Fashion Trend Report: Neon Brights – Fashion Trend Report – Stylebistro

. (Source: ImaxTree; Art by Tanya Leigh Washington) When we think of fall colors, we often imagine dark, moody tones or rich evergreen hues; we do not think neon. Nevertheless, designers surprised show-goers during Fall 2014 Fashion Week by sending dresses, coats and separates in these bright hues down their runways.The key to these bold colors is that they are decidedly not the garish tones we saw in the ’80s, but bursts of color at a level of palatable brightness. Designer Raf Simons lit up the Dior runway with layered dresses in vibrant hues. Altuzarra showed robe coats that featured bright panels of pink and Emanuel Ungaro created tops and skirts in neon lime tones. Dior, Altuzarra, Emanuel Ungaro ImaxTree Never the group to leave a trend untried, celebs have taken the neon look for a spin both on and off the red carpet. Actress Kate Mara wore the exact Dior dress shown above for the Creative Emmy Awards.
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Revolution 1, Chivas USA 0 – Lee Nguyen Puts New England Back In The Win Column – Yahoo Sports

Correlle Prime had two of them and a walk, and Ryan McMahon was on twice with a pair of walks. Instead, what one this game was outstanding pitching. Kyle Freeland, who is over the top polished for a guy drafted in June, went five scoreless innings on just three hits, six strikeouts, and one walk. He’s on pace to rocket through the lower half of this system. Northwest League: Tri-City 9, Salem-Keizer 5 The Dust Devils had their best pitcher on the mound for this one in Helmis Rodriguez, and good things happened. He went six innings on just one run, and it marked the 12th time in 14 outings this season where he allowed two runs or less. The 20-year-old now has a 2.11 ERA at this level.

Saturday Pebble Report: Eddie Butler and Kyle Freeland both pitch, but only one of them pitches well – Yahoo Sports

But the Revs were still dominating the possession and putting pressure on Dan Kennedy ‘s net, including Daigo Kobayashi’s effort that just went over the bar in the 54th, and the Revs found the breakthrough in the 56th minute. Diego Fagundez switched the attack to Kelyn Rowe on the right side, and Rowe found Daigo Kobayashi on a first touch and Daigo tried to play an nifty one-two with a backheel. Rowe contested the pass with a Chivas defender and the ball came to Lee Nguyen, who had space to take a touch and unleash a shot from the top of the box that flew past Kennedy into the back of the net. It was Lee’s team leading 9th goal of the season and first since a double against Colorado earlier in the month. Despite dominating the possession, the Goats would not go quietly and began their comeback through Felix Borja in the 65th and Torres in the 72nd forcing Revs keeper Shuttleworth into action with two smart saves.

Coughlin concerned about defensive penalties – Yahoo Sports

She asked marchers to “get justice” for her husband. Protesters walked alongside dozens of police officers in parade gear, including polo shirts and pants. There were also officers in formal blue uniforms, but none had riot gear. View gallery Esaw Garner, left, arrives at the spot where her husband Eric Garner died with The Rev. Al Sharpton, Natasha Martin, a black mother from Brooklyn, said she hoped the march “can get things to change. There is so much anger right now.

Thousands turn out for rally over chokehold death – Yahoo News

Coughlin said that he expected the starting corner to return to practice this week. … First-round draft pick Odell Beckham, Jr. also had work done on his hamstring Saturday, but his status remains in question. Coughlin did not know Beckham’s availability for practice this week. … RB Peyton Hillis will test his ankle and foot to see if he can return.


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