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Are you pondering about your current office wear? Business attire is a formal dress code for most companies here in Southeast Asia and it denotes a professional style. But for most of us who've been working from home amid the pandemic, dressing in casual business wear has been the norm.
It's not about dressing in boring office outfit and muted dark colours, but updating your look with a statement piece for a more fun, chic getup.
You can easily add a colourful bag, jewellery pieces or even a bright blazer so as to not look too classic. The idea here is, everything is in the details.
Take a cue from Jeanette Aw, who's wearing a textured beige blazer over skorts.
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A selection of England, Spain and Italy's biggest clubs are reportedly set to announce plans for a breakaway European Super League, which were strongly condemned by UEFA and the three countries' football authorities.
Phil Neville tasted defeat in his first competitive match as Inter Miami manager as a double from former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez helped LA Galaxy snare a 3-2 Major League Soccer opening day victory.
With just a week until the 93rd Oscars ceremony on April 25, Disney is kicking the synergy machine into high gear in order to support the telecast on ABC. The challenge is steep: As Variety recently noted, ratings for all major awards telecasts this year have been down between 50% to 60%, making a similar […]
Groups of maskless people gathered in public areas around Amsterdam, including the Museumplein, on Sunday, April 18, before police arrived to disperse the crowds.Footage shared by Martin van Zeelt shows small groups outside the Johan Cruyff Arena and larger crowds partying at the Museumplein on Sunday.Demonstrators known as “coffee drinkers” have been organizing weekly gatherings at the Museumplein as a form of protest against the government’s COVID-19 restrictions, according to Het Parool.Police have regularly intervened, sometimes deploying water cannons and arresting participants, local media reported.Under the Dutch government’s COVID-19 guidelines, people are only allowed to go outside alone, with members of their own household, or with one other person who is not a member of their household. Credit: Martin van Zeelt via Storyful
MADRID (Reuters) -A heavily depleted Real Madrid side scraped a 0-0 draw at struggling Getafe on Sunday, falling three points behind leaders Atletico Madrid in the La Liga title race. Real beat Barcelona 2-1 last week and overcame Liverpool in midweek to reach the Champions League semi-finals but were crippled by the absence of nine players due to either injury, suspension or COVID-19 positives. Forward Mariano had an early goal ruled out for offside after a VAR review but Getafe had far more and far better opportunities, hitting the woodwork in the first half and being thwarted by two fine saves from Thibaut Courtois in the second.
A policy shift by China's government is ratcheting up pressure on automakers to hasten development of green vehicles or pay rivals such as Tesla Inc and Chinese startups for green credits. Regulators are putting more teeth on a system of tradable green car credits to wean the industry off a decade-long policy of subsidies which has helped create some of the biggest companies in the industry. The system gives automakers credits for selling electric or fuel-efficient vehicles that can offset penalties on their more carbon-intensive models.
Mauro Icardi dragged Paris Saint-Germain to within one point of Ligue 1 leaders Lille on Sunday with the last-gasp winner in a dramatic 3-2 victory over Saint-Etienne, as Monaco and Lyon also boosted their title hopes.
The SAG-AFTRA National Board extended the dues relief program for actors still struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as a Diversity Action Plan to combat bias and discrimination in the industry. The plan, which was discussed at a board meeting this weekend, includes the creation of diversity committees serving Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) and Latino members and implicit bias training for the guild’s national and local boards. It also introduced the adoption of a new membership rule — Rule 7 — which SAG-AFTRA describes as “explicitly prohibiting harassment and abuse, including sexual harassment, intimidation, and retaliation for the filing of complaints, and making violations subject to disciplinary action.” To enforce this new rule, the board is considering a motion to extend the statute of limitations on member disciplinary charges relating to sexual abuse from six months to 10 years. The new initiatives come after the guild held a summit called “Stop the Hate,” in which prejudice and abuse within film, television and broadcast media was discussed. Also Read: Los Angeles Times Owner Says 'US Better Wake Up' to Racism After Attacks on Asian Americans “Stop The Hate week has been all about taking action to support and protect our members from diverse communities, many of whom are under direct threat and facing violent attacks,” SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris said. “The action plan approved by our National Board today advances concrete actions to stem the tide of hate.” “Taking action to stop the hate starts with each of us,” SAG-AFTRA National Executive Director David White added. “But collective action aggregating the power of our individual members makes achieving real change truly possible.” Since the mass shooting in Atlanta on March 16 at three massage parlors that killed eight people, a new spotlight has been placed upon the surge of hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during the pandemic, as well as Asian stereotypes in the media. In an interview with CNN earlier this month, Los Angeles Times owner Patrick Soon-Shiong warned that the U.S. “better wake up” to the escalating attacks. “The unconscious bias and racism is pervasive. It is almost inherent, sadly, in the historic fabric of this country,” he said. “We have to recognize that, accept it and then break it.” Read original story SAG-AFTRA Extends Dues Relief, Announces Bias Training and Diversity Initiatives At TheWrap
Mickey Guyton will be there to represent as she co-hosts Sunday night’s Academy of Country Music Awards show — not least of all, represent her own long-deserving career reach the next level on the big stage, but also to front what she promises will be a more conscientiously diverse lineup than some viewers might expect. […]
Catlin finished with a round of seven-under-par 65 at Diamond Country Club, near Vienna, to tie for the top spot at 14-under alongside Kieffer, who survived a mid-round slump to card a 66. A splendid bunker shot helped Catlin save par and stay in the contest on the fourth extra hole before a bogey at the next was enough to claim victory, as Keiffer found water three times on his way to a quintuple-bogey. Ranked 124th, Catlin is projected to break into the top 80 for the first time in his career when the world rankings are updated on Monday.