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‘Bayonetta 3’ development is “going fine” says series creator

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Bayonetta series creator Hideki Kamiya has shared assured fans that development on the highly anticipated Bayonetta 3 is moving forward despite the lack of updates in recent months.

In a recent interview with GameXplain, Kamiya and PlatinumGames head Atsushi Inaba spoke of the game’s development during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. When asked how the third entry was going, Kamiya kept his answer short, saying that “it’s going fine”, according to a translation from NintendoLife.

Check out the interview below.

When asked about how COVID-19 has affected PlatinumGames and the development of future projects, Inaba said that the studio is working remotely and adapting to the accompanying challenges. “We’re working from home, we’re trying to do what we can to get to kind of work with this new work style,” he said.

“It’s still very early and I think that how well we’re able to adapt is really going to show how we can, you know – not with just this situation – but with any other situation to pop up, as a company it’s a challenge for us.”

This update comes months after Kamiya’s confirmation in May that the game was still in development, despite fans’ suspicions that it had been cancelled, due to the lack of news following its announcement in 2017.

“I’m happy that there’s still anticipation for the title, but one thing I would like to address is the trend I’m seeing which is people who are starting to ask if the game has been cancelled,” Kamiya said in an interview with VGC. “I want you guys to take any concerns you have like that and throw them out the window immediately because we’re still hard at work on it and it hasn’t been cancelled by any means.”


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Kate Moss, 46, spends quality time with her lookalike daughter Lila, 18

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Kate Moss, 46, spends quality time with her lookalike daughter Lila, 18, as the pair go for a stroll following the teen’s recent runway debut

Her daughter recently stunned audiences across the world as she made her runway debut at Miu Mui’s Spring/Summer 2021 presentation during Paris Fashion Week.

And Kate Moss enjoyed some quality family time with her daughter Lila, 18, as they stepped out for a stroll in North London on Sunday.

The supermodel, 46, cut a casual figure on the outing, donning a black cardigan which she wore over a striped T-shirt, pairing it with black trousers.

Out and about: Kate Moss, 46, enjoyed some quality family time as she stepped out for a stroll with her daughter Lila, 18, in North London on Sunday

Out and about: Kate Moss, 46, enjoyed some quality family time as she stepped out for a stroll with her daughter Lila, 18, in North London on Sunday 

The fashion icon also sported a pair of burgundy boots while she wrapped up for the autumn weather in a light brown trench coat.

Letting her blonde tresses fall loose down her shoulders, Kate completed her look for the day with a pair of small earrings. 

Up and coming model Lila opted for a laid back look as she wore a white jumper along with a pair of navy tracksuit bottoms.

Styling her locks into a ponytail, the teen also wore wore white trainers and carried a black handbag.

Casual: Up and coming model Lila opted for a laid back look as she wore a white jumper along with a pair of navy tracksuit bottoms

Casual: Up and coming model Lila opted for a laid back look as she wore a white jumper along with a pair of navy tracksuit bottoms 

Joining them on the outing was a male friend who was seen sporting a black hoodie and matching baggy tracksuit bottoms.   

It comes after Lila recently made her runway debut where she appeared a natural fit for the catwalk as she strutted her stuff at Miu Miu’s virtual event.

Kate first hit the runway at the same age as her mini-me in 1992, after being scouted as a 14-year-old in 1988 at JFK Airport in New York.

The fashion icon first walked for Dolce & Gabbana in their spring show, in a blue brocade suit teamed with a matching wide-brimmed hat.

Pal: Joining them on the outing was a male friend who was seen sporting a black hoodie and matching baggy tracksuit bottoms

Pal: Joining them on the outing was a male friend who was seen sporting a black hoodie and matching baggy tracksuit bottoms 

The Vogue coverstar became a stalwart on the runway during the nineties and regularly appeared for big name designers including Prada, Tommy Hilfiger and Stella McCartney.

Fashionistas are reportedly suggesting that Kate is masterminding her daughter’s style and her fledgling career, according to the Mail On Sunday.

Industry sources reported that Kate’s priorities have shifted from her own career to launching her only daughter onto the fashion scene.

Lila is the principal client at the Kate Moss Agency, which also boasts singer Rita Ora and Game Of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie.

