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Review: Latest hot trends from London Fashion Week Festival Special

London - London Fashion Weekend Festival has been playing out to packed audiences over the last weekend in February. The catwalk models have been dazzling audiences with the latest trends and Digital Journal was there to see the action.

Op-Ed: A new magazine for the arts and culture premieres for Marin Special

Belvedere Tiburon - Despite the upheaval to traditional print by digital technology, arts patron, entrepreneur and now publisher, Meredith Browning Griffin is pleased to announce the debut of a new magazine called 'Marin Arts & Culture.'

Bare cheek as Japan men strip off for naked festival

Okayama - With only a skimpy loincloth to protect their modesty, thousands of men brave freezing temperatures to fight for lucky charms thrown by a priest at Japan's annual Naked Man Festival.

Interview: Shari Bitterman discusses new book 'Simon the Snail' Special

Bayside - Children's book author, Ms. Shari Bitterman, sat down and chatted with Digital Journal about her new book, "Simon the Snail."

Struggle against evil sparks China ritual

Hinghwafu - Villagers in eastern China have a unique way of washing away the taint of evil spirits -- by bathing in a shower of scorching sparks.

Top 10 trends on the New York catwalk

New York - New York fashion week wrapped with designers unable to agree on the season, the future of the runway in jeopardy and anti-Donald Trump political outrage palpable.

Ralph Lauren wows, Kanye grows up, Kors goes plus-size

New York - Fashion royalty Ralph Lauren decorated in wall-to-wall orchids, Kanye West bounced back from a breakdown to put a hijab on the runway and Michael Kors hired his first plus-sized model.Here are the highlights from day seven of New York fashion week.

What would Toronto's CN Tower look like with condos stuck on it?

Toronto - Toronto's CN Tower has become a major tourist attraction since it was completed in 1976 as a giant TV broadcasting antenna. But one design firm thinks the aging tower could be repurposed by "reinvigorating the tower with desirable market condominiums."

Hole is where the heart is for Chinese cave dwellers

Bejing - High in the misty hills of southwestern China, an hour's hike from any road, the lowing of livestock echoes through Zhongdong village, where a group of 18 families live inside an enormous natural cave.

Free hairdos boost displaced Iraqi women

- Twice a month, beautician Chnoor Khezri takes her equipment to a camp near Mosul and gives displaced Iraqi women who have lost everything a proper pampering and some fresh confidence.

'The Blue Danube' keeps waltzing at 150

Vienna - Born out of defeat, initially not that popular and dedicated to a river that's more greeny-grey, the beginnings of "The Blue Danube" 150 years ago this week were inauspicious.

Thais in the mood for love as Valentine fever sweeps nation

Bangkok - Babies dressed as cupids, underwater weddings and a government vitamin giveaway to encourage procreation were all part of Thailand's imaginative and bizarre events Tuesday to mark Valentine's Day.

Political power dressing at New York Fashion Week

New York - The catwalk throbbed with politics in New York as designers threw their weight behind a campaign to promote tolerance and La Perla gave women's freedom a boost with a ready-to-wear debut.
 

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