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Donatella Versace, who took over as designer soon after her brother’s sudden death and has led the house for two decades, presented a blockbuster tribute show that ended with five of the original supermodels – Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen and the former French first lady Carla Bruni – taking to the catwalk together, soundtracked by George Michael’s Freedom.
In addition to 55 bedrooms, the 110-room mansion had a large art gallery, a ballroom big enough for 1,000 guests, a swimming pool, wine cellars, a farm, and an electrical power plant, according to the “History of Lynnewood Hall ” by Historic American Buildings Survey.
Lynnewood Hall estate, one of the largest surviving Gilded Age mansions in Philadelphia is up for sale with a $1 million discount and is now asking $16.5 million.
It’s early Monday afternoon at the Tommy Hilfiger showroom in Knightsbridge, West London — a four-story monument to preppy American style in bright primary colors — and Gigi Hadid, the 22-year-old half-Dutch half-Palestinian model is showing me the collection she codesigned with Hilfiger, titled Tommy X Gigi, that will be shown at the historic music venue The Roundhouse the following night.
Hadid designs the Tommy x Gigi line, now in its third season, which has succeeded in the see-now-buy-now model, where other brands have failed.
The public supports Obamacare over the proposed Graham-Cassidy bill by 56-33 percent in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll.
Americans preferred Obamacare to that plan by 50-24 percent, again with a 20-point advantage for the current law in strong sentiment. The result is similar to public views on the previous GOP repeal-and-replace effort, which failed in July.
Indeed, the dollar’s weakness in 2017 despite continued underlying U.S. economic growth and the prospect of further tightening by the Fed, which has already delivered two rate increases this year, wrong-footed and perplexed a number of currency traders.
Investors weren’t too ruffled by the outcome of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting, but it did appear to foster one market development that should cheer stock market bulls, according to Renaissance Macro’s Jeff deGraaf.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tom Price admitted the "optics" of his use of tax-funded private charter jets on HHS business "don't look good," and he's heard the public's concerns, in an interview with Fox News' Leland Vittert on Saturday. "The optics in some of this don't look good, and that's why we again have taken this criticism to heart," Price said.
Fox's Vittert pressed Price on his use of the private charter plans, particularly since HHS is cutting programs from its budget, and Price, when he was a congressman, slammed then-House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi for using a private plane to travel.