Kimberley Garner at Bernard Chandran for London Fashion Week

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Kimberley Garner continues to look fabulous as she takes in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Kimberley attended the Bernard Chandran fashion show. London is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week. London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runs through September 16th. Visit London Fashion Week for the complete schedule and full coverage.

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Kimberley Garner Enjoying London Fashion Week

Kimberley Garner

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Kimberley Garner is amongst the celebrities taking in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. London is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week. London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runs through September 16th. Visit London Fashion Week for the complete schedule and full coverage.

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Laura Whitmore Enjoying London Fashion Week

Laura Whitmore

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Laura Whitmore is amongst the celebrities taking in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Laura was spotted attending the Bora Aksu and Julien Macdonald fashion shows. London is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week. London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runs through September 16th. Visit London Fashion Week for the complete schedule and full coverage.

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Millie Mackintosh Enjoying London Fashion Week

Millie Mackintosh

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Millie Mackintosh is amongst the celebrities taking in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Millie was spotted attending the Julien Macdonald fashion show. London is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week. London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runs through September 16th. Visit London Fashion Week for the complete schedule and full coverage.

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Jourdan Dunn Enjoying London Fashion Week

Jourdan Dunn

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Jourdan Dunn is amongst the celebrities taking in London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Jourdan was spotted attending the Jean Pierre Braganza fashion show and the Maybelline New York party at Tredwell’s. London is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week. London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runs through September 16th. Visit London Fashion Week for the complete schedule and full coverage.

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Rihanna Brings THe Afternoon Links!

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Ravens win big over Steelers; previewing Sunday’s games

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The Ravens have been in a non-stop spotlight for several days now. The cameras, the reporters and the unwanted attention stemmed from Monday, and i’m sure that I don’t need to talk about why. But interestingly enough, none of the attention that the pro football team in Baltimore has received involves football. Only in the sense that the “How will the Ravens respond?” questions became endless. Theories and predictions about whether or not this would be a bad thing were hot topics in most sports circles. Pointless in my opinion. It was going to be Baltimore, and them only, who would ultimately decide how they would perform after a circus-like week. The Ravens put distractions aside last night and with their rout over the Steelers, they let everyone know that football is the only thing on their minds. After losing their opening game to the Bengals, the Ravens were in need of a division win and they got one last night, controlling the game in the second half and putting a Steelers’ comeback out of reach. Joe Flacco had a couple of touchdown passes to TE Owen Daniels (pictured above) and the rest was left to the foot of kicker Justin Tucker. Baltimore didn’t jump off the page with lots of spectacular plays (Steve Smith had a couple) but they didn’t make any mistakes. That’s something the Steelers can’t say, who doomed three drives with costly turnovers. Just as Ben Roethlisberger was mounting another drive, either he or one of his teammates turned the ball over. Now both teams are 1-1 and looking up at Cincinnati. Baltimore has the upper hand right now but I have a feeling these two teams will be battling pretty close to each other for most of the season.

So what’s in store for Sunday? Plenty of interesting games and things to watch out for. What sticks out at me is that there are several good teams who have a good chance of starting their season off with two losses. The Patriots are in Minnesota this weekend, and I could very much see the Vikings taking that game after how good they looked last weekend. But was it more that the Rams are bad? That’s the thing about week 2: there’s no need to overreact to a week 1 peformance. Still, the Vikings-Patriots game should be a good one. The Saints are Cleveland as Drew Brees and co try and bounce back. And for the Browns, the Johnny Football watch continues. The Chargers are getting the Seahawks at home, should be a nice battle for both teams. The Packers are getting the Jets and all signs point to a massive game from Green Bay, who are on 10 days rest and very eager to get their first win. The day ends with the Bears in San Francisco in what should be a pretty great game. It’s impossible to tell how good the 49ers are after going against my Cowboys and their defense. But the game of the day goes to, well, there are two games that stand out to me. I really want to pay attention to the Falcons in Cincinnati and the Lions in Carolina. Particularly, two good offenses (Det and Atl) against two good defenses (Cin and Car) as all these teams will try and make a statement on Sunday. Game to avoid on Sunday? Without a doubt, the Jaguars in Washington.

If betting were legal here where I live, I’d take the Packers (-8.5) against the Jets and the Falcons (+5.5) against the Bengals.

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