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Balmain Plans Music Festival for Paris Fashion Week

THE BEAT GOES ON: As the fashion industry edges back into physical events, Olivier Rousteing is diving in head first, like a rock star into a moshing crowd.

Balmain’s creative director plans to show his spring 2022 collections for women and men on the runway on Sept. 29 to cap off a branded, two-day music festival at The Seine Musicale in Paris, which will also feature stands offering food, drinks and limited-edition fashion merchandise.

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Rousteing launched the first edition of the Balmain Festival in 2019 in tandem with the Fête de la Musique, an annual

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Dua Lipa’s Manager TaP Music’s Ben Mawson: Exec of the Week

After 15 months, album single “Levitating,” which last October received a remix from DaBaby, finally topped Billboard’s Pop Airplay & Adult Pop Airplay charts. It’s Lipa’s latest feat after winning the Grammy for best pop vocal album this March, and it’s helped Mawson earn the title of Billboard’s Executive of the Week.

Looking ahead, Mawson is excited about TaP’s new ventures in sports and fashion, both of which will help expand upon the music brand’s global mentality and reach.

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2021 Latin Music Week Returns to Miami: Dates

Billboard Latin Music Week will take place Sept. 20-25. Details regarding the Billboard Latin Music Awards Will Be Available Soon

Following its first-ever virtual edition in 2020, Billboard‘s Latin Music Week is set to return live to Miami on September 20-25. Under the slogan “The Beat of Latin Music,” the weeklong celebration will feature live conversations, workshops, showcases and performances with Latin’s top hitmakers, actors, influencers and industry leaders.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring the world’s biggest celebration of Latin music, Billboard Latin Music Week, back to Miami,” said Julian Holguin, president of Billboard. “After

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The Best-Dressed Models, Editors, and Designers at Men’s Fashion Week Share the Stories Behind Their Looks

Does this represent a typical look for you, or do you like to try new things during Fashion Week?

I’m pretty chill when it comes to getting dressed: a pair of shorts, a simple T-shirt, a sweater, a jacket. Lots of layers. I’m very much a West Coast dresser, and this is the amped-up fashion version of that. I bike, walk, scooter, and run from show to appointment to show, which is how I get around [the city] at any time of year. So with anything I’m wearing, I have to make sure it’s functional. That said, there have been

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A swimsuit model at 71: ‘You’ve only got one body so you may as well be proud of it’ | Australian fashion week

Sarah Grant donned a swimsuit to make her Australian fashion week runway debut on Thursday, at the age of 71.

Wearing a black scoop-neck one-piece with a breezy floral over shirt, Grant walked the Aqua Blu show to a capacity crowd at Carriageworks in Sydney.

“It’s great for older women to see a more mature person wearing an outfit because then they can relate to it, and it’s good for business because baby boomers are one of the largest demographics when it comes to buying fashion,” Grant says. “Wearing a swimsuit wasn’t a problem for me because 70 is the

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Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (June 5)

Hispanic Heritage Awards Returns For 34th Edition

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) unveiled that the 34th Hispanic Heritage Awards will be broadcast on Oct. 8 across PBS stations, the official website, and video app. The awards are presented by Target for the ninth year. “The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is thrilled to once again partner with Target and PBS to collectively celebrate and share the great promise, accomplishments, and cultural pride of the Latinx community through the 2021 awardees and powerful tributes by great performers,” HHF president/CEO Antonio Tijerino said in a statement.

The awards, which were created by the White

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