Dianna Agron: ‘Glee’ Star Wears Louis Vuitton for Glamour; See Dianna’s Best LV Outfits [SLIDESHOW]

Maid thief of former Louis Vuitton executive gets prison, possible deportation after swiping $150G in jewelry

“Glee” costumes seemed far and away when Dianna entered in a very understated, yet very elegant black dress, metallic cap-toe pumps, and a stunning, green necklace. One of Dianna Agron’s most eye-catching LV picks was her red dress at the Louis Vuitton Inauguration in Venice. In April of 2013, the actress, then a redhead, wore a charming, sleeveless frock with a full, structured skirt and a pretty, bow-belted waist. As beautiful as Dianna’s dress was, her shoes threatened to steal all the attention. Dianna’s Vuitton pumps came in black, had curved heels, and lovely ankle ribbons.

Michelle Williams’ Louis Vuitton Campaign Is An Edgy Turn For The Star (PHOTOS)


Though she has a sweet-as-a-button appeal, corsets , metallics and playful hems are all part of her style rotation. Fortunately, it looks like that fearlessness has paid off with a new gig as the face of Louis Vuitton . The actress stars in the fashion house’s autumn/winter 2013-14 campaign, which focuses on two new handbags, the W and the Capucines. Sporting wine-colored lips, dark brows and her signature cropped haircut, Williams looks particularly edgy in the Peter Lindbergh-lensed shots wearing clothing from the fall collection. It’s certainly a far cry from the young girl we met on “Dawson’s Creek.” Of course, this announcement isn’t too surprising — remember how great Williams looked in her show-stopping Louis Vuitton gown at the 2012 Oscars? This partnership is also particularly noteworthy, since it marks the star’s very first major fashion campaign. (Williams did star in the Band of Outsiders lookbook back in 2012, though.) You can catch her new Louis Vuitton ads in Marie Claire France on Aug.

Louis Vuitton Cup News: Artemis Surprise the Italians again

jewels By Shayna Jacobs / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, August 6, 2013, 10:11 PM A maid made off with some diamond rings owned by former Louis Vuitton executive Bettye Musham. Related Stories Baby-faced teen who fatally mowed down 4-year-old Ariel Russo looking for deal, slain girls family says max only acceptable punishment check this out A former maid who stole about $150,000 worth of diamond rings from an elderly former executive at Louis Vuitton was sentenced to prison on Tuesday. Chadmila Lopez admitted in a grand larceny plea she took the pricey jewelery from Bettye Musham, 80, between January 2012 and January 2013. She is expected to be deported to Africa after she serves her sentence of between one and three years. Musham wasnt in court but submitted a passionate statement to the court. You stole from me 7 rings which you had to search for. They were in my jewelry drawer. Later you stole from my house guest, Musham wrote.



ET will feature Race 3. Coverage continues on Saturday at 6 p.m. ET with Race 4. FINALS The Louis Vuitton Cup Finals will feature Emirates Team New Zealand against the victor of the Semifinals round, in a best-of-13 race format, with the winner being the first to score seven points. NBC Sports Networks coverage of the Louis Vuitton Cup Finals will begin on Saturday, August 17 at 6 p.m. ET. Veteran announcer Todd Harris will serve as the play-by-play commentator for the NBC Sports Network telecasts. Harris will be joined by former Americas Cup Helmsman and Volvo Ocean Race skipper Ken Read, as well as renowned sailor and author Gary Jobson.

Thanks to a well-executed first foiling jibe Luna Rossa took a solid advantage increasing her lead throughout the downwind leg and rounding the gate with 1 minute and 25 seconds advantage over Artemis Racing. On the first windward leg Luna Rossa tacked inshore immediately and, thanks to a precise tactic choice, gained more advantage on her opponent and rounded the upwind gate with a lead of 1 minute and 50 seconds. On the second downwind leg a slight increase in wind speed allowed Luna Rossa to foil with greater ease and to show superior boat speed and handling. During the second windward leg, after a first tack towards the shore, Luna Rossa sailed in the centre of the course and was slowed down by sudden lulls and very shifty wind conditions, while Artemis Racing sailing inshore was favoured by a 15-degree left shift that allowed her to close the gap on Luna Rossa. The Italian team however quickly recovered and found fresh and more stable winds on the second run, steadily increasing the lead on the Swedish team. At the finishing line the lead on Artemis Racing had reached 2 minutes and 6 seconds and Luna Rossa scored her second point in the Louis Vuitton Cup semifinals. At the end of the race Skipper Max Sirena commented:We won another important point in this semifinal; however what was encouraging for us was the superior level in boat acceleration and crew performance compared to our opponents, even in very light and shifty wind conditions. Luna Rossacompleted the 15.41 -nautical mile course in 54 minutes, 26 seconds, maintaining an average speed of 21.96 knots and reaching a maximum speed of 37.12 knots.

Louis Vuitton Cup: Ugly race gets Luna Rossa halfway to the Final

While they got the gap down to just over 500metres at one point, Luna Rossa skipper was sailing more confidently today and extended as the boats rounded the windward mark being around 700metres ahead. At the next corner, Mark 3, the margin was 110seconds , an increase of 28seconds on the beat. Louis Vuitton Cup, Semi-finals, Artemis Racing vs Luna Rossa, Race 2 – ACEA-Photo Abner Kingman Click Here to view large photo The cool on Luna Rossa was shattered soon after rounding the windward mark, as Chris Draper stuck the bows in during a gybe, when the AC72 and her towering 40 metre were hit by a sudden gust going into the point of the gybe. She went in with both bows, close to putting the main beam in, however Draper rounded up quickly got the foils working again, and lifted out of trouble. Luna Rossaas experience deserted them again at the leeward mark, with a dreadful gybe, stopping the race leader almost dead in the water. Even so she was able to extend again to get out to a lead 131secs at the same corner a dropping 21 seconds on the second run.


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