An influencer has claimed she isn’t trying to look like Kim Kardashian – but the resemblance is uncanny. Chaly D.N. is a lifestyle blogger based in London with 1.2million Instagram followers who says she’s regularly stopped in the street due to her similarities to the reality star. “People tell me I look like Kim Kardashian every single minute, every time they see me on the street, or at a party, everyone thinks I look like Kim,” she previously told Truly . READ MORE: Teen gets extreme plastic surgery to look like real-life doll – including two boob jobs “I realised that I look like her the moment I saw her picture and started following her on Instagram. I was like 'Oh my God, that's me. That actually looks like me. Is that me?'" Her wardrobe is filled with designer goods like Givenchy and Tom Ford and sources the same designer products as Kim – including a £30,000 Rolex watch and a £4,000 designer dress once worn by Kim. She even owns the same £7,000 Givenchy fur … [Read more...] about ‘I’ve spent £1.1million keeping up with Kim Kardashian – fans say I look just like her’
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Woman pays for skydiving pictures before realising she had wardrobe malfunction
A woman was left mortified as she suffered a wardrobe malfunction while skydiving. The brunette, known as 'Keep' on TikTok , decided to purchase a souvenir from her thrilling trip. Instead of looking elegant and "cool" while free falling, the adventurer didn't quite get the result she was hoping for. READ MORE: 'My stretch marks inspire young girls – their dads love showing them my pics' She took to TikTok to reveal the photo that has now been compared to an "exorcism." "I did myself so dirty," the holiday-goer admitted in the clip that racked up a huge 4.6million views. Keep clenched her fist to her mouth as she looked into the distance, while explaining: "Me buying the the photos from skydiving for cool shots." At the end of the six second clip, the thrill seeker exposed the mortifying skydiving picture. Keep's beige top clung to her body making it appear she was topless. As well as her unfortunate wardrobe malfunction, her mouth was wide open as she fell … [Read more...] about Woman pays for skydiving pictures before realising she had wardrobe malfunction
Trump’s potential indictment caps decades of legal scrutiny
By JILL COLVIN (Associated Press) NEW YORK (AP) — For 40 years, former President Donald Trump has navigated countless legal investigations without ever facing criminal charges. That record may soon come to an end. Trump could be indicted by a Manhattan grand jury as soon as this week, potentially charged with falsifying business records connected to hush money payments during his 2016 campaign to women who accused him of sexual encounters. It’s one of several investigations that have intensified as Trump mounts his third presidential run. He has denied any allegations of wrongdoing and accuses prosecutors of engaging in a politically motivated “witch hunt” to damage his campaign. An indictment in New York would mark an extraordinary turn in American history, making Trump the first former president to face a criminal charge. And it would carry tremendous weight for Trump himself, threatening his long-established ability to avoid consequences despite entanglement in a … [Read more...] about Trump’s potential indictment caps decades of legal scrutiny
In Hong Kong, a New Exhibit Creates a ‘Space for People to Feel’
HONG KONG — Michele Chu has always been interested in exploring the intimacy between strangers. She has built art installations with fabric barriers and designed social experiments eliciting public participation, and intended to base her upcoming exhibition at the contemporary gallery PHD Group — her debut solo show — on the cleansing rituals at a bathhouse. But the work became more raw and personal when, a few months ago, her mother applied to receive euthanasia after a protracted battle with cancer. The exhibit, “ You, Trickling ,” is about anticipating the loss of a maternal figure. It also explores how rituals and a renewed connection with one’s own body might facilitate healing. Ms. Chu brings the hot air, mist and steam reminiscent of an onsen, a Japanese communal bathhouse, into the sprawling 3,000-square-foot gallery space of PHD Group, which she divides with fabric into womblike chambers and tunnels. “On a city-level, there is an undercurrent of loss everywhere,” she … [Read more...] about In Hong Kong, a New Exhibit Creates a ‘Space for People to Feel’
Hong Kong’s New Kids on the Block
HONG KONG — The art scene here was largely closed off to the world for three years, but the city’s self-imposed pandemic isolation has been an unexpected boon to the local art scene. There has been soul-searching, and freshness injected with the addition of some radical (for this city) young newcomers. At No. 3 Staunton Street in the city’s SoHo district, the roughly 1,300 square-foot ground floor was once used as a parking space for a Ferrari. Now it has a new purpose, as a gallery space for a new venture — the Young Soy Gallery . “Young Soy” is Cantonese slang for ugly, and the “ugly” gallery is determined to shake up the conservative local art scene. The gallery’s strong mission statement, or manifesto , is to be inclusive, unconventional in their approach, and to cultivate artists with potential to claim a position in art history. They see the artists whose work they show as “philosophers, educators, rebels, visionaries, perhaps even degenerates.” As Hong Kong continues … [Read more...] about Hong Kong’s New Kids on the Block
What is Janet Yellen’s net worth?
