5 Times BTS Rapper J-Hope Demonstrated His Distinctive Sense Of Style, See Pics

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The BTS boy band is the world’s most well-known and adored male K-pop music group and squad, and it’s simple to understand why. Additionally, anything they achieve is welcomed with excitement and sympathy by the ARMY worldwide, which we appreciate. All members of BTS receive much love and support from the global ARMY, but BTS member J-Hope stands out because he is always in the news and in the limelight for the right reasons.

J-Hope, a member of the boy band BTS and a wonderful South Korean singer-songwriter, has a global fan following, including one on social media, where he often provides glimpses of his current activities.

J-Hope, a member of the K-pop group BTS, is known for his unique and vibrant fashion sense. He often incorporates bold colors, patterns, and textures into his outfits, creating eye-catching looks that complement his energetic personality. J-Hope’s fashion choices reflect his style and a form of self-expression. He often incorporates bold and colorful pieces into his outfits and is not afraid to experiment with different styles and trends. In addition, he often uses his outfits to convey positivity and confidence, inspiring his fans to embrace their unique styles and personalities.

Here Are Some Eye-Catching Outfits –

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When J-Hope dances on stage, he looks incredible in his black and purple vinyl ensemble. He accessories with a silver neck chain and ear cuffs.

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J-Hope looks adorable in his brown and black ensemble, enhanced by his retro glasses. He completes his look with a black cap and a silver bracelet.

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J-Hope gives off a boyfriend look

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Watch: High school basketball players talk rivalries, farm animals, haircut rules

AUGUSTA — What a week.

The high school basketball tournament is nearing its apex, with regional semifinals and finals set to tip off this weekend. By late Saturday evening, the final contenders for coveted Gold Balls will be determined.

At the Augusta Civic Center, it’s been a wild week through the D South, C South and A North tournaments. We’ve seen some great stuff.

There’s been an upset or two (hello, Messalonskee boys), a crowd-pleasing dunk (Skowhegan senior Adam Savage with authority) and plenty of noteworthy performances (Brewer boys set long-distance tourney record).

Throughout the action, we’ve talked with some of the student-athletes who’ve left an indelible mark at the Augusta Civic Center, as well as captured a few compelling moments.

Here’s some of highlights, in no particular order:

Walk-off winner

Messalonskee sophomore Merrick Smith showed plenty of poise when he beat defending Class A champ Nokomis and the buzzer with a tough shot to end a wild A North quarterfinal game.

Hey, the cows have to eat

Forest Hills guard Allie Dunning (right) had a busy morning on Feb. 20. Prior to her team’s victory over Greenville in a D South quarterfinal, she had to feed some livestock before heading to Augusta. It’s so Maine — and in a good way.

“No team is gonna want to play us.”

You have to appreciate the physical style that the Skowhegan boys basketball team enjoys playing. The River Hawks have a ton of size, with three players (Collin and Kyle LePage, as well as Adam Savage) standing 6-foot-5. The trio is tough to defend or attack. It also does not lack any confidence. After an A North quarterfinal victory over rival Lawrence, Kyle LePage said no team wants a piece of Skowhegan.

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Poppy Delevingne and Alexa Chung ooze style during the Christopher Kane fashion show in London

Poppy Delevingne and Alexa Chung showed off their style credentials on Sunday as they took to the front row at the Christopher Kane London Fashion Week show.

The blonde model, 36, looked glamorous in a sequin-embellished mini dress for the outing, which featured a high neck and sleeveless design.

She teamed the garment with a matching overcoat in the same black and silver design, draping it over one shoulder.

While Alexa, 39, smiled alongside in a chest-baring grey cardigan, which was slit all the way down the centre. 

The fashion designer added a spot of colour with a satin pink midi skirt with a lace detailing on each side. 

