• Ilaria D'Amico "hot bondage" a Sky Euro Show!

    Il bondage dress di Ilaria D'Amico

    Ilaria D'Amico, bondage prom dresses 2016 da paura!La conduttrice di Sky Sport è ritornata sul piccolo schermo in occasione degli Europei di calcio con Sky Euro Show e non si lascia scappare l'occasione di dettare le tendenze nella tv italiana. Ilaria si è presentata con un vestito firmato Elisabetta Franchi color rosso porpora, impreziosito da una fascia blu a racchiudere il seno e una finestra di tulle nero. Una scelta che rimanda al famoso bondage, la pratica sessuale che ricorre a corde, fasce o manette applicate sul corpo del partner per provocare piacere e dolore al tempo stesso. Il blu e il rosso sono i colori sociali della maglia dell'Islanda e della bandiera del paese nordico.

    Ilaria D'Amico ha indossato il bondage dress la stessa sera in cui Ilaria è l'Islanda ha eliminato l'Inghilterra agli ottavi di finale, qualificandosi per la prima volta nella storia del piccolo paese ai quarti di un europeo. Ecco spiegato il parallelismo. La D'Amico è apprezzata dal pubblico non solo per la competenza ma anche per la sua eleganza. Stavolta però il suo bondage prom dresses 2015 sembra far discutere i suoi fan."La D’Amico ha dimenticato di togliere le cinture di sicurezza", ha scritto con ironia un utente su twitter. Noi però apprezziamo la scelta della D'Amico. Una conduttrice è libera di vestirsi come meglio crede. Il bigottismo da salotto lo lasciamo agli altri. Viva la D'amico e le sue scelte stilistiche.

  • Get Kim Murray’s floral Wimbledon look for less

    Kim looked incredible as she attended Wimbledon to cheer on husband Andy Murray, in a rose print Kate Spade prom dresses 2016 and carrying her trusty Aspinal tote

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    Kim looking good in a Kate Spade dress and carrying her trusty Aspinal of London tote

    She only gave birth four months ago, but new mum Kim Murray was on top form, as she arrived at the SW19 ground today.

    Arriving with daughter Sophia in a black Silver Cross pushchair Kim didn’t have a blow dried hair (which as we know, has it's own Twitter account ) out of place.

    Kim stood out in a pretty floral print shirt dress by one of her favourite labels Kate Spade, the same brand she wore for husband Andy Murray's semi-final match against Roger Federer , at Wimbledon last year.

    Kim accessorised her dress with a pair of Burberry wedges and a chic Aspinal of London midi Marylebone tote .

    We first spotted Kim carrying the tote throughout the tournament back in 2014.

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    Kim Sears at Wimbledon back in 2014 with her Aspinal midi Marylebone tote

    Now this is the third year running that Kim’s been photographed with the arm candy at the tournament, proving that the chic tote really is her favourite.

    Kim Sears the wife of Andy Murray watches on prior to during the Men's Singles first round match between Andy Murray of Great Britain Liam Broady.

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  • Walking Dead, Brooklyn Style: Zombie Pub Crawl Celebrates 10th Year

    A horde of zombies spilled out of a bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on Sunday afternoon and lurched down the street, swarming expensive cars, snarling at passers-by and ambling through McCarren Park, where they briefly paused for a photo op and a quick chant:“What do we want? Brains! When do we want them? Now!”This was the Zombie Crawl, an annual tradition in its 10th year that unites special-effects artists, punks and zombie enthusiasts for an evening of reveling and undead cosplay fueled by cans of cheap beer and buckets (and water guns) of fake blood.“I’m literally prom dresses 2016 like this half the year,” said Doug Sakmann, a special-effects artist and actor who organizes the event, as he stood on the sidewalk outside a bar in a blood-splattered tank top.

    A swollen red gash made of silicone and latex was plastered across his right cheek.“This took about an hour,” he said. “It was a rush job.”Mr. Sakmann is an impresario of the undead night life, organizing zombie pub crawls and other events — some risqué, like a zombie-themed strip club — in New York and other cities several times a year.(Last fall, a competitive eater, Molly Schuyler, ate roughly six pounds of fried cow brains at a brain-eating contest he organizes on Coney Island, Brooklyn, he said.)“It’s a celebration of all things undead, bloody and special-effects-related,” Mr. Sakmann said.

    “We try to include all ages when we can, but mostly the events are edgy and only for the 21-and-over zombie crowd.”Sarah King and her boyfriend, Brandon Goulding, Brooklyn residents who moved from Newfoundland, Canada, two years ago, sat in the bar in zombie makeup and watched two zombified girls in Daisy Dukes and croptops writhe on a bench for a group of photographers. Nearby, makeup artists applied ghastly wounds and pallid skin tones to other zombies-in-waiting.Photo

    The Zombie Crawl in Brooklyn on Sunday brought out fake-blood-spattered New Yorkers. The event puts together special-effects artists, punks and zombie enthusiasts. CreditChristopher Lee for The New York TimesTo pass the time, Ms. King and Mr. Goulding discussed their strategies for surviving a zombie apocalypse. By their own admission, her odds seemed better than his.“Zombies are a scary thing, but if it ever happened in real life, I think I could personally deal with that,” Ms. King said. Her plan was to find a well-stocked shopping mall and shelter in place.

    “I think I’d be all right in a zombie apocalypse,” she said.Her boyfriend was less confident.“I’d try to hit up some of my friends who have rifles and then go to higher ground,” Mr. Goulding said, his girlfriend looking slightly shocked. “I would probably last two or three days.”This was the first zombie crawl for Mike Walker, 48, a director whose most recent film, “Call Sheet,” used special effects by Mr. Sakmann, and for his girlfriend, Susan Gomes, 48, who had traveled from Larchmont, N.Y., in a lacy dress and veil to be made up as a zombie bride.“I’m not a zombie person — I don’t know anything about the modern zombie — so this is a whole new thing for me,” she said before the march, her veil hanging delicately over eyes ringed with thick bands of deep purple.“Zombies are so popular now,” Mr. Walker said. “There are all different types.”“It seems like a lot of guys,” she replied. “This is a very male crowd — like, 80 percent.”Get the Morning Briefing by Email

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    The Torres brothers were two of them. David, a 30-year-old graphic designer, has been coming to the Zombie Crawl for five years. His brother, Victor, a 37-year-old doorman, is a 10-year veteran.Each year, they make their costumes more elaborate, they said. On Sunday, Victor was a “zombie dictator” in military regalia, and David wore a white suit splattered with blood, a chain saw resting on a nearby table next to his beer. Both wore masks that made their faces resemble bloody hamburger meat.“It’s fun meeting random people and socializing, getting ideas and pointers for my makeup,” David Torres said.

    “If I hadn’t been doing this for the last five years, I don’t know where I’d be.”They were among several people who said they liked the hit TV show “The Walking Dead” but preferred its old-school, black-and-white predecessors.“ ‘Night of the Living Dead’ is my favorite,” Victor Torres said of the 1968 classic. “It was cheesy, but it worked.”David Torres said he preferred “classic zombie flicks” to a lot of what the current zombie boom has produced. “I can’t always take them seriously because they don’t take the genre of the zombie apocalypse seriously,” he said. “Sometimes it’s a joke.”Some might ask why zombie enthusiasts have such love for the undead. Victor Torres had a theory.“With zombies, you can be creative and make a character, but you can still be yourself,” he said. “If we prom dresses 2015 up as werewolves, it would be too hot under all the fur. And let’s be honest, a werewolf crawl would just be weird.”