Executive Ensuite Room Single Occupancy from £60 per night This includes VAT. FREE breakfast, FREE Parking, FREE Internet FREE toiletries Restaurant and Bar Available see opening timesIf you wish to book with us direct Tel 01494 440095 or Book Online. http://www.cliftonlodgehotel.co.uk/enquiry-booking-form Clifton Lodge
Single Ensuite from £49.00 per night.This includes VAT. FREE breakfast, FREE Parking, FREE Internet FREE toiletries
Restaurant and Bar Available see opening times
If you wish to book with us direct Tel 01494 440095
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Ensuite Twin Bedded Room from £60 per night. This includes VAT. FREE breakfast, FREE Parking, FREE Internet FREE toiletriesRestaurant and Bar Available see opening timesIf you wish to book with us direct Tel 01494 440095 Book Online at.http://www.cliftonlodgehotel.co.uk/enquiry-booking-form
Ensuite Double Bedded Room from £65 per night Jan inclusive of VAT. FREE breakfast FREE parking FREE Internet FREE toiletriesRestaurant and Bar Available see opening times
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Lupita Nyong’o has a growing awards collection (including an Oscar), but she “never dreamed” she would be named People magazine’s Most Beautiful Person. The 12 Years a Slave star and Lancôme spokeswoman appears on this month’s cover with her trademark cropped hair, a sparkly necklace, and her perpetual smile. “I was happy for all the girls who would see me on [it] and feel a little more seen,” she told People. Growing up, her idea of beauty was “light skin and long, flowing, straight hair…Subconsciously you start to appreciate those things more than what you possess.” Now her natural beauty is not only celebrated but further enhanced by her innate elegance, humility, and originality. Nyong’o joins an impressive roster of past winners including Julia Roberts, Beyoncé, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, and Angelina Jolie.
It would seem that model-slash-singer is overtaking the age-old model-slash-actress label—particularly among Victoria’s Secret supermodels. First, Cara Delevingne proved she’s more than a few goofy faces when she sang “I Want Candy” for a Katie Grand x Hogan video. Then, Gisele Bündchen lent her talents to not one, but two H&M commercials, most recently covering Blondie’s “Heart of Glass.”. And today, Bobby Fox released a cover of Elvis Presley’s “You’re the Boss,” with Miranda Kerr (OK, she’s a former V.S. model, but still…) taking over Ann-Margret’s part. While the song lacks Elvis and Ann-Margret’s palpable chemistry, we have to hand it to Kerr: Her voice does sound supersweet (listen here, below). Turns out, she’s had a little practice. Back in 2012, she sang a tune for a (slightly bizarre) Japanese commercial for Lipton Iced Tea. Maybe The Voice should start filming a models-only segment?
Around midnight last night, guests gathered at The Top of The Standard for a private reception for Boy George, who had just wrapped a one-night-only performance at Irving Plaza. “It’s like the eighties in here,” Victoria Bartlett told us as she walked in. And perhaps it was the eighties all over again: A rare stateside visit from Boy George means that companions from the glory days of nightlife will come out of the woodwork. Sandra Long wore a signature white fur coat and feathered headpiece, and hosts Miss Guy and Erich Long greeted guests from their banquette near the front.
“I remember getting dressed up with my sisters as kids and dancing in front of the mirror to Boy George, pretending we were grown women!” Ladyfag told us, her thick eyeliner no doubt a tribute to “Karma Chameleon.” The evening drew in a range of Boy George fans young and old, including the likes of Peter Brant Jr., Julia Restoin Roitfeld, and Rachel Chandler. On the dance floor, husband-wife duo Catherine Martin and Baz Luhrmann danced up a storm until late into the night. You’re welcome in New York whenever you like, Boy George—it seems like your fan base has only grown.
More pseudo-news—sartorial and otherwise—unfolds as the Royals continue their Australian tour. Today, Kate Middleton joined the ranks of social butterflies-cum-music mavens like Chelsea Leyland, Hannah Bronfman, Harley Viera-Newton, and Mia Moretti after being taught how to DJ at an Australian youth center. Naturally, this all happened while she was donning a baby pink McQueen suit. Maybe The Misshapes will ring the Palace if they’re looking to turn their trendy trio into a titled quartet. Then again, maybe they won’t.
I’m looking for a colorful jacket to wear this spring. By now, I’m exhausted by my dark clothes—even my favorite black motorcycle jacket that I wear every day and night. I’m looking for a colorful leather topper that will remain a classic wardrobe staple for seasons to come. In my opinion, red is a neutral tone that you can wear all year long. And with that in mind, there’s no one in the industry who does the shade better than Valentino—the famous Valentino Red. Part of the Absolute Rouge Signature Collection, this motorcycle jacket can be customized with studs, any of the twenty-six letters of the alphabet, and/or eight symbols offered. So feel free to add stars, little hearts, your own initials, and so on. The same treatment can be given to a selection of rouge shoes, bags, and small leather goods. This is what I call taking personalization to the next level.
Valentino Red biker jacket, $6,690, available exclusively in Valentino stores or at valentino.com.