The Met Gala

first_img Kendall Jenner photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Anna Wintour photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Rihanna photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Donatella Versace photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Jennifer Lopez. Alex Rodriguez photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kate Moss photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Amanda Seyfried photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Sarah Jessica Parker, Andy Cohen photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kate Bosworth photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Katie Perry photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Rihanna photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Chris Jenner photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kim Kardashian West photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Arianna Rockefeller Ariana Rockefeller photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Randy Gerber, Cindy Crawford photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute spring 2018 exhibition, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” opened to the public on Thursday, May 10. In celebration of the opening, The Met’s Costume Institute Benefit, also known as The Met Gala, was held on Monday, May 7.Considered to be the fashion industry’s premier event, each year’s gala celebrates the theme of that year’s Costume Institute exhibition. The subject also sets the tone for the formal dress of the night. Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour oversees both the benefit committee and the guest list. This year’s co-chairs included Amal Clooney, Rihanna, Donatella Versace, and Anna Wintour, and honorary chairs Christine and Stephen Schwarzman. The event is The Costume Institute’s main source of annual funding. Share Gisele Bundchen photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kerry Washington photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kim Kardashian West photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Katie Lee photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Blake Lively photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 guest, Sasha Lane, Tori Burch photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Jean Paul Gaultier,Madonna photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Brooke Shields photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Gigi Hadid photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939 Kate Moss photo by Rob Rich/ ©2018 516-676-3939last_img read more

HiP expands line of 100,000 psi valves and fittings

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Neptune wins ISO certification

first_imgThe PAS, as part of the ISO 28000 family of security standards, gives established guidelines to private maritime security companies (PMSC) providing armed guards to ships.Certification to the standards demonstrates to clients and stakeholders that Neptune Maritime Security and its operatives can legally, safely and effectively guard its people, assets and reputation, having undergone a rigorous and internationally recognised process.Neptune Maritime Security has been heavily involved in the development of the PAS from the initial writing of the base document MPSC1, technical advice to the ISO as a member of BSI SME 32, and as an active member of the UK Government’s industry partner, the Security in Complex Environments Group.”The award of this certificate is the result of several years of hard work by the company to establish regulations and accreditation processes in the maritime security industry. We are extremely pleased to become one of a handful of companies certified to this level and it reflects the company’s belief in core competencies and a rigorous approach to vetting,” said Carl Sykes, managing director of Neptune Maritime Security.Certification bodies are awaiting the UKAS pilot scheme results before the fully accredited ISO PAS 28007 certificates can be issued to PMSC. From left to right: Mike Richards, Ron Bishop and David Derrick from LRQA, and Ian Simpson (general manager), Cara Sims (operations manager) and Jeremy Johnson (business development manager) from Neptune Maritime Security.www.neptunemaritimesecurity.comlast_img read more

Hapag-Lloyd restructures management

first_imgSchlotfeld has been a member of the executive committee since 2007 and most recently held the position of managing director of Asia and Europe.Effective April 1, 2018, Schlotfeldt will be responsible for human resources, which is currently the responsibility of the ceo, as the company’s labour director. He will also be responsible for global procurement, currently the responsibility of the chief commercial officer.Rolf Habben Jansen, ceo, will now be responsible for global sales activities. Effective March 31, 2018, Thorsten Haeser, chief commercial officer, will step down from his role at the Hamburg-based container shipping line. According to Hapag-Lloyd, the restructuring of the executive board will make it easier to meet the challenges arising from its increasing size. Following the mergers with the container shipping activities of CSAV in 2014 and UASC in 2017, the transport capacities and number of containers transported at Hapag-Lloyd have more than doubled. Revenue rose by around 50 percent in the same period, and the number of employees increased by approximately 70 percent.Joachim Schlotfeldtwww.hapag-lloyd.comlast_img read more

Celebrating Earth Day 2020 At Home And Online

first_imgThis year on April 22, the world will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the annual celebration of the environmental movement.The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970. Millions of Americans took to the streets, college campuses and hundreds of cities to protest environmental ignorance and demand a new way forward for our planet. And thus, the event became a yearly celebration.The theme for this year’s Earth Day is climate action.“Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable”, says the Earth Day website.The controversial topic and its range of challenges and opportunities will be the focal point of the live stream discussions which will take place today. Over the 24 hours of Earth Day, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day will fill the digital landscape with global conversations, calls to action, performances, video teach-ins and more.Even though there won’t be any protests or mass gatherings, there are still things that you can do to help the planet during this COVID-19 pandemic.Conserving water, using less plastic containers, straws, properly disposing of gloves, masks and other items are earth-conscious tips that should be practised year-round.You can plant a garden while at home, water trees and flowers, or even go for a walk while maintaining social distance.To see all the digital Earth Day activities, visit read more

