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The Untold Fashion Story of Elizabeth Hurley's Iconic Versace Safety Pin Dress
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The Untold Fashion Story of Elizabeth Hurley's Iconic Versace Safety Pin Dress

It was the year 1994 when of-the-moment English heartthrob Hugh Grant would be upstaged at his own film premiere for Four Weddings and a Funeral - not by his sultry date, Elizabeth Hurley, but by the black Versace safety pin dress that would make her an overnight star. While many of us might be familiar with one of Versace's most iconic creations, you'd be delighted to discover the lesser-known details that made that dress one of the most iconic pop culture moments of the '90s. Elizabeth "Liz" Hurley was an unknown actor when she arrived on the film's red carpet with up-and-coming actor and then-boyfriend Hugh Grant. Instead of being just another pretty face at a premiere, her black Versace dress held together by gold safety pins became the talking point of the entire event. Donatella ...
National Heat Safety Month
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National Heat Safety Month

July is a time for sunshine, swimsuits and serious sweat sessions. It’s also a time to make sure we all stay cool, covered and safe. That’s why MISSION Instant Cooling Gear and their proathlete founders are dedicated to spreading the importance of National Heat Safety Month this July. Co-founder Chris Valletta, former NFL player, experienced heat related illness during his college and professional football playing days — so this initiative is personal for him. Mission is so passionate about Heat Safety they invested in The Mission Heat Safety Lab at UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute. Mission products have been tested on athletes with state-of-the-art equipment like high speed treadmills, advanced bike ergometers and a comprehensive physiological monitoring system — so you know these ite...
Vanessa Bryant Rallies for Helicopter Safety Act in Honor of Kobe Bryant
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Vanessa Bryant Rallies for Helicopter Safety Act in Honor of Kobe Bryant

Still fighting. Vanessa Bryant called on Congress to support a new helicopter safety law in honor of her late husband, Kobe Bryant, and daughter Gianna Bryant, who died in a helicopter accident alongside seven other passengers in January. Vanessa Bryant’s Sweetest Motherhood Moments Following Kobe Bryant’s Death: Tributes, Pics and More CNN reported that lawmakers introduced the Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant Helicopter Safety Act on Thursday, June 18. The new legislation would require all helicopters that can fit six or more people to include a Terrain Awareness and Warning System, a tool to record flight data and a cockpit voice recorder. Vanessa, 38, was quick to speak out about the new bill in light of its incredibly personal meaning to her and her family. “I ...