The FN CEO Summit has added two more high-profile speakers to its lineup.
London-based designer Nicholas Kirkwood — who continues to grow his label and refine his strategy under LVMH – will take the stage. Meanwhile, Albin Johansson, CEO of hot sneaker brand Axel Arigato, will also be on hand to talk about his unique strategy.
The event is set for May 23 to 25 in Miami at The Edition hotel.
As reported earlier, in a major moment, Christian Louboutin will appear on the summit stage for the first time to discuss his 25-year journey in the industry.
Other speakers confirmed...more
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Harry Styles will be hanging around the Late Late Show with James Corden for a week long residency beginning May 15 following the release of his debut solo album, so he'll need to pack a several silky floral shirts.
Styles notably got the show's logo inked on his arm during a game of tattoo roulette when he stopped by in 2015, so there's no telling how this week could escalate. Read more...
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In an Instagram video posted yesterday, Modern Family star Sofia Vergara was trying to ride an inflatable bucking bull pool toy with very little successVergara tried several times to mount the beast but the pool water may have made the saddle too slippery.
Or she just doesn't have what it takes to be a real rodeo star.
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Im getting very good at it😂🐃 #Ihaveallsummer😒
A post shared by Sofia Vergara (@sofiavergara) on Apr 23, 2017 at 3:25pm PDT
Staying balanced on that toy seems extremely imposs...more
An estimated 600,000 Android devices have been infected by malware hidden in guides for popular mobile games and may be used to create a botnet to generate ad revenue for the attackers, security researchers at Check Point said.
A report published Monday by the cybersecurity firm revealed the attack, dubbed FalseGuide, which has managed to upload malicious code into a number of apps that were available through the Google Play Store, Google’s official marketplace for apps.