Death toll from cholera outbreak in NE Nigeria rises to 35

first_imgThirty-five people have now died during a cholera outbreak in northeast Nigeria, up from 21 at the start of the week, local health officials said on Sunday.“The number of deaths reported… is 35. The total number of suspected cholera cases is now 1 283,” the Borno state health ministry said in a statement.Most of the cases and deaths have been at the Muna Garage camp on the outskirts of the Borno state capital, Maiduguri, which houses some 20 000 people who have fled the Boko Haram conflict.A total of 775 infections were reported at the sprawling camp, where internally displaced people (IDPs) are living in makeshift accommodation, reliant on food handouts and communal water boreholes.Water-borne diseases are a constant threat because of a lack of adequate sanitation for the camp dwellers, especially during the current rainy season, when poor drainage causes stagnant pools to form.State health officials announced on September 3 that 14 people had died from 186 suspected cases of cholera in Maiduguri.Two days later, the toll jumped to 21 from 375 cases.Nigeria’s government, domestic and international aid agencies involved in providing shelter, food, clean water and healthcare to the IDPs have been working to contain the outbreak.But it has spread to the town of Dikwa, some 90km east of Maiduguri, where 438 cases were recorded.Suspected cases were still being investigated in the garrison town of Monguno, 138km northeast of Maiduguri, said the statement.Maiduguri has seen its population double to two million since the start of Boko Haram’s Islamist insurgency in 2009, as the violence forced people to seek safe haven from vulnerable rural communities.Overall, at least 20 000 people have been killed and some 2.6 million displaced.Most IDPs live in so-called host communities with distant relatives or friends. The remainder live in camps.last_img read more

Exodus FC & Sagicor South East win in DFA National Leagues

first_img 209 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! NewsSports Exodus FC & Sagicor South East win in DFA National Leagues by: Gerald George – January 26, 2015 Tweet Sharecenter_img Title contenders Exodus FC and Sagicor South East both recorded important wins as action continued in the DFA National Leagues over the weekend.In the LIME Premier League on Sunday, 25 January 2015, Randolph Peltier scored a hat-trick to pilot Exodus ZFZC to a 4-1 win over Aicons FC at the Poree playing field and placed one hand on the trophy. Odel Robin scored the other goal for Exodus andLen Walter scored for Aicons.Earlier Scotia Bank Bath Estate came from being two goals down to edge out Harlem United 3-2. Kurlson Benjamin, Delroy Parker and Hubert Prince scored for Bath Estate while Errol Blaize and Kerry Alleyne scored for Harlem. Meanwhile, at the Benjamin Park in Portsmouth, defending champions Northern Concrete & Steel Bombers with a goal each from Kevin George, Dowan Leblanc, Eddie Thomas and Yanel Joseph defeated Mahaut Soca Strikers 4- nil while at the Dublanc Playing Field. Sagicor South East kept their championship hopes alive with a 2-1 win over Dublanc FC. Pharo Cuffy and Josley Prince scored for south east. Briel Thomas scored for Dublanc. In the Division One League on Friday PetroCaribe Point Michel defeated Malta India Harlem United 2-0. Delbert Graham and Marcellous Raffoul scored for Point Michel. In the second match of the night, LA Stars defeated East Central 3-1. Scott Hazel found the back of the nets twice for LA stars, with Rodridge Blaize getting one. Shane Seraphin scored the lone goal for east central. While at the Dublanc playing field, Itassi United edged out Nemesis 3-2. Sherwin Brumant and Brian Leblanc scored for Itassi with the other goal coming from a Nemesis player. Akel Letang and Kelly George scored for Nemesis. On Sunday Sign Man All Stars hammared RC Doctors 4-0 at the Bath Estate playing field. Terry Jerome scored twice for Sign Man with one each from Jerome Lovel and kimon Jno Baptiste. And in the DOMLEC Women’s League on Sunday Bombers Starlights won by default over South East Stars. Share Sharelast_img read more

Shooting in Yampiece

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Share 403 Views   no discussionscenter_img Unconfirmed reports of a shooting in the community of Yampiece has reached DA Vibes. According to unofficial sources, the incident occurred in the early hours of this morning. The victim is currently receiving medical attention at the Princess Margaret Hospital. More information will be provided as soon as they are made available. Tweet LocalNews Shooting in Yampiece by: – March 24, 2019last_img read more

HJC RPHA 70 Iron Man Homecoming – RM2,779!

