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Royal Ascot 2015

Stephen Jones - Royal Ascot 2015 held at Ascot Racecourse - Day 3 - Ladies Day at Royal Ascot - Ascot, United Kingdom - Thursday 18th June 2015

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The True Cost UK film premiere

Stephen Jones - The True Cost UK film premiere held at the Curzon Bloomsbury - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 27th May 2015

Alexander McQueen Fashion Benefit Dinner

Stephen Jones and Pam Hogg - A host of fashionable stars were photographed as they attended the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Fashion Benefit Dinner in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 12th March 2015

Stephen Jones and Pam Hogg
Stephen Jones and Pam Hogg
Stephen Jones and Pam Hogg

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty gala dinner

Pam Hogg and Stephen Jones - A host of fashionable stars were photographed as they attended the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Fashion Benefit Dinner in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 12th March 2015

Pam Hogg and Stephen Jones
Pam Hogg and Stephen Jones
Pam Hogg and Stephen Jones

Prada presents the third chapter of The Iconoclasts project

Stephen Jones - Guests at the event dressed in Prada included: Jessie Ware, Joanna Vanderham, Mr Hudson, Corinne Bailey Rae, Florrie Arnold, Hikari Yokoyama, Daisy Lowe and Atlanta de Cadenet. at Prada Old Bond Street - London, England, United Kingdom - Friday 20th February 2015

Nim's Island Review


Grim
Movies aimed at preteen boys are a dime a dozen, particularly as we approach the summertime when superhero movies compete with science-fiction sequels and bawdy high school comedies for available multiplex screens.

Young girls, unfortunately, aren't so lucky. On the rare occasion that Hollywood does decide to throw teen girls a bone, they're spoon-fed skeletal garbage like the dreadful Nancy Drew or a doomed vehicle for Hilary Duff. Asking Kirsten Dunst to sharpen an edge for Mary Jane Watson in the Spider-Man movies doesn't count.

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Mystery Train Review


Weak
Another oddity odyssey courtesy of Jim Jarmusch, Mystery Train is actually his first color film and hardly his best work. Following a triptych of stories in a sleepy, run-down Memphis hotel (the train itself is considerably less important to the story), while the movie has a number of gigglish moments, on the whole it's a disappointment of squandered story ideas that plod on without much happening. Pretty typical of Jarmusch's characters' on-screen chattiness.
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