Beauties: Poppy Delevingne, 36, oozed style in a glimmering mini dress on as Alexa Chung, 39, bared her chest with an open slit cardigan during the Christopher Kane fashion show in London on Sunday

Beauties: Poppy Delevingne, 36, oozed style in a glimmering mini dress on as Alexa Chung, 39, bared her chest with an open slit cardigan during the Christopher Kane fashion show in London on Sunday

Pals: The duo both opted for natural make-up looks on their complexions as they beamed for snaps together before taking to the front row

Pals: The duo both opted for natural make-up looks on their complexions as they beamed for snaps together before taking to the front row

Alexa added a pair of knee-high glossy boots to her look, keeping her shoulder-length brown tresses in a slight wave. 

The TV personality and Poppy both opted for natural make-up looks on their complexions, with the latter clipping her wavy blonde locks back with a hair grip.

Showing off her physique, the socialite matched her pal by sporting a pair of thigh-high black heeled boots.

The two fashion staples joined the front row, sitting alongside stars such as Clara Amfo, Reece Clarke, Betty Bachz and Imogen Kwok.

Clara, who donned a black jumper with a silver detail, beamed for a snap with the two models

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Jessie James Decker CHOPS Off Her Hair, Debuts New Style

34-year-old country music singer Jessie James Decker is known for her hit songs such as “Should’ve Known Better” and “Boys In The Summer.”

But the “Flip My Hair” singer just chopped her hair as she just debuted a brand-new hairstyle!

Jessie James Decker Shows Off New Hairstyle

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The country music singer took to Instagram to share her brand-new hairstyle after chopping off a few inches of her long brown locks.

“Let’s just keep it simple✂️,” she captioned the photo, which shows her hair now at shoulder-length whereas before it was a few inches longer, falling down past her chest.

Fans absolutely loved Decker’s new hairstyle as the comments came pouring in. “Love love love it Jess! Looks sooo good! ❤️🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥,” one fan wrote as another chimed in, “Yes short hair is it less stress.”

Another jokingly wrote, “Almost ready to unfollow you cannot handle all your beauty your a goddess” as one of Decker’s followers commented, “Oh good, now I will keep my hair short😬this is all the assurance I needed.”

“This length looks so good on you, and compliments your natural beauty!! 🙌,” another one of her fans expressed.

Jessie James Decker Speaks Out On Being a Businesswoman

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Jessie James Decker is more than just a country music singer, she is also the owner of her very own clothing line, Kittenish, as well as a two-time New York Times best-selling author with a memoir and cookbook, and a loving wife to former NFL player Eric Decker and a mother-of-three. Despite already wearing all of these hats, Decker is always looking to the next goal.

“For me, I love singing, I love making music, I love cooking and I love creating recipes,” Decker told jessie-james-decker-exclusive-interview/”GRAZIA

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Harry Styles’s Fans Speculate About his Dyed Hair at the 2023 Brits

Harry Styles arrived in style at the 2023 Brits. In a stark contrast to the styles-clothes-24-hour-security-vault-49061586″ class=”ga-track” data-ga-category=”internal click” data-ga-label=”https://www.popsugar.co.uk/celebrity/harry-styles-clothes-24-hour-security-vault-49061586″ data-ga-action=”body text link”bright and colourful outfits we’ve been used to seeing him wear during his “Love on Tour” shows, the singer went for a top-to-toe black look as he arrived at London’s o2 Arena. With input from his longtime stylist Harry Lambert, Styles’s black velvet suit was still so much more than a suit. The flared trousers give a ’70 feel while the textured blazer included a peplum, meaning the fabric is structured to stick out from the waist to create a dramatic silhouette. The design detail was particular popular in the 2000s and is making a comeback – his “Don’t Worry Darling” costar Florence Pugh made a case for the peplum just last week – yet the looks has sparked debate among fashion lovers.

Now, we’ve come to know Styles is a fan of neck decorations. Feather boas make a regular appearance in his wardrobe, as do an array of pearl necklaces. Yet for the Brits red carpet, he opted for an oversized black corsage. And we mean oversized. The floral addition ensured Styles’s outfit was not to be missed, while he added a stack of rings and a cross necklace to finish.