JANET Yellen succeeded Steven Mnuchin to become the 78th US Secretary of the Treasury. She was elected to the position by Joe Biden and became the first woman to assume the title. What is Janet Yellen's net worth? According to Celebrity Net Worth , Janet Yellen accumulated an estimated fortune of $16million. Her net worth is attributed to her decades-long career as an economist. As the Secretary of the Treasury, Yellen's annual salary is reported to be an estimated $219,200. Another source of Yellen's wealth stems from her job as the former Chair of the Federal Reserve System. She held the position from 2014 to 2018 and was succeeded by Jerome Powell. Yellen and her husband, Nobel Prize-winning economist George Akerlof , control assets between $8 and $20million Between 2018 and 2020, she reportedly earned $7million from roughly 50 speaking engagements. She also owns a number of homes in the Washington DC area and the properties are believed to be worth … [Read more...] about What is Janet Yellen’s net worth?
How Colorado banks compare to the financial institutions that just failed
The government takeover of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank has bank customers large and small on edge. And while the banks failed for different reasons, the combination of a rapid rise in interest rates and high levels of uninsured deposits has also put stress on banks in Colorado and everywhere else. “The recent bank closures in California and New York appear to be outliers and not reflective of the norm for banks across the United States and Colorado. The California bank had significant concentrations of tech and venture capital clients while the N.Y. bank had a significant concentration of cryptocurrency clients,” the Colorado Bankers Association said last week in a statement. A research paper by finance professors Erica Jiang, Gregor Matvos, Tomasz Piskorski and Amit Seru, however, estimates that the nation’s banks are sitting on $2 trillion in unrealized losses in their investment portfolios because of higher interest rates and that 186 more banks could fail if they … [Read more...] about How Colorado banks compare to the financial institutions that just failed
25 hurt and 15 rushed to hospital after billionaire Microsoft founder’s ship blows over
The boat is leaning dangerously at an angle (Image: Matt Copeland/Twitter) SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info A total of 25 people were injured when a ship tipped over in a dry dock in Leith, Edinburgh, on Wednesday morning and 15 are in hospital, the Scottish Ambulance Service has confirmed. The huge boat was reportedly carrying 50 people when the ship toppled. Related articles Scotland’s prettiest staycation destination is ‘gorgeous’ 'Extreme concern' for man missing after camping on the shores of loch A rescue operation has been launched at the Imperial Dock area in Leith. The ship, a research vessel named RV Petrel, is owned by the estate of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. The Sun … [Read more...] about 25 hurt and 15 rushed to hospital after billionaire Microsoft founder’s ship blows over
John Denver’s all-denim ski suit is back — and so are many Colorado museums
Rather by surprise, History Colorado found itself at the center of protests against police violence and racism after Memorial Day, given its flagship museum’s location in downtown’s Civic Center Cultural Complex — just steps from the Denver Art Museum and the Colorado State Capitol. But the institution has embraced this moment in history , collecting artifacts of the protests even as dozens of volunteers worked to remove graffiti and trash from the exterior. Officials at the state’s flagship history museum are now hoping to redirect attention to what’s inside — in a socially distanced way, of course. History Colorado began unlocking its doors for in-person visits at eight museums across the state this week, including the Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center (open June 15) and Fort Vasquez (in Platteville, June 17). The Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House (in Denver), El Pueblo History Museum and Trinidad History Museum all open on June 19, while … [Read more...] about John Denver’s all-denim ski suit is back — and so are many Colorado museums
The future of going to a museum: As social distancing sticks around, how will we enjoy art and science?
By Linnea Covington , Special to The Denver Post Like so many institutions and businesses, Colorado’s 300-plus museums also face a vague and uncertain future when they reopen. However, like many individuals and businesses, these venues are finding new ways to connect in the now and plan for when things start up again. “For us one of the real discoveries of the stay-at-home orders has been the relative ease with which we can deliver a range of content to our audience’s home devices, and the audience’s willingness to participate in online programming,” said Dean Sobel, founding director of the Clyfford Still Museum . “This has included both new live programs but also, I think, very good content we created several years ago that we had considered ‘archived,’ but we now see as highly relevant in this new world.” Art, history, artifact and other museums of all sizes across the state have suffered, both from loss of ticket revenue and the money they make by hosting events and … [Read more...] about The future of going to a museum: As social distancing sticks around, how will we enjoy art and science?