Debut: Lila recently stunned audiences across the world as she made her runway debut at Miu Mui's Spring/Summer 2021 presentation during Paris Fashion Week

Debut: Lila recently stunned audiences across the world as she made her runway debut at Miu Mui’s Spring/Summer 2021 presentation during Paris Fashion Week 

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Miley Cyrus Boldly Wears a 1970s-Style Snakeskin Dress & Heels on MTV – Footwear News

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Miley Cyrus made headlines this weekend for her must-see MTV special that included a mix of hit songs and stylish looks.

For one of the performances during her ‘Backyard Sessions,’ the “Midnight Sky” singer performed her cover of “Communication” by The Cardigans in a bold number. The outfit included a plunging, 1970s-style gold dress coated in a snakeskin texture with a metallic loop ring holding it all together.

On her feet, Cyrus then elevated the standout outfit with classic black thin-strap sandals set atop a towering stiletto heel.

Throughout the MTV special, the 27-year-old star continued to show off her standout style and impressive vocals. The looks ranged from glittering gowns layered over fishnet tights to leather trousers teamed with a semi-sheer blouse. As for performances, the singer covered both her own hits as well as songs from Britney Spears, Pearl Jam and even her own sister Noah Cyrus’s own track.

While Miley Cyrus herself is best known for her hit albums and box office films, she also dips her toes in the fashion and shoe space. The “Last Song” star made an appearance on the runway at the Marc Jacobs’ fall ’20 show and has also sat front row at shows for top labels such as Tom Ford and Saint Laurent. She also has worked with Converse on a series of pride-filled shoe collections.

The Converse collaborator has been vegan for years, and she embraces wardrobe pieces that are cruelty-free. In fact, at last year’s Met Gala she teamed a Saint Laurent minidress with a custom vegan leather version of the brand’s Paige platform sandals. Her other go-to designers for fashion and apparel include Versace, Alexandre Vauthier and Azalea Wang amongst others.

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London Jewelers to keep HQ on LI, add eight jobs with IDA tax breaks

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High-end retailer London Jewelers will keep its headquarters on Long Island despite receiving less in tax breaks than it asked for, officials said.

The family-owned seller of fine jewelry and watches plans to purchase a 14,000-square-foot building in Glen Head to consolidate back-office operations now spread over three buildings in downtown Glen Cove.

London secured tax breaks for the $2.7 million project last month from the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency. However, the property-tax reduction will be over 20 years, five years less than the retailer requested in June.

The property tax rate on the Glen Head office will rise 2% in each of the first nine years, followed by a three-year freeze and 2% increases in each subsequent year, according to the deal approved unanimously by the IDA board.

The 119 Glen Cove Dr. building already receives tax breaks under a 2013 IDA deal for Long Island Industrial Management LLC, which is now selling the building to London. Long Island Industrial has been saving about $77,000 per year on a total property-tax bill of $93,107, records show.

London also secured a sales-tax exemption of up to $56,054 on the purchase of furniture, equipment and fixtures, plus up to $9,720 off the mortgage recording tax.

London’s real estate attorney Daniel P. Deegan said the company looked at moving the headquarters outside Nassau because it has stores across Long Island and in Manhattan and New Jersey.

“This is a back-office operation that could really be located any place…But the commitment to Long Island and Nassau County is strong with this company and with the IDA’s assistance we’d like to keep them here,” he told IDA board members before they voted on the tax incentives.

In return, London will add eight people to its office and administrative staff of 46 within three years. Records show the employees earn, on average, $91,000 per year.

The headquarters supports nine retail stores in the metropolitan area, including six on the Island that employ about 200 people. The company began in 1926 as a small shop on Glen Cove’s School Street with founder Charles London selling and repairing clocks and watches.

CEO Mark Udell said the IDA aid will help the retailer to remain “viable in a region that we have called home for nearly a century.” He and wife Candy are third-generation owners of the business.

“Our plans for the new office will help us improve the quality of our services and keep our company local,” Mark Udell said.

IDA chairman Richard Kessel, citing the recession brought on by the coronavirus, said, “at a time when unemployment numbers are as high as they are — any project that not only retains jobs but adds jobs must be taken into consideration.”

LONDON JEWELERS AT A GLANCE

What they do: sell fine jewelry and watches

Number of stores: nine in the metropolitan area, including six on Long Island with the flagship at the Americana shopping center in Manhasset

LI employment: about 250 people

History: Started by Charles London in 1926 in Glen Cove to repair clocks and watches

SOURCE: London Jewelers

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