Beyonce’s Marie Claire Australia Cover Is Actually From Vogue Uk (photos)
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UK Government Announces Winners Of The GREAT Tech Awards
The one where she expertly sported a crop top and sequined skirt ? So do we. And so does Marie Claire Australia. The glossy chose the very same image for its November 2013 cover, mere months after the photo’s Vogue debut. For the Aussie take, Bey is slightly more zoomed out and it appears some handy Photoshop work has been done to adjust the color, but we couldn’t miss that Jonathan Saunders ensemble anywhere. Fashion magazines can be so sneaky sometimes. As we know, this type of cover sharing is common amongst international editions of magazines (remember this one ?). But something about this appropriation feels a bit… well, too obvious. After all, that Vogue UK cover was a pretty major score for Beyonce, especially on the heels of her American Vogue cover in March . See both magazines below and tell us if you think this photo was the right pick for a second go. Beyonce for Marie Claire Australia, November 2013: Beyonce for Vogue UK, May 2013: We can see why all the fashion glossies want her: Loading Slideshow September 1998 with her Destiny’s Child bandmates In March 1999, Destiny’s Child’s color-coordination was going strong September 1999 at the 5th Annual Soul Train “Lady of Soul” Awards Bey was so on-trend in 2000: waistband-less jeans and a bandana top Hanging with Sisqo at the MTV Movie Awards in June, 2000 September 2000 at the 6th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards Sparkly and skimpy at the Source Hip Hop Music Awards in August, 2000 Beyonce back in the Destiny’s Child Days at the 2002 Grammys (Getty) B rocked a shimmery bustier dress to the Billboard Awards back in 2003 (Getty) Loving her lingerie a little too much at the 2003 Essence Awards (WireImage) Beyonce the barbarian at the 2003 MTV Europe Music Awards (Getty) A strange print for a night on the red carpet back in 2003 (Getty) Beyonce looking like a hot, gold mess at the 2004 Grammys (Getty) Pretty in pink at the 2004 NRJ Music Awards (Getty) Beyonce’s the ultimate glamour girl, especially in this metallic romper from 2004 (Getty) Not the right silhouette for this famously curvy star, 2005 (WireImage) Beyonce does vixen velvet in this sultry black gown worn to the 2005 Oscars (Getty) Matching with her Destiny’s Child mates at the 2005 BET Awards (WireImage) Not so red carpet ready in this yellow frock from 2005 (FilmMagic) Beyonce donned this intricate gown to the 2006 MTV VMAs (FilmMagic) A sexy, sophisticated white gown worn to the 2007 Academy Awards (FilmMagic) Effortlessly gorgeous at the U.K. premiere of “Dreamgirls” in 2007 (WireImage) B wore this appropriately revealing ensemble to the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue event back in 2007 (Getty) Beyonce’s a stunner in this black, embellished dress from 2008 (FilmMagic) And at the 2008 Grammy after party thrown by Sony/BMG (WireImage) Beyonce’s ice blue gown from the 2008 Grammys (Getty) At the Kennedy Center Honors, 2008 (Getty) Beyonce looked fierce and fabulous at the 2009 BET Awards (WireImage) B donned this nude-colored gown to the 2010 Grammys (WireImage) Bold and beautiful at a benefit last year (WireImage) At a Lorraine Schwartz event in 2010 (Getty) A vision in Pucci at The Met Gala this past May (Getty) Beyonce performing at the 2011 Glastonbury Music Festival (Getty) On GMA this past July (Getty) Showing off her baby bump at the 2011 MTV VMAs (Getty) Performing in a sequined jacket at the 2011 VMAs (Getty) Stepping out in Paris in June 2012 (FameFlynet photo) At a Laker’s Game in February 2012 (Getty photo) Stepping Out In NYC in March 2012 (Pacific Coast News photo) At ‘Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations’ in May 2012 (Getty photo) Stepping Out In NYC in June 2012 (Pacific Coast News photo) Stepping Out In NYC in June 2012 (Pacific Coast News photo) At the 2012 BET Awards in July 2012 (Getty photo)
budget impasse drags on. For more on the factors affecting European stocks, please click on * The UK blue chip index closed up 11.54 points, or 0.2 percent, at 6,449.04 points on Thursday. * President Barack Obama met Republican and Democrat leaders in Congress but reiterated in a speech that he would not give in to Republican demands to roll back his healthcare programme in exchange for reopening the government. * The U.S. government shutdown has led to a delay in the closely-watched non-farm payrolls data, which is normally due for release on Friday. No major domestic economic data is due on Friday. * BARCLAYS : The British bank is expected to sell at least 300 million pounds ($487 million) of its shares in the market on Friday, as it finds a home for shares not taken by existing investors in a 6 billion pound fundraising. * UK CORPORATE DIARY: TATE & LYLE issues a trading update. JOHN WOOD GROUP issues a trading update. TODAY’S UK PAPERS > Financial Times > Other business headlines Multimedia versions of Reuters Top News are now available for: * 3000 Xtra : visit* BridgeStation: view story .134(Reporting by Tricia Wright; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta)
