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Met Gala 2018: Countdown of The Top 15 Best Dressed

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Every year, the Met Gala celebrates a specific theme that celebrities have to get costume tailored gowns and suits for, in order to keep up. This year’s theme is by far the most controversial, by all means: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & the Catholic Imagination”. Nope, the religious theme is not weird at all…The red carpet was infused with looks inspired by Joan of Arc, the Pope, and even Jesus himself! massive headpieces could literally be spotted everywhere. Some celebrities didn’t bother to put in too much effort, others truly went over the top to standout but and fortunately, some just NAILED it! Here’s a list of those who successfully matched this year’s theme and at the same time, proved that they’re indeed, true fashion icons:  

15. Amal Clooney


Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn.

14. Jared Leto


Jared Leto in Gucci. 

13. Katy Perry


Katy Perry in Versace.

12. Jennifer Lopez


Jennifer Lopez in Balmain.

11. Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian in Versace.

10. Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman in Versace.

9. Rosie Huntington Whiteley

Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Ralph Lauren. 

8. Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan in Virgil Abloh.

7. Ariana Grande


Ariana Grande in Vera Wang.  

6. Priyanka Chopra


Priyanka Chopra in Ralph Lauren. 

5. Gigi Hadid


Gigi Hadid in Versace. 

4. Olivia Munn
 
Olivia Munn in H&M.

3. Rihanna


Rihanna in Maison Margiela.

2. Zendaya


Zendaya in Versace.

1. Blake Lively


Blake Lively in Versace.

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Time to step in!

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“Verynile” is an organization that raises awareness through events, its goal is to clean the Nile water and it does so with the cooperation of other initiatives that have the same environmental goals, such as greenish.

Every month, dozens of volunteers spend the day on shore cleaning or on boats to remove the trash from the Nile. And yesterday was one of those days; they organized a cleaning expedition and many volunteers took part in. The event helped in collecting around 1.5 tons of garbage from both the shore and the Nile itself.

Those boat rides are done in cooperation with fishermen who help clean the water every day, “Verynile” provide them with extra revenue for each kilo of trash that they remove from the water. During the process, fishermen are asked to take pictures of the trash they remove.

They offer a really cool way for collecting donations on their website, they sell bracelets that are made of recycled plastic pearls, the thread is made of recycled nets and it’s Egyptian made. For every bracelet that they sell, they commit to cleaning 1 kilo of trash from the Nile which aligns with their motto “cleaning the Nile, 1 kilo at a time.”

Help them achieve their mission by simply buying a bracelet or joining in their next expedition!

 

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India: The Tallest Statue In The World

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India has unveiled the world’s tallest statue, which cost 29.9bn rupees (£330m; $430m) to build.

The 182m (600ft) high structure in the western state of Gujarat is a bronze-clad tribute to independence leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the “statue of unity” would serve as a major tourist attraction, but locals say this is as a waste of public money and that the funds could have been put to better use.

Air Force planes showered flowers on the statue, which was designed by decorated Indian sculptor Ram V Sutar. The statue is nearly twice as tall as New York’s Statue of Liberty. And it has surpassed the height of the Spring Temple Buddha in China which, at 128m, was previously the tallest in the world. Check out stunning footage of the statue in the video below:
https://www.bbc.com/news/av/embed/p06qbbrg/46028342

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Drowned Cities: Exhibit of Egyptian Heritage in The USA

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A new exhibition launched by Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Dr. Mostafa Waziri is now open for public in the city of Minneapolis in the United States.

The exhibit titled “Drowned Cities: The Magical World of Egypt” will resume through until the coming April. It was expressed by Waziri that this is the second stop on the exhibition, as it resumed for 6 months in St. Louis, as a first station, where 113 thousand individuals attended. Among the most important pieces are the large statues of goddess Isis, Serapes and Sphinx. Other ornaments and household items are also displayed.


The exhibition began in 2015 in Europe, where it was showed at The Institute of the Arab World in France under the title “Osiris, Secrets of Egypt Submerged” and then moved to the British Museum in England, before it finished its journey in Zurich, Switzerland.

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