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If you are one to shy away from logomania, Strathberry, an Edinburgh-based brand specialising in luxury leather goods, is the brand to look out for. This leather goods brand is a go-to of many personalities such as Kate Middleton, Kate Hudson, Lady Gaga, Katie Holmes, Heidi Klum and more. Take a look at Friends of Strathberry if you would like to steal their look!
So why is the brand so popular, you ask? There are many reasons why this brand is so coveted by celebrities and well-known personalities around the world. With its understated aesthetics, the designs are created with the modern woman in mind combining functionality with their bold creativity via their distinctive shapes.
Take a closer look at Strathberry’s leather goods and you will discover the exceptional leatherwork. Not surprisingly, each Strathberry product is painstakingly handcrafted in Spain, where only the best Spanish leathers are used. For those who are concerned about sustainability, rest assured that the Spanish leathers are ethically sourced.
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Heptathlon world champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson's Olympic bid ended abruptly on Wednesday when she collapsed to the track during the 200 metres event, months after she suffered an Achilles tendon injury. The Briton won her hurdles heat and cleared 1.86 metres in the high jump before pulling up in the fourth event, crumpling to the ground and grasping her right ankle as volunteers offered her a wheelchair to take her off the track. Johnson-Thompson waved them away, bravely rising to her feet and hobbling to the finish line as the few onlookers inside the Olympic Stadium applauded her.
Italian renewable energy group ERG said on Wednesday a cybersecurity breach had caused only minor disruption to its information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure, adding all its plants were working properly. Earlier on Wednesday Italian newspaper La Repubblica said ERG had been targeted by a ransomware attack on Friday, citing hackers claiming responsibility for the action. In a statement replying to the report, ERG said it was addressing incidents affecting ICT systems and had immediately activated its cybersecurity procedures.
The party for the nation's 44th president will go on, but only for family and close friends. Former President Barack Obama has scaled back his 60th birthday bash set for this weekend due to the surge of infections blamed on the delta variant of the coronavirus, his office said Wednesday. Attendance is now limited to family and close friends.
A four-eared feline in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, was having none of his owner’s kisses this summer.The cute cat, named Aslan, was born with four ears as the result of a recessive mutation that was even studied back in 1957. Two of his ears are functional, while the other two are more like “flaps,” said his owner, Swati Komanduri.“He is the naughtiest cat ever!” Komanduri said of Aslan. And no wonder, considering how he rebuffed her kisses.Komanduri filmed the funny moment between the two. She tweeted the video on June 28. Credit: Swati Komanduri via Storyful
Peruth Chemutai became the first Ugandan woman to win an Olympic gold medal in any sport when she triumphed in the women's 3,000m steeplechase on Wednesday. The 22-year-old clocked a time of 9:01.45 to finish over three seconds ahead of American silver medallist Courtney Frerichs with Kenya's Hyvin Kiyeng taking the bronze. Chemutai's triumph was only the third Olympic gold won by Uganda in any sport -- after John Akii-Bua's 400m hurdles win in 1972 and Stephen Kiprotich's victory in the 2012 marathon.
Air support arrived to tackle a wildfire burning near a thermal power plant in Milas, Turkey, on August 4, the city’s mayor said.Footage streamed live by local resident Oner Altaş shows the fire burning near the Kemerkoy plant the night before, on August 3, when ground crews worked to quell the flames.By Wednesday, the fire was “almost over,” Milas Mayor Muhammet Tokat said.The plant’s operator said there was no immediate threat to the plant or surrounding areas.European and neighboring countries have sent aid to Turkey, where eight people have died in the continuing spate of fires. Credit: Oner Altas via Storyful
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says it's "odd and strange" Boris Johnson declined an offer to meet during his two-day visit to Scotland. She says whilst the prime minister has spoken about working together throughout the Covid crisis, it's for him to explain why he did not follow through on the opportunity.
Business activity is roaring back in the euro zone. And the bloc's dominant services sector is leading the way as lockdowns ease. New figures Wednesday (August 4) showed the composite Purchasing Managers' Index hitting 60.2. That was its highest reading in 15 years, and way above the 50-point mark that signifies rising activity. Multi-year highs were posted around the region, including in Germany and Italy, though France did see a slight dip. The boom comes as more and more services businesses begin to reopen. Though manufacturing also expanded at a blistering pace. Now rising prices look like one worry, with the input-price index coming close to a 21-year high.Inflation was driven higher by supply chain disruptions and labour shortages. Health worries also linger. A Reuters poll last month showed that firms see new twists in the health crisis as the biggest risk over the coming months.
More than 130 countries have now reported cases of the easier-to-spread delta variant, first identified in India. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week authorized Texas’ growing presence of state troopers along the border to “stop any vehicle upon reasonable suspicion” that it transports migrants.
The rescue of a missing cow, which involved a clamp and a tractor, after it got stuck down a hole on a rural Irish farm has become an unexpected TikTok hit, racking up 1.4 million views at the time of writing.Ben Lawless, a resident of Dunderry in County Meath, captured the rescue on camera.“As far as we know the cow was only in there for less than a day,” he told Storyful, adding that 13 cows had gone missing “and we couldn’t find them” before a friend flew his drone over the area and spotted the cows in “a field three miles down the road.”He said that the rescue of this particular cow “didn’t take too long,” and that “we got someone down with the lift and clamped it onto her and then it was just a matter of lifting her up.”In the footage, which was originally posted to TikTok on July 4, Lawless can be heard, with a tone of disbelief in his voice, saying, “I said it before, and I’ll say it again, every f***ing day there’s something f***ing happening, like.” Credit: Ben Lawless via Storyful
A wildfire came within less than a mile of a thermal power plant in Milas, Turkey, on August 3, video from the local mayor showed,The video, by Mayor Muhammet Tokat, shows flames burning on a hillside close to the Kemerkoy thermal power plant.Tokat said that by the morning of August 4, the fire was almost under control.The plant’s operator said there was no immediate threat to the plant or surrounding areas.European and neighboring countries have sent aid to Turkey, where eight people have died in the continuing spate of fires. Credit: Muhammet Tokat via Storyful