JOY T. SMITH LAKELAND Joy T. Smith, 88 years old, of Clare Bridge at Brookdale Highlands, died July 2, 2018. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry joined children from the charities they support on board Belmond British Pullman train at Paddington Station. The event was hosted by STUDIOCANAL, with support from BAFTA through its BAFTA Kids programme, and before embarking Their Royal Highnesses met the cast and crew from the forthcoming film Paddington 2. / AFP PHOTO / Chris J RatcliffeCHRIS J RATCLIFFE/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_TF6RN.
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Kate Middleton’s fashion favourite Mulberry hits London Fashion Week, and the other Kate (Moss) is on the front rowGarden gnomes! Florals! Kate MOSS! An A List front row! And more Mulberry bags than you’ve ever dreamed of. Bravo Mulbs, bravo13:38, 18 SEP 2012Updated14:54, 18 SEP 2012Kate Moss sits in the front row during the presentation of the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2013 collection at London Fashion Week (Image: Reuters) Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWhen it comes to luxury, minimalist fashion that won’t date there’s no place like home. Or, if are to have their way, there’s no place like gnome.The Brit’ luxe label was worn by Kate Middleton as part of her tourdrobe see the rest of that here yesterday.So we imagine she’s reading this now (hi Kate!), to find out how Mulberry began their guerrilla style (kind of) assault on Claridges, London, early this morning with gnomes of all sizes cropping up on balconies, canvas tote bags and even revolving doors.But the fashion house’s biannual mascot (last season it was a Mulberry monster, somewhat unnerving unless you have issues with gnomes) was compared to their invite a sketch pad complete with watercolours so guests could paint the SS13 show! Well, iPads are very AW12 after all.But how did these seat treats fare against the collection itself? And how exciting is it that Kate Moss is back on the LFW front row?Here’s presenting Mulberry SS13’s key looks, the ‘It’ bag you never knew you wanted until now but by jove you and that stellar front row lineupLondon Fashion Week: Mulberry showThe Look:Garden gnomes, Ms Moss and watercolours meant one thing and one thing only Mulberry were definitely about to host some sort of garden party.Said garden party included muted florals, naturally, be it prints, floral appliqu detailing or on over sized jacquard biker jackets.The more hippie hippie hardcore amongst you may prefer the statement gold floral buttons that ran throughout designer Emma Hill’s collection.