Mark Lee - Luxury department store Barney's of New York celebrated 20 years of business in Los Angeles by unveiling renovations and opening a Freds at Barneys New York restaurant in Beverly Hills - Los AngeleBeverly Hillss, California, United States - Wednesday 15th October 2014
Jay Z has signed up to create a Christmas campaign called 'A New York Holiday' for luxury retailer Barneys.
Jay Z will collaborate with Barneys New York.
The hip-hop icon is getting involved with the luxury retailer's upcoming Christmas campaign, called 'A New York Holiday', for which he will team up with numerous designers including Balenciaga, Moncler, Lanvin and Proenza Schouler.
The 43-year-old star - real name, Shawn Carter - told WWD: ''With this project, Barneys New York and I were able to take the slickness, energy and innovation of New York City and translate that into quality, timeless pieces.''
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New York department store Barneys are dedicating their entire fifth floor to Gaga's Workshop, a Christmas department designed by Lady Gaga, from mid-November to January 2.
Lady GaGa is developing a range of limited edition gifts for Barneys.
The department store have teamed with the eccentric singer for a multifaceted seasonal campaign based around 'Gaga's Workshop' - a shopping experience which will see the fifth floor men's department transformed into a special area based on the star's idea of Santa's Workshop and filled with items created by Gaga and her friend Nicola Formichetti.
The space will be transformed by Brazilian-born installation artist Eli Sudbrack of Assume Vivid Astro Focus.
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As such, Gallipoli forms the perfect backdrop for an Australian film about the terrors of war and the endurance of bravery and self-sacrifice. Add to the mix two of Australia's greatest cinematic talents, Mel Gibson and director Peter Weir, and Gallipoli would seem halfway to greatness before it even gets started. Unfortunately halfway to greatness is mediocrity -- and that's as far as Gallipoli gets.
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A jury has ruled that the Frank Sinatra trademark was infringed by an unauthorised tribute show featuring an impersonator.
The show, which played briefly in American gambling cities Atlantic City in 2001 and Las Vegas in 2002, was called SINATRA: THE MAIN EVENT and was billed as an unauthorised biography of the celebrated singer, who died in 1998.
But lawyers for the Sinatra family argued that the words "unauthorised" were in such small print that the public would be confused. Sinatra had also used Sinatra: The Main Event as the title of a television programme and of audio and video recordings during his life.
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