first_imgAttention to all Marvel fans and motorcycle enthusiasts, lend me your ears! The all-new HJC RPHA 70 sport touring helmet now comes in the latest Marvel’s Iron Man graphics based on the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie which was released back in July of 2017.We’re big fans of HJC helmets and even bigger enthusiasts for the Marvel cinematic universe so this particular helmet checks out all the boxes. Knowing that HJC has a good arrangement with Marvel in producing some very special edition lids, the latest Iron Man rendition is indeed the best one we’ve seen yet.Check out our review on the new HJC RPHA 70 sport-touring helmet, below!HJC RPHA 70 Test & ReviewThis time around, a lot more finer details can be found which makes this limited edition more impressive the more you look at it. Our favourites are the Stark Industries decals on the side and the blue arc reactor at the back of this ‘powerful’ RPHA 70 inspired by the new element found by Tony Stark in the second Iron Man movie.The RPHA 70 sport-touring helmet is actually a race-certified helmet that has been slightly modified for more comfort especially when riding on the streets. It is one of the better helmets out there in the market that can handle both street and track riding fairly well which is quite impressive.The shell is made out of some reinforced materials called the ‘Premium Integrated Matrix’ or ‘P.I.M Plus’ which include carbon and carbon-glass hybrid fabric. This in turn provides a more enhanced shock-absorbing performance together with high levels of comfort while keeping the helmet satisfactory light (1,500 grams).HJC Helmet Malaysia has priced it at RM2,779 (recommended retail price). To know more about this beauty that was launched together with the HJC CS-R3 Spider-Man full-face helmet, CLICK HERE. Additionally, you can head to the HJC Helmet Malaysia official Facebook page for further information. –Ads– HJC Helmet Malaysia has brought in the latest HJC RPHA 70 Iron Man Homecoming sport-touring helmet.The latest Iron Man helmet was inspired from the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie by Marvel.Priced at RM2,779 (recommended retail price), the RPHA 70 is perfect for street use which is also race-certified for track riding.last_img read more

No. 7 UWF Continues Winning Ways; Defeats West Alabama, 8-1

first_img Share Kevin Ducros and Bruno Savi (Photo by UWF Sports Information)    LIVINGSTON, Ala. – The No. 7-ranked University of West Florida men’s tennis team continued its winning ways today with an 8-1 victory over Gulf South Conference (GSC) foe West Alabama. The Argos have won their last four matches, pushing their overall record to 6-1 and conference record to 2-0. West Alabama, which has lost its last four matches, is 5-4 overall and 0-3 in GSC play.West Florida won all three doubles matches. At the No. 1 position, Kevin Ducros (Aix-en-Provence, France) and Bruno Savi (Santana do Livramento, Brazil) teamed to defeat Adam Drysdale and Nestor Vargas, 8-5. Leandro Ferreira (Sao Paulo, Brazil) and Andrey Pozhidaev (Sochi, Russia) tallied an 8-3 victory over Antoine Cunha de Freitas and Honorio Fernandez at No. 2. Mike Lue (Richmond Hill, Ontario) and Domenico Sano (Macaray, Venezuela) record an 8-3 victory over Anton Ivanov and Luis Ruiz at the No. 3 line. The Argos won five of the six singles matches. Savi, who is the No. 10-ranked singles player in the nation, dropped just one game in his 6-0, 6-1 victory over Drysdale at No. 1. At the No. 2 line, Ducros dropped the first set but came back to defeat Vargas, 0-6, 6-0, 6-0. UWF senior Sean Gunnels (Mobile, Ala.) defeated Cunha de Freitas, 6-0, 6-2, at No. 4. Lue defeated Ruiz in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, at the No. 5 position. Argonaut Elio Latela (Sydney, Australia) defeated Michael Grossman, 6-1, 2-6, 1-0, at No. 6. UWF’s only loss of the day came at the No. 3 position, where Ivanov defeated No. 16 ranked-Ferreira, 7-6, 6-2.West Florida will travel to Florence, Ala., tomorrow, to face North Alabama in a GSC match. First serve is set for 11 a.m. Results and a recap of the match will be available on For information on all UWF Athletics, visit #ARGOS##7 West Florida 8, West Alabama 103/09/12 at Livingston, Ala.Singles Competition1. No. 10 Bruno Savi (UWF) def. Adam Drysdale (UWA) 6-0, 6-12. Kevin Ducros (UWF) def. Nestor Vargas (UWA) 0-6, 6-0, 6-03. Anton Ivanov (UWA) def. No. 16 Leandro Ferreira (UWF) 7-6, 6-24. Sean Gunnels (UWF) def. Antoine Cunha de Freitas (UWA) 6-0, 6-25. Mike Lue (UWF) def. Luis Ruiz (UWA) 6-4, 6-36. Elio Latela (UWF) def. Manuel Grossman (UWA) 6-1, 2-6, 1-0Doubles Competition1. Kevin Ducros/Bruno Savi (UWF) def. Adam Drysdale/Nestor Vargas (UWA) 8-52. Leandro Ferreira/Andrey Pozhidaev (UWF) def. Antoine Cunha de Freitas/Honorio Fernandez (UWA) 8-33. Mike Lue/Domenico Sano (UWF) def. Anton Ivanov/Luis Ruiz (UWA) 8-3Match NotesWest Florida 6-1, 2-0 GSC; National ranking #7; Regional ranking #4West Alabama 5-4, 0-3 GSC– – Print Friendly Versioncenter_img No. 7 UWF Continues Winning Ways; Defeats West Alabama, 8-1last_img read more