men’s Spring 2019

In his New York show, Neil Grotzinger of Nihl, the LVMH Prize finalist, broke traditional rules of masculinity with a collection that centered around bending the rules of those in authority.
He took police officers, football players and Wall Street brokers and turned their wardrobes on their head by “exploring the qualities of borderline ephemerality and downright queerness,” according to the liner notes.

A clear example was a pair of football pants made from fine white silk he paired with a handmade chain mail tank top. An authentic crinkled painter’s tarp — black on one side, green on the other with drawstrings included — was reinterpreted as pants and a top.

Grotzinger’s use of elaborate embroidery techniques appeared as embellishments on several pieces, including the sleeves of sheer tops and a sliced-open basketball short.

The use of revealing cutouts and jock straps throughout the collection added a level of eroticism while enhancing the masculinity of the offering.

“The concepts of masculinity can be very restrictive and I like to break the conformity of that,” Grotzinger said.

In this debut, Grotzinger gained a lot of attention by breaking the rules — in the right way.

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What you need to know about MLB’s 2019 schedule

If you’re sick and tired of 2018 — or if you’re just a Mets fan — you can now start planning ahead to 2019! Next year’s MLB schedule has been released and here are some of the highlights: Back to Japan: The Mariners and A’s open up in Japan on March 20-21, the first regular-season games played in Tokyo since the Mariners and A’s in 2012. Oh, you heard this first: This is going to be a rematch of the American League Championship Series. That’s right, the A’s are going to win the AL West and the Mariners are going to surge past the Astros for the wild card. The Mariners will beat the Yankees in the wild-card game as James Paxton and Edwin Diaz combine for a no-hitter and then stun the Red Sox in the division series. Meanwhile, the A’s sweep the Indians in their division series. Who wins the ALCS? I’m not telling. Opening Day: The traditional Opening Day is Thursday, March 28 — another early start necessitated by the…
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Yankees open 2019 season in the Bronx against the Orioles, Mets start with two-city road trip

The MLB released its official 2019 schedule on Wednesday, with the Yankees opening their season at home in 2019 against the Baltimore Orioles on March 28. The Mets open the same day and begin the season with a two-city road trip in Washington D.C. and Miami.

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Jahnkoy Men’s Spring 2019

Maria Jahnkoy, whose real name is Maria Kazakova, is Siberian and studied at Central Saint Martins and Parsons, has received a lot of support from the industry with her brand narrative, which is centered on preserving traditional craftsmanship and reworking it for a new generation.
She was shortlisted for the 2017 LVMH Prize and has found fans in consultant Julie Gilhart and Bruce Pask, the men’s fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. Kazakova also has the support of Puma, Swarovski and the CFDA’s Elaine Gold Launch Pad program.
Her goal has always been to connect larger companies with local artisans, but with the extra help she’s been able to expand on that and bring more makers from Brooklyn and India into the mix. The show, which was more like a theatrical art project, was a collective effort as well. Titled “Deceived: No More,” the performance explored how the fashion industry impacts cultural identity. The presentation, which was choreographed by Nathan Trice, was broken up into three parts: chaos, unification and order. Much like her previous presentations, she made the runway mimic a chaotic city street that was dotted with orange cones and caution signs — one read “Separation is No

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N. Hoolywood Men’s Spring 2019

This season, the N. Hoolywood designer Daisuke Obana delivered a lineup inspired by Native American artist T.C. Cannon, whose work he discovered during a recent trip to Arizona.
“The lines and the bold colors in the artist’s paintings were what drew me to them,” he said backstage, pointing to an array of blanket-like pieces, often paired with matching oversize shorts. This graphic inspiration was seen in everything from cropped bomber jackets and knitwear with fringe across the chest to oversize pants.
An added surprise was Obana’s collaboration with sportswear brand Umbro. It spanned logo T-shirts, long-sleeved soccer jerseys and elongated coats adorned with oversize Umbro logos done up in bright colors with vertical lines that tied back to Cannon’s paintings.
With their mix of deconstruction and surprising proportions, Obana’s Japanese silhouettes seamlessly blended the worlds of artisanal and active sport.