It wasn’t just his outfit that got fans talking, though. Speculation began to arise on social media about his hair and whether the darker shade was a lighting trick or newly dyed. One tweeted, “they 100% dyed his hair to go with the darker color pallete”. It’s a big night for Styles who is brits-winners-2023-49060794″ class=”ga-track” data-ga-category=”internal click” data-ga-label=”https://www.popsugar.co.uk/entertainment/brits-winners-2023-49060794″ data-ga-action=”body text link”nominated for four awards, including artist of the year, and is performing during the evening. We are expecting

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The Hair Connection welcomes new stylist, lash artist

CONOVER — Don Beal, licensed barber, stylist, and owner of The Hair Connection in Conover, announced the addition of Carly Williams as a new hairstylist and lash artist.

“I am thrilled to have Carly join me,” Beal said. “She is a fine young lady, and she comes from a great family. Carly grew up coming to my shop with her dad and grandfather, so this place is home for her. I am excited about the variety of skills she brings to The Hair Connection. With her abilities, she can take care of the entire family!”

Williams graduated from Maiden High School and studied cosmetology at Catawba Valley Community College. She lives in Maiden and is the daughter of Aaron and Tara Moss Williams. She is the granddaughter of Ken and the late Paulette Moss, Steve Williams, and Pamela Frye. Prior to joining The Hair Connection, Carly worked in another salon in the area.

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Some of the services Carly can provide for customers of The Hair Connection include haircuts and color for men and women, lash extensions and tinting, eyebrow tinting, waxing, etc.

“I love everything about cosmetology, but I really enjoy doing hair color, and I think it is my strength,” she said.

When asked about her goals and long-range plans, she stated, “I like making people feel good about themselves. My goal is to please the customers and make sure they leave my shop feeling happy with the service I have provided. I want to continue to improve my skills by learning from Don Beal, build my clientele, and eventually own my own business.”

For anyone looking for a new hairstylist/lash artist, Don and Carly encourage folks to stop by The Hair Connection. Walk-ins are welcome or call for an appointment at 828-465-3018.

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Style pro shares ‘life-changing’ hack to get your tracksuit bottoms to the perfect length & all you need is a hair tie

HAVE you ever bought a tracksuit, only to find that it’s far too long in the leg for your body? 

One fashion fan found herself with the exact predicament, but later discovered a great style hack so that she could tailor it to her. 

A style fan has shared their tracksuit hack


A style fan has shared their tracksuit hackCredit: Tiktok – @lazulilabel
They said all you need is a cheap hair tie


They said all you need is a cheap hair tieCredit: Tiktok – @lazulilabel

Social media user lazuli, tiktok.com/@lazulilabel/video/7194077237874887941?_t=8Ze8PLCWYo2&_r=1″ aria-label=”whose TikTok profile is @lazulilbel (opens in a new tab)”whose TikTok profile is @lazulilbel, said the trick worked a treat every time.

She also added that it was particularly helpful for shorter women who tend to have this problem more than others. 

In a video posted to their account, lazuli, told their 33.6k followers that it takes just seconds but is a “life-changing style hack for my short girlies that love sweatpants.”

They then recorded themselves demonstrating how it is done. 

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The first thing to do is take a plain hair tie that has a lot of stretch to it. 

Next, lazuli explained: “Put the hair band around your leg”. 

She showed how she placed it above her sock where your calves meet your ankles. 

The third step is to “fold the jogger/ sweatpant over the hair band.”

Once this part is done, simply keep folding upwards until you have your desired length.

Lazuli added that she knew it would come in extremely handy, as she wrote: “Thank me later.” 

And it seems her prediction was correct, as the video racked up 7654 likes and counting. 

Social media users and fellow fashion fans were also quick to comment. 

One wrote: “Life saver.”

A second said: “Genius.” 

A third was equally complimentary about the trick, as they typed: “I NEED

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Haircut 100 cover Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ in Maida Vale studios

Haircut 100 have covered Harry Styles‘ hit ‘As It Was’ live at BBC’s iconic Maida Vale studios.

The ’80s new wave band performed a set for Radio 2 as part of Piano Room Month that was broadcast yesterday (February 16) and were accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra for their cover. They also revisited two of their classic hits, ‘Love Plus One’ and ‘Fantastic Day’, elsewhere in the set, which you can listen to in full here.

