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Parklife is back with a gold lineup

Parklife is back with a gold lineup

Music
https://youtu.be/gf9rxTPtzsw Cardi B, Christine & The Queens, Migos, Solange and Khalid are among the huge list of names confirmed for the tenth edition of Manchester’s Parklife including the first festival performance from The Streets in over 8 years. Returning to Heaton Park on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June, Parklife is the UK’s largest Metropolitan festival and its milestone offering sees a discerning selection of acts set to perform across hip-hop, rap, r&b, pop, indie and electronic music. The 2019 bill also features Major Lazer Soundsystem, Stefflon Don, Disclosure and Mark Ronson, plus chart topper George Ezra and Stockport five-piece Blossoms. Loyle Carner joins an array of breakthrough artists such as Octavian, Slowthai, Yxng Bane and AJ Tracey, as well as eclecti
Is payment service Klarna too good to be true?

Is payment service Klarna too good to be true?

Fashion, Featured, Lifestyle, Shopping
“I really need this in my life” is just one of many ways we justify our crazy shopping habits. In this technology driven world, more and more millennials have turned to online shopping. The reason is obvious – convenience, everything we need is only a few clicks away from us. Not only that, but you can online shop now even if your bank account is on the verge of a breakdown. How is this possible? Well, the answer is short and simple – Klarna, a buy now pay later service which has exploded over recent months. Klarna is one of Europe’s largest banks which provides payment solutions for 60 million consumers across 90,000 merchants in 14 countries. You may have noticed their pink sunglasses icon when choosing payment options on sites such as ASOS. According to Klarna’s team in the UK
No bra, no problem

No bra, no problem

Fashion, Lifestyle
There has been a decline in sales of underwired bras. This should come as no surprise since underwire bras do not have a good reputation: they are uncomfortable and often leave red welts on the skin.    More and more women are therefore opting for more comfortable option such as bralettes, crop tops and sportswear. Since retailers have confirmed there has been a rise in sales, Marks and Spencer has upped its number of bralette styles from 19 to 24, in sizes up to DD+. Asos, following the steps of Marks and Spencer, offers options in sizes up to 42GG, while New Look says its best selling bralette has a wide, elastic band to support larger breasts. The non-wired bra options have also become a megatrend of underwear-as-outerwear among millennials, but some older generations as w
Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Fashion, Featured
When it comes to shopping in London our feelings are mixed. The variety and amount of shops to go to? We love that. Shopping surrounded by thousands of people and queueing for hours? No, thank you. Even if you are the type of person who prefers in-store shopping, you have to admit that Christmas is an exception. Going to Westfield or Oxford Street around this time of the year is a challenge. It feels like millions of Londoners have decided to do their shopping at the exact same time as you. Queues for the changing room, queues for the cash desk, it seems that people are everywhere. The ultimate goal is to get from one shop to another without being punched by someone in a hurry. But are holidays not supposed to bring peace and happiness? So how about we help you to avoid unnecessary
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