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Abasi Rosborough Men’s Spring 2019

In their sophomore showing during New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Abdul Abasi and Greg Rosborough explored a desert phantom theme that referenced a variety of vanishing cultures and tribes.
The design duo paraded a diverse range, from kimono-inspired jackets and coats and fitted cargo pants to Navajo-printed parkas. The color palette included deep burgundies and burnt orange that brought an Eastern sensibility to the forefront, while a flowing white section telegraphed the desert inspiration. “We even looked at ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’” Rosborough noted.
A wrinkled cotton hybrid poncho with matching head scarf and an ethereal topcoat in the same fabric also drove the desert theme home. Likewise, a Tencel linen that was frayed to look old — employed for bomber jackets and coats — reinforced that worn-in traveler vibe.
With this effort, Abasi Rosborough continues to make its mark in men’s fashion. “We’ve seen an exodus of big designers this week, but we look at it as an opportunity for new designers to step forward,” Rosborough said.

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US military parade originally scheduled for November is delayed to 2019, Pentagon says

The military parade President Trump requested for November has been pushed back to 2019, the Pentagon announced Thursday.
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Head of State Men’s Spring 2019

For his first runway show, Nigerian-born designer Taofeek Abijako, took inspiration from Afrofuturism and paraded a lineup with a distinct Seventies feel. 
Cue an array of high-waisted cropped and flared pants, fitted sweatshirts and message T-shirts.
The standouts were the flared pants, worn with matching boots, which gave it a New York Seventies vibe. 
Head of State is now part of Groupe, a distribution umbrella formed by James and Gwendolyn Jurney of Seize sur Vingt, which manages and nurtures independent designers and brands. Abijako was the first brand chosen, allowing him to focus strictly on creating the collection while Groupe provides the funding for samples and production.     

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Disney will launch streaming service in late 2019

Even Disney is going online.

The Mickey Mouse company plans to have its streaming service up and running by the end of 2019, CEO Bob Iger said Tuesday.

“Our first priority is going to be reaching our core Disney fan,” he said on an earnings call. “We want to walk before we run when it comes to…

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Xiaomi eyes expansion into the U.S. in 2019


Chinese tech company Xiaomi, who makes the Mi line of smartphones, is looking to break into the U.S. market. According to the company’s senior vice president, Wang Xiang, it’s looking at next year as a starting point.

“Next year we hope we can do something there,” Wang told Reuters, calling the U.S. market “very attractive.” 

But, for the Chinese smartphone maker, selling its phones in the U.S.A. is going to be a challenge.

A chief rival of Xiaomi, Huawei, had big plans for expansion into the U.S. market too. Huawei was aiming to begin a big push into America, complete with carrier announcements, at CES 2018. But but just before the show AT&T reportedly pulled out of the deal after people in the Trump administration made clear their opposition to Chinese tech companies strengthening their presence in the U.S. market. Read more…

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Experts warn trade battle with China could last into 2019

Team Trump and China slapped tit-for-tat tariffs on $ 34 billion worth of US and Chinese imports on Friday, with Beijing accusing Washington of triggering the “largest-scale trade war” as the world’s two biggest economies escalated their battle. Hours before Washington’s deadline for the tariffs to take effect, President Trump upped the ante on its largest…
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Oscar Health doubles down on Obamacare exchanges for 2019

Oscar Health isn't pulling back from the Obamacare individual market. In fact, for the fourth straight year, the health insurer plans to expand coverage.
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Microsoft to Launch Second-Gen Hololens AR Headset in Early 2019 (Report)

Microsoft is getting ready to launch the next version of its Hololens augmented reality (AR) headset in early 2019, according to Engadget. The tech blog reported Friday that Microsoft is using Qualcomm’s new XR 1 chip to power the device. A Microsoft spokesperson declined to comment. Microsoft released the first version of Hololens in early […]



‘Godzilla’ Sequel Moves to Summer 2019; Here’s Everything We Know

'Godzilla' Sequel Moves to Summer 2019; Here's Everything We Know

Five years after the Gareth Edwards-helmed reboot of Godzilla, the sequel will finally arrive in theaters, just slightly later than we originally expected. Warner Bros. has changed the release date for Godzilla 2 (tentatively known as Godzilla: King of the Monsters) from March 22, 2019 to May 31, 2019. Normally, a delay would seem to be a problem. But this one is just two months, and the move is to a prime "summer" weekend, meaning the studio considers it worthy of…

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Inside Nashville’s bid to land 2019 draft: Make it a party

The NFL wants draft weekend to take on the personality of the host city, and Nashville can’t wait to show off its honky-tonks, sports bars and more. – NFL
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Karl Lagerfeld Made Nautical Fashion for the Street (Style) at Chanel’s Cruise 2019 Show

In lieu of an exotic destination, Chanel staged its Cruise 2019 runway show right at home in Paris’s Grand Palais. But Karl Lagerfeld and his team managed to make it feel like more of a voyage, erecting a literal cruise ship as the backdrop (and party venue) for the runway. And what do you get …

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