“It’s a great song, isn’t it? [It’s] so catchy,” said frontman Nick Heyward when Radio 2’s Ken Bruce asked him why they had chosen to cover ‘As It Was’.

Haircut 100 were only active between 1981-1984 but have since reunited. “We’re back together till death us do part. This is it for life now,” Heywood said. “It’s not just for Christmas, Haircut 100 is for life.”

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The band was also asked about their music being heard by younger audiences for the first time. “It’s like a second hand shop, isn’t it? But it’s new to you when you buy it, it’s a new outfit to you,” Heywood said.

The band’s 1982 debut album ‘Pelican West’ is about to be re-released. They are also set to play a one-off reunion show at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in May 13 and told Bruce that they hope to tour later in the year.

Meanwhile, Styles took home four gongs at the BRIT Awards 2023 last weekend, including Song Of The Year for ‘As It Was’. Having also won the awards for Best Album, Best Pop/R&B Artist and Artist Of The Year, Styles

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Marsai Martin Talks Rihanna’s Super Bowl Performance

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Marsai Martin flexed a head full of beautiful curls at Carol’s Daughter’s Pajama Jam in celebration of their newest collection, Born to Repair. The actress and producer announced her latest role as a brand ambassador for the haircare company that has prioritized healthy tresses since 1993.

The Born to Repair collection strives to restore moisture while rebuilding the strength of your hair. Heat damage, constant manipulation, and lack of hydration can be detrimental, and this line aims to reconstruct your hair strand by strand.

Check out the magic of the night in this reel, and read what Marsai has to say about becoming a brand ambassador, her favorite product from the Born to Repair collection, and her thoughts on Rihanna’s Super Bowl performance.

HelloBeautiful: You’ve just become Carol’s Daughter’s latest brand ambassador for the Born to Repair collection. I saw you on the red carpet and you had beautiful curls in your hair. Tell me about that hairstyle and what products you used to achieve the look.

Marsai Martin: I love doing different styles, but for this event, I knew I wanted to embrace different textures and curls and do something more natural and simplistic than what I usually do. And, of course, for this, I wanted to use the collection.

I use the 60 Second Moisture Treatment, the shampoo, and the conditioner. And I love a good leaving cream, so I made sure I put that on after I was done washing my hair. Oh, the Reviving Oil, too – basically the whole collection.

The entire collection is refreshing and moisturizing. And that’s the main reason why I wanted to connect with the brand. They care about hair that’s damaged or hair that has been through a lot. They care

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New hair salon comes to Fairfield

La Flor Di Gavali Salon, at 1630 Post Road in Fairfield, recently held its ribbon cutting.

Town officials and owners Gabriella Travali and Shelby Flower were on hand to celebrate the grand opening of the business, which is a full-service hair salon for men, women and children. It offers services including coloring, haircuts, styling and extensions.

The name comes from both partners. La Flor means the flower, for Flower and Gavali is Travali’s first and last name combined, and the name of her sister salon located at 1215 Post Road in Fairfield.

The salon is open 10 a.m to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Appointments can be scheduled online at vagaro.com/laflorsalon or by phone at 475-988-5084.

Fairfield U. hosts textile lecture

Fairfield University’s Bennett Center for Judaic Studies will present “Weaving Biblical Stories Through Women’s Work” at 7 p.m. on Feb. 27 at the Barone Campus Center Oak Room and via live stream.

Register online to attend the in-person lecture with Vivienne Rowett.

Rowett is an Old Testament/Hebrew Bible scholar and award-winning artist who uses material culture, stitching, sewing, knitting, and weaving to interpret biblical texts. Topics addressed in Rowett’s work include praise, division, love, mental health, war, and trauma. Her approach directly engages religious studies, women’s studies, Judaic studies, and visual and performing arts, supporting the Humanities Institute’s mission.

Rowett’s work will be featured at the DiMenna-Nyselius Library from Jan. 17 through April 15.

Visit fairfield.edu/bennett for more information.

Gallery opens reception for new exhibit

Art Place Gallery invites the public to a reception for” Journeys” from 3 to 5 p.m. on March 12. An artist’s talk will be at 4 p.m.

It features the work of members Susanne Andover Keany and Mollie

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