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Kanye Wests wife Bianca Censori forced by rapper to make bold fashion statements
Kanye West’s wife Bianca Censori forced by rapper to make bold fashion statements

Kanye West’s wife Bianca Censori has been branded as an “extension of his outspokenness” after she sparked outrage in Italy with her fashion statements.

A celebrity stylist has claimed that Australian-born beauty Bianca is simply making a “fashion statement created by [Kanye].”

Biancas fashion choice was blasted for lack of respect
Bianca’s fashion choice was blasted for “lack of respect”

Kanye West’s new sweetheart Bianca received huge backlash for her stunts during the trip to the conservative Catholic country as locals called for the Yeezy architect to be “punished by officials” for her barely-there outfits.

Bianca appeared “virtually naked” in a revealing catsuit that forced her to cover “the parts” with her handbag.

Bianca’s fashion choice was blasted for “lack of respect” for the country’s traditions. While, the Italian Constitutional Court states that anyone who exposes their nudity in a place or nearby to a place attended by minors can be issued a fine of 5,000 to 10,000 euros or sentenced to four months to four years imprisonment.

Now, author of “Style for Everybody” Kim Appelt has told “The Mirror US” that Kanye West is creating “fashion statement for his new wife Bianca.”

“To me Kanye West ’s wife’s outfit choice seems to be making a statement beyond the obvious, she is basically naked but there is a larger message. We are more than our physical bodies, that are visible,” Kim told the outlet.

Bianca Censori is simply making a fashion statement created by her husband Kanye West
Bianca Censori is simply making a “fashion statement created by her husband Kanye West”

She praised the strong rapper in her own words saying: “Kanye West is and always has been a multifaceted artist and a prominent trendsetter in the worlds of music, fashion, and culture.”

Sharing her thoughts about Kanye’ personality, Kim said: “While his fashion impact is undeniable, his

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From paintings, prints and photography to metalworks, jewelry and handmade clothing, a massive assortment of fine art was on display during the weekend for the 55th annual West Shore Art Fair.

Thousands of people attended the juried festival at Ludington’s Rotary Park, snaking their way through aisles of artists, food vendors, musicians and more during the two-day event.

The festival featured 90 jury-selected artists from throughout the region, the state and the country, and the vendors in attendance said they were happy to be there. The West Shore Art Fair is a draw, they said, because of its serene setting and the people it attracts.

Debi Dwyer of Debbie Dwyer Designs — based in Boone, North Carolina — said the art fair one of her favorite stops on a lengthy list of art fairs in the Great Lakes area.

“It’s the atmosphere,” Dwyer said. “I love Michigan people; I think they’re awesome, and Michigan shows are great in general. … I’d stay up here all summer if I could.”

Mike Kehr and his wife, Tracy, owners of Dragonfly Garage, have been coming to the art fair for 15 years, selling glass mosaics made at their business.

Kehr said the event has become a tradition for the couple because of the appreciation Ludington shows for the arts community.

“Ludington’s such a great town for art,” he said. “Not only the locals, but also the people that come in — it’s just good stuff.”

Kehr joked that he and his wife, who hail from White Cloud, are “local, without being too local,” adding that the couple plans to keep coming to the art fair, “as long as they’ll have us.”

“It’s such a great show,” he said. “We really appreciate them having us out here every year.”

Rosa Chavez and her

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The West Australian Ballet’s triple bill Ballet to Broadway is as much a celebration of three renowned composers as it is of ballet.

Featuring the disparate music of Alexander Glazunov, Léo Delibes and George Gershwin, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, coaxed by the raw power of conductor Jessica Gethin, generated an enhanced intensity of phrasing, timbre, colour and emotion, which in turn seemed to inspire the dancers into moments of scintillating vivacity.

To open the evening, WA Ballet Artistic Director Aurelian Scannella invited globe-trotting choreographer Javier Torres to create a new version of the Pas Classique Hongrois from the third act of Marius Petipa’s Raymonda, first performed in 1898. 

The West Australian Ballet perform Raymonda. Photo © Clinton Bradbury

Raymonda is a Medieval tale of a French noblewoman caught between the desires of her Crusader fiancé and a Saracen Sheik. Here, it opens with a wash of neutral colour, dancers dressed in sparkling tones of beige, the women in tutus and glittering tiaras (Erika Turunen) and posed as though ready to perform before royalty, awaiting music that hasn’t as yet come.

When it does the dancers begin performing the demanding, classical techniques, which need a hefty lot of synchronisation. Javier has added variations from other acts and some extra drama, turning solos into duets and trios to further showcase the skills of the dancers.

With agile insouciance the dancers captured the Slavic nuances of elongated upper torsos and arms, and in their duets Principals Oscar Valdes and Kiki Saito respond to Glaznov’s melancholic music with their usual luminous expression and power and sail through the classical demands with bravura and ease. Torres’ additions gives some dramatic heart to the ‘grand spectacle’ (rather than any concentration on an intriguing plot) that Petipa is said to have wanted.

Sylvia, a

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