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MotoGP ticket row: full refund for cancelled GP tickets booked online not possible

After months of delay, people who bought tickets for now cancelled MotoGP races are receiving refunds – but it’s not for the full amount and it has left a bitter taste. Ross Crymble and Gavin Frain paid hundreds of pounds for tickets for the Mugello event. Initially the round was postponed, leaving them in limbo. The organisers eventually cancelled the race on June 10, but it took until the end of July for many people to get their money back or be offered an alternative ticket.  Those who bought GP tickets direct from the circuit received full refunds at the end of June. But those who bought from MotoGP.com, the sport’s official website run by Dorna, have been offered replacement...

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MotoGP: Thailand GP Will Go Ahead Amid Coronavirus Concerns

OR Grand Prix of Thailand will go ahead The Sports Authority of Thailand confirms that the event, set for mid-March, can safely take place Thursday, 20 February 2020 Following communication from the Thai government, the FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports can confirm that the OR Thailand Grand Prix will go ahead next month. With the outbreak of coronavirus affecting a number of locations and events worldwide, the decision required official consideration as the situation in Thailand was monitored. After consulting with the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Disease Control, the Sports Authority of Thailand has officially communicated, on behalf of the Royal Thai government, that there is no major risk, with the country having infected patients under care and...

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Revlon unveils new lipstick collection inspired by 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'

Beauty brand Revlon is taking cues from "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" with its latest lipstick launch. The cosmetics giant has unveiled ‘The Marvelous Super Lustrous Collection', a limited-edition line created in collaboration with the Amazon Original series.The collection features two curated ‘Super Lustrous Lipstick' sets, starring the brand's signature moisturizing product. The first set, ‘Take The Stage Reds,' comprises three bold shades -- ‘Fire & Ice,' ‘Certainly Red' and ‘Cherries in the Snow' -- which featured in season one of the show. The second set, ‘Stand-Up Nudes', includes three universally flattering nudes dubbed ‘Pink Truffle,' ‘Blushing Mauve' and ‘Rum Raisin.'The collection, which will launch exclusively on Amazon.com just in time for National Lipstick Month, is a natural partnership, given Revlon's...

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Miami Swim Week makes a splash in South Beach

Miami Swim Week kicks off in the Magic City on Thursday, offering attendees a packed schedule of runway shows from both local and international brands, as well as trade fairs and a range of parties and receptions. The five-day swimwear-focused event run by Fashion Week Online is expected to attract some 5,000 buyers from 60 countries to Miami South Beach where shows and activations will be organized in a variety of locations throughout the week.The runway program kicks off at 1PM on Thursday with the Miami International University of Art and Design Swim Show hosted by fashion show organizer Paraiso. Over the next few days, the packed schedule will see labels including Badgley Mishka, Seeker of Sunshine, Agua de Coco,...

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International Talent Support Contest ready to kick off new edition with first sustainable fashion prize

After taking place last year in June, ITS returns this year to its traditional positioning in July. The 17th edition of the contest for young designers, founded by Barbara Franchin in 2002, will take place this Friday in Trieste at Magazzino 42, the passenger terminal of the ferry port. Over 800 applications from 80 countries arrived at the ITS headquarters this year. Finally, 26 emerging talents from 15 countries were decided on by the jury which was led by Barbara Franchin  and the designer Aitor Throup, winner of the fifth edition of the prize, along with 20 other personalities including Y/Project’s creative director Glenn Martens, Kering’s sustainable development director Marie-Claire Daveu, and Diesel and OTB Group founder and long-time supporter...

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