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The ‘Alien: Covenant’ official trailer is here and it looks wonderfully terrifying




It starts out all love and smiles, sure.

The cheery crew of the Covenant — which is entirely made up of couples — are enjoying a meal together (remember that from the original Alien?) as they careen through space to their new planet to colonise. But you didn’t really think that contentment would last, did you?

The prologue, released in February, set the scene and this official trailer shows us more of the good stuff.  There are explosions, the xenomorph, aliens exploding out of things, and that terrifying question: “Where is it?”

Feast your eyes.

Alien: Covenant is out May 19.




Is online shopping making you FAT?




Expert says buying groceries from the comfort of your couch means you make unhealthier choices.

  • Online shopping from supermarkets has become more popular in recent years
  • But a dietitian says that ordering online could be leading to weight gain
  • Allan Borushek said that many products online don’t have nutritional labels
  • This means people are making unhealthier choices with their food 

While online grocery shopping is very convenient for the time poor, it could be bad news for your waistline and your wallet.

Not only could buying your food only be leaving you with less money in the bank, it’s also probably making you fat.

That’s according to Australian dietitian Allan Borushek, who told NineCoach that people can make poorer decisions when shopping online.

Put down the computer: Shopping for your groceries online could be making you fat (stock image)

The main reason for this, he said, is because some retailers don’t show the nutritional information for many products on their online stores.

‘While in-store shoppers can readily check the nutrition info panels, online shoppers are not given this option for many of the in-house brands,’ Mr Borushek explained.

‘The non-availability of nutritional data online disadvantages online shoppers – particularly those who are unable to physically shop in-store.’

Better choices: A dietitian said that many products online don't contain nutritional information (stock image)

Better choices: A dietitian said that many products online don’t contain nutritional information.

This means that shoppers can’t compare items easily and find the healthier product, and are more likely to make unhealthy choices.

It also have implications for people with dietary requires, who are unable to check levels of sugar, salt and carbohydrates in individual items.

A spokesman for supermarket Woolworths told Coach that they plan to introduce nutritional information online in the ‘coming months’.

Coles, which currently does not provide nutritional information online for their home brand products, also told the publication they will add it in time.




Bad choices: Because of a lack of information online, people find it difficult to compare products to see which one is healthier

Bad choices: Because of a lack of information online, people find it difficult to compare products to see which one is healthier

Last year, Professor Dame Sally Davies, chief medical officer for England,  urged people to return to walk to the supermarket and carry bags home instead of shopping online, in a bid to boost health.

‘Everyone can become more active by making little changes to the things we do every day,’ she said.

‘If you can go for a run about the park – great. But if you are pushed for time, something is always better than nothing.’

 

 



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Princess Diana’s most memorable outfits are going on display




A stunning Grace Kelly-inspired gown worn by Princess Diana to the Cannes Film Festival is set to go on display in an exhibition of the late royal’s most memorable outfits.

The 1987 blue silk chiffon piece, by Catherine Walker, is one of a number of outfits that the former Princess of Wales is said to have modelled on film stars.

According to creators of Diana: Her Fashion Story, which opens at Kensington Palace next week, the princess used to disguise herself in a scarf and sunglasses to visit her local cinema.

Princess Diana dress exhibition
A curator readies one of Princess Diana’s dresses for the exhibition (Historic Royal Palaces/PA)

Other pieces on display include the green velvet evening dress she wore for a Vanity Fair photo shoot with Mario Testino (1997), the pink satin gown she wore to stand out against the men’s ceremonial uniforms in an official portrait (1987) and the youthful pale blue nylon dress she wore as a debutante for an Althorp House ball (1979).

The exhibition also features the red-skirted Murray Arbeid dress that she famously teamed with one black and one red glove for a visit to Spain (1987) and the shimmering, white sequinned gown she wore for her 1991 trip to Brazil where she made a point of removing her glove to shake hands with an Aids patient.

While her experimental style often received mixed media reviews, Diana was revered as a fashion innovator before her death in 1997.




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Princess Diana on a visit to Venice in 1985 in a suit that can be seen at the exhibition (John Stillwell/PA)
Her first official portrait by Lord Snowdon in 1981 was published in Vogue magazine, where she was described as an “upcoming beauty”.

The accolade soon prompted the Emanuel blouse she wore in the picture to sell out on the high street.

She also featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar and continued to work closely with international designers such as Gianni Versace following her separation from the Prince of Wales.




Princess Diana dress exhibition
The Emanuel suit from her Venice visit will be on display (Historic Royal Palaces/PA)

The exhibition’s opening on Friday will run alongside the launch of the palace’s White Garden for spring/summer 2017.

Curator Eleri Lynn said: “Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most photographed women in the world, and every fashion choice she made was closely scrutinised.

Princess Diana dress exhibition
Princess Diana’s Emanuel blouse can also be seen (Historic Royal Palaces/PA)

“Our exhibition explores the story of a young woman who had to quickly learn the rules of royal and diplomatic dressing, who in the process put the spotlight on the British fashion industry and designers.

“We see her growing in confidence throughout her life, increasingly taking control of how she was represented, and intelligently communicating through her clothes.”




London Fashion Week AW17: A retro House of Holland clashes cowboys, racing and Clueless




Henry Holland may have celebrated his tenth anniversary last season but that didn’t stop him from pulling out all the stops once again.

Collating a whole mixture of references stretching from Western territory to race tracks, the fun-is-foremost designer majorly clashed prints.

Pink race flag patterns juxtaposed with cow hide. American flag Stars and Stripes also made an appearance (albeit not together). Henry didn’t forget his slogan love, brandishing the (slightly twisted) word ‘Daddy’ across tees and the show invite itself.




Clueless was one of the films Henry seemed to be inspired by [Photo: PA]

Shaggy coats were paired with short skirts and fishnet tights while camo mini dresses followed metallic ruffled ensembles. The label had also collaborated with Woody Woodpecker, splashing the cartoon character on easily sellable bomber jackets.

The entire collection seemed to be an ode to America and all its old-school Hollywood stereotypes. Film genres played out from a gunslinging cowboy epic to a fashion-forward remake of  Fast and Furious. Even a Cher Horowitz-style kilt got its turn in the limelight.

A Woody Woodpecker collaboration was a surprising addition [Photo: Getty]
The Stateside inspiration comes at an interesting time when you consider the damning effect new President Donald Trump has had on the country and many of its people. Although Henry didn’t seem to be making a political statement, the fact that he focused his entire collection on the nation says something in itself – no matter how subtle.

Perhaps this is Holland’s way of lightening up what seems like a hopeless situation. Or maybe it’s nothing more than what he likes to watch on a Sunday afternoon.

Either way, House of Holland is on top once again.