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Emma Roberts Teases Versace Look That She Can’t Talk About – Footwear News

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Emma Roberts gave her Instagram fans a sneak peak of a classic Versace look, but she won’t reveal what it’s for until January.

Wearing the Versace roseprint safety pin dress, which features a multi-color allover rose print in blue, fuchsia and lime green hues, Roberts clutched a small black Versace purse at her side. The long-sleeved minidress is designed with a round neck and belted waist with gathered detailing. The Versace dress retails for $1,820 on Farfetch.com.

For footwear, the “Scream Queens” actress wore a pair of classy black pumps that appeared to be similar in style to Versace’s safety pin slingback pumps.


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Versace Safety Pin Slingback Pumps

CREDIT: Courtesy of Modes

To Buy: Versace Safety Pin Slingback Pumps, $574

The heels, which are made with patent leather feature a crystal medusa head safety pin and a pointed toe. On sale now at Modes for $574, the pumps have an adjustable slingback strap and are designed with a leather lining and sole.

“This @versace look coming in #january but not allowed to say for what yet…
💙🧷❤️🌸” she captioned her post.

Just this summer Roberts announced that she and her longtime boyfriend Garrett Hedlund are pregnant with their first child. For the pregnancy announcement, Roberts wore white off-the-shoulder puff sleeve dress from the Sleeper’s Summer Collection.

The 29-year-old mom-to-be has had a busy summer promoting her upcoming Netflix film “Holidate,” which releases Oct. 28. For press day, Roberts wore another puff-sleeved number, this time in a pink polka-dotted dress from Batsheva paired with towering Miu Miu platform heels.


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U.K.’s ITV to Restructure Amid Rise of Streaming

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“The restructure will drive improvements in efficiency and reduce cost,” with the TV giant also looking at its London real estate.

U.K. TV giant ITV said on Monday that it plans to restructure its broadcast business “to better reflect and serve changing viewing habits” amid the rise of streaming.

ITV said it would create a new media and entertainment division with two new business units – broadcast and on-demand.

ITV said both divisions will “be supported by leaner central support services,” a sign of  job cuts. “The restructure will drive improvements in efficiency and reduce cost.” ITV didn’t give details for the expected number of job cuts and savings, but said the process of restructuring “has now started and will be fully complete by the end of March 2021.”

ITV also plans to reduce its London office space over the coming years “to reflect the changing needs of the business in the context of its digital transformation and the move towards more flexible working as well as taking cost out of the business.” No decision about exactly what this means for ITV’s current London offices has been made.

The new broadcast division will continue to focus on ITV’s mass reach TV business, including the flagship ITV channel.

The on-demand business unit will be “the focus of digital product development and growth for ITV,” it added. “It will grow ITV’s online offering by providing new content that appeals to audiences who already do most or all of their viewing on demand and will serve it to them in whatever way they want to access it.” This unit will include on-demand service Hub, Hub+ (the advertising-free version of the Hub) and subscription VOD service BritBox.

Kevin Lygo, currently ITV’s director of television, will become managing director of the media and entertainment unit and continue to run the broadcast business unit. Rufus Radcliffe, currently ITV’s chief marketing officer, will head up the on-demand unit.

Said ITV CEO Carolyn McCall: “Our new media and entertainment division will enable ITV to continue to deliver mass, live audiences while investing in the future to create the sort of content and viewing experience that younger, and other harder to reach viewers want. ITV will continue to broadcast shows which entertain millions of viewers. Most are watched live and that fact together with the scale of these audiences will continue to offer unrivaled opportunities for brands to reach consumers.”

She added: “Linear channels will be around and be profitable for many years but we also need an on-demand business, which will increasingly be the focus of our new investments in content and technology and which will be our growth engine attracting younger and more targeted audiences to ITV.”

 


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Billie Eilish’s Green Nike Air Uptempo Sneakers

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Billie Eilish has a serious issue to take up with the internet and her fellow sneakerheads: what color are the Nike Air Uptempo sneakers? Billie gave us all a sneak peek into her shoe closet (spoiler: this place is sneaker central), trying to convince everyone that the Uptempos are mint green and an off-white, though it seems some people feel the off-white shade has a pinkish tone.

“So I’ve come to the conclusion that you guys just don’t know your sneakers at all. Because the people that agree with me — because they know what the f*ck the shoe looks like — are all people that are sneakerheads that know what the f*cking Uptempo Mid Green shoes look like,” Billie said, clearly stressed over the issue, though she does acknowledge that there are bigger problems going on in the world, and we agree with her there.

Suffice it to say, as fellow fashion people, we totally feel Eilish’s frustration, and girl, we’ve been there. We have to hand it to Billie: most descriptions of the Uptempos that she owns do not describe the outer leather as pink whatsoever. So yes, Billie, you can have this one!

Unfortunately, if you’re now eyeing the trainers as we are, they’re sold out in most places, but available for resale on sites like Vestiaire Collective and Poshmark. Read ahead for another glimpse at Billie’s comparison shots, then pick up her shoes, which we’re sure she’ll wear on some virtual red carpet or for a performance soon. Clearly, they deserve the spotlight just as much as Billie does.


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Shop Prada, TNF & More at 80% Discount in The Macy’s Sale

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Founded in 1858, Macy’s has been doing its thing for more than 150 years. Over this time it has perfected the physical location — all 546 of them, as of 2015 — and the online offering is growing by the day. With a catalog spanning from Nike and adidas’ classic sportswear right the way through to luxury Italian fashion from Prada Linea Rossa, you can shop for all occasions, and with the Lowest Price of the Season Sale on now, it’s the perfect time.

It can be daunting to see that a sale has a four-figure item count, but Highsnobiety curators dived in anyway to see what was on offer. From Barbour to Ray-Ban, this selection is proof that a quick search can reap a ripe reward.

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What: Up to 80 percent discount, plus $20 off select purchases over $50
When: Until 25 October
Code: Click here to shop the sale, and enter code ‘LPOS50’ at checkout for $20 discount

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