Celeb Trend Alert: The Upgraded Blazer?Cameron Diaz, Emma Roberts and More Rock the Style | E! Online
Its no wonder that he approaches burgers in a similar madcap fashion. Burgers are easily one of my favorite foods, he says. A good burger scratches an itch that no other food can. At the restaurant, hes sold something called the Darwin Burger, which contained pork, beef, duck, goat, chicken, oyster, shrimp and fish. (The meats were used throughout the burger and not just in the patty.) The goal was to put as many types of animal in as possible, sort of like a Phylum Feast, which is generally consumed in February in honor of Charles Darwin, he says. Most people didnt get it, but those who did were exceptionally pleased. On the current menu is the Juicy Lucy, which he learned about while traveling in Minneapolis. This burger includes molten cheese and a solidified disc of a Bloody Mary in lieu of a tomato.
Getty Images See ya, summer crop tops and pencil skirts! There's a new trend revving up for fall fashion: the upgraded blazer. Admittedly, the trend is something of a blazer-tuxedo hybrid. It's the polished look of your boyfriend's tux blended with the rigid structure of a blazer. We've even seen this trend in the form of luxe vests and debonair mini dresses.Menswear-inspired looks have been huge on the runways, so we're not surprised every celeb under the sun is rocking this style. Cameron Diaz sported a vanilla version of the trend, wearing a double breasted The Row blazer over light-wash Frame Denim prom jewerly jeans. The suave jacket over jeans is the perfect complement to Cameron's tomboy style, and supports our blazer-meets-tuxedo hybrid style theory to a tee.
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The company has recently set up local offices in Uganda after initially launching a service there in February that relied on deliveries from Kenya. The Ghana and Cameroon sites are set to open within the coming weeks, a spokesman said. "We know we are early. We are coming to markets which are not as mature in terms of Internet penetration and Internet savviness but still there is a big appetite for this service," Jumia co-founder Sacha Poignonnec told Reuters. Berlin-based Rocket Internet is bidding to create the largest Internet empire outside the United States and China, seeking to replicate the success of Amazon and Alibaba in markets such as Africa, Latin America and Russia. Global consulting firm McKinsey estimates about 16 percent of sub-Saharan Africans, or just over 160 million people, are connected to the Internet, compared with nearly 75 percent in Europe and 32 percent in Asia.