Katherine Margaret Hatfield and Leo Mark Neblett exchanged their nuptial vows on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 6 p.m. The double ring wedding ceremony was held at St. Edward’s Catholic Church in Little Rock and was officiated by Rev. Father Jason Tyler. Katherine is the daughter of Sonny and Becky Johnson of Slovak and Patrick Hatfield Sr. of Des Arc. She is the granddaughter of the late Cyril and Helen Basler Plafcan of Slovak and the late Raymond and Elizabeth Fischer Hatfield of Little Rock.
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Last night we met Millicent, a mother of three, and Lucas. The couple met at a wedding they were both invited to in 2013. Millicent however was not interested in a relationship at the time, as she had just gotten out of a failed marriage.
Men are persistent when it comes to pursuing their potential wives. Lucas was no exception, and he won in the end. As a result, he told Millicent he wanted to send family representatives to her home for lobola.
When Lauren Johnson, 23, first met Brice Cordell, 24, at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, he may have been a year older than her, but she was his boss. They both worked with the recreation department, and she was the manager.
“I worked on the gym part and he worked on the aquatics side,” she said. “We both got roped into teaching swim lessons to little kids over the summer, and we ended up getting paired together.”
That was in 2011, and after a first date at the movies, they have been paired together ever since.
In the final hours of this city’s fashion week, designer Marc Jacobs had the task of putting a punctuation mark on the spring 2016 season before editors and retailers head to Europe in search of more trends. Fashion is a global business, but Jacobs is the definitive American designer. His is the voice that foreign editors wait to hear. He’s the designer whose choices and eccentricities have the reach and volume to shift an entire season’s dynamic.
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Michael Kors plans a bloomin' good time for spring.
Like a lot of designers at New York Fashion Week, Kors showed a lot of flowers on the runway. In his case, it's a three-dimensional look with dotted florals in a variety of colors — on a black coat worn by model Sasha Pivovarova as the first look, on breezy blue day dresses, red V-neck cocktail dresses and skirts in tan, blue and red, sometimes worn with a contrasting peasant blouse for an earthy look.
Exclusivity has always been a defining feature of fashion week. Whether in New York, London, Paris or Milan, it’s an invite-only affair that will chew you up and spit you out if your name’s not on the list. Indeed, that’s all part of the allure, the mystery of the biannual event.
At least, it used to be. This season has seen a sea change in the way designers present their collections. Exclusive is out, inclusive is, well, in.
When most people look at a school uniform, they see something, well, uniform.
As in, boring. Isn't that the point?
Not in Thom Browne's hands, it isn't. At his runway show on Monday, the designer took the simple image of a Japanese schoolgirl's uniform and transformed it into a strange but enticing world — as pretty much only he can do.
To promote her new True Religion collection, Joan Smalls is in New York at the start of one very Joan Smalls-packed fashion week. Luckily, a lot of major things have been packed with Smalls lately. She took us to school on Vogue Mexico’s September cover, her unmistakable violet lips launched an Estée Lauder collection–she was the first Latina model to rep the company–and then of course there was that surprising even for lui shoot that her mom thought was fresh.
The A-list style and fashion has descended upon Venice, and us, as the annual Venice film festival takes over the fashion month - September.
A bevy of Hollywood beauties and many more international stars were in attendance at various movie premieres at the fest which commenced on Sept.2 and will continue to treat us until Sept. 12.
When Claire Plauche gets dressed in the morning, she quizzically looks into her closet — much like many other female college students probably do — but she is peering into a closet of clothes which she has deemed “man repellant.”
“I typically wear clothes that turn guys away,” Plauche tells USA TODAY College. “So while some girls go with the fitted dress and smoky eye look, I tend to lean towards feathers and purple lipstick. A lot of things I wear leave guys scratching their heads.”