“The technology sector is of utmost importance to the UK, and is bolstered by our commitment to innovation, entrepreneurialism, and a dynamic business climate,” said HRH The Duke of York, whose official work includes supporting the economic success of the UK. “The GREAT Tech Awards offer an unparalleled opportunity for the winners to use the UK as their next step towards international expansion and success. I wish the winners the best of luck on their exciting new journey across the Atlantic.” The US award winners were handpicked by a panel of judges representing the finest industry leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs. The winners are: Media: ADstruc The Advisors’ Choice Award, awarded to Blippar , recognizes a British technology company that has successfully established a New York office. Sponsors of the competition include Virgin Atlantic Airways, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), TaylorWessing, BritishAmerican Business (BAB), and Blick Rothenberg. “We are thrilled to announce the winners of The GREAT Tech Awards tonight, which represent the best of the UK-US tech industry,” said Danny Lopez, British Consul-General to New York. “We have seen exponential growth in tech clusters in both UK and US cities in recent years, and it’s no coincidence. Winners will embark on a journey of international expansion in the best country in Europe to grow a business, and these bespoke development packages will provide a helpful boost for these companies to succeed.” The five category winners receive a customized package that includes: a premium economy round-trip airplane ticket provided by Virgin Atlantic Airlines departing from JFK on October 14, and returning from LHR on October 19, 2013; a meeting with a senior representative at the UK Prime Minister’s Office, No. 10 Downing Street; over $4,000 worth of legal services courtesy of TaylorWessing; $3,000 worth of accountancy/business advisory services provided by Blick Rothenberg LLP; a two-day customized business development program in London (15-16 October); three classes at General Assembly in London; one entry pass to London’s Wired 2013 Conference (17-18 October 2013); an introductory meeting with a major British brand to be selected by a sponsor; a tour of co-working and shared office spaces in London; a free annual corporate membership with BAB in either London or New York’s chapters; a complimentary Gold Ticket Registration to the BAB Christmas Luncheon (in either London or New York); inclusion in a feature on the winners in BAB New York’s Network magazine. The Advisors’ Choice winner’s prize package includes: a business reception hosted by the British Consul-General New York at the British Residence; a free annual corporate membership with BAB in either London or New York’s chapters; three classes at General Assembly in London; a complimentary Gold Ticket Registration to the BAB Christmas Luncheon (in either London or New York); inclusion in a feature on the winners in BAB New York’s Network magazine. Judges include: Ben Lerer, CEO/Co-founder of Thrillist Media Group and partner at Lerer Ventures; David Karp, CEO/Founder of Tumblr; John Borthwick, CEO/Co-founder of Betaworks; Margaret Dohnalek, Global Head of Technology Scouting, PepsiCo; Simon Bradley, Vice President Marketing, North America, Virgin Atlantic Airlines. The Advisory Board consists of: Elizabeth Gould, Senior Producer at Bloomberg Media; Paul Murphy, Senior Vice President at Betaworks; Shivon Zilis, VC at Bloomberg Beta; Tarek Pertew, CEO/Founder of Wakefield Media and Uncubed; Ziv Navoth, CEO/Co-founder of Paragraph and Tech City Investment Organisation Advisor. Editor’s Note: “Technology is GREAT” is part of the wider GREAT Campaign , which promotes the UK around the world as a great place in which to visit, invest and study. For more updates on The GREAT Tech Awards, follow @UKTItechNY and @UKinNewYork #GREATtech SOURCE British Consulate-General, New York New York Washington (AFP) – Republicans launched a furious counter-attack on the White House as the US government shutdown drags into a fifth day with no end in sight. AFP NYPD Cop Was with Motorcyclists Who Beat SUV Driver in NYC ABC News WASHINGTON (AP) A man set himself on fire on the National Mall in the nation’s capital as passers-by rushed over to help put out the flames, officials and witnesses said Friday afternoon.