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The British Fashion Awards 2015

Stephen Jones - The British Fashion Awards 2015 - Arrivals at The British Fashion Awards - London, United Kingdom - Monday 23rd November 2015

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Stephen Jones
Stephen Jones

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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Stephen Jones
Stephen Jones

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
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
Pam Hogg and Stephen Jones

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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